Honda Stepwgn
Honda Stepwgn is a mid-size minivan that stands out for its capacity and height. Unlike the Honda Odyssey and Honda Stream, it can accommodate up to eight people. The first…

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Daihatsu YRV
The premiere of the front-wheel drive micro-van Daihatsu YRV took place in 2000. The emergence of this new family of compact 5-seater 5-door station wagons has confirmed that Daihatsu is…

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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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creating a convenient

Ford Transit

In the early 60s, Ford specialists set themselves the task of creating a convenient, versatile vehicle for the European market. Hence, many different modifications of the basic Transit: from a traditional truck with a rear drive axle to front-wheel drive delivery vans with a lowered body floor.

The original name of the car was “Little Red Riding Hood” (Eng. “Redcap”), and only in 1965 before the start of production preference was given to the name Transit. Arguing this choice by the internationality of the name, which will be clear to customers around the world. Continue reading

Infiniti Q70
The Japanese company presented the Infiniti Q70 sedan and its extended version of the Infiniti Q70L at the 2014 New York Auto Show. The model replaced the premium sedan Infiniti…

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Citroen Xsara Picasso
Model Xsara Picasso debuted in 1999. It is a front-wheel drive minivan based on an elongated Citroen Xsara base with transverse engines. Like all the creations of Citroen, this car…

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Ferrari F 430 Spider
The debut of the rear-wheel drive convertible Ferrari F430 Spider took place in 2005 at the Geneva Motor Show. In the same year, sales began, first in Europe, and then…

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Acura TLX Review
The debut of the Acura TLX sedan took place in March 2014 at the motor show in New York. The car was presented to the Russian public at the end…

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