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2012 Volkswagen Beetle Specifications

March 29, 2012 by
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How do you update an already retro design? You flatten its roof, make it look more masculine and hope the design attracts more male buyers. Longer, lower and wider than the New Beetle, the new Beetle is based on an all-new chassis (related to the Golf's), fitted with either a 170-bhp 2.5-liter 5-cylinder and a 6-speed automatic or the 200-bhp direct-injected 2.0-liter turbo mated to VW's dual-clutch 6-speed automatic. Manual transmissions, says VW, will come at a later date. Also coming later (in 2012) is the super-efficient 2.0-liter TDI diesel engine, which is expected to give this 4-seat front-driver highway fuel economy of 40 mpg. The Beetle Turbo, of note, has multilink rear suspension, whereas the standard Beetle has a twist beam.


2013 Ford Focus 5-door hatchback Specifications

November 20, 2012 by
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2012 Ford Focus 5 door Hatchback Titanium Ford Focus Hatchback

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The Ford Focus range has expanded to include two new models this year: the sport-oriented ST version and an electric-powered model. The Focus 5-door hatchback continues to offer an excellent mix of agile handling, cargo room, and strong fuel economy. Under the hood is a 160-bhp 2.0-liter inline-4 coupled to a standard 5-speed manual, with a 6-speed PowerShift automatic or range-topping 6-speed PowerShift with SelectShift manual controls optional. The ST is all about carving corners, while the Titanium trim level loads the Focus 5-door with luxury touches like leather seating, a 10-speaker Sony audio system, SYNC with MyFord Touch, push-button start, and dual zone automatic climate controls. For a sinister touch, the SE Black Pack appearance package includes a piano black grille, 17-inch machined alloy wheels and, as you might have guessed, a black paintjob to match.


2012 Porsche Cayenne Turbo Specifications

June 10, 2012 by
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Leave it to Porsche to put the “sport” into Sport-Utility Vehicle. With the handling and performance you’d expect from one of its sports cars, the Cayenne is more than a gussied-up truck. And it’s brimming with technological features, as you’d expect in a Porsche: dynamic chassis control, self-leveling air suspension and torque vectoring. Although the 300-bhp base model admits you to the club, most buyers prefer the Cayenne S, a nice balance between frugality and fun. The Hybrid with 8-speed automatic speaks to the ecologically conscious, but if your conscience is clear and your wallet is fat, then the 500-bhp 172-mph Turbo, which is loaded with equipment that’s optional on other models, is for you.


2012 Mercedes-Benz E-class Cabriolet Specifications

September 23, 2012 by
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2012 Mercedes Benz E Class Cabriolet information

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From mild to wild, Mercedes offers E-Class models to suit everyone's fancy. The E350 sedan, coupe, convertible and wagon gain a new 3.5-liter 302-bhp direct-injection V-6 and 7-speed automatic. An unchanged BlueTEC diesel remains a sedan option. E550 models receive a new 402-bhp 4.6-liter twin-turbo V-8. A wagon joins the sedan for the hot E63 AMG treatment including a new 518-bhp 5.5-liter V-8 and 7-speed MCT transmission. The former also features a panorama roof and rearview camera. E-Class safety, infotainment and luxury equipment varies by model. Convertibles are fitted with a 2-piece Aircap wind deflector to help reduce turbulence with the top down. Wagons have standard 7-passenger seating, a power tailgate and rear air suspension.


2013 Cadillac XTS Specifications

May 17, 2012 by
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The 2013 Cadillac XTS is a dramatic step forward from the chromed behemoths that preceded this brand new full-size sedan. Not that you'd call this Caddy a shrinking violet, the styling is distinctly American and definitely in your face — especially in upscale Platinum trim, which features unique wheels, front end detailing, and cabin trim. Those fuel-guzzling V-8 engines of yesteryear are gone. In their place, you'll find a 304-bhp direct-injected V-6 engine. Three trim levels—Luxury, Premium, and Platinum—will be offered above the entry-level model, and all trim levels are available with all-wheel drive in place of the standard front-wheel drive layout. A 6-speed automatic transmission is standard across the range. Cadillac is touting its new Cadillac User Experience (CUE) driver interface in the XTS. The advanced touchscreen system allows for proximity, gesture, and voice recognition — imagine an iPad on your dashboard, and you kind of get the idea. It's pretty impressive technology, so long as you take the time to learn it. Pricing for the XTS starts at $44,995.