The Mercedes 190 E 2.5- 16V Evo II is a legend and now priceless. How about a new edition based on the Mercedes-AMG C 63? The Mercedes 190 E 2.5-16V Evo II is a legend! In the 90s, the second stage of evolution was a real eye-catcher and no comparison to the staid standard 190s. Today the special model is extremely sought after and very expensive. How To Cars thinks it is time for a new edition, just in time for the 30th anniversary! New edition of the Mercedes-AMG C 63 Evo II The fender flares and the fixed rear spoiler are the distinguishing features of the Evo II!
Presentation of the Volkswagen Polo 1.0 TSI ComfortlinePresentation of the Volkswagen Polo 1.0 TSI Comfortline
Those who put together a coherent package tend to be more successful. Something that has honored Volkswagen and its Polo Comfortline right from the start. Turning on the home stretch: Volkswagen Polo This is how you imagine a sedan from Volkswagen, how it finds its attractive embodiment in the Polo.
And if you have, you can show it. For example the new Audi RS6 Avant. It can get off to a good start – from zero to 100 km / h in just 3.6 seconds. And he has a pretty powerful V8 under the hood. What can also be seen: Because the body of the station wagon is almost completely redesigned – quite crisp and sporty, at first glance there is no doubt about that.
2020 Toyota Avalon TRD Drivers’ Notes | A Delightful Shock2020 Toyota Avalon TRD Drivers’ Notes | A Delightful Shock
Cornering support know-how, so as to brake the inner wheel under vigor in curves so as to in the reduction of understeer. We get lighter 19-inch TRD wheels and larger brakes, but Toyota nonetheless makes use of the equal Michelin Primacy all-season rubber. That’s too bad, as the Camry TRD
Driving performance Indian Challenger: Strong challengerDriving performance Indian Challenger: Strong challenger
For a long time, there was something very straightforward and cozy about the American way of motorcycle travel. Highways to the horizon, speed limit 55 or 65 mph (88 or 102 km / h) and drive until the tank is empty. The large, air–cooled V2 with their quietly pounding pushrods are wonderfully suited for this. But what if you want to enjoy the curvy Highway No 1 in California with verve, but a convoy of campervans hampers visibility and free travel? Or a tractor in the Eifel or the family carriage in the Black Forest? Only good timing and a strong boost will help. Indian now offers an independent solution for precisely such cases. In the form of the challenger.