BMW M3 CSL: Triple Pleasure
Owners and fans of the famous Bavarian brand consider themselves to be sophisticated drivers, for good measure, because BMW cars have always been driving. By the way, the slogan of…

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Volkswagen Multivan T5: fifth went!
Outwardly, the seven-seater Multivan T5 is as strict and German as practical as the T4, although it is larger in size. The increase in length was 101 mm, in width…

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Successful exception
Having missed the Togliatti stage, the main forces joined the fight for the championship awards at Seliger. Plus, this rally was included in the standings of the new “Citroen Cup”.…

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now a newer platform

Why Hyundai can not do KIA

It happens that restyling is carried out only for show. Yes, the car has received new features, but soon they will become familiar and in the traffic flow you can’t really figure out – which modification is more recent, and which is dorestayling. The updated Elantra is unlikely to risk getting lost among previous versions. So what, and the exterior of this sedan really changed dramatically: the headlights became triangular and now literally wedged into the radiator grille, the trapezoid grille itself has more acute angles, a triangular block with “fog lights” and “turn signals” appeared on the sides, and the front bumper came out downright screaming. Continue reading

Fiat Punto : Like adults
The new “Punto”, like the previous one, is striking in the number of modifications: as many as eight engines, including one turbodiesel and mixed (gas-gasoline), four types of transmission (two…

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Geneva Motor Show: Alpine Ballads
More recently, Geneva without any problems entered the top three most environmentally friendly cities in the world, adding a pinch of attractiveness to Swiss banks, chocolate and ski resorts. History…

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Renault Scenic II: value "Scenic"
In the new "Scenic" you will not find a single line that would remind you of the model's predecessor generous in oval shapes, but there are more than enough parts…

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