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Friday, April 20, 2012

New Range Rover Evoque Vehicle 2012

New Range Rover Evoque Vehicle 2012


Blurring the lines between compact crossover and luxury coupe vehicle, the all-new Evoque is Range Rover's smallest, sportiest SU-vehicle to date. Available in either a three-door or five-door model, Range Rover's "crossover coupé" features bold styling and a lively, 240-horsepower turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that makes driving about town a blast. However, lest you think that Range Rover has gone soft, the Evoque Coupe is equally as comfortable in the mud and the muck thanks to advanced off-road features like Land Rover's carefully-tested Terrain Response system.

By sticking close to its original concept, Land Rover vehicle produced a striking design with the Evoque .

The front of the Evoque carries the Land Rover grille, if on a reduced scale, but the racy side profile retains much of the look of the LRX concept on which the car is based. And the rear window has the sunglasses look of the new Jaguar XJ.

It is a good-looking car, and the interior also more than met my expectations of luxury vehicle. The Evoque has a simple and well-ordered interior. Thick leather covers the seats and the metal grilles over the speakers look like serious business. White crystals stud the gauge faces and a piece of glass the size of a door serves for a roof.

The Evoque uses a dial for its drive selector, similar to Jaguar models, with buttons for selecting different off-road programs.

The tendency to lunge was uncomfortable, but the car was still drivable. And in the dense urban environment, I definitely appreciated its size and excellent turning radius. The ride felt solid, easily soaking up the bumps. There was no softness in the suspension; the tuning felt rigid to give it better cornering performance. As CNET's review car was the low trim, called Pure, it did not have the magnetic suspension control mentioned above, just a fixed system that Land Rover had to tune to the best compromise between sport and comfort.

The higher engine speeds of freeway driving masked any lunging, and the Evoque felt like it would be a nice car for a road trip. Land Rover gives it a full cabin tech suite, although being a smaller company it does not push the envelope as Audi does. The center touch-screen LCD defaulted to a home screen, which came off as a bit cluttered with its large buttons for navigation, audio, and the phone system, alongside smaller buttons for a variety of other functions.

Land Rover gives the various menus and onscreen buttons neat animations, easing transitions between screens but at the same time getting in the way of a quick response. I quickly found the setting that let me turn the animations off. But even with that, the touch screen was often slow to respond to button presses. Even entering an address with the onscreen keyboard involved a little wait time.

Technical Specifications Range Rover Evoque Vehicle

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Thursday, April 19, 2012

New Vehicle Ford Focus 2012

New Vehicle Ford Focus 2012

The new vehicle Focus is at last debuting in the U.S., with a 2.0-liter, direct-injected, 160-hp motor and variable valve timing, as well as a five-speed manual. But, the car to wait for is the 2013 Focus ST, which debuts in early 2012. It gets a six-speed manual with the same EcoBoost (turbocharged) 2.0-liter as the much larger Edge and Explorer and will be good for somewhere in the neighborhood of 250 hp, which puts it in league with hot hatches like the MazdaSpeed3 and beyond the output of the VW GTI. Ford is also promising a tauter suspension and meatier tires as well as bigger brakes to go with all that horsepower. Expect to pay at least $25,000.

Ford's next-generation global hot hatch is finally upon us in the form of the 2012 Ford Focus ST being revealed in production trim at the 2011 Frankfurt motor show. With 250 horsepower on tap, this fast Focus cannot get here fast enough for Ford enthusiasts. The 2012 Focus ST is the first global performance vehicle developed as part of Ford's much-discussed One Ford program. The internal program has pushed all global design, engineering, and product planning together to create one lineup for Ford's products worldwide. Unlike the previous-generation Focus ST, which was for European consumption only, the new one will be available in more than 40 markets on six continents, although a Focus ST Wagon will be sold in the European market only.
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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

New vehicle Camry 2012

Highlight of the 2012 vehicle Toyota Camry

Lean Design, engaging driving dynamics

The 2012 vehicle Toyota Camry has been improved in almost every detail, which is excellent news since the previous model was disappointing in many regards. On the whole, this may look like the same package, but it's been massaged and redesigned to bring it up to the standards of usability, safety and interior construction set by the competition, and then retuned and restyled to be a little more expressive. But as before, durability and reliability are still the key attributes meant to set the 2012 Toyota Camry apart from its rivals.

Toyota vehicle company achieved these improvements without direct fuel injection, downsized engines, or turbocharging. Instead, the company relied on basics such as a 155-pound diet, lower-rolling-resistance tires, sleeker sheetmetal, taller gearing, more-aggressive torque-converter lockup, and electric power steering. The 2.5-liter four and the 3.5-liter V-6 are both unchanged.

Improved fuel economy in all models; Hybrid achieves 43 mpg

The Toyota vehicle Camry again offers three power train choices (2.5-litre, V6 3.5-litre and 2.5-litre Hybrid with Dual VVT-i) in U.S.A., all of which have been enhanced for 2012 to provide better fuel economy and more responsive performance.

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