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The New Ford Expedition: More Space For People and Luggage

25th July 2012
A distant holiday spot, a good travel over various varieties of terrain, hefty baggage, and comfy seats for up to eight grown ups: all these are doable should you get a new ford expedition. A superior force in the huge Sport utility vehicle market since i... Read >
Author: MacLeod

A Brief Introduction on Toyota Altezza

10th October 2011
A brief introduction on Toyota AltezzaThe Toyota Altezza AS 200(Japan only) is a series of entry-level luxury cars / compact executive saloon cars sold by Lexus since 1998 in Japan. The AS 200 was introduced as an entry-level sport model slotted below the... Read >
Author: Zehn Jones

Insight to 2012 GMC Envoy Review

04th March 2011
This post on 2012 GMC Envoy review will help you to know the details of the vehicle better. Trim Levels, Engine, and Options The 2012 version of GMC Envoy will be available in three different versions- Denali, SLT, and SLE. Both SLT and SLE will be... Read >
Author: Nanyaweb

2003 Honda Prelude For Sale

08th February 2011
The Honda Prelude is a sort of sports coupe that was produced by a Japanese automotive maker acknowledged as Honda. This distinct automobile was in production from 1978 till 2001, replacing the Honda S800 as the premier front engine, rear wheel drive spor... Read >
Author: joanne

Used Datsun 510 For Sale

19th July 2010
The Bluebird is a compact to medium-sized car that Nissan first launched in 1957, and the nameplate is still in use today in both Japan and China. One series of the Nissan Bluebird, the legendary Datsun 510, also called the Datsun 1600 outside of North Am... Read >
Author: dlegal

Pros and Cons of the Mazda 626

29th March 2010
For the market outside of its domain in Japan, Mazda produced the Mazda 626 family car. It was based on the Mazda Capella which was mainly sold in Japan. This new vehicle replaced the 616/618 and the RX-2 in 1979 and this was sold up until 2002. What took... Read >
Author: Rex Haney

Ford Transit Minibus Review

11th November 2009
Ford offers their 'minibus' in a 12, 15 and 17 seat version which follows their traditional size ranges, this gives their customers a good variety of choices. There are also various engine options available as well as front or rear wheel drive transmissio... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

When you buy a used bmw 1 series car

03rd November 2009
Buying a used car can have potential pitfalls - but it needn't be a painful experience if you follow a simple set of rules and checks. My article provide you a used car buying guide, which aims to provide all the advice and information to make the right c... Read >
Author: qautopr

2009 BMW 335i Coupe: Twin Turbo Performance

21st September 2009
After making their redesigned debut for 2007, the current-generation coupes were "redesignated" for 2009, topped by the new 335i xDrive coupe with all-wheel drive and a 300-horsepower, twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine. This is BMW's first t... Read >
Author: autoMedia

Which is better? Vanagon or Eurovan

01st September 2009
Usually VW Bus, Vanagon Westfalia and VW Eurovan Winnebago campers are known as van conversions. Vanagon Camper was converted to a camper in Germany by Westfalia Company. Some important features of Vanagons are rear engine, rear wheel drive vehicles with ... Read >
Author: Jacob

Five Top Selling SUVs in India

16th July 2009
The booming economy has given people the income to go for big cars that reflect their lifestyle and accommodate all their gear. So what could be better than SUVs or Sport Utility Vehicles which have a charm unmatched by most luxury sedans! SUVs give a lot... Read >
Author: Carazoo

2010 Chrysler Imperial One Step Ahead

19th March 2009
The Chrysler Group is moving one step ahead with the new 2010 Chrysler Imperial, a model much awaited. It is expected to create a craze in the market. The innovative design and outstanding engineering will make the car lead the way. A right choice for the... Read >
Author: Adam Corri
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