Jeep Wrangler Accessory Review

Jeep Wrangler is a sports utility vehicle that is available in two body types, a regular body type that seats two and has two doors and an extended body which can seat 4 and has four doors. The Wrangler is available in three models, X, Sahara and Rubicon. All Wrangler models are powered by a 3.8 Liter V6 engine that is rated at 202 horsepower. All Wrangler models are equipped with a six speed manual transmission and four-wheel-drive. The Unlimited is equipped with rear wheel drive. The Rubicon model is equipped with heavy duty axles and a transfer case manufactured by Rock-trac with extra-low gearing. The entry level Wrangler X model is equipped with a CD player and a jack that allows other music devices, air conditioning, cloth seats and a center console. If one buys the X model with the optional “S” Package, look for 16 inch tires, tow hooks, cruise control and a display system for temperatures. The Wrangler Sahara model is equipped with 17 inch tires, a sports tuned suspension and q

Rainy Season Car Care Tips

Rains bring terrible expressions to most of our faces. Mainly for people behind the wheel it’s a real bad situation to drive during the rainy season.  The heavy downpours are dangerous as there are risks of skidding. The rainy seasons call for proper maintenance of your car ensuring a smoother and natural drive on sludgy tracks. It’s our concern to ensure a smooth hazard free drive in down pouring seasons. Maintaining the car would require some basic tips to follow. 1. Check out on your car lights. See if they are providing optimal light on dark roads. A slight reluctance can cause havoc. 2. See if your tires have proper grip. Worn out tires should be replaced with new ones immediately on being noticed. 3. No further delay should be made with regards to wiper check outs. Clean up the blades as and when you notice any accumulation of dirt which may hamper the function of the blades in rainy months. A clean windscreen during heavy showers can help you take the right turn without much dif

Chevrolet 427 Convertible and 60th Anniversary Package

You might not able to see the bow-tie badge when the 2013 Corvette 427 Convertible zooms pass you on the road. It is the fastest convertible ever with a 0 to 60 miles per hour acceleration achieved in just 3.8 seconds. Plus it has the old, big, and mean LS7 V8 under its hood. It can also confidently say that it has a better power-weight ration than the Porsche 911 Turbo S. Before the revelation, the closes thing you can ever get to a Z06 convertible is to have the Grand Sport Convertible which on final analysis lacks the powerful 427 cu. in. of the Z06. Now Chevrolet makes use of the C6 body, installs that powerful heart in the engine bay and a whole lot of go-fast components to make the 427. The setup consists of a 505 hp lS7 linked to a 6-speed manual gearbox. The Magnetic Selective Ride Control plus a battery mounted on the rear comes standard with the Z06 rear axle and drive line. The 427 will roll on 19 and 20 inch cup rims hugged by Michelin PS2s. Z06 lovers will be able to spot

Ferrari Challenge Stradale, A Road Racer In Production

What would you buy if you wanted a car that was as close to a really hot 180 mph racing car as you could get? A Ferrari. Others come, and others go, and may produce some brilliant cars, but Ferrari just keeps on designing and building the most sensational cars for the road and race track. Challenge Stradale (Challenge the road) is just that as near as you can get to a racer that you can buy as a production car. It has some pedigree, being based on the 360 Modena, the first of Ferari's new generation cars with an aluminum frame and superb V-8 engine. Some informed observers have called it 'the most exciting car in the world', and as you'll see, it must be a top contender. Maybe some fantasy cars with 500-600 bhp compete, but they'll be hard pressed. A true Italian beauty This is also a stunningly beautiful car, with the characteristic twin air intakes at the sides of the front, and flowing lines. It is beautifully balanced from the side, with a fairly short nose and

Maserati GranTurismo, New Model Based On Quattroporte

Despite being based on the large Quattroporte, the Maserati GranTurismo is an elegant, sporty looking car, more along the lines of the GranSport. PininFarina, who was responsible for the styling, has certainly done a fine job. The distinctive Maserati grille, with vertical bars, projects forward of the chin, and the wide air intake below, while the finely curved fenders are just right. The roof is not quite a fastback, the style reflecting the need for two people in the back and some luggage space, while the rear fenders give the car a sporty look. A full four seater, the GranTurismo is 14 in (358 mm) longer than the GranSport, 11 in (282 mm) being in the wheelbase, which is why there is plenty of room in the back the GranSport is quite spacious as 2+2s go. In fact, this is quite a large car. Latest Maserati V-8 egine The GranTurismo is powered by the latest version of Maserati's V-8, which is similar to the engine used in the Ferrari F430, but in this instance it has a capacity of

Frugally Splurge on Your Car’s Maintenance

Car prices continue to rise and many people spend a lot of time trying to save money so they can afford to buy a new one you use your car every single day to get around and you need to drive something dependable. After spending a lot of money on it, it’s important to take care of your car. This doesn’t just mean filling it up with gas when it’s low and driving it through the car wash. Keep your vehicle maintenance on a tight schedule While there’s no general schedule out there, it’s important to keep track of the mileage, make, model and year of your car and follow the guidelines outlined in your car’s service manual. When it comes to taking care of your car, it’s good to have this information ready. Taking care of the little things will help avoid dealing with an expensive or unnecessary maintenance down the road. For example, ignoring the recommended oil change intervals can cause your engine to wear out quicker. Find a mechanic you can trust Finding a mechanic who is not only great

Earth-Friendly Ways to Keep Your Car Shiny and Clean

It’s a dilemma many eco conscious car drivers can relate to: wanting to keep the interior and exterior of their vehicles looking as nice as possible, but without using a ton of water or un-Earth-friendly soaps and waxes. Take heed, “green” car drivers - thanks to some easy-to-follow tips, it is easy to keep your car shiny and clean, without harming the environment. Leave the Driveway for Parking As anybody who ever washed their parent’s car in the driveway knows quite well, it involves using a lot of water. This is exactly why eco conscious drivers should avoid cleaning their car at home.  According to Organic Gardening, washing a car in the driveway can use up a whopping 80 to 140 gallons of water. Instead, take the vehicle to a self-service car wash, where the excessive and used water is collected and sent over to a water-treatment facility. As a bonus, people only use about 15 gallons of water at a do-it-yourself-wash place. Skip the H2O Yes, you read that correctly. Even though thi