In this edition of the series we’re going to look at some of the cool cars coming from the Asian manufacturers in 2014. We start off with Honda. and Toyota together. The 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid versus the 2014 Toyota Camry Hybrid. So, which of these two fuel sipping sedans is the better buy? In this video, both hybrids are put up against each other to not only see which is the most fuel efficient, but which one is the fastest.
The Nissan Altima is not the most exciting car in the company’s line-up, especially when you think about cars like the GTR or the 370Z. However, the Nissan Altima is a more utilitarian car that gets the job done day in and day out. Nissan has done a good job of tying the styling together throughout the family. The 2014 Nissan Altima does have its sporty cues with the sharp cut headlights, aggressive spindle grille, and 17-inch alloy wheels. Gone is the coupe model leaving behind only the 4-door sedan and its seven different trim levels priced between $21,860 and $30,660.
And, here’s an additional feature on the electronics in the new 2014 Altima, specifically the Vehicle Information Display. Vehicle information is displayed in a monitor located in between the tachometer and the speedometer. The vehicle information display displays items such as:
Trip Computer Information
Drive System Warnings and Settings (if so equipped)
Navigation information (if so equipped)
Cruise Control System Information
NISSAN Intelligent Key Operation Information
Indicators and Warnings
Tire Pressure Information (if so equipped)
And, here’s another exciting entry from Nissan, the 2014 370Z Nismo.
Our last entry for this edition is the 2015 Hyundai Genesis Sedan…
Join us next time for the next article in our series, Cool Cars Coming in 2014!
Volvo has always done things a little differently than BMW and Mercedes. Rather than hold back updates and release them all in “mid-cycle refreshes,” Volvo prefers to let the changes dribble out slowly year after year.
Let’s talk about making your tires last longer with regular tire rotation and wheel balancing. Let’s start with tire rotation. In normal driving, your front tires wear more on the shoulders, because they handle much of the cornering forces in turns. Front-wheel drive vehicles have even more force on the front tires. We rotate the tires so that all the tires do some duty on the front end, as well as getting a little break on the back end.