Selasa, 05 Desember 2017

[WOW] 2018 GMC Yukon Denali Start Up, Test Drive, and In Depth Review

[WOW] 2018 GMC Yukon Denali Start Up, Test Drive, and In Depth Review
The 2018 Yukon Denali full-size luxury SUV features our most advanced 6.2L V-8 engine yet: engineered to let you go where you want and trailer what you need. Yukon Denali’s standard Magnetic Ride Control System constantly adjusts the suspension for precise control and a consistently smooth ride over uneven terrain. GMC Pro Grade Protection, standard on the 2018 Yukon Denali full-size luxury SUV, keeps you truly protected with features and services. Step inside the 2018 Yukon Denali full-size luxury SUV and experience the large-SUV standard for refinement and innovation. With three rows of first-class seating, your passengers will enjoy the same style and comfort that you do. The Price is $66,165. Constant innovation means never having to compromise between luxury and convenience. The proof is in the Yukon Denali SUV’s advanced technologies, all engineered to help keep you purposefully connected and in control.

[AMAZING] Dacia Sandero Stepway 2017 short review

[AMAZING] Dacia Sandero Stepway 2017 short review
Dacia is Renault’s sub-brand of no-frills cars with bargain basement prices. They use proven Renault engines and tend to offer a lot of space compared with similarly priced cars, but lag behind for build quality and technology.
The concept behind the Sandero Stepway is both incredibly simple and very effective. To create the Stepway, Dacia has merely added a raised ride height (by 40mm) and some plastic body cladding to what is the cheapest new car on sale in the UK (the basic Sandero starts from just £5,995), all in order to give the impression of being a small SUV.
In doing so it has created the most popular Dacia in the UK line-up.

[WOW] 2017 BMW S 1000 RR Bikes Review

2017 BMW S 1000 RR Bikes Review, Ever since the latest generation of BMW’s S 1000 RR was unleashed in 2015, my friend at BMW corporate has been campaigning for me to throw a leg over one. My personal ride is a 2012 S 1000 RR and he promised I would love the improvements of the newer electronics package. He also wanted to see what I could do in terms of wrangling the Bavarian beast’s power with my hybrid style of speed and bike manipulation. It took a while to make it happen, but ZLA finally lined up a play date with the land shark for two full days at the race track. I even coaxed BMW into letting me keep the bike for some “testing” on the streets for a couple of weeks. Doing a thorough test of today’s superbikes is no small order. Heaps of horsepower, tamed by a myriad of technologies keep us mere mortals safe on the street and track. The added features, on top of ever evolving geometry and component changes, create a long list of aspects to evaluate. I definitely have my hands full with this S 1000 RR, so let’s dive in. BMW offers one model with two possible packages: Standard and Premium. The differences include forged aluminum wheels versus the standard cast aluminum, and the premium option of the Dynamic Damping Control (DDC) fork instead of the standard inverted fork. The standard option will fetch $17,690 and $19,540 for the premium package. Add $300 if you fancy the factory colors (White Light/Lupin Blue Metallic/Racing Red) scheme instead of the Black Storm Metallic/Racing Red or Racing Red/White Light options. Curb weight is now reported at 449 pounds, which is nine pounds less than the previous generation.

Amazing!!! Porsche 911 GT2 RS 2018

Porsche 911 GT2 RS 2018, When we first drove the Cayman GT4, we suggested that the lowliest motorsport-grade Porsche road car was basically a gateway drug, the sort of entry-level thrill that, as Reefer Madness warned our grandparents, would lead to more serious and expensive addictions. Now, nearly three years later, we’ve met the automotive narcotic that sits at the top of that scale. On the basis of our first hit in Portugal, we suspect the new Porsche 911 GT2 RS could be the most potent automotive psychotropic of them all.
The name isn’t hard to decode, and we understand if your first instinct is to feel that this will be a familiar story. While GT3 versions of the 911 use high-revving naturally aspirated engines to give what is almost a perfect balance between performance and grip, GT2s use turbocharged engines to deliver a more brutish appeal and a generous excess of power. The RS addendum stands for Renn Sport and indicates this car’s track-centric mission. Whereas the previous-generation GT2 had an already gratuitous 620 horsepower, this new 991 edition moves that number up to a credibility stretching 700 horses, courtesy of a twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter flat-six with a water-injection system to cool its intake charge. Peak torque, a modest 553 lb-ft, is delivered to the rear wheels through a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transaxle (PDK); unlike the GT3, there is no manual option.

Toyota GT86 Blanco Review

Toyota GT86 Blanco Review, The Toyota GT 86 is a real back-to-basics sports coupe. It’s rather low on polish and finesse, but is simply brilliant to drive, Back in the 1980s Toyota was one of very few companies that offered a small hatchback with rear-wheel drive and a relatively powerful engine – the Corolla GT. It achieved legendary status and is regarded as one of the best driver’s cars of the eighties. Today’s Toyota GT 86 was created as an homage to that celebrated machine on which many rally drivers cut their teeth,
This time, though, Toyota wasn’t hamstrung by having to offer family-car practicality, and rather than being based on an existing hatchback, the GT86 has been designed specifically as a no-compromise sports car in its own right. Built in collaboration with Subaru, which offers its own version, the Subaru BRZ, the GT86 is a compact coupe with a style all of its own,
The GT 86 is not especially powerful compared to its coupe rivals, either: all offer more powerful engines than the 2.0-litre 197bhp petrol of the GT 86, but Toyota is here to tell you that power in itself isn’t the key to a good time behind the wheel. More important is that all the power can be effectively deployed and better still, enjoyed.

2018 Dodge Charger Concept Review

2018 Dodge Charger Concept Review, Quite recently we have been introduced to a new 2017 Dodge Charger Concept vehicle. This is planned to be an introduction to the real thing which will mostly likely make its debut a year after this one, that is if everything goes well. Reintroducing the Charger was a long time coming plan from Dodge. There have been a lot of claims that they need to bring back and update the vehicle, but fans need to be happy with the concept at least for now.
The concept model has concentrated primarily on a retro look which mixes things up by using some new and contemporary styling. The Charger has an air of mystery to it in a way which makes it more desirable. What we are looking at is a concept model that has refurnished the inside as well by adding a ton of luxury items and innovative features on the inside. It is actually the type of luxury that you would usually see from a car of this style but it also has a few trick up its sleeve as well.

2018 Ford Expedition Review Rendered Price Specs Release Date

2018 Ford Expedition Review Rendered Price Specs Release Date, The Expedition is a full-size body-on-frame SUV. Actually, the big boy is available in two sizes, with the long wheelbase Max version gaining 12 inches of overall length and about 8 inches of wheelbase. There are two engine choices, too. Well, being honest, two engine output choices. Most trim levels get a 375-horsepower, 470-lb-ft version of Ford’s now venerable EcoBoost 3.5-liter twin-turbo V-6—the same powerplant (more or less) you’ll find in halo products such the Raptor and $500,000 GT. Talk about diversity. Should you opt for the Platinum Expedition, power climbs to 400 hp, and torque goes up by 10 to 480 lb-ft. These are handy improvements over the previous Expedition, which shared the EcoBoost V-6 but made just 365 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque. As Bob Lutz so sagely said, “Americans buy horsepower but drive torque.” Power is sent to the rear wheels via Ford’s version of the Ford/GM 10-speed automatic transmission. Rear-wheel drive is standard, though I’d guess most Expeditions will leave dealer lots equipped with four-wheel drive. High gears only, however. If you do need to take your big SUV way off the beaten path, there’s the FX4 variant, which comes complete with a two-speed transfer case, a k a low gears.

2018 KAWASAKI Z900RS Review Rendered Price Specs Release Date

2018 KAWASAKI Z900RS Review Rendered Price Specs Release Date, Kawasaki gets in on the stylish retro scene with a throwback to its '70s standard. Kawasaki has just pulled the wraps off its upcoming Z900RS motorcycle, a retro-inspired standard based on its Z900 streetfighter, at the Tokyo Motor Show. Rather than simply give the Z900RS the motor from the Z900 (which we loved enough to choose as the winner in our Z900/Yamaha FZ-09/Triumph Street Triple comparison), Kawasaki claimed it has retuned the motor to deliver more power below 7,000 rpm. That reworking does come with a cost, however, with claimed horsepower dropping from 125 hp to 111.
First gear is also now shorter, to make pulling away from stops easier for potential new riders, and sixth gear is taller for reduced vibration at highway speeds. It features the same 41mm inverted fork and horizontal back-link, gas-charged shock, both of which are fully adjustable for spring preload and compression and rebound damping.

2019 Cadillac CT8 Review Rendered Price Specs Release Date

2019 Cadillac CT8 Review Rendered Price Specs Release Date, What It Is: Cadillac’s new flagship sedan, should that be the vehicle format the top Caddy takes. Even larger than the CT6, the CT8 will take on the establishment in the luxury-limo class and be the technology and styling leader for the brand.
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2017 Dacia Logan Review Rendered Price Specs Release Date

2017 Dacia Logan Review Rendered Price Specs Release Date, Building a budget small car is one thing, but when Dacia announced it was to offer class-leading space for class-leading money with an estate, it surprised many people. Okay, so its Dacia Logan MCV estate is built using bits from a circa-2000 Renault Clio, but when you look at the list prices, that starts to seem insignificant. Indeed, the Dacia is a complete bargain next to rivals such as the Kia Ceed Sportwagon, and Seat Ibiza and Skoda Fabia estates.

WOW! 2017 Chevrolet Colorado Extreme Review

2017 Chevrolet Colorado Xtreme Review, When we would need to say what company is at present handling to boost their existing models most, the only choose would be Chevrolet which launched in the final few months at least a dozens of new or improved models. One of these is the 2017 Chevrolet Colorado Xtreme which was released at the Bangkok Auto Show in the past due March. Which means that in contrast to the ZR2 concept truck which is very much like it, the Xtreme model will not arrive on the North American market anytime soon which also implies that Chevrolet Sales Thailand did have a lot more room to improve their new concept truck.

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