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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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…

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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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5 reasons to love and hate Chevrolet Captiva

The name Captiva appeared in Chevrolet dealer price lists in 2006. This mid-size crossover was developed by the South Korean branch of GM in Inchon based on the GM Theta platform, and the Daewoo S3X concept introduced in Paris in 2004 became its immediate predecessor.

The model was originally planned as a “worldwide”: in Europe, India, Southeast Asia and the Middle East it was sold under the name Chevrolet Captiva, in South Korea – like Daewoo Winstorm, in Australia and New Zealand – like Holden Captiva. Captiva produced a number of factories: directly in South Korea (Incheon), in Thailand (Royong), China (Shanghai), Vietnam (Hanoi), Uzbekistan (Asaka), Kazakhstan (Ust-Kamenogorsk) … Continue reading

Light against the light: Does the ceiling light in the cabin help from blinding the headlights?
Blinding the driver with headlights of oncoming cars in the dark is an eternal problem. And with the advent of modern halogen lamps with increased luminous efficiency and cheap kits…

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5 reasons to love and hate Range Rover Evoque I
Range Rover cars in Russia have an extremely controversial reputation. On the one hand, any “Range” is a symbol of prestige, luxury and status of the owner. On the other…

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5 reasons to love and hate Lifan Solano
On the one hand, it seems everyone knows that the Chinese cars of “zero” years suffered from mediocre reliability, while pleasing with good equipment for little money. On the other…

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Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class II c run: a new V6 with old timing problems and a V8 with chances for badass
The second-generation CLS, featuring a much greater variety of versions compared to the first (here, four-wheel drive, and even station wagons), turned out to be a machine in general not…

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