Alfa Romeo Spider
Alfa Romeo Spider - a luxury front-wheel drive sports convertible class "grand tourism", a joint development with Pininfarina. This model was first shown in 1994 in Paris. The two-seater Spider…

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Alfa Romeo Spider
Alfa Romeo Spider - a luxury front-wheel drive sports convertible class "grand tourism", a joint development with Pininfarina. This model was first shown in 1994 in Paris. The two-seater Spider…

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Buick Skylark
The 50th anniversary of the brand’s foundation, the exclusive Buick Skylark Convertible has been launched. The car was a deep modification of the Roadmaster with doors slightly “trimmed” in the…

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earlier versions

Chrysler Voyager

Chrysler Voyager is a classic American minivan with a hell of a big and spacious interior, comfortable soft suspension, powerful engines and, very importantly, a low price.
It is believed that the world’s first minivan was invented by Renault. However, fans of the American auto industry are very skeptical about this statement. According to them, the first car with this type of body was built by Chrysler, which showed the Voyager model in 1983, which subsequently caused huge demand. Voyager was produced both in the standard version and in the elongated version (Grand version). In addition, the Chrysler Town & Country model was sold in the US market – the most luxurious modification of this minivan. Continue reading

Chevrolet Lacetti

The debut of the 5-door hatchback Lacetti took place in 2003 in South Korea, Europe saw the car much later. Production was established at the Gunsan plant on the west coast of South Korea. But many parts for Lacetti come from Europe. So, ABS is made by Bosch, airbags and catalysts – Siemens Automotive, automatic transmissions – ZF and Aisin Warner.

By the way, Lacetti is a name not entirely coined. It is derived from the Latin lacertus, which means “energetic, strong, youthful.”

Chevrolet Lacetti became the second model built on a completely new platform J200 (the first was a Nubira III sedan). This car is a characteristic representative of the golf class. Available in three body styles – sedan, Continue reading

Chevrolet Viva

In 2004, a joint venture General Motors – AvtoVAZ was opened, which began mass production of Chevrolet Viva cars. This model was developed on the basis of the Opel Astra T-3000 platform. Of the visible changes in appearance compared to the German counterpart, the car received a new grille, front bumper, nameplates and rear reflector. The interior has also undergone some changes. The color of the dashboard, the material and the color of the seats became different.
The car is available in three trim levels: L, LS and GLS.

Basic (L) is the most modest. Instead of a radio tape recorder, there is no covered niche, no air conditioning, no electric windows and mirrors, as well as rear head restraints, airbags and steering wheel adjustments. But Continue reading

Chevrolet Lacetti
The debut of the 5-door hatchback Lacetti took place in 2003 in South Korea, Europe saw the car much later. Production was established at the Gunsan plant on the west…

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Alfa Romeo MiTo
For the first time, this front-wheel drive three-door hatchback was presented at the London Motor Show in 2008. MiTo is the smallest car in the Alfa Romeo lineup. Overall dimensions…

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Ford Taurus
Taurus debuted in 1985 in Los Angeles. The front-wheel drive, mid-size Taurus was available in only two bodies: a four-door sedan and a station wagon. The curb weight of the…

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Daewoo Matiz
In the 80s, Suzuki sold the 1982 Alto Koreans to the Koreans - as a result, Daewoo Tico began production in 1988. The design of Daewoo Tico seemed to the…

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