Everything is more complicated than it seems: is it worth buying a Suzuki Jimny
Suzuki Jimny - the model itself is old (it has its history since 1970), and the third generation in particular also became incredible by modern standards, a long-lived, released from…

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5 reasons to love and hate Geely Emgrand EC7
From refrigerators to buying a Volvo The history of the Geely brand began not so long ago - in 1986, when Mr. Li Shufu borrowed a certain amount of money…

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Volvo V70 3
Pro generational confusion In some sources, this car is considered the third generation, in others - the second. Rights of any of them. The question is where to count. The…

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Stern, more spacious, … cheaper? New Mercedes-Benz GLB

The idea to put a car in the model line between class A and C crossovers suggested itself – but they approached its implementation in Stuttgart creatively. The Germans did not go the same way as in the development of sedans, simply scaling the older model, and added something fresh to the line. Of course, this was not a surprise – moreover, we had been promised a “baby-helico” for a long time, and the output was a sort of chunky ninth-grader with weekly bristles. For the car dealership, he was additionally strapped on rubber boots and his father’s cap – yes, and so they showed off to the public: they say, to the feast, and to the world, and to the dacha. Continue reading

5 reasons to love and hate TagAZ Tager

Origins
In 2006, the Korean company SsangYong ceased production of the three-door SUV frame Korando. A year earlier, the conveyor life of his five-door older brother, Musso, ended. In this situation, at the Taganrog Automobile Plant, which was actively looking for partners (primarily in Korea), it was decided to buy out the equipment and set up licensed production of these models under its own brand. So SsangYong Musso turned into a TagAZ Road Partner, and Korando took the name Tager. Continue reading

Ride or own: 5 cases when leasing is more profitable than a loan

Credit remains the key financial instrument for acquiring new cars in Russia. The main reason for its popularity is simple and clear: car owners are accustomed to “pay for their”, gradually buying the car. Against this background, leasing seems to be something ambivalent: on the one hand, it is easier and less to pay, and on the other, the machine seems to be a stranger … But we will look at the situation from the outside: here are 5 cases when acquiring a car on lease is clearly better than a loan . Continue reading

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5 reasons to love and hate Volga Siber
GAZ's engineering project for turning Chrysler into the Volga can be called one of the most controversial in the history of the domestic auto industry. Some call Siber the best…

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Mazda MX-5 III
Mazda in the case of the MX-5 - this is just “the guy who loudly told someone else's joke.” The recipe for a commercially successful low-cost roadster was invented by…

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American no chance of a V8
Why do we love American cars in general and SUVs in particular? Of course, for multi-liter V8 - not too powerful, voracious, meaningless, but simple, high-torque and unpretentious. The first…

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5 reasons to love and hate the Suzuki Grand Vitara I
The Japanese are great confusions. Someone is counting the history of the model, which will be discussed, since 1988 and considers it the second generation of the family Vitara /…

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