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Koenigsegg CCX March 19, 2008

Filed under: super car — SnotNosed @ 12:08 pm
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Koenigsegg started the CCX development with the plan of ingoing the globe market for the most part of United States. The CCX abbreviation means Competition Coupe X. The CCX is the up-to-the-minute in a string of super cars–this one competent of more than 245 mph–from Sweden’s Koenigsegg, and the first aimed at U.S. customers. Only 12 were expected to enter the car market of U.S. or 20 cars annually. This foreign seems intended to be a plaything for the most wealthy collectors.

But wait, though a lot of car enthusiast is capable of purchasing one for the sake of car collecting, make sure you won’t go running searching for its auto parts. Like I said before, this car was only made for toy of car crazy collectors.



Ford Ranger/Mazda B-series March 3, 2008


The Ranger still follows a simple, proven design that’s good for pickup buyers who really want to keep it basic and affordable. Unfortunately, side airbags or curtain bags aren’t available, even as an option; neither is stability control. What’s more, the Ranger (and the nearly identical B-Series) gets a low three-star NHTSA rollover rating, (which corresponds to a 20% to 30% risk of rollover in a single-vehicle crash) with one of the highest rollover risk factors (0.3) of any vehicle.