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Nissan Altima (2013)

CAR GARAGE | Nissan Altima (2013) | The 2013 Altima gets the Nissan Connect SM and Advanced Drive-Assist Display (ADAD) installed. Infotainment and connectivity are the stuff They deal with: Bluetooth, hands-free messaging, Pandora integration, or USB are some of the features available on the Altima. Starting this summer, the 2013 Nissan Altima will in showrooms at the price of 21.500 dollars.   Now, that figure Remains to be confirmed. Other features include Bluetooth, a Bose sound system, Navigation Nissan Connect SM integrated smartphone connectivity, and other high-tech gizmos, most of them available on the standard version. Now, the engine choice for this car comes down to two units, both powered by gasoline. We have a 2.5 liter engine with four cylinders rated at 182 horsepower and 180 lb-ft of torque. Those wanting more for a V6 power unit displacing 3.5 liters is available. The latest from Nissan Xtronic CVT is Offered in both cases. The estimated fuel efficiency figures

Ford Ranger Wildtrak (2012)

CAR GARAGE | Ford Ranger Wildtrak (2012) | The new global Ford Ranger boasts an extensive range of class-leading "smart" features That make it Easier, safer and more fun to drive than ever. Despite being an enormously capable vehicle, the Ford Ranger is also fitted with satellite navigation technologies Such as Bluetooth  and voice control, more commonly found on premium or luxury cars. Ranger models fitted with the 2.2-liter Ford Duratorq TDCi diesel engines also have an outstanding payload capacity of up to 1333 kg. "From the introduction of the Ranger brand to Europe in 1997, the Ford Ranger has been a major player in the European pick-up segment," said Jesus Alonso, Ford of Europe's Director for Commercial Vehicle Marketing, Sales and Service.

New side airbags available for the front seats also deploy from the side Bolster of the seat to protect the thorax from side-impact forces, working in tandem with the front airbags for the driver and front passenger. Other passive safety technologies include three-point safety belts for all seating positions, with pre-tensioners and load limiters for the front seats, as well as the which Ford Belt Minder technology helps remind front-seat occupants to wear Their belts.

Ranger also uses active safety technologies to help drivers avoid accidents. When driving downhill, Hill Descent Control That ensures the brakes will be applied to control the vehicle at a set speed.  An array of braking technologies work together to Ensure the shortest possible stopping distance under all circumstances, Such as the Anti-Lock Brake System, Emergency Brake Assist and Electronic Brake Force Distribution maximizes the which brake force used on the rear wheels as payload changes while maintaining optimal stability.  Other new technologies include Ranger Rear Park Assist and the Rear View Camera System.

The new 2.2-liter four-cylinder diesel engine delivers peak torque output of 375 Nm and power output of 110 kW (150 PS), whilst a highly responsive and efficient new 3.2-liter 5-cylinder diesel powers the Wild track and Produces a powerful 470 Nm of torque is power rated at 147 kW (200PS).  New Ford Ranger also features smart technologies Such as Adaptive Automatic Mode, the which adapts gear shifts According to driving style and Grade Logic Control, the which automatically downshifts when driving downhill and the brake pedal is depressed. This feature prevents the transmission from changing to a higher gear. Extensive work has gone into making the new global Ford Ranger more fuel-efficient than ever.


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