Monthly Archive: March 2015

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Honda Civic 2015

Changes include exterior styling updates on the Civic Coupe, premium interior refinements to all models, 7-inch capacitive touch-screen Display Audio, LaneWatch blind spot monitor, Smart Entry with Push Button, HondaLink connected-car technology, all-new CVT for gasoline only powered Coupe and Sedan. US models include Civic Coupe LX/EX with a 5-speed manual transmission or CVT, EX-L and EX-L Navi with CVT; Civic Sedan LX 5-speed manual or CVT, EX and EX-L and EX-L Navi and HF with CVT.[24] Changes to Civic Coupe include exterior design changes that include a more aggressive grille, hood, front fenders and headlight design; new taillight lenses,...

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Ford Focus 2015

In summer 2012 Ford launched the Focus ST which had 247 bhp from a 2.0L turbocharged ecoboost engine. Ford previewed the third generation facelifted model at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show and is set for a UK November launch. In August 2014, Ford announced it was recalling Focus ST hatchbacks sold in the United States, Canada and Mexico due to a wiring problem. Additionally, Ford also asked for dealers to stop test driving and selling select Focus and C-Max vehicles in late August. There was a potential issue found related to the steering assemblies. It was apparent for the manufacturer,...

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Chevrolet Cruze 2015

The new model was first announced for the Chinese market on the 2014 Shanghai Auto Show and will go on sale early in 2015. The 4-door model with a fastback design and a low drag coefficient of 0.28 comes with a choice of a 1.4 L (1,399 cc) turbocharged direct injection engine with a power of 110 kW (150 hp) @ 5600 RPM and torque of 235 N·m (173 lb·ft) @1600–4000 RPM, which can be mated with a six-speed manual transmission or seven-speed Start/Stop enabled dual-clutch gearbox, or a 1.5 L (1,490 cc) direct injection engine with a power of...

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BMW 5 Series (E39) Tuning

The BMW 5 Series (E39) is the generation of BMW 5 Series made between 1995 and 2003. The E39 series was the successor of the BMW 5 Series (E34) in 1995, and was replaced by the E60 in 2003. Sales to Germany and most of Western Europe began in 1995, and by 1996 sales to the rest of the world had commenced. A mid-generational refresh appeared in 2000, featuring minute detail changes. At launch, the base model was the 520i, which developed 112 kilowatts (150 hp) in the pre-update models, and 126 kilowatts (170 hp) in later models. An M5...