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A well rounded full-size sedan. Smooth driving dynamics, powerful engine, and a comfortable interior. Check out my written review on my blog: http://thevirtualcarconnection.com/2018/07/24/2018-chevrolet-impala-premier-review/
Audi Q7 2018 review What we like Good-looking Huge interior space Tonnes of tech and standard features What we don't It's really loooong at 5 metres Sometimes wild options prices A bit on the heavy side Audi's Q7 burst on to the scene at the 2002 Frankfurt Motor Show. A big, bluff unit, it went into production in 2005 and hung around for what seemed like an eternity. Like many first-generation German premium SUVs, it was compromised, heavy and heavily US-market focused. The second-generation arrived in 2015. Its styling polarised opinion but its shift in focus has - arguably - made it more appealing to more people. Lower, better-packaged and with a very impressive interior, the Q7 transformed into a proper, premium SUV. Does it represent good value for the price? What features does it come with? There are three Q7s in our model comparison, excluding the V8-powered triple-turbo SQ7. The range starts with the 160 at $97,800, with the 160 designation referring to the engine output in kilowatts. The 160 starts the range with 19-inch alloys wheels, dual-zone climate control air-conditioning, reverse camera, front and rear parking sensors, bi-xenon headlights, LED daytime running lights, Wi-Fi hotspot, keyless entry and push button start via smart key, electric power steering, cruise control, hill-descent control, quattro all-wheel drive, power tailgate, floor mats, chrome exhaust tips, electric front seats, leather trim, air-quality sensor, park assist, electric everything, auto wipers and headlights and a comprehensive safety package. Rather than supplying a spare tyre, Audi gives you a tyre-repair kit. Stepping up to the 200, the price increases to $106,900, with an attendant increase in horsepower. The basic specification is roughly the same between the two versions, with detail differences. The 200 adds four-zone climate control, a self-parking system, full body paint finish (body colour applied to the lower extremities of the car) and Audi's excellent 'Virtual Cockpit' digital dashboard. The difference between the 160 and the 200 is small but useful. The diesel fuel economy is barely different, you get the same transmission, 4x4 system and overall comfort. Both 160 and 200 buyers have a wide choice of colours: 'Night Black' and 'Carrara White' are free. 'Orca Black', 'Galaxy Blue', 'Ink Blue', 'Cobra Beige' (more gold, really), 'Argus Brown', 'Graphite Grey', 'Temperament Red' and 'Florett Silver' are all $2250. 'Sepang Blue' and 'Daytona Grey' are $7050. The e-tron adds the hybrid electric unit, loses the third row of seating and some cargo capacity and comes with a full suite of safety systems, heated front seats, 'Audi Connect', LED headlights, e-tron styling and adaptive air suspension. The options list is way shorter, however, but few e-trons find their way into customers' hands. Audi e-tron buyers are down to seven colours: Night Black, Carrara White, Orca Black, Ink Blue, Graphite Grey and Florett Silver are all freebies. The many iPhone users out there will be very pleased that Apple CarPlay is standard on the Q7, while Android Auto is also available. As always, Audi's MMI mutlimedia system is excellent. The big 8.3-inch screen is run by a console-mounted rotary dial and touchpad, but it's not yet a touch screen. GPS sat nav is available across the range. The navigation system can also have a Google Earth overlay. Obviously there is a mobile-phone bluetooth connection in addition to the USB. The multimedia gadgets include a CD player, DVD player, MP3 functionality and the usual AM/FM radio as well as DAB. As it's an Audi, there's a huge options list as well as various packages to add to the lengthy standard features list. The $6200 'Technik' technology pack adds the excellent head-up display, plus nine speakers to the stereo (19 in total, including sub-woofer) and wireless phone charging. The Assistance package includes additions to the safety list (see below). Full Review https://www.carsguide.com.au/car-reviews/audi-q7-69706 "SUBSCRIBE NOW"
Taking a look at my rental vehicle before driving it 400 miles back home. Some thoughts and details 2018 Chevrolet Impala LT The Good: - Cavernous interior space - Impressive build quality and road isolation - Comfortable yet confident ride - Powerful V6 - excellent passing power - Enormous cargo capacity The Bad: -Stiff seats -Ugly IP gauges -Rearward Visibility Below Average -Would benefit from 8 or 9 speed automatic used in other GM vehicles Direct Competitors: Toyota Avalon, Ford Taurus, Kia Cadenza, Nissan Maxima, Dodge Charger Pricing as of 12/22/17 Base Price: $30,220 Destination: $875 Options: $1,095 MSRP: $32,190 Only optional equipment on this vehicle is the 3.6 Liter V6 Engine, which is a $1095 upgrade over the base ECOTEC 2.5 Liter I4. Mechanical Specs 3.6 Liter DOHC 24 Valve V6 305 Horsepower 264 Lb-Ft Torque 6 Speed Automatic Transmission Front Wheel Drive Fuel Economy 19/28 City/Highway Real-world driving conditions Distance: 485 miles Time with vehicle (from pickup to drop off): 12 hours Temperature: 25-32 degrees F Fuel Type: Regular 87 Octane Type of Driving: Mostly highway Recorded Fuel Economy: 26.7 MPG Follow on Instagram! @irw_automotive
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Samsung Galaxy Wing Introduction:http://www.techconfigurations.com/2018/02/samsung-galaxy-wing-introduction-7inch.html As you guys might remember we have already created a concept design of the Galaxy X a couple of months back which was based on patent document leaks and had a dual display design(see it here), but now a new set of patent images has leaked which suggest a single display design of foldable smartphone which has similar functionality of clamshell design and would be called as Galaxy Wing, this inspired us to create a new concept design of Galaxy wing. According to the patent filed the smartphone seems to have infinity display design of Galaxy S8 except this one has a flat display without the curved edges, while it has the capability to bend itself at the middle like a clamshell smartphone making a compact from factor. Here on this Galaxy Wing concept design we have made it more appealing by trimming of the bottom bezel while retaining the top bezel for the camera, retina scanner and other important sensors . We have also added the bendable design as mentioned in the patent document and added a bit of Kevlar fabric over the folding portion for better durability and premium feel. Like us on facebook:https://www.facebook.com/techconfigurations Twitter : https://twitter.com/TECHCONFIGURATI All content used is copyright of Techconfigurations, Use/editing of the content without proper authorization is not allowed.
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