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21 Sep

Modern and urban BMW X2 2020-2021

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BMW X2 is a new urban crossover of the Bavarian company, which was shown to the public back in 2016 at the Paris Motor Show. The main audience that the manufacturer is targeting is young people living in the city. The Bavarians took up production only when they saw good sales of the Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class. Design with a look to the future Thi

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14 Sep

Ford Mustang 2019

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The 2019 Ford Mustang is probably the best version at the moment. No longer tied to a single aspect, the Mustang 2019 offers power, control, comfort and style in one package, which not everyone can afford. Available as a coupe and a convertible, the Mustang pleases with a variety of models. The basic version is far from a manual kitten with a four-

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07 Sep

MASERATI GHIBLI 2018

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The development of the Maserati Ghibli was the second step of the company from the Italian Modena to implement a plan to increase car sales by 10 times to an indicator of 50 thousand units per year, which Maserati reported back in 2013. It consists of three stages, each of which corresponds to the release of a new or updated model. The first was th

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31 Aug

American joy. All the pros and cons of the Hyundai Palisade.

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 The photo is taken from the site: https://www.auto123.com/en/multimedia/picture/2020-hyundai-palisade-pictures/124275/ A big car! By the standards of the American market, Palisade is a mid-size SUV. Seven adults can easily sit in its cabin, along with luggage and drinks in the assortment. At the same time, the "American" of Korean origin is we

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23 Aug

Why are sports cars still being made rear-wheel drive?

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The photo is taken from the site: https://mocah.org/1096200-car-vehicle-sports-car-coupe-performance-car-ferrari-458-wheel-supercar-land-vehicle-automotive-desi.html At first glance, the front-wheel drive won an unquestioning victory. The vast majority of cars are made with front driving wheels. Even all-wheel drive crossovers, the transmission

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