Toyota Hilux Complete Specifications

Today, 'commercial cars' are increasingly in demand in the market. The high demand for these vehicles has made many car manufacturers compete to create the best pick-up products. No exception with Toyota which issued the Hilux. Broadly speaking, this 4-wheeled vehicle from Toyota has a design that seems fierce. This can be seen from the headlamp component which is made larger than other Toyota car series. Coupled with the presence of a Chrome-accented Front Grill and fog lamps on the front which increasingly displays a manly and masculine impression. Moreover, this one vehicle is supported by an engine with a large enough capacity. Through the 2KD-FTV 4 engine, Toyota Hilux has an engine capacity of about 2,494 cc with the application of fuel injection as the combustion system. It is known, the Hilux is a diesel-engined car with a fuel capacity of 80 liters. In terms of dimensions, Toyota Hilux is distinguished by its type. Where the single cabin will have dimensions of 4,930 m

Kia Pro Ceed 4 Review

Successor to the current Pro-Ceed 3. The facelift includes a new grille and Schreyer, the stronger 1.6-liter diesel 126 BHP. Acceleration from 0 to 60 mph is 10 seconds and top speed - 196 kph (122 mph). Kia Pro Ceed has 17 inch alloys, to help the black bezel headlights and privacy glass, shows the sports performance. The interior has black leather jacket with full heated front seats and leather steering wheel combined with a touch of luxury. It’s Cruise Control is standard. The navigation system with 7 inch touch screen color is also available. There are also plenty of bonus material includes a wide variety of European maps, points of interest and multiple route planning. The Bluetooth system can be operated via the touch screen with the capability of mobile subscribers to download up to eight phones. A rear-view camera system provides an advanced overview of obstacles to the rear of the vehicle and presented as the navigation screen.

Pointers To Buying A Used Car

Before choosing to invest your hard earned cash in buying a used car there are many things that you must keep in mind. Buy Used Cars Before buying a used car you must go through some automotive resources and reviews which will help you to know the details about the car. Try to find out if the car is reliable or not. You must find out if the car that you are about to buy will need any repairs or not. If the exterior of the car needs repairs then you can easily get it done by investing a little money but if the machine or engine needs repair then it will cost you a great deal. It is important to find out the fuel economy of the car that you are about to buy. Usually used cars give a reduced fuel economy as compared to new cars. Find out if you are getting good insurance rate on the car or not. Find a good mechanic and get the car checked by him. A mechanic is like a doctor to the cars, he will be able to tell you what the problem areas of the car are. Finally go for a car which suits you

Ferrari F40, Ferrari's First Near Racer Is Still Revered By The Experts

Despite starting life in the 1980s, the Ferrari F40 is still one of the quickest cars in the world. It was the first production car to top 200 mph, and accelerated to 60 mph in 3.5-3.8 seconds, a time which is extremely difficult to beat. The F40 is a raw supercar; no frills, no concessions to creature comforts, but built to go fast. More or less a sports racing car for the road, for the true enthusiast. Anything that got in the way the performance was left off. Nor was it easy to drive. As one owner told us: "You have to concentrate every minute when you're driving the F40. Everything happens so fast." 2.9 liter V-8 engine turbocharged The car was based on Ferrari's 2.9 liter V-8, but highly turbocharged by a pair of IHT turbochargers to give 478 bhp, enough to give the light car its superb performance. In those days that was as much power as the average Grand Prix car churned out. The compact engine was mounted in a tubular chassis, which was clothed in a carbon fib

Koenigsegg CCX, Based On The Sensational CCR

Koenigsegg may be a small Swedish maker of exotic cars, but the new Koenigsegg CCX is designed to meet regulations in the US market most exotic cars don’t. As it has larger air intakes than the CCR and CC8S, it will be your choice if you want to drive the car far and fast on the road. The Koenigsegg CCX exotic car has the same sensational looks and amazing performance as the CCR: a top speed of 245 mph, 0-60 mph in 3.2 seconds, and the standing quarter mile in 9.9 seconds. This makes it one of the fastest two or three cars you can buy. The CCX is unmistakably Koenigsegg, but the shape has been modified in a number of ways. There is a deeper, rectangular grille at the front with a small air intake each side, and the shape of the headlamps have been changed. The front bumper has been reshaped slightly to meet the US 2.5-mph crash impact regulations. Also, some air is extracted through air outlets forward of each front wheel. Side skirts and a longer tail At the sides, more downlift is cr

The Effects of Ethanol on Fuel Mileage

Most gasoline powered cars run on straight gasoline although these vehicles can also safely run on an ethanol blend consisting of 10 percent ethanol and 90 percent gasoline. Known as E10 fuel or gasohol, many service station pumps across the nation offer this blend. A placard should be posted on the pump alerting you that E10 fuel is in use. Fuel Economy Ethanol, however, is less fuel efficient than straight gasoline. Cars fueled with E10 will typically see a drop in fuel efficiency by 3 or 4 percent. What that means is if your car is averaging 30 mpg, you will most likely average about 29 mpg with E10 fuel. Certainly, that doesn’t make for much of a difference for one fill up, but over the course of a year you’ll pay for it. Some vehicles are “flex fuel” rated and can run on either straight gasoline or consume E85 fuel which is 85 percent ethanol and 15 percent gasoline. These vehicles have modified fuel lines and a fuel tank in addition to certain computer diagnostic changes that ena

Tips on Buying a Used Mercedes Benz

Lots of people will tell you that buying a used car is much like a lottery. Not so, if only you follow the four easy steps outlined below. Trust No-One. This is not to say that your used Mercedes Benz reseller is necessarily lying to you, but that you should keep a critical and inquiring eye out on all the details of the car you’re considering to buy. Ideally, the seller should offer to run a pre-purchase inspection themselves, reveal all findings of the inspection by showing you the written report and offer to cover the fixing expenses of any flaws to the vehicle not disclosed in the advertisement. Ask for the inspection. Since we live in a world far less than ideal, and since a seller’s main purpose is to get rid of their used car as quickly and ‘painlessly’ as possible, you will probably not come across many sellers that offer to run the above-mentioned inspection. Should you find yourself in this situation, you definitely need to take care of the inspection yourself.  Additionally,