Senin, 27 Oktober 2014

2015 Subaru Outback 2.5i Premium drive review

2015 Subaru Outback 2.5i Premium drive review
SUBARU'S Brand new Out back Is just a EVOLUTIONARY Enhance, And also There is Lots For LIKE Around It out

What is any of it?

A Subaru Out back could be all-new for its 2015 model year, though you would be excused about needing to execute a double-take for notice this can be more than just a facelift. The Out back continues for master both the crossover section which it arguably launched, also its own universality about my paths is a statement towards its own prosperity in the marketplace -- that is the reason why Subaru decided to not wreak havoc on success a lot of employed in creating a fifth generation Out back, which aims to increase also sharpen an characteristics which have managed to get a success.
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2015 Subaru Forester 2.5i Premium review notes

2015 Subaru Forester 2.5i Premium review notes
SUBARU’S FORESTER PACKS Freedom & Importance

Electronic EDITOR Phil STOY: An 2015 Subaru Forester 2.5i Advanced appearances just a little high about the outdoor, but also enter and you’ll think you’re in the Popemobile. There’s a lot in pot, around the level both the sunvisors are always extra-long in an make an effort to address enough windshield property for justify his / her living (unfortunately, then they don’t slide when flipped to the aspect and so i absolutely was typically blinded as touring by having an sunshine for my left). Significantly, this thing’s being a cool AMC Pacer, unless by the addition of a huge pot moonroof. That you are at the fishbowl.
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2015 Ford F-150 pickup first drive

Much has been made of the 2015 F-150’s aluminum construction, and rightly so. Yet aluminum is only one element of what’s new in the F-150, and focus on the body almost shortchanges the rest. This truck is offered with the smallest engine in the F-Series pickups’ 67 years. Its hauling and towing capabilities increase substantially across the range, and fuel efficiency should, too. It offers safety and convenience features almost unimaginable in a pickup a decade ago. The 13th full F-Series redo has generated more than 100 Ford patents or patents pending -- more than any truck in the company’s 112-year history. It’s a landmark as surely as the 10th-gen F-150 in 1997; that truck marked the end of Ford’s 32-year-old Twin I-Beam front suspension and introduced things like overhead cams, an aero smooth shape and a third cab door. - See more at: http://astorethemes.blogspot.com/2014/10/2015-ford-f-150-pickup-first-drive_26.html#sthash.Q4gb5BwO.dpuf

Harley-Davidson FLHTK ElectraGlide Ultra Limited (2013-current)

Harley-Davidson FLHTK ElectraGlide Ultra Limited (2013-current)
overall verdict
Don’t be misled by the new Glide’s seemingly unchanged looks. While the styling may be familiar (and largely sacrosanct according to Harley bosses) the vast majority of the bike is all-new. To be exact, there are over 100 changes, making this the biggest revision of the famous ElectraGlide since it first gained its ‘batwing’ fairing in 1969.
What’s more, these changes include everything, from wheels, brakes and suspension, to clocks and fairing, and, most revolutionary of all, the introduction of water-cooling for the first time on a ‘classic’ Hog.
On the other hand, however, not much has changed at all. If you were ever in any doubt that Harley was a conservative company, the ‘new’ ElectraGlide should be the convincer.
Harley has successfully moved the Electra Glide on and this is, unquestionably, the best Glide ever – but it’s not by as much as those 100-odd changes suggest.
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Harley-Davidson FLS Softail Slim (2012-current)

Harley-Davidson FLS Softail Slim (2012-current)
overall verdict
The Slim is essentially a standard Softail (ie a big twin with hidden rear shocks for that ‘hardtail’ look) but given (as seems to be repeatedly fashionable with cruisers from all manufacturers at the moment) the minimalist, ‘50s ‘bobber’/hot rod look. The difference here, though, is the ‘Slim’ bit. Harley’s view was that its existing Softails had become ever bigger and plusher, the result being that the engine ended up looking smaller and smaller. With the Slim, the idea is to reverse that trend by making the bike slimmer at the rear so the engine looks larger in the frame, thus achieving more of a hot rod style.
It works, too, as was strikingly evident when following a Slim alongside a Fat Boy and noting starkly how clunky, fat and, yes, crude, the long favourite Fat Boy seemed by comparison.
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Harley Davidson SPORTSTER 1200 Custom Motorbike Review

Harley Davidson SPORTSTER 1200 Custom Motorbike Review
overall verdict
The new Harley ‘72’ is a blinged/tarted up custom – the idea being a full-on. Early ‘70s-style custom (hence the name) but on the 1200 Sportster platform rather than the more usual big twins. It works, too.
Engine
Small block 1200 is unchanged from other Harley-Davidson Sportsters and familiarly free-revving and friendly – easy to get on with, just about punchy enough and willing, too – just don’t expect ‘conventional 1200’ levels of performance…
Ride and Handling
The ergonomics are roomier than you expect thanks to the roomy riding position provided by its high bars and forward, highway pegs. At the same time it drives and handles well enough, too. The combo of skinny 21-inch front hoop and low rear somehow isn’t too skitish – more light and manageable. The forks are basic, but don’t seem it and the shortened shocks give a crud-ish ride, but it’s nothing to complain about.
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Harley Davidson BLACKLINE Custom Motorbike Review

Harley Davidson BLACKLINE Custom Motorbike Review
overall verdict
On face vale, the Harley Blackline should be a great addition to the Harley range, using the proven big twin powertrain and Softail chassis and dressing is up according to the latest ‘blacked-out’, pared down bobber fashion. Trouble is, style has won over substance. Though it looks good, the riding position is agonizingly extreme and unadjustable – so much so it’s almost unrideable – and it’s also questionable value compared to the rest of the range. Harley say they may rework the ergonomics. Until they do it’s impossible to recommend.
Engine
Power for the Harley Blackline is c/o the usual 45-degree Harley push-rod ‘Big V’ (currently in 1584cc guise) between yer knees which, whatever it lacks in modernity, remains adequate, characterful and class-definingly authentic.
Ride and Handling
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