Experimentation is always happening at Honda and therefore the company has decided to bring out some of the new vehicles that can offer better short distance options for commuters. Honda believes that most people in the city look out for vehicles that can resolve short distance commuting problems so that they don’t have to use their conventional vehicles for it. Honda has finally decided to bring out the Micro Commuter Prototype that they will demonstrate in Japan in the following year.
Honda is very passionate about the lineup of cars that they have launched recently because most of them have focused on performing better speeds and fuel efficiency. Civic has remained one of the most popular line up for much too long now and Honda is trying to make it better by adding better technologies that can make Civic one of the best cars on the road by the end of 2012. Now, Honda has made an announcement about the 1.6 i-DTEC Civic which is very different from the rest of the Civics that have been launched in the market previously. Let’s take a quick look at the top features of 1.6 i-DTEC Civic below.
Supercars are really becoming popular in the market and there is a rising demand for it. Although, Ferrari and Lamborghini have maintained their reputation and popularity in this segment one needs to make sure that they look out for other car manufacturers that also compete in the same list. Pagani has been in the competition since 1992 and they have been coming up with some really great super cars like Zonda that created lot of buzz. However, after the success of Zonda, Pagani decided to bring out the 2013 Pagani Huayra that was first debuted at the Geneva Auto Show in the year 2011.
Let’s take a quick look at the top features of the vehicle in the 2013 Pagani Huayra review below.
Although 2015 Volkswagen Golf TDI is not scheduled to hit markets until mid-2014, there is no harm in taking a peek in its review and get an idea as to what to expect. This seventh generation hatchback is already 18 months behind in its deliveries. Volkswagen always tries to perfect its production for the market and doesn’t mind the delay before releasing it to the toughest American critics. Get a round up of 2015 Volkswagen Golf TDI review.
In the automotive world, advancements are fast paced and finding the perfect car can be difficult. Buyers not only want a car which performs well, offering them the perfect combination of on-road aptitude and aesthetic appeal – they also want one which acts as a good investment and offers a sufficient return on their initial outlay.
In order to cater to this desire, car manufacturers have sought to produce the perfect all-round vehicles: those which are able to adapt themselves to virtually any terrain or need in order to achieve the best possible sales results.
One of the biggest examples of this type of vehicle is the crossover. Traversing the gap from city slicker to country cruiser, these vehicles can handle anything in their path – but just why are they a great investment?
An increasing number of buyers are turning fuel-conscious as well as budget conscious. As soon as gas hit $4/gallon, Americans and Europeans were seen turning away from those gas-swallowing, torque-heavy engines and manufacturers started focusing on diesel cars. In order to meet this growing demand, some of the best diesel cars were introduced with modern diesel engines that were clean, powerful and economical. These diesel cars are quieter, cleaner and much more fuel-efficient. Buying a diesel car might be the way to go today.