Mari Holzer. sedan. August 28th , 2017.
Well, not exactly for him to buy a brand new car but I am convincing him to get a slightly used car instead. There is a used car dealership a few miles from our house. He could go there and choose a used car that is within his budget.
One of the vehicles that is so well liked by people are cars. Supremely useful, they help people in a big way and on many fronts. For starters, they eradicate the commuting trouble from the life of humans in a big way. No more waiting long hours for buses or taxis or jostling for space in an over crowded bus. A car also ensures that one reaches his destination on time and relatively fresh. It also adds tremendously to the status symbol of a person. No wonder then that such an extremely useful machine is on top of the wish list of people. However, what is ironical about cars is that though they are the most liked vehicles around, yet, people do not give as much importance as they should to car accessories or to various car parts on whom hinges the success of any car.
The gas-electric 2013 Nissan Altima Hybrid boasts an EPA-rated 35 miles per gallon in the city, extending its range past 600 miles between fill-ups. The Hybrid features a less powerful version of the four-cylinder (158 horsepower) and an electric hybrid drive. Its electrically powered air conditioning works even when the engine is stopped. 2013 Nissan Altima sedan models are equipped with a continuously variable transmission, or CVT, which works like an automatic but varies gearing and doesn't shift. Nissan has excelled at CVT technology. The coupe is available with a 6-speed manual transmission. The 2013 Altima Sedan is comfortable, practical and well suited to growing families. It gives up little rear-seat room to the larger Nissan Maxima, with plenty of room in the trunk for luggage and cargo. In both the Sedan and Coupe, the Altima's cargo space can be expanded into the cabin, thanks to a standard fold-down, locking rear seatback. The 2013 Nissan Altima Coupe two-door looks sportier than the Sedan. It sacrifices a substantial amount of rear seat room, however, and we'd say it's a car for two people. The 2013 Nissan Altima model lineup fits a wide range of tastes and budgets. The base sedan begins with the essentials, while the generous list of options, most grouped into packages, allows equipping the 2013 Nissan Altima at luxury-class levels. The 2013 Nissan Altima lineup carries over largely unchanged from recent previous years. The 2013 Altima 2.5 S sedan gets a new Value Package with Bluetooth connectivity, redundant steering wheel controls for audio and cruise, and a long list of other conveniences. Altima was last redesigned for the 2007 model year; the coupe was introduced for 2008. Altima was revised inside and out for 2010. Drivers who put an emphasis on value for the money with a sportier feel than the average midsize car will find the 2013 Nissan Altima worth a look.
At the other end of the spectrum is the 350Z. I took one of those for a ride. It did not possess that same kind of throw you back in the seat power and torque of the American cars, regardless of generation, but it handled like it was stuck to the road. I took a sharp turn by my house at 70 MPH and it felt like I was doing 20 MPH.
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