Mercedes Benz AMG S65 (2017 July)

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It’s 2017, and the automotive industries are rolling out new cars with a new design. Recently, Company has released its Mercedes-Benz AMG S65, which is a V12 powered car. The AMG S65 combines a neck snapping and luxurious accelerations, adding high-tech features and safety. The S65 features a turbocharged 6.0-liter V12 engine, generating 621 horsepower with an amazing 738 Ib-ft of torque. Power is released to its rear wheel, through a seven-speed auto. gearbox, controlled by shift paddles.

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Should Your Teen’s First Car be New or Used? (2017 July)

teen's first car: old or new

You hear the door to your room swing open and find a wide-eyed sixteen-year-old rushing toward your bed, at five in the morning. Yes, it is your teen’s sixteenth birthday, and yes, he or she wants to go to the DMV right now to pick up the driver’s permit. After all the hoops to jump through and insurance costs, the most expensive cost comes to the table: the teen’s first car.

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What Used Car Managers Don’t Want You to Know (2017 July)

CARFAX logotype

Used car managers can be a sleazy bunch, trust me I used to be one! When you meet one of these managers on a used car lot beware. They have an arsenal of selling tools that you don’t even know exist. There are however, easy to remember tips that you can use to protect yourself while shopping for a used car. Today we’re discussing the CARFAX report.

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Recover losses after a car accident with these tips (2017 July)

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There are a lot of things to deal with after an accident. The victim would have to shoulder the initial expenses and legal fees once he uses the negligent party to recover compensatory damages. Aside from these, he would also face the consequences of lost earnings because of his inability to go to work in order to recover from his injury.

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Opel Tigra TwinTop B (2017 July)

opel tigra twin top b in the mountains

The Opel Tigra was first introduced in the year 1994 and later reproduced in 2004, after the company stopped selling its first model in 2000. The car is owned by the German automotive industry, Opel. Its First model was produced in Spain, while the second generation of the Opel Tigra was then released in France (actual info – July 2017). The first Opel Tigra model was built from 1994 to 2000, with the second generation starting from 2004. It was sold as the Vauxhall in the United Kingdom, as Holden in Australia, and as the Chevrolet in Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico.

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Porsche Carrera GT (2017 July)

front view of black porsche carrera gt

The Porsche Carrera GT is a supercar by Porsche, with its engine centered at the back middle. This model was produced between 2004 – 2007 in Leipzig, Germany, with the code name > Project Code 980. It awes you with its absurd top fast speed, that can run up to 208mph. The Porsche Carrera GT was named as the number one sports car of the 2000’s in the list of the Top Sports Cars Of The 2000’s (actual info – July 2017), by the Sports Car International, and as the number 8th in the list of the Top Sports Cars Of All Time.

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New Leaf (2017 July)

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The Nissan Leaf (also named  “new LEAF” – leading environmentally-friendly affordable family car) is a five-door electric car manufactured by Nissan in 2010. The official range for the new Leaf with the 30-kilowatt battery is 172 km ( or 107 miles) on a one full battery charge. You can read more on Wiki. The previous model was with the smaller 24-kilowatt battery is 135 km (84 miles). Nissan’s Leaf battery packs can be charged in about 30 minutes if you’ll use DC fast charging.

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