sedan. Friday , October 27th , 2017 - 17:39:57 PM
Audi A5/S5 Cabriolet - Audi's dazzling new A5 and S5 convertible twins are expected to launch by late 2009. Like the outgoing A4 and S4, these new models will feature retractable soft-tops instead of the newly popular retractable hardtops. However, the move allows for 11.3 cubic feet of storage volume with the top down. The major difference between the new convertibles and the coupes is the engine in the S5 Cabriolet; instead of the V-8 in the S5 coupe, the S5 Cabriolet gets a supercharged V-6 that makes 333 hp. Like every Audi, the A5 and S5 Cabriolet have an extremely rigid body. They have precise, sporty handling, better ride comfort and high crash safety. In addition to this, its ultra-high strength steels and selective reinforcements of the body further ensure high rigidity. You can barely feel any oscillations or vibrations not even at the steering wheel or on the front seats.
Biodiesel cars are similar to diesel cars. The biggest difference is that biodiesel burns clean and is manmade; this makes it easy to produce and safe for the environment. Biodiesel is also safer for the environment than fuel if spilled.
Basically my philosophy is that you buy the most reliable and high value car that you can, negotiate the best price that you can, pay it off and drive that vehicle for at least 10 years. Even if your vehicle is in pristine condition at the end of 5 years and you just have to have a new one, the dealer will give you at best 50 to 75% of the residual value of your car. The car dealer will make money twice: once on the new car you just bought and again on your trade in when they re-sell it for maximum retail value. It is great to give money away, but give it away to a charity and take the tax deduction. Your car dealer does not need your charity. Here are basic things you can do when you have a car to trade in:
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