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By Florentin Vorgrimler. Car Review. Published at Wednesday, December 13th 2017, 08:27:52 AM. Engine choices are 2.4-liter four, 2.7-liter V-6, or 3.5-liter V-6.Only the largest engine comes with a six-speed automatic and offers the option of all-wheel drive. The other two get four-speed auto boxes and front-wheel drive only. (No manuals are offered in the U.S.A.) The Avenger is shown as a screaming red R/T model, highlights of which include the 3.5-liter, 18-inch wheels, and a rear spoiler. The Avenger arrives at dealerships in March.
By Mario Engelberg. Car Review. Published at Wednesday, December 13th 2017, 05:42:37 AM. The 2008 Dodge Caravan and Country look to be a strong riposte of the features seen on their competitors with add some latest twists of their own. The vehicles have all-new sheetmetal, with more squared-off styling.
By Mario Engelberg. Car Review. Published at Wednesday, December 13th 2017, 02:09:02 AM. To evaluate the tires, we recorded lap times around Tire Rack’s on-site track that combines a short slalom, three 90-degree right-handers, and two larger curves. The loop is relatively tight without elevation change, emulating an autocross course more so than a road course. Just fifty feet from the warehouse where hundreds of thousands of tires are stored, the track allows Tire Rack product experts to explore at-the-limit handling and transitions between braking, accelerating, and cornering, so they know the products they’re selling.
By Mario Engelberg. Car Review. Published at Tuesday, December 12th 2017, 22:15:52 PM. At the top of the ramp, a Land Rover person peeks in the window to make sure I engage Hill Descent Control, just as they’ve done every time we’ve confronted a grade bigger than the backside of a speed bump. I’ve had enough. “How about I just use my foot on the brake pedal?” I ask. Land Rover Guy does not like this idea. I contend that maybe you don’t always want to go the same speed all the way down a hill, or maybe you want to be ready to completely stop, and in any case you’ve got antilock brakes and stability control, so what exactly is Hill Descent bringing to the party, other than another off-roady-looking button on the console? He tries to explain how Hill Descent is somehow superior to the brake pedal, but in the meantime traffic is backing up behind us, so I activate it to appease him. Then I roll up the window and turn it right back off again, and somehow don’t slide to my death immediately thereafter. In conclusion, and in case you’ve missed my point, Hill Descent Control is silly.
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