Saturday, December 26, 2009

Jaguar XFR


A fierce opponent of the current-generation E63 AMG, and the best British sports car engineered for the professionals, known as the Jaguar XFR, branded as the top-of-the-line premium sports sedan with some apocalyptic raw power from the 5.0-litre V8 engine equipped with something more apocalyptic than turbochargers: the supercharger itself. With 510PS of power, exploding top speed of over 250kph, and the top speed of 4.7 seconds in the 0-100km run, you will be surprised that the XFR can be a worthy opponent to the current generation E63 AMG, or possibly the upcoming BMW M5, which BMW addicts might predict the equipment of a V8 turbo engine occur.

What to consider the XFR is the exterior, at first glance, it looks like an ordinary XF, but thanks to some aero engineering, the XFR sports some monstrous aero equipment, 20-inch rims, quad exhaust pipes, rear spoiler, and the unique R badge to complete this demon's fashion statement. With this devil, the XFR will raise hell more than Hellraiser.

IN MY OPINION:
For my point of view about this British hell-raising commando, this has a lot of ammo, and it corners at all paths that no sports sedans handle this magnitude. If you are a successful businessperson who is looking for some need for speed, can you try the Jaguar XFR? This British sports sedan has the fun factor adults would enjoy.

Source: http://leopauldelr.multiply.com/reviews/item/179

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Daihatsu Tanto Exe

Get ready to get your hands on something new, this new kei car is best to keep ever since the Move Conte and the Mira Cocoa. The best kei car from Daihatsu is finally emerged since the car's sneak preview from the Tokyo Motor Show. With excellence is the name of the game, the big brother of Tanto, the Tanto Exe, is born.














Why the Exe sub name? Like other Daihatsu cars such as the boxy Move Conte, and the adorable Mira Cocoa, the Tanto Exe is a separate car from the Tanto series, despite having the standard or custom line-up.













Now for the basics; since this is a kei car designed for adults, there are different styles to choose from; the standard Exe designed for the simple drivers who wanted this new car reasonably, while the sporty Exe Custom is the ultimate premium lounge gifted with glitz and glamour that this is set to please style-hungry customers. What does the Exe and the Exe Custom have in common? Three answers: Tanto-like front, lack of sliding door, and the Move Conte-esque rear side.







On the inside, this kei car has many premium amenities designed for the stressful drivers everywhere. This kei car packed with pockets, lights (including the top lighting, which is similar to the Kia K7 premium sedan), adjustable seats, tilting steering wheel, air conditioning, audio system, and the ability to play MP3s with the special wire that connects to the Exe's audio system with your device. The Custom RS variant gets not just all the features, but also a sporty MOMO steering wheel.

On the spacing side, the Tanto Exe is great when you need some quality time. Choose from a long-sofa mode, front-side flat mode, half-luggage mode, or a full-luggage mode, and see how these arrangements suit your spacing qualifications.








The Daihatsu Tanto Exe and the Daihatsu Tanto Exe Custom always carry a kei car engine that provides good performance, and best power on future cruises. A natural aspiration KF-VE engine gets over 58PS of power and maintain a healthy fuel economy of 18.6km/L (4WD) to 21.5km/L (2WD), while the Tanto Exe Custom's RS variant is equipped with a turbocharged KF-DET engine delivers an improved power of 64PS with the fuel economy of 19.4km/L (4WD) to 20km/L (2WD). Most Tanto Exe types are equipped with either a 4-speed automatic transmission of CVT.

IS IT AN EXCELLENT CHOICE?
As I told earlier, the excellence theme is the best game for the Tanto Exe. With the standard Exe and the sporty Exe Custom around, this is the best Japanese small car for its excellent packaging, excellent space, excellent performance, excellent fuel economy, and an excellent last-minute addition to the Daihatsu family. How describe the look and feel of the Tanto Exe? It is simple, this is surely the best Daihatsu car ever since this kei car's Tokyo Motor Show preview. From my point of view about the Exe, it looks moderate to look at the car's exterior, while the Custom model boasts a surprisingly good look among buyers who wanted style more than just dependability. Once you are inside the Exe or the Exe Custom, be happy for this kei car's excellence. You will need it.


Photo: Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd.

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

New Citroen C3



This is not a Citroen C3 like the one you seen before. One look of the new Citroen C3 surprises compact car lovers with the bold new surprises. You may acknowledge that this C3 is not the C3 of yesteryears; this C3 has reached fun to a completely new level.






What is new to the C3, you ask? For starters, the exterior design carries Citroen's new design flow, with the addition of the world's first zenith windscreen. The zenith windscreen increased the windscreen's height, giving drivers a massive view to the sky. Imagine driving through thie night and see the pretty stars noticeably with this windscreen.

Aside from the amazing look, the new C3 carries four gasoline engines (four petrol engines - 1.1i 8V, 1.4i 8V, 1.4 16V VTi and 1.6 16V VTi engine) and three diesel engines (1.4HDi 8V, 1.6HDi 16V and 1.6HDi 16V engine) to choose from. Depending on the engine type, the new C3 delivers loads of innovation features, such as the Gear Efficiency Indicator for manual transmissions only, anti-lock brakes, electronic stability program, speed limiting cruise control, six airbags, and the best sound-absorbing materials only the C3 has to offer.







While checking out the new C3's interior, you should know that this car’s best served with the zenith widescreen that provides total free view on the road. No new C3 is come informative without the newly designed instrumental cluster that provides the driver what was the C3 going on. Aside from the new instrumental paneling, an optional navigation system come in handy, and the optional Bluetooth connectivity provides Bluetooth-powered phones a wireless need.

HOW WAS THIS?

Good things come to small packages, so that is why the all new Citroen C3 with the world's first zenith windscreen adds more fun, more thrills, and more to come from the owners who wished to try the new C3. Enjoy!

Source: http://leopauldelr.multiply.com/reviews/item/177

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Renault Megane III

In Japan, the word megane truthfully means glasses. From the French automaker, Renault, the Megane name does not really refer to some eye wear from Japanese culture; the Megane is as a 5-door hatchback, 3-door coupe, or station wagon built for grand touring fun.














From the Megane's distinctive styling in each corner, you can rest assured that no other car can be as cunning as, enjoyable as, comfortable as this French car sold for the balanced car enthusiast. On the 5-door hatchback model, it is much more normal to look at it with its distinctive taste, giving this model an opportunity to compete against other hatchbacks such as the Mazda Axela and the Opel Astra. The 3-door coupe variant provides aggressive design and strikingly amazing features to compete the likes of the Volkswagen Scirocco. The new Estate variant brings the grand touring style on Renault and this would be a worthy opponent to the Subaru Legacy Touring Wagon, Mazda Atenza Sports Wagon, Opel Insignia Sports Tourer, and the Honda Accord Tourer. Above all, those Meganes would make other cars a suitable rival on the road. I guarantee it would be a so-so during comparison results done by automotive journalists.

A choice of a 1.6-litre, 2.0-litre, 1.3-litre diesel, or 1.8-litre diesel engine, and a choice of 6-speed manual, 5-speed auto, or continuously variable transmission deliver most of the Megane's unquestionable performance, depending on which body type you choose. Depending on the variant, the Megane gets most of the innovative features such as Electronic Stability Program, bi-xenon headlamps, optional fog lamps, seat belts, multi-information display on the dashboard, keyless entry, optional navigation system, and parking assist.






Sportiness on the outside, pure luxuriousness on the Megane’s interior, which others find somewhat interesting to feel at. The interior features give the passengers ease out of stress from the outside. The Arkamys 3D sound system gives the music you are listening in the Megane more realistic and clearer quality than you have never heard of it before, especially while changing tunes to your AM/FM/CD/MP3 player. To add fun of it, an optional panoramic sunroof provides passengers a view to the top. Just most of these features keep the Megane range enjoyable and comfortable adults would love to try.


Megane RenaultSport




Inspired by the Renault Formula One team, derived from the Megane Trophy Race Car, and using the Megane Coupe as the base, the RenaultSport version of the Renault Megane Coupe is engineered for the fast and furious drivers in France. Powered with the 2.0-litre turbo engine that delivers 250 PS, achieved a top speed of 245km/h and 6.1 seconds on a 0-100km run, the explosive performance of the Megane RenaultSport would take your heart-pounding experience to a whole new dimension. On track days, the RS monitor is surely handy for checking out your Megane RS's best lap times and your car's status, depending on your racing level. Consider driving on the Wangan expressway or the Autobahn with that one and regularly check your Megane RS's best results. Please note that the RS Monitor is not applicable when the navigation system option is placed on the Megane RS.

ACCORDING TO MY OPINION:
The third-generation Megane from Renault is one of the most eye-popping French cars you have ever faced on the Renault range. With the hatchback, coupe, and estate at hand, the new Megane takes the turn and into the loophole to turn the tables against other cars in this category. The hatchback variant looks normal in the eyes of a Renault fan, while the coupe variant explodes so much adrenaline to street-race for, and the estate variant is a grand touring must-have for wagon addicts. If these Meganes are not enough for you, the RenaultSport Megane brings the power of the F1 within reach. Judging on which Megane are you, rest assured that you can put or do not put your glasses and see the Megane for yourself. This French car is the perfect vision for the future of the Renault brand.






Cadillac CTS Mk.II

As a formidable foe to the BMW 3-Series, Lexus IS, Mercedes-Benz C-Class, and Audi A4, there is no surprise that the second-generation Cadillac CTS can outwit, outlast, outclass, and outclass any kind of luxury medium sedan at its core, even in a car enthusiasts' imagination.






With Cadillac's design flow inherited from the Cadillac Sixteen concept sedan, the second-generation CTS is somewhat more than meets the eye in terms of performance, quality, and packaging suitable for well-mannered adults. Besides its design, the CTS will come, not only in sedan, but also in sports wagon and coupe (coming soon), but for right now, let's focus first on the sedan and the wagon variant for a while. With the sedan variant boasts a lot of sportiness for adults, the sports wagon is some kind of machine that other station wagons never underestimate the power of the American-made station wagon. The CTS sedan combines the efforts of a sports car and a luxury car, while the CTS Sport Wagon provides spaciousness for everything, giving this station wagon premium quality adults would love to get.

Depending on the body style you choose, from the sporty sedan to the grand touring sports wagon variant, the Cadillac CTS is powered with either a 3.0-litre LFI V6 engine with over 274PS of power, or a 3.6-litre LLT V6 engine with almost 310PS of power. It also comes with an optional all-wheel drive, and a choice of two transmissions; a 6-speed 6L50/90 automatic transmission, or a 6-speed Aisin AY-6 manual transmission. Aside from these features the CTS stands safe for everyone, thanks to its StabiliTrak, daytime running lamps, ABS, disc brakes, tire pressure monitor system, and most optional for all General Motors cars: OnStar.

If the standard CTS looks boring or vanilla to feel at, consider this:



A high-performance version of the CTS, known as the CTS-V, is bound to be the perfect rival from the likes of the Audi S4, BMW M3, Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG, and also the Jaguar XFR. With 6.2-litre V8 engine, delivering almost 570PS of power output, standard StabiliTrak system, power steering, limited slip differential, a choice of either automatic or manual transmission, a choice of five sleek colors, and loads of conveniences, the CTS-V stands everyone out and if you are successful, this could be the envy of your office mates, especially your last boss: your office boss!

IN OTHER WORDS:
With the coupe variant coming soon, what I like about the new CTS and the new CTS Sport Wagon is its conveniences engineered and designed to be almost a premium mid-size sedan for adults. Let's not forget the cunning CTS-V that brings seasoned sports car drivers a whole new level to the word: HOT WHEELS! It doesn't matter, while you turned your ordinary medium sedan in favor for the new CTS, you will never turn back to your old medium sedan again. Be warned.
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