Hyundai Cars In India Hyundai I10 , Hyundai I20 And More}

Filed Under (Cars) by XpvB79 on 21-06-2017

Hyundai Cars in India- Hyundai i10 , Hyundai i20 and more

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Hyundai Motors in India is the largest car exporter and second largest manufacturer of cars in India. Hyundai is marketing many different passenger car models with many different variants and segments, making Hyundai vehicles in India a popular choice for many locals and foreigners as well. Some examples are the Hyundai Santro, Getz, Accent, Verna, Sonata Embera, Tucson and much more.

Hyundai cars in India are gaining more popularity especially in their line up of hatchback models they offer. Namely, the Hyundai I1o and Hyundai I20, Because of their compact size and amazing efficiency in fuel consumption more and more individuals prefer this models over the bigger cars. Most with tight budgets that are planning to buy second hand cars, even consider buying used Hyundai cars rather than any other brand.

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The I10s design focused mainly on maximizing interior space while maintaining the small exterior dimension to make urban jungle driving a breeze. This is because of a very reliable and smooth power steering system which is the favorite reason why Hyundai car reviews always give positive comments. With its exterior, interior and most of all safety features the Hyundai I10 sets the benchmark for compact cars all over. The Hyundai I10 has everything one is looking for a compact car which practicality, quality and value.

With Hyundai I10s success Hyundai again surprised the Indian public with its latest addition in Hyundais new generation line up of vehicles, the Hyundai I20. Considered a premium compact car, designed to accommodate high quality standards motorists look for. These five door I20 offers a very stylish exterior and a large interior. A well designed compact car bearing the ever famous unique and distinctive motifs in design. Teardrop piercing headlights, striking design rear clusters, radiator that is colored the same way as the body and much more, makes the I20 truly a premium class compact car. With modern lines and neat detailing that any body would love. The bumpers, mirrors, and sills are even color co coordinated.

The I20s well designed interior features lots of levels on standard equipments. All the i20 models have tilt & telescopic steering, Air Conditioning and Heating, front & rear power windows , folding rear seats (60:40), dual tone beige interiors, 2 DIN CD and MP3 Music System, a refrigerated glove box, a multi information display which includes trip distance, calendar, clock, engine running time, temperature and audio display and tachometer, comes as standard equipment.

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Does My Pickup Truck Really Need 4 Wheel Drive?}

Filed Under (Cars) by XpvB79 on 18-05-2017

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It seems all truck dealerships these days are pushing 4-wheel drive as an option for new pickup trucks. This is a good question to think about when considering whether the use of your truck really warrants the added expense of this option or not. Even if you buy a used truck, the price will most likely be higher if the truck has 4-wheel drive. But what if you really never or rarely use it?

In most instances you will need to assess how and when you use your truck. Whether you use it for work, play or just cruising, what type of work, how you play and where you cruise will need to be considered. But first, you should understand exactly what 4-wheel drive is used for and examples of when it is most useful. The same thinking comes into play when you consider should I pay more for an F-350 as opposed to an F-150 when I wont really be hauling big loads of cargo or a motor home?

Manufacturers have many different methods and verbiage to depict power going to all of the wheels. 4-wheel drive is basically a part-time system that can be switched on or off as the situation warrants for more traction to each wheel. The best systems will allow the maximum amount of power delivered to prevent wheel slippage. This is used more in winter for ice and snow conditions or if you use your truck off-road when more traction is needed.

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Having a four-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive vehicle means you have one which the engine powers all four wheels either part time or full time. Some trucks have two-wheel drive, which means either the front or back wheels are powered by the engine, which can be less expensive. You may, however end up needing snow tires on all four tires if you only have 2-wheel drive. All-wheel drive, which is also referred to as full time 4-wheel drive, is designed for multi-functional driving situations both on and off-road and usually cannot be switched off.

So, now that you understand the difference between drive methods, how you use your truck is very important. Lets say you live in a southern state or parts of California where snow and ice arent a factor. You may think 4-wheel drive is not necessary, but if you haul a boat or camper trailer, you may think differently if you needed the traction when you got stuck in muddy water on a boat launch or love to camp in the mountains where the terrain may present a challenge to your wheels. The added weight of a large boat or trailer can destabilize your truck and create traction issues, which 4-wheel drive can work to correct. 4-wheel drive would be very beneficial in these scenarios when you could switch it on and off as needed.

Lets say you live in the Northeast and you are a construction worker. Your work site may take you to different unpaved situations that may require additional traction. Winters are brutal, you use your truck for plowing snow and you haul your boat or camper in summer, plus you enjoy off-road fishing or camping experiences, maybe even mudding for fun. Under these circumstances, All-Wheel Drive may be what you would need for these types of multiple uses.

Lets talk about trucks with only two wheel drive. When 4-wheel drive is not needed on a frequent basis, many pickup owners manage perfectly fine without it and can still haul some light cargo, drive on the highway, and manage well without it. Typical models for this type of use are mid-size pickups like Ford Ranger, Toyota Tacoma or Nissan Frontier. Many of todays newer vehicles have electronic traction control and stability control as part of standard or optional packages, making 4-wheel drive unnecessary.

Some drivers simply like the psychological assurance from having an all-wheel drive truck. If you arent one to venture off-road or winters arent harsh where you live, the benefits of having four-wheel drive may be minimal at best. Feel free to share this article with your friends and I would love to hear your comments at www.truckworldaccessories.com where truck enthusiasts are always welcome.

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