Test-Drive Results Of The 2012 Volkswagen Passat V6

If there’s one thing that Volkswagen (VW) is known for, it’s its talent of designing cars that looks smaller on the outside but spacious on the inside. However, when it introduced the Passat V6, critics were surprised that VW ditched the small car signature look. However, before you buy the Passat V6, here are some things you should know about this car.
The Features of the Passat V6
When you see the Passat V6, it resonate a sporty aura. The outside feature and the matte texture of the colors give it the usual luxurious feel you regular see in luxury cars. This four door car is so unlike the other cars designed by VW.
When it comes to the interior of the Passat V6, the driver or its passengers will definitely feel the comfort from its leather seats. Noticeably, a minor feature like a removable plastic piece to accommodate cups while the driver or the passengers are on the go is likewise included. Can this be a plus factor? Most critics says no because it’s an obstruction on the center section of the car.
As to the sitting capacity of the Passat V6, it can impressively accommodate three basketball players; this means that it can accommodate maximum of five regular size passengers. The spacious feature can be found in its trunk area which gives it ideal maximum luggage capacity.
But what’s impressive with the Passat V6 is the fact that despite its bulkiness compared to other VW vehicles, it can be easily maneuvered as it turns into corners and challenging terrains. Perhaps one contributing factor for this is its complimentary ContiProContact all-season tires.
The overall road-test performance of the Passat V6 is indeed impressive and definitely would not disappoint any prospective auto buyer.

Auto Spotlight: The 2013 Audi RS4 Avant

The 2013 Audi RS4 Avant is definitely one satisfactory automobile investment. The overall features of the Audi RS4 Avant are the marriage of practicality and performance. The Audi automobile brand never fails to disappoint when it comes to the overall engine design and performance of its vehicles.
Dissecting the Features of the Audi RS4 Avant.
What is noticeable with the Audi RS4 Avant is its new look. Compared to its predecessors, the RS3, RS5, and RS6, the Audi RS4 Avant is sleeker with utilitarian feel to it.
One attractive feature of the Audi RS4 Avant is its fender flares. It can accommodate ten-spoke 20 inches wheels. As to its engine features, it comes complete with 4.2 liter V8 turbo engine. When put to use, it can deliver torque power and easy revving features. The engine can also deliver 4000 to 6000rpm delivering speed of 450hp at 8250rpm. When subjected to a test drive, the Audi RS4 Avant registered a speed of 60mph in just a quick 4.7 seconds. Not bad for the new Audi RS4 Avant considering that its predecessors were given mixed reviews in this aspect.
When it comes to maneuvering challenging terrain like curve roads and sharp corners, the transmission power of the Audi RS4 Avant is amazing. This is attributed to its seven-speed S tronic dual clutch transmission which allows the driver to swiftly change gears.
The surprising feature of the Audi RS4 Avant is its even weight distribution which makes it a positive contributing factor when it comes to drivability and maneuvering. In addition to this, the Audi RS4 Avant has effective and efficient brakes and none of the features of significant weight transfers found in its predecessors.
Indeed, Audi completely revised the overall performance of this automobile series.

The Finess of The 2012 BMW M6 Convertible

It is of popular opinion that this version of the M6 is more intriguing and more varied when it comes to its overall drivability features. The 2012 BMW M6 Convertible is sleeker and better looking with its frozen silver grey matte color. However, the color styling is not the winning points attributed to the 2012 BMW M6 Convertible.
The Winning Points of the 2012 BMW M6 Convertible
The interior of the M6 Convertible is well-designed. BMW has incorporated comfort and support with the interior design of the M6 Convertible. Here, the iDrive is already within the reach of the driver. It comes equipped with a 10.2 inches widescreen attached to a splendid leather dashboard.
If you want to avoid the harsh wind while driving you can easily roll up the car windows from the driver seat with the accessible control buttons.
Another attractive feature of the M6 Convertible is its adjustable and adaptive suspension which the driver can easily manage. It comes complete with a powerful motor and responsive chassis that can rival its counterparts like the Maserati GranCabrio, Jaguar XKR, or Mercedes SL.
The test drive results showed that overall smoothness can be attributed to the M6 Convertible. This is attributed to the twin-scroll turbine wheels that can respond well in road turns maintaining a constant speed. The 20 inches wheels can also be given positive points for the constant speed attribute.
When it comes to its engine features, the M6 Convertible is equipped with 560hp bi-turbo V8 engine; the specs of which can deliver serious velocity and constant speed. The overall technology feature of the M6 Convertible allows you to switch between Comfort Mode and Sports Mode; either way, the M6 Convertible is a smooth and delightful vehicle to drive.

Challenging The 2013 Porsche Boxster S

When it comes to convertibles, the 2013 Porsche Boxster S is one of the most appealing cars to date. When it had its test drive results, positive raves were awarded to the performance of the Boxster S. Find out why.
Dissecting the Performance of the 2013 Porsche Boxster S.
One positive feature of the Boxster S is its steering capability. Another is its overall engine features. The  Boxster S comes equipped with a 3.4 liters dispense from its flat-six engine that can deliver speed measured at 315hp at 6700rpm. The automatic Boxster S can register speed capability of 60mph in 4.7 seconds while its manual counterpart can deliver 60mph in 4.8 seconds.
When it comes to the Boxster S’ wheel and rim features, it is best suited with a 19 inches wheels with 235/40 for the front tires and 265/40 for the rear tires. What’s good about the Boxster S with regard to the wheels and rims is that it can be customized depending on the user’s ideal gear ratio, acceleration, and overall drivability.
It is important to note that the Boxster S is slightly lighter with its 2976 lb weight compared to its predecessor with its 3042 lb weight. Compared to its automatic counterpart, the manual Boxster S is weighed at 2910 lb.
Another positive feature of this convertible is its updated technological design which can be experienced with its in-car entertainment and bi-xenon headlights.
The Boxster S can boast about its overall transmission prowess. The Boxster S is capable of efficient and maximum torque vectoring power and dynamic transmission  capability. Powered by its electronic brakes, auto traction comes easy with this vehicle. Another positive technological feature of the Boxster S is its new start/stop technology.
With the Boxster S, Porsche redefined convertibles.

Examining The 2014 Bentley GT Speed

Luxury, finesse, and glamour; these are just few of the automobile adjectives you’ll be thinking when seeing the 2014 Bentley GT Speed. It’s one of the known supercars to date. If it’s considered a supercar, expect varied features and a steep price.
The Test Drive Findings of the 2014 Bentley GT Speed
There were several features that are being thrown at the GT Speed when its test drive results were showcased to the public. There were also surprising positive points awarded to this luxurious car. Here are some of the issues and positive points of the GT Speed.
One of the challenging environmental conditions challenging the overall drivability of the GT Speed is the rainy weather. When the GT Speed is being driven during a heavy downpour, the four-wheel drive system of the GT Speed efficiently apportioned the torque of the car to its tarmac resulting to efficient traction of its 5224 lb mass. The GT Speed’s efficient mechanism made it a safe vehicle to drive during heavy downpour, particularly in maneuvering curvy terrains.
One determining factor to know whether a car is efficient or not is its response to sharp curves. When it comes to that, the GT Speed’s speed-sensitive hydraulic system made it an efficient and responsive car to drive that can be maneuvered well during sharp curves.
When it comes to Torque power, Bentley made sure that the GT Speed’s torque features is efficient and competitive. The GT Speed has 5998cc W12 torque capability powered by large turbo-charged engine. With this torque and engine features, it was previously recorded that the GT Speed is capable of speed power measuring 616hp at 6000rpm resulting to a 590 lb-ft torque at 1700rpm.
Bentley again made a mark in automobile history with the GT Speed.

Road Testing The 2016 Volkswagen Golf GTD

Volkswagen (VW) vehicle enthusiasts have a reason to rejoice. This is because the features of 2016 VW Golf GTD is released to the public. This new European Golf GTD features the new modular construction technology designed uniquely by VW; offering edgy mechanical and technological features compared to its Mk6 monocoque counterpart.
Zoning in on the Marketability Features of the 2016 VW Golf GTD
When it comes to its engine power, the 2016 VW Golf GTD can be proud of its 184hp speed performance of 280 lb-ft powered by its 2.0L turbo diesel engine. Most critics that were given the chance to see the test-drive results of this vehicle observed that its low-end torque enabled the driver to have easy maneuvering and shifting of the vehicle’s gearbox. The quick gear shifting is attributed to this vehicle’s six gear feature.
The most praise that this car got is its GTI-inspired suspension which made it easy for the driver to make a precise turn in every corner as part of the road test challenge. To date, most critics give it the recognition as one of the easy to drive diesel cars.
However, one downside about this vehicle is the engine noise it emits while it is being driven. The noise emitted could possibly pose a problem because it can confuse the driver. When a car produces a similar engine noise, it usually means that more engine power is needed to drive it especially in overcoming steep terrain; which could prompt the driver to step on the gas. Considering that this car already have the necessary speed power, the driver can add more speed than is necessary.
With all the fantastic features of this car, there is much anticipation if its American counterpart can compete with it.

Classic Car Unveiled: The 2003 BMW M3

When you want to own a classic car, selecting the BMW brand is definitely a good choice. You will never go wrong if you invest in a BMW car. If you are looking to invest in one, the 2003 BMW M3 car can be a good investment.
Outlining the Attributes of the 2003 BMW M3
Almost ten years have passed since the 2003 BMW M3 was released to the market but still this car is considered one of the modern classic cars. Why? Because with the overall design and functionality of the 2003 BMW M3, you can be assured of the car’s luxurious feel and still delivering on the functionality factor.
If you buy this car now, you are actually getting a bargain because it is relatively cheaper compared to other competitive sports car. What’s good about this sports car is it’s easy to customize to make it a very competitive sports car.
Customization Features
The 2003 BMW M3 is your standard sports car; however, for racing enthusiasts, tweaking and customization is required in order to boost the speed performance of this vehicle. One part that you should customize to achieve this is the front control arm, rear tailing arm bushings, and rear shock mounts in order to efficiently meet the challenges of the race track.
Most critics claim that one of the weakest parts of the 2003 BMW M3 is its standard factory strut bar. Thus, you can customize this as well.  In addition to this, the unattractive feature of this sports car is its standard steering rack which most critics claim to have low steering power.
If you want to know more about the other mechanical features of this car that you can customize, have it assessed by professional car technicians.

2013 MERCEDES-BENZ G63 AMG: Design Marries Utility

As one of the leading European automobile manufacturers, Mercedes-Benz makes it a point that in every vehicle it releases to the market, the overall use of the vehicle is a marriage between design and utility. This simply means that you get design and 100% satisfactory use. One Mercedes-Benz vehicle embodying all this is the 2013 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG.
Detailing Its Fantastic Features
Most critics praise the 2013 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG as one of the most used classic vehicle. Mercedes-Benz still retained its G-Wagon design for over 30 years now. Nevertheless, it can still compete with its counterparts. It’s one of the most used utility vehicle in Switzerland, Germany, Austria, and other parts of North America. You can see this SUV being used by law enforcement agencies and the service industry.
The engine details of the 2013 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG include a high-performance V8 twin-turbocharged engine with hand-built v12 biturbo motor. It comes standard with a 5.5-liter engine that can power speed up to 544hp and 560 lb-ft. When it comes to speed, no one can doubt the power of this piece of machine.
Another attractive feature of the 2013 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG is its box like cabin. The cabin is sturdy and spacious; making this vehicle an ideal family car.
Examining the overall look of the 2013 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG, it has wider fenders accommodating a bigger and more stylish wheels. If you have bigger wheels, you have stronger road grip, ideal when driving in wet and snowy terrains. Bigger wheels also mean it can handle massive weight; making this vehicle ideal for the service industry.
With all these features, there can be no doubt that 2013 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG will still be one of the most utilitarian vehicles for a long time.

The Power of The 1996 Porsche 993 Turbo

One would think that because of the hectic competition in the European auto scene, cars that were released to the market before 2000 will become obsolete. This isn’t the case with the 1996 Porsche 993 Turbo.
Porsche have been consistent in designing and manufacturing the best and fastest cars. In fact, Porsche is one of the most successful brands in the motorsport racing scene garnering a staggering 28,000 wins. Thus, there can be no doubt that owning a piece of Porsche vehicle is a good investment because it never goes out of style and function, just like the 1996 Porsche 993 Turbo. Here’s a look-back to the fantastic features of this classic vehicle.
Listing Down the Features of the 1996 Porsche 993 Turbo.
The Engine Power
What you should know about this car is that it’s the improved version of its predecessors. Porsche has improved the turbo power of this vehicle by installing a twin-turbo engine, air-to-air intercoolers, redesigned cylinder heads, and electronic engine management, making it one of the racing vehicles to beat during its time. The main attraction of the 993 Porsche Turbo is its electronic engine which makes this vehicle fuel efficient. During its reign way back in 1996, it can speed-up to 290 km/h (180 mph); a fast racing car indeed.
Other important features
The overall brakes functions of the 993 Porsche Turbo was impressively improved compared to its 1995 version. When it comes to the aesthetic outside styling of the 993 Porsche Turbo, Porsche gave it a slimmer, sleeker look.
End Note
The overall edge of the 993 Porsche Turbo over its Porsche counterparts is its powered engine making it faster and more fuel efficient. Even today, this vehicle retained its fantastic features still retaining its marketability.

Profiling The 2014 BMW M6 Gran Coupe

Europe is not only known for its iconic castles and active tourism scene, but it’s also one of the countries that are home to the most demanded cars. Today, one European based car is stealing the limelight from its competition, the 2014 BMW M6 Gran Coupe.

The BMW Magic
It’s a foregone conclusion that the Bayerische Motoren Werke or BMW is one of the best brands for cars. This 2014 it’s again introducing another piece of machine that’s high-performance.

The Engine Details
With a hefty price of around £95,000, the M6 Gran Coupe comes complete with a standard 560hp, 4.4 twin turbocharged V8 engine powered to run up to 189mph. It’s slowly gaining popularity among the MotoGP scene. The M6 GC is capable of torque power up to 500 lb-ft and when tested for a sprint from zero to 60 mph, the M6 GC registered a time of 4.1 seconds.
With regard to its overall chassis features, it comes complete with an electronically controlled shock absorber and electronically controlled slip differential. The M6 GC still retained its hydraulic power steering found in the previous M5 series. What’s good about this BMW car is that the user has the option to install carbon ceramic brakes.
Other Important Features of the M6 GC
Compared to its predecessors, the M6 Gran Coupe has more sitting capacity and luggage space. It can comfortably accommodate up to 4 people at the back; well, you can squeeze another one, but that would be too uncomfortable.
Most critics say that this is the best out of the series yet. However, the price of this piece of beauty could really cause a dent to the buyer’s pocket. Nevertheless, the overall look and safety features could well make your purchase worth it.