By Adalbert Balmer. Car Review. Publised at Friday, December 01st 2017, 23:37:00 PM. Apart from the light and push bars, there are subtle ways to ID the PoliceInterceptor from a normal Taurus. The large, 18-inch steel wheels are an obviousgiveaway, and the car also eschews the standard Taurus three-bar grille in favor ofa black mesh insert. The car could look virtually stock if these were replaced withstandard Taurus parts — and we’re sure officers desiring the ultimate stealthcruiser will do just that.
By Mario Dresdner. Car Review. Published at Thursday, December 14th 2017, 14:24:38 PM. BMW’s unique 5 Series Gran Turismo may combine the passenger space of an executive sedan with the versatility of a wagon, but there are still some customers who simply desire a standard wagon. For them, BMW has crafted the new 2011 BMW 5 Series Touring.
By Adalbert Balmer. Car Review. Published at Thursday, December 14th 2017, 13:46:09 PM. The Cayenne could hardly be called a knockout when it stepped onto the scene back in 2002. But in the time since, the SUV with the Porsche snout has become the automaker’s best-selling vehicle. Even if the Panamera remains the way we see it now, it may still have a chance for success in the same way.
By Adalbert Balmer. Car Review. Published at Thursday, December 14th 2017, 10:53:24 AM. The most important changes to the S60 R-Design are under the hood, however.
By Adalbert Balmer. Car Review. Published at Thursday, December 14th 2017, 09:51:16 AM. Chevy isn’t short of powertrains for the Camaro, and like its coupe sibling, the convertible will be offered with an entry-level V-6 and move up to big-displacement V-8s. It’s very likely that high-performance variants to rival the Mustang’s GT offerings will also be rolled out, perhaps wearing the legendary SS badge.
By Adalbert Balmer. Car Review. Published at Thursday, December 14th 2017, 09:32:49 AM. For 2012, the Wrangler gets Chrysler’s fully contemporary Pentastar 3.6-liter V-6, a dual-overhead cam unit that features numerous advances in efficiency and noise reduction. Output jumps from 202 hp to 285 hp, and torque advances by about 10 percent, to 260 lb-ft. The 3.8’s best attribute was compactness, thanks to the low-profile overhead-valve layout. Squeezing the tall Pentastar V-6 under the hood was almost like getting Jay Leno jaw-first through the tiny door inside Alice’s Wonderland. Engineering chief Tony Petit lost a lot of sleep before adapting the powerplant with a revised throttle-body; a serpentine belt that would stay clear of water and mud; a high-mounted, rear-facing alternator; and unique exhausts. An acoustic cover helps to suppress noise.
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