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2013 Chevrolet Malibu Eco Specifications

May 31, 2012 by
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2013 Chevrolet Malibu Eco Priced from 25995 Slightly Undercuts

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The Malibu is similar in size to the slightly larger Impala, but just because the two cars share the bowtie logo on their grilles doesn't mean they drive alike. The Malibu feels light on its feet, which is great for handling response, and a real trick considering the Malibu could stand to skip a few lunches.  With this confident foundation, the standard stability control, traction control and 6-speed transmission programming make both the high-tech 2.4-liter four version and the roaring 3.6-liter V-6 model into “point-and-shoot” sedans. Although there is a manual-shift feature—a switch on the shift knob—the driveline works much smoother without using it. The Malibu's fastback styling intrudes slightly on rear head space, but comfort in front is top-notch.

2013 Chevrolet Malibu Specifications

November 6, 2012 by
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2013 Chevrolet Malibu First Official Details Photos and Video

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Extensively redesigned, this is the eighth generation of Chevy's midsize sedan. The wheelbase is 4.5 in. shorter and the track over 2 in. wider, lending visual muscle to the otherwise conservative styling. Chevy claims a 20-percent chassis rigidity upgrade, as well as more room in the classy interior, despite reduced dimensions. There are three engine choices, all with direct fuel injection, led by the new 182-hp Ecotec 4-cylinder that's the heart of the eAssist Eco model. A mild gas/electric hybrid, the Eco is rated for 25 mpg city, 37 mpg highway, topping the Malibu charts. The Malibu delivers creamy ride quality with quiet operation, and a 259-bhp 2.0-liter turbo four is available to satisfy those with a need for speed.

2013 Dodge Avenger Specifications

November 13, 2012 by
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akshay kumar 2013 Dodge Avenger RT

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Dodge's midsize sedan Avenger returns for 2013 with no significant changes. It remains a solid family runabout that's quickly (if not already) losing more ground to its class competitors due to mediocre interior styling, dated features and middle-of-the-road performance. The R/T, with its zippy 3.6-liter V-6 and stiffer sport-tuned suspension, is the highlight model. A body-color grille, R/T striping, black headlamp bezels, 18-in. aluminum wheels and R/T badging add a sporty flair. Trailing models include the base SE 4-cylinder and the SXT, which adds several convenience and performance upgrades, including leather appointments, Auto Stick 6-speed transmission and a power driver's seat. Premium leather seating is a new option for the SXT. Choose from eight exterior colors.

2013 Jaguar XJL Ultimate Specifications

September 18, 2012 by
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2013 Jaguar XJ Ultimate Rear Angle 7 Car pictures and wallpapers

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The dramatic-looking XJ sedan was introduced last year to much acclaim. Thanks to its lightweight aluminum construction, it is actually slightly lighter than the smaller XF. It also features a full-length panorama sunroof, which makes the interior even more light and airy—which appeals to those who drive and those who are being driven. The XJL has a longer wheelbase giving rear-seat passengers an extra 5 in. of leg room. It is only this model that gets any significant changes for 2012. A new Rear Seat Comfort Package, standard on the XJL Supersport, includes electric reclining, lumbar adjustment and massage functions. An Executive Package adds even more luxury for those who want to be chauffeured. The XJ has the same lineup of three 5.0-liter V-8 engines as the XF.

2013 Subaru Legacy Specifications

July 26, 2012 by
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2013 Subaru Legacy Photo Gallery KickingTires

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While it may not be everyone's first choice when midsize sedans are discussed, the Subaru Legacy deserves consideration for a variety of reasons. First off, it has a safety-oriented all-wheel-drive system that's sure to be welcomed among those who live in snow country. There's also a wide choice of engines and transmissions to power this sedan, and "conservative" is not found anywhere in Subaru's design language. Our preferred model is the 2.5 GT, with its turbocharged engine, standard 6-speed manual transmission and sporty but compliant suspension. All trim levels have an especially roomy back seat, and options include a Harman-Kardon audio system, navigation, bluetooth and moonroof.