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October 2017

Planning to Grab Some Attention

It should come as no surprise that Toyota will attempt to grab some attention at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show later this month. This brand is one that’s offered us a variety of impressive models over the years that have come to us with a wide array of shapes and designs. While we hope to see the new Supra sports car, Toyota continues to show us the full commitment it has to offering more hybrid and zero emissions vehicles for us to choose from when we want to experience and excellent drive wherever we need to go.

2018 Porsche 718 Boxster: Sexy and Swift

2018 Porsche 718 Boxster Sexy and Swift

If you thought that a larger size of the engine and more displacement was required to have the fun and the dynamic drive of a sports car, Porsche would ask you to reconsider your stance. The 2018 Porsche 718 Boxster engine is one that comes to you powered by one of the smallest engines in the sports car world and it certainly isn’t a car that you would discount for the performance and qualities that’s offered in this impressive machine. This is a car you need to see and a car you need to take out for a drive.

Square Could be the Right Shape

Square Could be the Right Shape

Even though the Land Rover Defender isn’t being built any longer we’ve seen a few different models that have a similar shape to what the Defender offered that are built with the capabilities that we’ve come to expect from an impressive off-road machine. One that has been created and could be used for both military and personal uses is the new Partisan One. This is a diesel-powered off-roader that comes with the longest warranty ever created for any vehicle. This impressive machine has a variety of attributes that can be right for the drive and a warranty that will outlast you.

Should You Use Engine Braking?

Should You Use Engine Braking

When you need to slow down your car and you don’t want to put wear and tear on your car there is a common misconception that engine braking is bad for your car. In reality, engine braking is fine and won’t cause you any additional wear and tear on the vehicle at all. If you’re a fan of downshifting to slow the car down, that will cause undue wear on your clutch and throw your car out of balance in the process whereas engine braking is able to slow your car without causing you any problems.