2012 GMC Yukon Price, Review

2012 GMC Yukon Price, Review, Specs, what car reviews, For the 2012 GMC Yukon, the optional navigation system is now hard-drive based, providing quicker responses and digital music storage capability. On upper trims, a heated steering wheel is now standard.

Body Styles, Trim Levels, and Options

The 2012 GMC Yukon is a full-size SUV with three rows of seats that can accommodate as many as nine people. There are three trim levels available: SLE, SLT and Denali. There is a Hybrid model and an extended-length version known as the Yukon XL; both are both covered in separate reviews.

The SLE comes standard with 17-inch wheels, roof rails, automatic headlights, running boards, heated outside mirrors, tri-zone automatic climate control, cruise control, six-way power front bucket seats (manual recline), a leather-wrapped tilt-only steering wheel, Bluetooth, OnStar and a nine-speaker Bose sound system with satellite radio, iPod/USB interface, auxiliary audio jack, CD player and rear seat headphone jacks. The SLE can be optioned with a 40/20/40-split three-person front bench seat that raises seating capacity from eight to nine people. A Convenience package adds rear parking sensors, remote engine start, a rearview camera (with mirror display) and power-adjustable pedals.

The SLT adds foglamps, leather upholstery, the Convenience package and the expanded availability of optional content. Options include an Off-Road Suspension package, heated eight-way power front seats with driver memory, ventilated front seats, second-row captain’s chairs and a navigation system (with real-time traffic, music storage and an auto-dimming rearview mirror). The SLT-2 Equipment package adds a power liftgate, power-folding mirrors, a heated steering wheel, heated second-row seats and a second-row power seat release.

The Denali includes the above (less the Off-Road package) plus 20-inch alloy wheels, an automatic damping suspension, unique styling cues, additional interior sound insulation, a blind-spot warning system and a 10-speaker surround-sound Bose audio system.

Some of the upper trims’ features are available as options on the lower trims, while a sunroof and rear-seat entertainment system are optional for every Yukon.

Powertrains and Performance

The 2012 GMC Yukon SLE and SLT are powered by a 5.3-liter V8 good for 320 horsepower and 335 pound-feet of torque. A six-speed automatic transmission with rear-wheel drive is standard. There are two four-wheel-drive systems available: a single-speed transfer case and a more traditional two-speed case with low-range gearing for low-traction situations.

The Yukon’s Tahoe sibling with four-wheel drive went from zero to 60 mph in 8.5 seconds. Estimated fuel economy is 15 mpg city/21 mpg highway and 17 mpg combined with rear- or four-wheel drive. Depending on drivetrain and equipment, the Yukon can tow as much as 8,400 pounds.

The GMC Yukon Denali gets a 6.2-liter V8 that produces 403 hp and 417 lb-ft of torque. A six-speed automatic with manual shift capability is standard.

Safety

The 2012 GMC Yukon comes standard with antilock brakes, stability control, front-seat side airbags, side curtain airbags and OnStar emergency telematics. Rear parking sensors and a rearview camera are available on all Yukons, while the SLT-2 and Denali can be had with a blind-spot warning system.

In government crash testing, the Yukon earned an overall rating of four stars (out of a possible five), with five stars for overall frontal crash protection and five stars for overall side crash protection. Its three-star rollover rating resulted in its lower overall score.

Interior Design and Special Features

The GMC Yukon boasts an attractive cabin with high-quality materials. The control layout is simple and straightforward, and the available navigation system is also easy to use (despite a smaller screen than newer GM models) and includes digital music storage. The front seats are comfortable, though the lack of a telescoping steering wheel might be a drawback for some drivers. The Yukon can carry up to nine passengers, making it one of the most versatile utility vehicles in that regard. However, those in the rearmost row will find limited legroom due to a low-mounted seat cushion.

That third-row seat also poses problems for cargo capacity, as it doesn’t fold away into the floor. You must either fold the seatback down and place your stuff on top or physically remove the heavy seat from the truck. Once you do, 109 cubic feet of cargo space are available.

Driving Impressions

The 2012 GMC Yukon excels at highway cruising. The cabin is quiet and the suspension smoothes the bumps without making handling in the corners feel sloppy. The Yukon’s relatively compact 39-foot turning circle also makes this big SUV reasonably maneuverable in town. Still, the Yukon doesn’t feel particularly agile in traffic and also exhibits some vagueness in its steering. It feels right at home when towing a trailer, however, cruising effortlessly and easily maintaining speed up long grades. The Denali shares the Escalade’s potent 6.2-liter V8 and is thus notably quick for such a sizable vehicle.

 

2012 GMC Yukon Price :

MSRP range:$39,860 – $48,200
Invoice price range:$37,070 – $44,826

2012 GMC Yukon Specs :

Drivetrain : Rear Wheel Drive
Curb Weight (lbs) : TBD
City (MPG) : 14
Hwy (MPG) : 20
Horsepower : 320@5400
Torque (lb-ft) : 335@4000
Wheelbase : 116.0
Length (in.) : 202.0
Width (in.) : 79.0
Height (in.) : 76.9

2012 GMC Yukon Hybrid Price, Review

2012 GMC Yukon Hybrid Price, Review, Specs, what car reviews, For 2012, the GMC Yukon Hybrid gets standard front-seat side airbags, along with a new audio system and hard-drive-based navigation (replaces the old DVD-based unit). If you have owned a full-size SUV, chances are pretty good that fuel mileage of 15 mpg or less was a way of life. But that’s not so with the 2012 GMC Yukon Hybrid (or its Chevy Tahoe Hybrid twin), as it’s rated at 21 mpg in combined city/highway driving. Apart from its powertrain, the Yukon Hybrid is functionally little different from a standard Yukon, meaning you still get a powerful V8, the ability to transport up to eight people and a towing capacity of 6,200 pounds.

Body Styles, Trim Levels, and Options

The 2012 GMC Yukon Hybrid is a full-size SUV available in one trim level.

Standard equipment includes 18-inch alloy wheels, rear park assist with rearview camera, tinted windows, power-folding heated side mirrors and tri-zone automatic climate control. A trip computer, Bluetooth, OnStar, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, remote engine start, leather upholstery, power front seats and a removable 50/50-split third-row seat are also standard. In-car entertainment includes a navigation system, a hybrid system display and a nine-speaker Bose audio system with a CD/MP3 player, a USB port and satellite radio with real-time traffic reporting.

A sunroof and a rear-seat DVD entertainment system are the lone options.

Powertrains and Performance

The 2012 GMC Yukon Hybrid is available with rear-wheel or four-wheel drive. Both models utilize a 6.0-liter V8 engine coupled to a pair of 60-kilowatt electric motors located inside what GM calls an electrically variable transmission. On its own, the V8 is rated at 332 horsepower and 367 pound-feet of torque. GM engineers say that combined output with the electric motors is 379 hp.

Under light throttle/load conditions, the Yukon can accelerate up to speeds of approximately 25 mph solely on electric power, thus optimizing fuel efficiency in low-speed, stop-and-go driving conditions, while the V8′s cylinder-deactivation system helps reduce fuel consumption at higher speeds. Regenerative braking replenishes the batteries by capturing energy normally lost while slowing down.

Fuel economy ratings stand at 20 mpg city/23 mpg highway and 21 mpg combined. Maximum towing capacity for a properly equipped 4WD model is 6,000 pounds.

Safety

Standard safety equipment includes front seat side airbags, full-length side curtain airbags, antilock disc brakes, traction control, OnStar and a rearview camera.

In government crash testing, the 2012 GMC Yukon Hybrid earned an overall rating of four stars (out of a possible five), with five stars for overall frontal crash protection and five stars for overall side crash protection. Its three-star rollover rating was the cause for the lower overall score.
Interior Design and Special Features

Aside from instrumentation, there’s nothing to distinguish the Yukon Hybrid from a traditional Yukon. It boasts attractive, high-quality materials and tight panel gaps while maintaining a simple control layout. Even the standard navigation system is easy to use.

The Yukon’s standard third row enables it to accommodate up to eight passengers. The 50/50-split third-row seats don’t fold flat into the floor, however; they’re heavy and must be removed manually to free up maximum cargo space. With the third-row seats out of the picture and the second-row seatbacks folded, cargo capacity expands to 109 cubic feet, making the Yukon the roomiest hybrid on the market.

Driving Impressions

It’s not a stretch to say that driving the 2012 GMC Yukon Hybrid feels like being behind the wheel of a 5,600-pound Prius. There’s the same eerie quiet when accelerating and braking as the gas engine shuts off to let the electric motors do their thing. Although it’s a tad strange, the result is a quiet cabin.

While the Hybrid is the most powerful Yukon available, it’s also the heaviest, so don’t expect particularly brisk acceleration. Also, the transmission can hesitate when you ask for full power. Handling is about what you’d expect: safe but ponderous. Most crossovers are notably more carlike from behind the wheel.

 

2012 GMC Yukon Hybrid Price :

MSRP range:$52,245 – $62,905
Invoice price range:$49,372 – $59,445

2012 GMC Yukon Hybrid SPecs :

Drivetrain : Rear Wheel Drive
Curb Weight (lbs) : 5629
City (MPG) : 20
Hwy (MPG) : 23
Horsepower : 332.0@5100
Torque (lb-ft) : 367.0@4100
Wheelbase : 116.0
Length (in.) : 202.0
Width (in.) : 79.0
Height (in.) : 76.9

2012 GMC Sierra 1500 Price, Review

The Sierra 1500 is GMC’s half-ton full-size pickup that was redesigned for 2007. Available in Regular Cab, Extended Cab, and Crew Cab versions with a choice of three different box sizes: 5 feet 8 inches, 6 feet 6 inches and 8 feet, the next-generation Sierra is built on an all-new platform for a smoother ride and more responsive handling. The new design features a unique hood, grille, bumper, front fenders, headlights, taillights and a more steeply raked windshield. Extended Cab versions feature rear access doors that open 170 degrees for better access. Most GMC Sierras come standard with the OnStar advanced communication system.

The GMC Sierra 1500 offers fuel economy, capability and performance in a broad lineup that includes everything from job-ready Work Truck to the well-appointed Denali. It is available in a wide array of bed sizes, wheelbases, drive types and cab sizes, and trim levels.

There are four engine sizes to choose from: 4.3-liter V6, 4.8-liter V8, 5.3-liter V8 and 6.2-liter V8; and two transmissions: a four-speed automatic and a six-speed automatic. Properly equipped, the Sierra 1500 can provide a payload capacity of up to 1937 lbs and tow up to 10,700 lbs. A wide variety of suspension, towing, entertainment, comfort and convenience packages are available.

For 2012, Hill Start Assist and trailer sway control are now standard on all trims, and SLE and SLT have a new standard chrome grille surround with chrome horizontal bars.

Performance
With that kind of horsepower, both the GMC Sierra 1500 and the average truck are legitimate speedsters.

Handling
With their similar turning circles, the average truck and the GMC Sierra 1500 most definitely handle roughly the same into and out of tight spots.

Drivetrain
The Sierra 1500′s engine isn’t much more sizeable than the typical truck’s.

Utility
There’s no clear winner between the average truck and the GMC Sierra 1500 as far as transporting cargo. The GMC Sierra 1500 will most certainly prove handier than the average truck for those of you with frequent child-cargo. The average truck outpulls the Sierra 1500 by a big margin.

Convenience
You will have to visit your friendly gas station more often with the GMC Sierra 1500 than with the average truck.

Comfort
While the front cabin in the Sierra 1500 offers a bit more head room than the typical truck, there really isn’t much of a difference. The ampler interior dimensions of the Sierra 1500 make it considerably roomier for your passengers than the average truck.

Dimensions
The GMC Sierra 1500′s tank is roughly the same size as the average truck’s, though the average truck’s is somewhat larger. The average truck and the GMC Sierra 1500 compete for the same parking spaces. The GMC Sierra 1500′s longer wheelbase will result in a smoother, more stable ride; however, the typical truck may give a more maneuverable feel in daily traffic.

2012 GMC Sierra 1500 Price :
MSRP range: $21,945 – $42,940
Invoice price range: $21,067 – $39,934

2012 GMC Sierra 1500 Specs :
Base Price : TBA
Drivetrain : Rear Wheel Drive
Curb Weight (lbs) : 4633
City (MPG) : 15
Hwy (MPG) : 20
Horsepower : 195@4600
Torque (lb-ft) : 260@2800
Wheelbase : 119.0
Length (in.) : 205.6
Width (in.) : 79.9
Height (in.) : 73.8

 

2011 GMC Canyon Review

Overview
Few changes have been made to the GMC Canyon for 2011. The latter vehicle did get one big change; the add-on of a 5.3 Liter V-8 engine with 300 horsepower under the hood of the Extended/Crew cab permutations. The Canyon comes in a standard cab base model as well.

The trims one will find include the Work truck, the SLT, and the SLE. The choice of engines includes the 2.4 Liter Inline-four the V-8, or the 3.7 Liter Inline-five. The latter engines are mated to a 4-speed manual or 5-speed auto tranny, all of which depend on the permutation the consumer chooses. The Canyon comes with two-wheel or four-wheel drive in all trims, and the vehicle buyer can opt for a five or six foot truck bed. Those with the V-8 engine are capable of towing 6000 pounds in all. You can get the Canyon with ZQ8 or Z71 off road packages too.

Newer features in the 2011 model are few; the Canyon comes with connectivity options like OnStar and Bluetooth, gorgeous chrome elements, and a front seat headrest…. Expand full summary

The Range
Bodystyles: Truck
Engines: 2.9L I-4; 3.7L I-5; 5.3L V-8
Transmissions: 4-speed automatic, 5-speed manual
Models: Regular Cab, Extended Cab, Crew Cab

What’s New
For 2011 the GMC Canyon is now available with OnStar Gen 9.0, which features a six-month subscription to the service’s Directions and Connections plan. A revised front headrest design has been developed for the Canyon’s seats, there’s a new color choice called Aqua Blue Metallic, and a new chrome package is also available featuring a chrome fuel door and exhaust tip.

Exterior
The 2011 GMC Canyon’s face features a bold, slatted grille with the GMC badge proudly displayed, flanked by a unique, two-tiered headlamp setup. The Canyon’s look is also highlighted by exaggerated fender flares designed to lend it a masculine look.

Interior
The Canyon’s interior could use an update and offers little in the way of standard features, but the truck does have several available options including power leather bucket seats on SLT and SLE trims, a power convenience package, sunroof, and a stereo with CD/MP3 player, and the revised headrests.

Performance & Handling
The 2011 Canyon offers three Vortec engines. The base 2.9-liter I-4 with 185 horsepower musters 20 mpg combined. The 3.7-liter I-5 is rated at 242 horsepower, and the big (and thirsty) V-8 outputs 300 horsepower. All engines are mated to either aging four speed auto or five-speed manual transmissions. The Canyon’s heavy duty, sport and off-road suspensions offer prospective buyers flexibility depending on need.

Safety
The Canyon recently got safer thanks to the addition of standard head curtain side air bags across the range, augmenting the frontal air bags with sensing system. The Canyon also comes standard with StabilTrak stability control and OnStar.(taken a automotivecom)

The 2011 GMC Yukon full-size SUV is mostly a carryover from last year’s model that features the base Yukon and the extended wheelbase XL. Opt for the Denali trim and you’ll get more expressive sheetmetal and interior appointments, and you can grab the Hybrid if you want the extra mileage. For 2011 all Yukons get OnStar version 9.0 and two new colors, Mocha Steel Metallic and Carbon Black Metallic, are available.

If the consumer is seeking a spunky, reliable sports-utility-vehicle they can turn to the GMC Yukon for 2011. The Yukon SUV is offered with short and long wheelbase configurations. The Yukon comes with a number of different powertrains; the hybrid delivers 20 miles-per-gallon, and there’s also a Denali trim. In the hybrid, the carmaker has added on a full two-mode hybrid system in order to ensure the SUV offers 50% more miles-per-gallon when compared to gas-operated Yukon configurations.

Yukons are offered with all-wheel-drive or 4-Wheel-Drive, all of which can tow up to 9600 pounds. This SUV is a fully-competent, body-on-frame offering. The Yukon is offered with one of four V-8 motors with horsepower ranging from 325 to 376 hp. The engines are married to a six-speed automatic transmission.

GMC added new body colors to the 2010 models including mocha steel metallic and carbon black. The OnStar 9.0 option was also added. These vehicles have three-rows for seating, and the XL has a wheelbase that is 14-inches larger and offers up plenty of legroom. The Denali trim received improved styling.

The Yukon screams traditional SUV, with GMC’s bold front end (Denali models get the chrome honeycomb grille and monochromatic trim) a commanding, high-riding profile, aggressive fender flares and a large greenhouse. Aluminum rims from 17 to 20 inches are available (22-inchers can also be had) and further augment the package.

Every Yukon has three rows standard and depending upon configuration you could conceivably seat up to nine passengers. The Yukon’s power fold-and-tumble second row seats aid third row access. The Yukon also has a multitude of standard and optional comfort and entertainment amenities, which are ramped-up further if you opt for the Denali trim level.

The 2011 Yukon comes standard with a 5.3-liter V-8, wikth both a 6.0-liter and 6.2-liter V-8s also available. All models are mated to a version of GM’s solid Hydra-Matic six-speed transmission. The Yukon’s fully-boxed frame setup employs a coil-over-shock front design and a rack-and-pinion steering setup. The five-link rear suspension can be augmented with GM’s Autoride real-time damping system (standard on Denali), featuring electronically controlled shocks designed to automatically adjust to changing road conditions.

All Yukon models come with an array of safety technologies including a host of airbags that feature head curtains for all rows. The Yukon’s front-seat belt pretensioners are linked to the vehicle’s sensing system and are designed to reduce the effects of rear-end impacts. GM’s StabiliTrak stability control system with traction control is standard, and four-wheel discs with ABS slow the Yukon down.

Bodystyle: Full-size SUV
Engines: 5.3L V-8, 6.0L V-8, 6.2L V-8
Transmissions: 6-speed automatic
Models: Yukon, Yukon XL 1500 and Yukon XL 2500, Yukon Denali, Yukon XL Denali, Yukon Hybrid, Yukon Denali Hybrid

EPA Fuel Economy
Yukon, Yukon XL 1500 RWD/4WD: 15 mpg city/21 mpg highway

Price : $38,945 – $61,770

2011 GMC Canyon Price, Review

For 2011 the GMC Canyon is now available with OnStar Gen 9.0, which features a six-month subscription to the service’s Directions and Connections plan. A revised front headrest design has been developed for the Canyon’s seats, there’s a new color choice called Aqua Blue Metallic, and a new chrome package is also available featuring a chrome fuel door and exhaust tip.

Few changes have been made to the GMC Canyon for 2011. The latter vehicle did get one big change; the add-on of a 5.3 Liter V-8 engine with 300 horsepower under the hood of the Extended/Crew cab permutations. The Canyon comes in a standard cab base model as well. Newer features in the 2011 model are few; the Canyon comes with connectivity options like OnStar and Bluetooth, gorgeous chrome elements, and a front seat headrest.

The trims one will find include the Work truck, the SLT, and the SLE. The choice of engines includes the 2.4 Liter Inline-four the V-8, or the 3.7 Liter Inline-five. The latter engines are mated to a 4-speed manual or 5-speed auto tranny, all of which depend on the permutation the consumer chooses. The Canyon comes with two-wheel or four-wheel drive in all trims, and the vehicle buyer can opt for a five or six foot truck bed. Those with the V-8 engine are capable of towing 6000 pounds in all. You can get the Canyon with ZQ8 or Z71 off road packages too.

The 2011 GMC Canyon’s face features a bold, slatted grille with the GMC badge proudly displayed, flanked by a unique, two-tiered headlamp setup. The Canyon’s look is also highlighted by exaggerated fender flares designed to lend it a masculine look.

The Canyon’s interior could use an update and offers little in the way of standard features, but the truck does have several available options including power leather bucket seats on SLT and SLE trims, a power convenience package, sunroof, and a stereo with CD/MP3 player, and the revised headrests.

The 2011 Canyon offers three Vortec engines. The base 2.9-liter I-4 with 185 horsepower musters 20 mpg combined. The 3.7-liter I-5 is rated at 242 horsepower, and the big (and thirsty) V-8 outputs 300 horsepower. All engines are mated to either aging four speed auto or five-speed manual transmissions. The Canyon’s heavy duty, sport and off-road suspensions offer prospective buyers flexibility depending on need.

The Canyon recently got safer thanks to the addition of standard head curtain side air bags across the range, augmenting the frontal air bags with sensing system. The Canyon also comes standard with StabilTrak stability control and OnStar.

Bodystyles: Truck
Engines: 2.9L I-4; 3.7L I-5; 5.3L V-8
Transmissions: 4-speed automatic, 5-speed manual
Models: Regular Cab, Extended Cab, Crew Cab

EPA Fuel Economy
Canyon 2WD (2.9L): 18 mpg city/25 mpg highway
Canyon 2WD (3.7L): 17 mpg city/25 mpg highway
Canyon 2WD (5.3L): 14 mpg city/20 mpg highway
Canyon 4WD (2.9L): 18 mpg city/24 mpg highway
Canyon 4WD (3.7L): 17 mpg city/23 mpg highway
Canyon 4WD (5.3L): 14 mpg city/19 mpg highway

2011 Honda FCX Clarity Price, Review

2011 Honda FCX Clarity Price, Review & Picture – New Car Reviews, A low volume, technological tour de force like the Clarity isn’t subject to the same update cycle as the Civic or Accord and heads into 2011 with no changes. The aim of the electric car is to give consumers a vehicle with a decent driving range and reduced emissions. The FXC Clarity meets such an aim; it is a vehicle that delivers 73 miles per gallon, it emits water vapors only, and it can cover 270 miles. The FCX Clarity by Honda may have some limitations, but the vehicle is serious evidence that fuel cell technology can indeed prove beneficial.

The FCX Clarity hosts a powertrain consisting of a battery, a fuel cell, an electric motor, and a storage tank for hydrogen. The fuel cell creates electricity from the reaction between oxygen and hydrogen. This electricity powers the motor and the wheels. The battery stores excess power from recovery systems as the regenerative brakes and the fuel cell.

The Clarity sounds like a dream vehicle, but at this point, it’s only offered in the state of California for a three-year lease at $600.00 a month. It must be serviced at the headquarter Honda facility in Torrance and it has to be fueled at stations selling hydrogen in the area.

Easily the most beautiful vehicle in Honda’s lineup, Clarity has a slick, swooping Kamm-back profile and special wheels to maximize aerodynamic efficiency. The aluminum intensive body comes in only one color, the deep garnet shown. Clarity’s cabin is as spacious as it is spacey, with high-tech controls and gauges. There is ample room for four adults on seats covered with specially designed plant based bio fabric — an industry first.

Driving dynamics rival everyday hybrids like Prius. Sophisticated suspension design and light curb weight provide for solid handling behavior. Acceleration isn’t impressive, but it is eerily quiet — as there are no gases combusting or gears shifting. Top speed is a believable 100 mph. Fuel economy numbers and 270 mile range are all the more impressive considering Clarity’s zero emissions vehicle status. No special safety equipment comes with Clarity. Front and front side airbags are standard as well as stability control, side curtain airbags, all braking aids (ABS, EBD, and BA) and collision mitigation braking system (CMBS).

Bodystyle: Sedan
Engines: 100 kW/134-hp AC electric motor
Transmissions: 1-speed automatic
Models: FCX Clarity

2011 GMC Acadia Price, Review

2011 GMC Acadia Price, Review & Picture – New Car Reviews, GMC’s Denali trim level for the 2011 Acadia offers a host of upgrades for buyers looking to go upscale, including 20-inch rims, high-intensity discharge (HID) headlamps and unique exterior trim pieces on the outside, and top grade leather and wood furnishings inside. Other updates to the 2011 Acadia range include OnStar’s Gen 9 package, new Cyber Gray Metallic and Gray Green Metallic colors, and an available eight-way power driver seat.

The GMC Acadia has been on the market since 2006. The Acadia is a crossover SUV, full sized offering sold with front-wheel or All-Wheel drive features and an array of configurations for seating anywhere from seven to eight people comfortably. The Acadia SUV is offered with a splendid array of features; the carmaker ensured that the consumer in need of a crossover would find the Acadia diverse and of high quality.

The Acadia hosts one powertrain: the 3.6 Liter V-6 engine with direct injection offering 288 horsepower/270 ft-lbs. of torque. The SUV has a six-speed auto transmission as well. The Acadia can tow 5200 pounds with ease, and the Front Drive configurations offer 24 mpg when on the highway too.

The 2011 models are also offered in a premium Denali configuration. The latter hosts exterior/interior enhancements. This full sized crossover hosts a honeycomb grille, leather and wood interior, a superb sound system, attractive monochromatic exterior components, and a Skyscape sunroof too. The Acadia fuses high quality with outstanding performance. In terms of style, the Acadia is definitely visually appealing and attractive.

Despite its crossover aspirations, the Acadia takes more of a traditional SUV approach to its looks, with a wide stance, exaggerated fender flares and a bold, aggressive grille adorned with the iconic GMC badge. All Acadia models offer three rows of seating, with GM’s Smart Slide feature –allowing for easier access to the third row — standard on all second-row configurations. Buyers have options ranging from base cloth seating to the Denali’s perforated leather. The Acadia offers an enormous 117 cubic feet of total cargo space. Options abound, including a heads up display, the SkyScape sunroof, rear-seat entertainment and a rear-view camera.

The 2011 Acadia is available with one engine/transmission combination, a version of GM’s high-feature, 3.6-liter direct-injected V-6 engine rated in the Acadia at 288 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque, mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. A lower center of gravity as well as an independent front and rear suspension offers drivers a better overall ride than more traditional body-on-frame SUVs.

The Acadia has a wealth of safety options, including six standard airbags, which are complemented by GM’s rollover sensing system that can deploy the side airbags if it detects a rollover is underway. Helping to prevent any possible rollover is GM’s StabiliTrak electronic stability control system with rollover mitigation technology, as well as traction control, and four-wheel disc brakes with ABS.

Bodystyles: Crossover SUV
Engine: 3.6L V-6
Transmissions: 6-speed automatic
Models: SL, SLE, SLT-1, SLT-2, Denali

EPA Fuel Economy
SL, SLE, SLT-1, SLT-2, Denali RWD: 17 mpg city/24 mpg highway
SL, SLE, SLT-1, SLT-2, Denali AWD: 16 mpg city/23 mpg highway

Price : $32,000 – $45,380

New Honda Jazz 2011 Specifications, Reviews

New Honda Jazz 2011 Specifications, Reviews, prices, what car reviews, PT. Honda Prospect Motor has officially launched the new Honda Jazz in Jakarta on May 19, 2011. New Honda Jazz is the third generation of the Honda Jazz which is produced by Honda. New Jazz has a sporty design coupled with spacious and flexible cabin, powerful engine combined with fuel efficiency, comfortful and ‘fun to drive’ also equipped with the innovative features typical of Honda which has always been a trendsetter in its class.

New Honda Jazz comes with 8 colors of choice : Alabaster Silver Metallic, polished Metal Metallic, Crystal Black Pearl, Brilliant White Pearl, Pearl Rallye Red, Cerulean Blue Metallic and two new colors new colors : New Fresh Lime Green Metallic and Midnight Blue Pearl.

New Honda Jazz is offered at a price of Rp. 198.5 million for S Manual type, Rp.208.500.000 for S Automatic type, Rp.214.000.000 for RS Manual type, and Rp. 224 million for RS Automatic type.

Exterior

The new hexagonal front grille design with the more luxurious metallic give the new Honda Jazz more sporty impression. At the rear, the new Honda Jazz is equipped with new tail light design with LED lights. For security improvement, the new Honda Jazz is also equipped with High Mount Stop Lamp LED that uses a new design. Sporty impression on the exterior appearance of the new Honda Jazz is by using new design 16″ alloy wheels on RS type and 15″ for S type.

Interior

The new Honda Jazz is designed to provide maximum spaciousness cabin, as well as higher utility and safety for drivers and passengers. New Honda Jazz is eq aipped with new audio system which compatible with iPod, iPhone, BlackBerry, USB, or MP3 Player. Orange glow that emanated from the audio system is also matching the color of the Multi Information Display LCD in the dashboard, thus providing a unified view and more stylish. Door handles and AC Panel also enhanced for ease of driver and passenger.

The new Honda Jazz is a car with the highest security level in the hatchback class. This was achieved by G-CON technology framework and ACEGM structure that has passed the strictest standards test in the world and managed to reach 6 stars from the Japan New Car Assessment (JNCAP) which is the highest rating in crash testing of world-class. New Honda Jazz body is also designed with the latest pedestrian injury reduction body stucture to protect pedestrians in case of collision.

New Honda Jazz Specs :

Speaking of load capacity, cargo capacity behind the offer well above its class, offers the normal capacity of 399 liters, 337 liters divided into 64 top in the cockpit and under, while completely destroying the back seat you get 1320 liters. The range comprises machines as in the previous two petrol engines of 1.2 liters and 1.4 liters, which you can be equipped with automatic transmission is continuously variable (CVT).

Starting from bhp 1.2-liter compact 90 and 114 Nm of torque, the values that give cues from 0 to 100 km / h in 12.6 seconds and a top speed of 177 km / h, while fuel consumption and emissions are reported at l/100 5.3 km and 23 g / km of CO2. A top of the range is the 1.4-liter honest 100-hp and 127 Nm of torque that provides a step from zero to 100 km / h in 11.4 seconds and a top speed of 182 km / h, while fuel consumption and emissions go up slightly compared with version 1.2-liter: 5.5 l/100 km and 126 g / km are the values reported by the House in the combined cycle.

To improve comfort and reduce noise from cars, the engineers of Japan has taken on the suspension Jazz department, thereby improving the absorption of bumps in the road surface and optimizing the grip car. But more under the hood of a new city car debut in Japan definitely Jazz Hybrid version in, the range of 2011 which uses the same technology used by other legitimate home models, such as Insight and the CR-Z.

This system uses a heat engine 1.3 i-VTEC 98 hp and 167 Nm of torque combined with an electric motor powered by batteries located under the trunk and the CVT automatic gearbox. Hybrid system allows the Jazz to consume only 4.4 l/100 km and CO2 emissions to stop only 104 g / km. Jazz 2011 is available in 4 specifications called S, Trend, Comfort and Elegance, combined with two gasoline engines and hybrids.

Standard features entry-level 1.2 S includes six airbags, electric windows and central locking, electronic stability control, audio system with MP3-CD player. Find the stairs up version 1.2 Trend steps that add manual controls allocation of the previous climate and some chrome interior trim, while the 1.4-liter engine, still in development trends, add a USB input and steering wheel controls for radio ‘, electric windows and rear trunk modulated.
Richest Comfort and Elegance is designed specifically for hybrid engines and 1.4-liter: Comfort adds alloy wheels and automatic climate control, in addition to Elegance panoramic roof and rear window fainted. Honda Jazz 2011 is already available at dealers in Japan Building with prices starting at € 12,350, 1.2 liter Trend reported that 18 950 to the version of Elegance 1.4-liter gasoline range.

Hybrid versions instead of departing from and arriving to 19.990 € 18 550 € for the full version of Elegance. Noted that gasoline-powered version of Jazz is guaranteed for 3 years or 100,000 km, while the hybrid version is up to 5 years.

2011 Gumpert Tornante by Touring Review

2011 Gumpert Tornante by Touring Review, what car reviews, Gumpert has the first details and also the first official picture of the supercar Tornante. The model will be powered by a biturbo 4.2 liter V8 engine that develops an amazing 700HP and has a bright chrome-molybdenum steel space frame with a carbon fiber monocoque.

This new model will be a new standard for high-end engineering and Gumpert, sportiness and elegance will come together to the street-legal performance of the Apollo to close. The Superleggera will have composite body panels placed on a space frame and a carbon fiber monocoque. These elements will Tornante too much larger than the Apollo. it does not sound like the exterior design for the Tornante is all that different from the Apollo. The biggest difference we can see is the open top, which leads us to believe that the double doors will be removed from the overall design.

And we can not forget that awful gold paint finishes call. Of course, these are just sketches at the moment, so we’ll have to wait until the Geneva Motor Show all details for the Gumpert Tornante by Touring gets after its official debut. In developing the 2-seater coupe, a design was commissioned TOURING add elegance, space and comfort to a package rooted in motorsport engineering and competition. The result is aimed at the opening of a new class with attributes of superior efficiency, performance and pleasure: the Fast Tourers.

GUMPERT Apollo Speed

GUMPERT Apollo Speed. This car is so strong with an Apollo urbo cylinder it gives 650/700/800 HP. It so fast. Can reach speed till 100 km/ hour in 3 second. A speed with 200 km/ hour can reach only in 8.9 second. The maximum speed is 360 km / hour.price for the GUMPERT is about € 301.600.

2011 Honda CR-Z Alpha Black label Reviews

Fresh air for those who like sports car Honda CR-Z. Japanese manufacturer Honda unveiled the CR-Z Alpha edition of Black Label. The car was to strengthen the CR-Z hybrid.

To keep the car features the Honda CR-Z Alpha Black Label, Honda only produced in limited editions.

Unfortunately there is no mention of volume however, the Honda car membanderol for 2.510 million yen for U.S. $ 32,000.

Honda CR-Z Alpha Black Label got a touch on the alloy wheel of his black-dominated and also uses a new color variant of Premium Yellow Pearl for colornya body as a new touch to the exterior.

The interior of the CR-Z Alpha Black Label special edition has been enhanced by the black color from the front seats, door linings, meter visor to the shift boot. In addition the gas pedal, brake and clutch pedal gets a touch of color such as silver premium at the CR-Z JCOTY edition.

Although still relying on the Honda i-VTEC engine of 1500 cc that combined batteries of the Integrated Motor Assist (IMA), Honda claims the CR-Z Alpha Black label edition is to get additional power of 14 HP so that the total HP is owned by the CR-Z by 124 HP with torque of 131 lb-ft.

Holden Commodore

Holden Commodore. Inside the cabin, this car has fully equipment with entertainment (MP3 Player, USB, Ipod). All of the entertainment system is controlled via the touch screen. It also has a good engine,, engine 3.0 liter, v6 sidi, more efficient.

Holden has revealed the 2010 Commodore, a model identical to the 2009 model. Holden Commodore will wear the acronym SIDI on its flanks (Spark Ignition Direct Injection). The SIDI-equipped engine will power Omega and Berlina sedans, and they are also slated to get a long awaited six-speed transmission to replace their four-speed units. Calais and SV6 trim levels, on the other hand, will get the 3.6-liter SIDI engine that pumps out out 210 kW (281 hp) and 350 Nm (258 lb-ft).

The Honda Accord 2011 Review

The Honda Accord 2011 Review, what car reviews, The 2011 Honda Accord is the eighth generation of the vehicle and sells it at a dealership. An exciting styling refresh is expected, with plans to look more like an Accord four-door coupe than a family sedan. Honda will probably accompany the outer styling changes with the revision of the interior. Read on for a preliminary review of car 2011 Honda Accord. The 2011 Accord, Honda is upping the ante yet again. The latest incarnation of the popular sedan – or coupe – which has a starting price between $ 22K and $ 32K away. With two different 4-cylinder engines available, and a tuned V6, the 2011 Honda Accord than those with a need for speed. Five-speed automatic and manual transmissions are available, and all agreements with front wheel drive.

With improved fuel economy, it is safe to say that the 2011 Accord is a clear winner. Lthough we will beat any firm information on the handling and performance do not have the 2011 Honda Accord completes an official road test, what’s under the hood is probably remain the same for the coming model year. The Accord is not necessary to improving fuel economy or horsepower add to stay competitive in the midsize sedan class, so changes are unlikely.

 

2012 Honda Fit Price, Review

2012 Honda Fit Price, Review, Specs, what car reviews, The Honda Fit is the most enjoyable to drive of the subcompacts. It’s also practical, economical, and roomy. The Fit was redesigned for 2009, just two years after its introduction. There were no changes last year, but the 2011 Fit adds electronic stability control, cruise control, remote entry, and USB interface to its list of standard equipment.

Found the 1.5-liter engine very smooth and powerful for an engine that small. It’s rated at 117 horsepower at a high-revving 6600 rpm, with 106 foot-pounds of torque at 4800 rpm. There’s never an issue with not enough torque, that force that propels you from intersections and up hills.

Mated to the 5-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters, it’s an exceptional powertrain. Most other subcompacts have 4-speed automatics. The Honda automatic has a sport mode that holds the transmission in gears longer when you’re in Drive, and not using the paddles for manual shifting. This sport mode is meant for sports-car-like driving, which the Fit likes. And the 5-speed manual gearbox is tight and fun, with a clutch that’s easy to use.

Fuel mileage is rated at 27/33 mpg City/Highway, or 28/35 for the base Fit with the 5-speed automatic.

Lineup

The 2011 Honda Fit comes in two models with three trim variations: Fit, Fit Sport, and Fit Sport with Navigation. The primary differences are in standard equipment and technology upgrades. The Fit Sport offers one-inch larger wheels, and the Fit Sport with Navi adds not only satellite navigation but also Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA).

The Honda Fit comes with a 5-speed manual gearbox or a five-speed automatic. Standard features include 15-inch steel wheels; telescoping steering wheel; power windows, mirrors (black outside) and locks; auxiliary input jack for your iPod; MP3/WMA playback; 160-watt stereo with four speakers; plus that equipment added for 2011: stability control, cruise control, remote entry, and USB interface.

Fit Sport upgrades with 16-inch alloy wheels, lower body flares, body-colored side mirrors, security system with keyless entry, leather-wrapped steering wheel, two more stereo speakers, map lights, fog lights, and other amenities. The Sport comes with a 5-speed manual or 5-speed automatic transmission with sport mode and paddle shifters. Fit Sport with Navi comes only with the 5-speed automatic with paddle shifters.

Walkaround

The Honda Fit wears the face of the future, with its wedge-shaped front end. People ask if it’s a hybrid or electric car, because it looks like it should be, so small and aerodynamic. It has a presence that reaches beyond its subcompact status. It wears red well, especially eye-catching and sporty in that color.

Honda calls Fit a five-door, and not a hatchback, probably because Americans don’t like the idea of hatchbacks. From the front 3/4 view, the Fit is more striking than the Ford Fiesta, Mazda2 and Toyota Yaris because of the sharpness of the nose and the mini-wagon body shape. It doesn’t have their roundness, looks more like a tiny wagon than a 5-door. It has a wide low stance, slight fender flares and sharp character lines along the sides. Also in the class are the Scion xD and Kia Soul, whose boxiness is another way to have fun. From the rear, the liftgate is like a mini SUV.

Interior

The first thing you notice when you climb in a Fit is how much room there is inside. It feels like a bigger car to the driver, partly because the dashboard is long to accommodate the raked windshield, and partly because there’s so much legroom in the front, again thanks to that rake.

The standard black cloth seats are wonderful. It’s a smooth comfortable material that’s pleasing to the touch, and the bolstering is just right, with excellent cornering support.; in fact the seats would work in a sports car.

Driving Impression

The 1.5-liter engine is very smooth and powerful, for an engine that small. It’s rated at 117 horsepower at a high-revving 6600 rpm. Mated to the 5-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters, it’s an exceptional powertrain. And the 5-speed manual gearbox is tight and fun, with a clutch that’s easy to use.

2012 Honda Fit Price :

MSRP range : $15,175 – $19,540

2012 Honda Fit Specs :

Drivetrain : Front Wheel Drive
Curb Weight (lbs) : 2496
City (MPG) : 27
Hwy (MPG) : 33
Horsepower : 117@6600
Torque (lb-ft) : 106@4800
Wheelbase : 98.4
Length (in.) : 161.6
Width (in.) : 66.7
Height (in.) : 60.0

2012 Honda Crosstour Price, Review

2012 Honda Crosstour Price, Review, Specs, what car reviews, The 2012 Honda Crosstour® approaches the crossover SUV formula from a distinctively sleek, sporty and fuel-efficient perspective while also maximizing the interior’s cargo capacity, versatility and premium feel.

The Crosstour’s exterior design emphasizes a bold, aerodynamic look that also conceals an accommodating rear cargo area with a large, lift-over tailgate. Premium interior styling, appointments and details extend from the passenger compartment all the way through the cargo area. An under-floor storage area in the rear of the vehicle adds functionality, while reversible cargo floor panels accommodate dirty objects.

The Crosstour is available in two trim levels, the Crosstour EX and EX-L, with Real Time™ 4WD also available on the EX-L model. For 2012, new features on the Crosstour EX include auto on/off headlights, a rearview camera, Bluetooth®1 HandsFreeLink® and USB audio interface. Two new colors are also available on all Crosstour models: Twilight Blue Metallic replaces Glacier Blue Metallic, and Basque Red Pearl replaces Tango Red Pearl.

The Crosstour comes standard with a 3.5-liter i-VTEC V-6 engine with Variable Cylinder Management (VCM) for power and efficiency. The engine produces 271 horsepower at 6,200 RPM and 254 lb-ft. of torque at 5,000 RPM, while achieving an EPA-rated city/highway/combined fuel economy of 18/27/21 mpg2 on 2WD models. Meanwhile the Crosstour EX-L with Real Time™ 4WD delivers an EPA-rated city/highway/combined fuel economy rating of 18/26/21 mpg2.

To maximize efficiency, the engine’s VCM cylinder deactivation system is programmed to run on 3, 4 or 6 cylinders, based on current power requirements, and a technologically advanced 5-speed automatic transmission is standard equipment. For true utility-vehicle capability, the Crosstour provides 6.2 inches of maximum ground clearance in addition to the available Real Time™ 4WD system.

Besides its new-for-2012 auto on/off headlights, Bluetooth HandsFreeLink and USB audio interface, standard features on the Crosstour EX include projector-beam headlights, fog lights, 17-inch aluminum wheels with P225/65R17 all-season tires, a moonroof, body-colored power side mirrors with defrost, chrome door handles, auto up/down driver and front passenger side windows and rear privacy glass.

Inside are dual-zone automatic air conditioning with second-row ventilation, a 360-watt AM/FM 6-disc audio system with seven speakers, steering wheel-integrated audio controls, a compass and outside temperature indicator, cruise control, an easy fold-down 60-40 split rear seatback, a hidden removable utility box and more.

Crosstour EX-L adds 18-inch aluminum wheels with P225/60R18 all-season tires, leather-trimmed seating surfaces with heated front seats, a memory driver-side seat and memory side mirrors with reverse tilting capability, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and gearshift knob, Kevlar® cone audio speakers, front aluminum dome-type tweeter speakers, an auto day/night dimming rearview mirror, a HomeLink™ transmitter and a cargo privacy cover.

The Honda Satellite-linked Navigation System3 and the Real Time™ 4WD mentioned above are available together or separately on the Crosstour EX-L. The Navigation system includes a rearview camera with guidance lines integrated into the display.

Safety technology includes the Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) body structure, a Honda-exclusive body design that enhances occupant protection and crash compatibility in frontal collisions. Additional safety equipment on the Crosstour includes Vehicle Stability Assist™ (VSA®), anti-lock brakes with electronic brake distribution and brake assist, side curtain airbags with a rollover sensor, driver’s and front passenger’s side airbags with passenger-side Occupant Position Detection System (OPDS), dual-stage, multiple-threshold front airbags, and active front seat head restraints.

2012 Honda Crosstour Price :

MSRP range: $30,340 – $36,540

2012 Honda Crosstour Specs :

Drivetrain : Front Wheel Drive
Curb Weight (lbs) : 3852
City (MPG) : 18
Hwy (MPG) : 27
Horsepower : 271@6200
Torque (lb-ft) : 254@5000
Wheelbase : 110.1
Length (in.) : 196.8
Width (in.) : 74.7
Height (in.) : 65.7

 

2012 Honda Civic Si Price, Review

2012 Honda Civic Si Price, Review, Specs, what car reviews, Different names of manufacturer have color the market of variation. It is influence the kind of products which release in times. Each is improved of specific features that upgrade the quality for personal used. One of a kind is drive private transportation in terms of car. It has come from different names which define its specification in detail. Honda is taking the front line as one of the best manufacturers which offer eco-friendly used. As you know, green living is getting important to campaign. It is something which influences future life for getting protection against earlier extinction. It is needed to start as prevention before it gives much impact to global environment.

Car has merely become new way of lifestyle. Many people are interested to spend some of their money for making it exists. Honda Civic Si is included as one of the main choices around the world. It has earn good reputation of powerful engine toward economical used. It is upgraded of some stylish change toward the interior and exterior design which follows of big change toward the power train. The high revving of 2.0 liter 4 cylinder to turn 210 hp 2.4 liter four pots is beyond expectation. It is increase the function of torque in presence. The chassis is work quite good to balance the sporty model for crossing the road uptown. It is also supported of multimedia features such 360 watt 7 speaker audio system, mp3, usb, Bluetooth handsfree, auxiliary input, power accessories, stability control, ABS, and more. It is perfect for those who doesn’t like to quiet atmosphere while riding.

Honda has produced different series of car of various types. It is segmented to attach different needs in times. Here, you need to be selective while finding the perfect choice of Honda which may refers to Civic Si series. The money you will spend is guaranteed of satisfaction toward its maximum performance.

Basic specs :

Drivetrain Front Wheel Drive
Curb Weight (lbs) 2877
City (MPG) 22
Hwy (MPG) 31
Horsepower 201@7000
Torque (lb-ft) 170@4400
Wheelbase 103.1
Length (in.) 176.1
Width (in.) 69.0
Height (in.) 55.0

Honda Civic Si Price : Update for November 2011

Avg. Paid:$16,235 – $22,492
MSRP: $15,605 – $21,955
Invoice: $14,388 – $20,212

2012 Honda CR-V Price, Review

2012 Honda CR-V Price, Review, Specs, what car reviews, Honda CR-V is definitely a mini SUV or compact SUV and is a suitable alternative for many. Since the car has been launched, it has gained extensive consumer satisfaction. It is definitely a family car and is preferred for long journey in uneven terrains. There are different models to choose from. It has the all wheel drive system and is considered a compact model and is surely a competition to the minivans. The interior is well equipped with high quality material and ensures you with a comfortable ride. The rear seats are also spacious. It is well known for a suitable and comfortable interior. All the models come with Bluetooth phone, streaming audio and Pandora interface. The latest model of Honda CR-V is definitely a head turner and is launched with advanced features and better quality performance than the earlier models of the class. The electronic power steering is excellently smooth and accurately light weightily designed. The current models of the Honda CR-V are Honda CR-V 2.4, Honda luxury CR-V 2.4 and Honda CR-V Sports 2.5.

Performance – 2012 Honda CR-V does not have the V6 engine or the six speed automatic transmission but still it provided with satisfying fuel efficiency. The five speeds automatic available in this model is also up to the mark. It has 2.4 liter four cylinder engine with 185 horsepower.

Handling and braking – The car requires precise handling and effortless handling on pavement ride. It also has strong brakes.

Safety – Honda CR-V is equipped with decent safety measures like electronic brake force, hill start assist, reverse parking sensors, disc brakes, child seat anchors, anti lock brakes and traction control. Airbags are also available for each passenger. Back up camera is also available in all standard CR-V models.
Reliability – It is generally provided with five year warranties.

2012 Honda CR-V Specs :

the 2012 Honda CR-V gets a 185-horsepower, 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine and five-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel drive is optional, but it’s a new version of the company’s Real Time AWD system that no longer needs to spin the front wheels before sending power to the rear. In part thanks to taller gearing, EPA fuel economy ratings have risen significantly, up to 23/31, and it’s the highest-mileage AWD crossover in this class, according to Honda.

The last-generation CR-V stood out for its almost minivan-like interior, and the new version looks like no letdown with respect to space-efficiency or versatility. In fact, its rear-seat design allows you to fold portions of it forward with a simple tug of one strap–as the seat folds forward in several steps, all part of one fluid motion.

Honda has stepped up with respect to tech features; Bluetooth connectivity and streaming are standard across the model line, and there’s a new i-MID display plus Pandora streaming audio through a smartphone app.

2011 Honda Odyssey Touring Review

2011 Honda Odyssey came back with a new attraction with a fairly elegant design with the Elite Touring package with leather interior, navigation system with voice recognition, rear-seat entertainment with a 16.2-inch split-screen, and cool box in the center stack. On a test track, 248-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 gives us run 7.4-second 0-60 mph, and is expected to return 19/28 mpg city / highway.

Odyssey has a very spacious cabin space that can accommodate 8 adults. With a very spacious room you can store your luggage while traveling. Making it easier for you to choose what items would you take it with this Odyssey car.

During the first few weeks of driving the Odyssey, the flexibility of split personality and luxury is what seems to me the most. Without the second and third row, you have a transport capacity of 148.5 cubic feet. On the other hand, leather seats, navigation system, Bluetooth HandsFreeLink and audio streaming, satellite radio, power doors, and a backup camera to make the trip in the Odyssey about as sophisticated as in a luxury sedan.

We are obviously delighted to have another mini-van in the fleet and look forward to putting many miles on this vehicle. And we will put this Honda to test, carry a lot of equipment and a lot of people. We’ll see whether this all-new Odyssey for it.
Price : US$ 41,840

2011 Honda Pilot Review

Pilot 2011 is a vehicle that families turn when they find you can not get the Honda Odyssey minivan with all-wheel drive. Like the Odyssey, Pilot can accommodate as many as eight people and offers only V-6 engine. This pilot has a five-speed automatic transmission and it can have on the front and all-wheel drive of approximately $ 29,000 in base form of the LX $ 40,000 as a full Touring model.

Pilot 3.5-liter V-6 makes 250 horsepower at 5700 rpm and 253 pound-feet of torque at 4800 rpm. All Pilot trims benefit from the Variable Cylinder Management technology of Honda, which allows the engine to operate on three or four cylinders under certain conditions to conserve fuel. Efficiency is the average in the Pilot 2011 for its class. All-wheel-drive models rated 16/22 mpg city / highway, while front-wheel-drive 2011 Pilot get 17/23 mpg. We will do harm if our readers do not mention that the Odyssey minivan at the price – with a larger interior – is EPA-rated at 18/27 mpg and 19/28, depending on transmission.

For the 2011 model year, Honda is now making a navigation system available on the EX-L model and the range-topping Touring models. If not, 2011 is a carryover year for pilots, who can get a small redesign for model year 2012.

Honda may not be messy with seating eight passengers, the interior packaging is an achievement that is above the average for middle grade crossing. Towing capacity of the Pilot 2011 with front-wheel drive is 3500 pounds and 4500 pound all-wheel-drive models. The radius of 38.6 feet and spinning is respectable, even if you bring three rows of seats worth of people, cargo capacity is 18.0 cubic feet. Expands to 47.7 cubic feet numbers when you fold down the second row seats and 87.0 cubic feet when second and third row seats folded flat.

 

Hyundai 2011 Verna Review

Hyundai 2011 Verna Review & Price, what car reviews, Today is a very special day for us, not only because we are launching a new car, but because it is one of the few times we have done a world premiere outside Korea: We chose to do it right here in China because our way of recognizing how important our Chinese customers for us, “Euisun Chung, vice president of Hyundai Motor said today at the Beijing Auto Show. To minimize fuel consumption without sacrificing performance, New Verna is powered by the new generation of gasoline engine with multiport fuel injection. Verna delivers best-in-class fuel economy in line with the commitment of Hyundai’s eco-industry leader.

And it fully meets China’s fuel economy rules Step 3 – two years ahead of schedule. With all aluminum construction for weight saving, 1.6L DOHC Gamma provides 90.4Kw at 6300rpm and 155Nm of torque @ 4200rpm peak through a smooth-shifting four-speed automatic transmission. For price-conscious car buyers, the basic New Verna presented with the 1.4L DOHC edition of the Gamma, which juts out at 6300rpm and 5000rpm 78.7Kw 135.4Nm and comes with a choice of five speed manual or four-speed automatic. Fuel consumption is rated 5.7 l / 100km with the manual, 6.2 l / 100km with the automatic (1.4L with Fuel Economy Package).

Model Ex-Showroom Price (Rs.)
Verna 1.6 VTVT (BS IV) 657,364
Verna 1.6 VTVT WITH AUDIO (BS IV) 675,804
Verna 1.6 SX VTVT (BS IV) 751,869
Verna 1.5 CRDi VGT (BS IV) 789,350
Verna 1.5 CRDi VGT WITH AUDIO (BS IV) 807,891
Verna 1.5 SX CRDi VGT (BS IV) 858,627
Verna 1.5 SX CRDi VGT AT (BS IV) 923,013

New Hyundai Genesis Coupe Price, Review

New Hyundai Genesis Coupe Price, Review, Specs, car reviews, Hyundai has always been known for its surprises. Over the past couple of years the Automobile Company has gone through major evolutions to come up with the best. No wonder critics have been so eagerly waiting for the all new Hyundai Genesis Coupe.

New Hyundai Genesis And Specs

The new look and feel:
• Hyundai Genesis Coupe is a changed car. The new look almost changes the car and make it largely dissimilar to its previous model. With its sculptured hood and angular headlights, instead of appearing sleek the car now looks more aggressive and powerful. Though some may not like the look at first, many will prefer it soon.
• Not only has the external façade changed, the Hyundai Genesis Coupe has undergone some major changes in its interiors too. The interior looks and feels better than before with additional features displaying the fuel economy, oil temperature etc. Additional gauges show the torque output and boost pressure. The interior looks different also due to a telescoping steering blue and blue semantics system.

Increased performance:

• Hyundai Genesis Coupe does deliver increased performance and is bound to impress one and all. There has been an increase in both the engine capacity as well as rise in the torque. The engine is also powered with a larger intercooler.
• Fuel economy increases, though it could have increased much more. Nevertheless saving fuel, no matter how less is always a welcome feature.
• The Power of the Hyundai Genesis Coupe is up and increased to almost thirty percent. This guarantees a pleasurable and fast ride for everyone.
• With the increase in its power and the overall betterment of the engine, the Hyundai Genesis Coupe is almost as good as a sports car. You can now speed away, no matter which terrain you are in.
• Hyundai Genesis Coupe offers a tighter steering ratio. This feature is almost a blessing as it allows you to drive through the tricky corners easily.

New Hyundai Genesis Coupe Price

The price for this car is about $24,250

2012 New Hyundai i20 Reviews

Silently turns Hyundai i20 is the latest test. A car was terjepret last i20 camera is being tested at a testing facility in Europe.

Hyundai i20 which terjepret this camera is the first photo illustrates a new form of car that reportedly will soon enter the global market in 2012.

Hyundai i20 was brought by a truck to the testing center of Hyundai in Europe, then that form South Korea’s new car is revealed.

From the photos can be seen spyshot some changes made by Hyundai for the hatchback 5-door flagship. The biggest changes seen in front of the car that looks fresher.

While the body design of this car line following the line of Hyundai’s latest design. Similarly, the rear lights that also appear to have a new design.

Unfortunately, due to limited space, the inside of the cabin is not visible so it is unknown how about the changes.

Similarly, the kitchen runway this car. But since this is just a facelift, it’s likely that the machine will still diusungnya 1.2-liter and 1.4 liter petrol and 1.4-liter diesel Hyundai i20 as a sling now.

2012 Hyundai Genesis Price, Review

2012 Hyundai Genesis Price, Review & Picture – New Car Reviews, Hyundai has introduced an all-new model for 2012; the 5.0 R-Spec. This model packs a 5.0-liter V8 producing 429 horsepower and 376 pound-feet of torque. The Genesis has more standard equipment including LED headlight accents and daytime running lights, and outside mirror puddle lamps. Hyundai has added a more aggressive front fascia with larger intake openings, and redesigned headlights and taillights.

The award-winning Hyundai Genesis enters 2012 as strong as ever, unfortunate news for Mercedes-Benz and BMW. It has received exterior design improvements, new direct-injection technology for its Lambda V-6 engine, a new eight-speed automatic transmission, and enhanced chassis tuning. The 3.8-liter engine produces 333 horsepower and 291 pound-feet of torque, while the 4.6- liter engine produces 385 horsepower and 333 pound-feet of torque.

Hyundai has made the Genesis exterior even better for 2012, giving it a more aggressive appearance. This starts with the new front fascia and larger intake openings. Also, the headlights have been redesigned, adding LED accents and daytime running lights. The 17-inch alloy wheel design has been freshened. Adding to the sporty design is the side window surround that received a sporty brushed aluminum finish. New dual asymmetrical exhaust tips have been added, along with a new rear bumper fascia.

The interior of the 2012 Genesis is roomy, with a total volume of 125.3 cubic feet, and a cargo volume of 15.9 cubic feet. The interior is covered with woodgrain accents. Hyundai offers a seven-inch navigation touch screen with features such as XM Nav Traffic. The 4.6 and R-Spec models come standard with leather-wrapped dash and door trim inserts.

It all starts with the new R-Spec model. This sedan packs a lot of power with 429 horsepower and 376 pound-feet of torque. However, there’s no mistaking that this is a large sedan with a curb weight of 4046 pounds, although the new eight-speed automatic transmission should improve driving dynamics.

The 2012 Hyundai Genesis has 8 airbags: dual front airbags, front and rear seat-mounted side impact airbags, and roof-mounted side curtain airbags. A four-channel, four-sensor anti-lock braking system with electronic brake-force distribution is also standard.

Body style: Sedan
Engines: 3.8L V-6, 4.6L V-8, 5.0L V-8
Transmissions: Eight-speed automatic
Models: 3.8, 4.6, 5.0 R-Spec

EPA Fuel Economy
3.8L: 19 mpg city/ 29 mpg highway
4.6L: 17 mpg city/ 26 mpg highway
5.0L: 16 mpg city/ 25 mpg highway

Price : $34,200 – $46,500

2012 Hyundai Genesis Price, Review

2012 Hyundai Genesis Price, Review, Specs, what car reviews, The Genesis is Hyundai’s rear-wheel-drive sedan that first took Hyundai upscale to compete with entry-luxury sport sedans. Powered by V6 or V8 engines, Hyundai describes the Genesis as delivering the interior luxury of top European luxury sedans, world-class driving dynamics and the latest high-tech features at the price of entry-level premium brand vehicles. Hyundai has built a solid reputation with inexpensive, practical vehicles that offer a high level of content and with the Genesis Hyundai looks to move the brand up-market.

The Hyundai Genesis is aptly named. Although the Korean automaker’s luxury sedan isn’t creating a new segment from scratch, it has created a category in which performance, power, luxury and comfort exist in balance with incredible value. Simply put, no other car offers so much for so little as the 2012 Hyundai Genesis.

Body Styles, Trim Levels, and Options

The 2012 Hyundai Genesis is a full-size, rear-wheel-drive luxury sedan available in 3.8, 4.6 and 5.0 R-Spec trim levels (the numbers denote engine displacement).

The Genesis 3.8 comes standard with 17-inch wheels, automatic headlights, foglights, heated mirrors, a sunroof, keyless ignition/entry, cruise control, dual-zone automatic climate control, an eight-way power driver seat (includes power lumbar), a four-way power passenger seat, heated front seats, leather upholstery, a tilt steering wheel, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, Bluetooth and a seven-speaker sound system with CD player, satellite radio, auxiliary audio jack and an iPod/USB interface.

The Premium package adds 18-inch wheels, a sunroof, automatic wipers, power-folding side mirrors, a power tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, leather dash and door trim, driver memory functions, a power rear sunshade, a rearview camera, a navigation system with real-time traffic, a 7-inch touchscreen interface and a 14-speaker Lexicon surround-sound system with a CD/DVD player.

The Technology package adds or supplements Premium package equipment with adaptive HID headlights, front and rear parking sensors, adaptive cruise control, a lane-departure warning system, an electronic parking brake, upgraded leather upholstery, a ventilated driver seat, heated rear seats, an enhanced Bluetooth system, a rotary-knob based multimedia interface with 8-inch display, and a 17-speaker Lexicon audio system with HD radio and an in-dash six-CD/DVD changer.

The Genesis 4.6 includes Premium and Technology features as standard equipment but substitutes a wood-trimmed steering wheel for a leather-wrapped piece. The Genesis 5.0 R-Spec incorporates all Premium and Technology package features, plus 19-inch wheels and sport-tuned transmission, suspension and steering. High-performance summer tires are optional on the R-Spec.

Powertrains and Performance

The 2012 Hyundai Genesis 3.8 gets a 3.8-liter direct-injected V6 that produces 333 hp and 291 pound-feet of torque. Like every Genesis, rear-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic transmission with manual shift control are standard. Based on testing of last year’s less powerful Genesis 3.8, we expect the 2012 version to hit 60 mph in about 6 seconds. EPA-estimated fuel economy is 19 mpg city/29 mpg highway and 22 mpg combined.

The Hyundai Genesis 4.6 features a 4.6-liter V8 good for 378 hp and 324 lb-ft of torque with regular gas, and 385 hp and 333 lb-ft of torque with premium. Estimated fuel economy is 17/26/20.

The Hyundai Genesis 5.0 R-Spec joins the lineup with a 5.0-liter direct-injected V8 making 429 hp and 376 lb-ft of torque.

Safety

The 2012 Hyundai Genesis comes standard with antilock brakes with brake assist, traction and stability control, active front head restraints, front and rear side airbags and side curtain airbags. Parking sensors, lane-departure warning and a rearview camera are optional on the 3.8 and standard on the 4.6 and 5.0 R-Spec.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, meanwhile, awarded the Genesis the best possible score of “Good” in its frontal offset, side and roof strength tests.

Interior Design and Special Features

If not for the sweeping “H” logo on the Genesis’ steering wheel, most people would likely think they’re driving a Lexus. This is especially true of the fully loaded model, which offers a full complement of modern comforts and conveniences wrapped in interior materials that feel rich and well-built. The Genesis cabin clearly takes aim at the Japanese luxury standard-bearer, as even the crisp, bright electroluminescent gauges have a Lexus-like appearance.

Controls are well laid out throughout the Genesis price and trim range, while the task of commanding the more complicated available electronic systems — included with navigation — is accomplished with either a touchscreen or control knob and visual display. We wish there were stereo preset buttons with the latter setup, however, as it can take awhile to click and turn your way to the radio station you want. The multi-speaker Lexicon sound systems are also very impressive, with the 17-speaker version being one of the best systems found in any car at any price.

Befitting a luxury touring car, the front seats of the Genesis provide plenty of comfort for both driver and passenger on longer trips. The same can be said of the rear seats, which offer optional heaters, in addition to the ample head- and legroom afforded backseat passengers. The rear seats don’t fold down for additional cargo space, but a pass-through feature accommodates longer items that won’t fit in the 15.9-cubic-foot trunk.

Driving Impressions

The soft ride of most 2012 Hyundai Genesis models is a good indicator of the car’s luxury intentions, and thankfully it lacks the disconnected float that characterizes some other sleepy cruisers. When called upon, the Genesis can perform evasive maneuvers predictably and with little drama. Steering doesn’t provide much feedback, but it’s reasonably precise and suits the car’s purpose. Thanks to extensive sound insulation, the Genesis is also a remarkably quiet car.

Engine power also more evenly matches other premium brands, with Genesis V6 and V8 models delivering smooth and linear acceleration. The new 5.0 R-Spec is just downright fast, matching the acceleration potential of V8-powered sport sedans that cost thousands more. However, unlike its regular Genesis counterparts, the R-Spec suffers a firm ride over broken pavement that sets it apart in a bad way from those aforementioned sport sedans.

 

2012 Hyundai Genesis Specs & Price :

4dr Sdn V6 3.8L

Specs :
* Transmission: Automatic
* Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive
* MPG: 19 City / 29 Hwy
* Engine: Gas V6 3.8L/231
* Horsepower: 333 @ 6400
* Torque: 291 @ 5100 3.8L/231

Price :
* MSRP: $34,200
* Invoice: $32,070
* Nat’l Avg. Paid: $33,286

4dr Sdn V8 4.6L

Specs :
* Transmission: Automatic
* Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive
* MPG: 17 City / 26 Hwy
* Engine: Gas V8 4.6L/282
* Horsepower: 385 @ 6500
* Torque: 333 @ 3500 4.6L/282

Price :
* MSRP: $44,500
* Invoice: $41,204
* Nat’l Avg. Paid: $43,003

4dr Sdn V8 5.0L R

Specs :
* Transmission: Automatic
* Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive
* MPG: 16 City / 25 Hwy
* Engine: Gas V8 5.0L/307
* Horsepower: 429 @ 6400
* Torque: 376 @ 5000 5.0L/307

Price :
* MSRP: $46,500
* Invoice: $43,044
* Nat’l Avg. Paid: $44,889

2012 Hyundai Equus Price, Review

2012 Hyundai Equus Price, Review, Specs, what car reviews, Hyundai’s flagship 2012 Hyundai Equus successfully competes with the best sedans in the world, while adding a new level of customer experience to luxury car ownership. Since its introduction, Equus has outpaced its sales and market share expectations.

Enhancements to the 2012 model build upon this momentum. Most notably, the 2012 Hyundai Equus will now feature Hyundai’s most powerful engine ever, the new direct injection 5.0-liter Tau V8 engine. The new engine produces 429 horsepower and is mated to a new in-house eight-speed transmission providing 2012 Hyundai Equus drivers more power and refinement.

2012 Hyundai Equus specs

The 5.0-liter cylinder bore was increased from 92 mm to 96 mm for a total displacement of 5.0 liters (5,038cc). In addition to the large displacement, direct injection technology has been added. This high-pressure direct injection system (over 2,200 psi) dramatically increases power and torque while reducing fuel consumption and emissions. Compression ratio has been increased from 10.4 to 11.5:1 for greater thermal efficiency and output. The Tau also receives a revised bed plate for improved block rigidity and lower NVH as well as camshaft carriers and a roller timing chain to improve valvetrain stability.

This new V8 engine still offers all of the premium engine technology from the 4.6-liter V8, including Dual Continuously Variable Valve Timing (D-CVVT), a tuned variable induction system, and low-friction diamond-like coatings (DLC) on piston skirts, rings and tappets. Even with these impressive power increases, fuel economy is estimated at 15 mpg city, 23 mpg highway and 18 mpg combined.

The Tau 5.0-liter V8 engine is coupled with a new Hyundai-developed eight-speed transmission with SHIFTRONIC® manual shift capability. The new transmission adds two additional ratios to enhance acceleration, shifting smoothness, and transmission efficiency by more than six percent compared to last year’s six-speed.

PREMIUM REAR-WHEEL-DRIVE ARCHITECTURE
2012 Hyundai Equus is the third rear-wheel-drive product in Hyundai’s lineup and boasts an excellent 52/48 front-to-rear weight distribution for exceptional handling and more refined steering characteristics. 2012 Hyundai Equus reduces interior noise levels and improves ride and handling with a stiff, light-weight body structure. The use of high-tensile steel in critical areas throughout the unibody provides 2012 Hyundai Equus with significantly higher dynamic torsional rigidity and a lower body structure weight, despite having a spacious interior cabin.

LUXURY SEDAN STYLE WITH ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES
The design of the 2012 Hyundai Equus is handsome and pleasing to the eye. The rear-end treatment is progressive with bold taillights, strong shoulders and an overall look of precision. This look is accomplished through fully-integrated asymmetrical exhaust tips and rear LED turn signal indicators. The side silhouette is refined, with character lines that accent the rear fenders and a new satin chrome side window daylight opening finish.

Upfront is a subtle horizontal radiator grille and well-proportioned headlamps with jeweled detailing. LED turn signals are inside the HID headlamps along with an adaptive front lighting system with white LED position lamps. The lower air intakes are bold and add to the positive reaction of the overall design. To assist in parking and navigating blind corners and alleys in urban driving, there is an optional forward-view cornering camera integrated into the grille.

2012 Hyundai Equus price

The hyundai price is still unknows, becuse the hyundai still working the car.

2012 Hyundai Elantra Touring Price, Review

2012 Hyundai Elantra Touring Price, Review, Specs, what car reviews, The Elantra Touring is Hyundai’s compact 5-door hatchback that joined the Hyundai lineup for 2009 alongside the Elantra sedan that was redesigned for the 2007 model year. The Elantra Touring is based on the i30 CW model designed for the European market and is the first compact 5-door with standard Electronic Stability Control. Compact and functional with a practical 5-door hatchback design, the Elantra Touring features sport suspension, responsive steering and available 16-inch or 17-inch alloy wheels for sporty driving dynamics.

The 2012 Hyundai Elantra Touring may have Elantra in its name, but it’s not to be confused with Hyundai’s handsomely styled four-door sedan. “Touring” indicates that it’s a hatchback, and a pretty good one in fact. However, the Touring is actually based on the previous-generation Elantra, and while it has many virtues, this hatchback can’t boast the new Elantra sedan’s many new strong suits.

Body Styles, Trim Levels, and Options

The 2012 Hyundai Elantra Touring is a four-door hatchback available in two trim levels. Standard equipment on the base GLS model includes 15-inch steel wheels, heated outside mirrors, full power accessories, keyless entry, air-conditioning, a tilt-only steering wheel, cloth upholstery, 60/40 split-folding rear seats and a six-speaker sound system with a CD player, an auxiliary audio jack, an iPod/USB audio interface and satellite radio. Opting for the Preferred package gets you 16-inch alloy wheels, roof rails, cruise control, driver seat height and lumbar adjustment, upgraded cloth upholstery, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel with audio controls, a trip computer and a retractable cargo cover.

The SE trim level includes the Preferred package items, but adds 17-inch alloy wheels, foglamps, a sunroof, leather upholstery, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob and heated front seats. SE models with the manual transmission get a sport shifter.

Powertrains and Performance

The 2012 Hyundai Elantra Touring is powered by a 2.0-liter inline-4 engine with an output of 138 horsepower and 136 pound-feet of torque. A five-speed manual transmission is standard and a four-speed automatic is an option.

The EPA estimates fuel economy at 23 mpg city/31 mpg highway and 26 mpg for combined driving with a manual transmission, while automatic-transmission models get 23/30/26 mpg.

Safety

All 2012 Hyundai Elantra Touring models include antilock disc brakes, traction and stability control, front-seat side airbags, side curtain airbags and active front head restraints.

Interior Design and Special Features

While the Elantra Touring’s interior was always pleasant enough in a utilitarian sort of way, Hyundai — and many of its competitors — have raised the bar significantly. As such, the cabin’s lack of style really makes it stand out in a crowd, and not in a good way. From a purely functional perspective, though, the dashboard’s simple gauges and controls are easy to see and operate.

The cabin gets good marks in terms of space, with adult-sized headroom and legroom in both the front and rear seats. Not surprisingly there’s an abundance of cargo room here too, including 24 cubic feet with the rear seats up and an impressive 65 cubic feet with them folded down — a number that’s on par with some small crossover SUVs.

Driving Impressions

The one place it’s possible to put the 2012 Hyundai Elantra Touring’s shortcomings aside is on the road. Though the 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine’s 138-hp output may not sound all that impressive, it manages to feel a lot more sprightly than that number might suggest. That said, the engine does sound a bit strained when pushed hard.

Another pleasant surprise is the nicely tuned suspension, which produces good handling, though the steering feels a little too light. The combination of decent ride quality and a quiet cabin only add to the overall driving experience.

 

2012 Hyundai Elantra Touring Price :

MSRP range: $15,995 – $20,295
Invoice price range: $15,539 – $19,443

2012 Hyundai Elantra Touring Specs :

Drivetrain : Front Wheel Drive
Curb Weight (lbs) : 2937-3080
City (MPG) : 23
Hwy (MPG) : 31
Horsepower : 138@6000
Torque (lb-ft) : 136@4600
Wheelbase : 106.3
Length (in.) : 176.6
Width (in.) : 69.5
Height (in.) : 59.8

Jaguar XJ Price, Review

Jaguar XJ Price, Review, Specs, what car reviews, The people would generally go for a car from this manufacturer, would have it in common knowledge, that the overall looks of this car would be excellent, and along with a peak performance that many people would not expect from such a high-end car, one would generally find that this is one of the ultimate car that they would love to own. Having an extreme pricing, one would generally expect that many luxurious items and facilities would be thrown in this car is added features, and the manufacturers of this car do not disappoint you at the all in such a regard. The fuel economy is not that good, but that is expected from such a high-end car with a very good engine, and many features that actually consume power more.

The space and comfort of this car is excellent, and you could generally say that luxurious things have been built for this car, and they have been the landmark for luxurious cars in all categories. People having driven this car have only told good things about this car, and the steering and the gearbox along with the handling and the riding of this car is excellent, something that is expected from such a car.

Base Price TBA
Drivetrain Rear Wheel Drive
Curb Weight (lbs) 4045
City (MPG) 16
Hwy (MPG) 23
Horsepower 385@6500
Torque (lb-ft) 380@3500
Wheelbase 119.4
Length (in.) 201.7
Width (in.) 74.6
Height (in.) 57.0

Jaguar XJ Price

Price for this Jaguar XJ is $67000 (update for September 2011)

Jaguar XJ Review and Features

Get ready to feel the powerful ride with the all new Jaguar XJ, the latest launched model by the extremely stylist brand Jaguar which is now loaded with a very strong V GEN III petrol engine 5.0 L tremendously charged AJ 8-cylinder along with high tech technology comprising of four-valve which will provide its owner a peak power of 385 PS at 6,500 rpm along with 515 Nm stir up at 3500 rpm.

Engine:

The extremely charged 5000cc engine of Jaguar comes with ‘ZF 6 speed transmission’ attached to it. This all-new model from the house of Jaguar, Jaguar XJ can be tagged as a luxury sedan which is filled with sophisticated and advanced technology and exciting features comprising of Active Differential Control, Adaptive Dynamics with continuous damping variable and air suspensions, quick power steering, front parking aid, LED tail lights, windscreen wipers that can sense rain, four zone climate control along with TFT-LCD instrument which is 12.3 inches and many more.

Mileage:

With the AJ V8 GEN III engine fitted with this latest model of Jaguar, XJ along with 5.0 L V8 petrol it guarantees you a maximum power of 385 PS at 6,500 rpm. It also produces a maximum torque of 515 Nm at 3,500 rpm which is no doubt quite impressive. The ‘ZF six-speed automatic transmission’ installed in Jaguar gives great strengths to power train which utilizes every drop of the fuel in your car, not wasting even a single drop. The standard mileage provided by Jaguar XJ is 5.8 kilometer per liter if you are driving in the city and 10.5 kmpl if you are on the highway.

Pick Up and Acceleration:

The super power train offers you maximum performance due to the ‘ZF six speed automatic transmission’ installed in the XJ which also gets the full credit for enhancing the easy handling of this recent model by Jaguar.