Blaguna Rajani. sedan. September 06th , 2017.
One thing that definitely has the newer cars leading over the older cars is the handling and the braking. I have driven my friend's 67 Barracuda, his father's 70 Roadrunner, 3 of my own 87 turbo Buicks, my 95 Z28, and a 2004 Nissan 350Z. One thing is clear, as time progressed the handling and braking got better. Although the turbo Buick's handling and braking were not very good at all. The 1970 Roadrunner had no power steering or power brakes and it had a 383 for an engine. So, it had plenty of get up and go but I found myself praying it found its way to my destination because I was not confident I could navigate it.
But they do have one thing going for them, especially European cars. Have you ever noticed that cars from Europe have surprisingly small displacement in their motors when compared to American automobiles? There's a reason for this. In Europe, car buyers are taxed on their vehicle's displacement, similar to a licensing fee here in the US. Naturally, people want to pay as little to the government as possible and thus, with help from insightful people like Enzo Ferrari, European auto manufacturers developed vehicles with very small displacement that were still incredibly fast and fuel efficient. In fact, the first vehicle produced by Ferrari, the 1947 125 S, was powered by a 1.5L V12. That's right, a twelve-cylinder engine. Tiny cylinders, but they produce a considerable amount of power. So far from the huge displacement motors we see in America.
1. How fuel efficient the hybrid car is in comparison to a regular car in 2002 using the same weight class.
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