The Diesel Engine

Although the diesel engine runs on the internal combustion system, it’s more proficient than its “regular” gasoline equivalent. While estimations vary, it’s common knowledge that diesel engines are more fuel efficient. The diesel engine’s superior fuel saving has made it standard in many of Germany’s Volkswagen models, in addition to many bigger vehicles. These days,…

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Maintaining Hybrid Cars

Like most everybody else in today’s world, you’ve driven your car to the gas pump been shocked by the high cost of gasoline. As the dial clicked past $20, $30, $40 or even $50, you may have thought about trading in your car for something that gets better mileage. You may also be concerned that…

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My Gearbox is Slipping—Do I Need A New Transmission?

Whether your auto transmission is slipping, your gearbox skips, or your used transmission is just getting old, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s time to get a new car.  When people start to have gearbox troubles, they often times think the only solution is to get rid of that old, used transmission and replace it with…

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The BMW M3 GTS

Although the new BMW M3 is much like it was when it was first introduced to the world automotive marketplace in 2008, the soon-to-be-launched M3s should stimulate even additional admiration. In addition to nominal modification opportunities, the enhancements on the 2010 M3 have been minimal. BMW put the regular M3 on a weight-cutting regimen with…

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Volkswagen Cars Keep on Truckin’

Volkswagen is an automobile producer based in Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony, Germany. VW, as it is abbreviated, was initially established by the German Labor Front in 1937. By 1946, 1,000 Volkswagen cars were being produced each month. Volkswagen is the earliest vehicle in the Volkswagen Group, which includes Audi, SEAT, Bentley Motors, Bugatti Automobiles, Lamborghini, Škoda…

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