Month: November 2022

Affordable Luxury Cars You Should Consider : Automotive Addicts

For many people, owning a luxury car is a life goal. Owning a luxury car can not only provide you with a premium driving experience, but it is also a status symbol and shows that you have made it in life. There are many benefits of owning a luxury car, but many will believe that they cannot afford it. The truth is that there are a number of luxury cars that will not break the bank and can still provide you with all of the benefits of luxury car ownership.

Driving Costs

Before looking at affordable luxury cars, you need to remember that it is not just the cost of the vehicle that you need to budget for. If you are learning to drive, you will need to consider the cost of lessons, a provisional license, tests and learner driver insurance so that you are protected while learning to drive

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New Car Preview: 2023 Toyota Prius : Automotive Addicts

I vividly remember when Toyota president Akio Toyoda stated that they would no longer make boring cars, and now with the introduction of a redesigned Toyota Prius it looks as if he’s kept his word, and that’s a good thing!

The Toyota Prius has always been the formidable economical vehicle that sipped fuel and put its best efforts ahead of others in the world of hybrids. For all intents and purposes, the Toyota Prius introduced America to the hybrid and has continued a legacy of being one of the most fuel-efficient vehicles around.

For its fifth generation, the Prius gets a redesign and one that’s significantly different in a good way. Toyota looks to have made the best-looking Prius yet from what we see here unveiled ahead of the 2022 L.A. Auto Show.

While there are no specific details about what’s underneath the new sleek sheet metal of the new

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Automotive News

AutomotiveTrade experts aren’t positive what the Trump administration is making an attempt to perform with the autos inquiry, and are skeptical that it could possibly assist move the ball on NAFTA.

Esslingen University of Applied Sciences has a long custom in educating mechanical and automotive engineers. Founded in 1914 as the Royal College for Mechanical Engineering, the college has all the time taken advantage of its location in one of many major centres of the European trade, and is subsequently closely linked to the close by companies. These embrace many world technological leaders in mechanical and automotive engineering resembling Bosch, Daimler, Audi, Festo, Porsche and many others. These sturdy connections to the industry are particularly essential in terms of the position of the coed’s master’s thesis.

The automobile business is sort of upbeat in embracing modern applied sciences that are convenient and person-friendly to provide the feel of luxury to …

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2022 RAM 1500 Rebel G/T Review & Test Drive : Automotive Addicts

2022 ram 1500 rebel gt

The line of Ram 1500 trucks has taken on a unique approach for a full-size mainstream truck offering many often consider to be the more luxurious choice for such a vehicle in the higher trim levels. While the luxury appeal of the Ram 1500 is alive and well, there are many trim levels that give us the best of both worlds for luxury and ruggedness, such as in the latest Ram 1500 Rebel, which has a few new unique trim packages to keep the nicely-aging fifth-generation Ram appealing and relevant.

Keeping with a tradition of giving new life to what we could be witnessing as the last couple generations of internal combustion engine vehicles, the Ram 1500 Rebel gets a sporty G/T package. Additionally, there’s an assisting eTorque mild hybrid system to extend those engine start/stop shutdown times to ultimately improve upon fuel consumption. While the Ram Rebel has long

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2023 Hyundai Elantra Hybrid Limited Review & Test Drive : Automotive Addicts

2023 hyundai elantra hybrid limited

As we inch closer to a future of more Electric Vehicles (EVs), Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs) are a winning recipe that touts some of the best fuel mileage numbers we’ve seen in vehicles like the latest Hyundai Elantra Hybrid.

After experiencing many variations of the new seventh generation Hyundai Elantra, including the raucous performance-oriented Elantra N, there’s a lot of respect for the brand’s compact sedan and many welcome it with open arms for the affordable segment. Now, in experiencing the new Elantra HEV, there’s even more respect earned for a vehicle that often surpasses its EPA-estimated fuel consumption numbers in the real world to best most of its competition.

The new Hyundai Elantra for its seventh generation already has an excellent platform as I have experienced in many previous reviews of the vehicle in its gas-powered non-hybrid trim levels. Having the hybrid version of the Elantra this week takes

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