Vehicles & TechnologyCommented on: 1 year ago (March 11, 2013)
Infrastructure doesn't have to be the biggest obstacle to implementing this technology. We have the ability to make it happen within a decade without too much discomfort. If the vehicles can be...
And you omitted any mention of the diesel for what reason? It's not like there's a wide array of power plants to confuse the reader.
"Loing believes Nissan’s Juke CUV is a competitor of sorts to the BRZ and FR-S, as it has similar performance characteristics, as well as a DI turbocharged 4-cyl."
No manual transmission. I have nothing good to say about this change.
Not that anyone's going to read this anyway.
You're talking about dealership service advisers, however the issue goes beyond the dealership. Many chain service shop (regional and national) advisers are instructed to stick to the standard...
"A new continuously variable transmission is standard on both variants."
This was the model year that I died (more than a little) inside.