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  1. Why should we settle for a car when we that goes down in the value when we can buy a car that extensively goes up in the value? Before purchasing any car, you must think you are buying a vehicle that has plenty of potentials. Let’s have a look at the 10 expert tips buying a classic car. Decide how you are going to use it Before purchasing, think deeply about what you are going to do with it. Are you going to drive it daily ort just occasionally? Are you just buying it to show off or you just want to add another car to your collection? The way you answer these questions should determine what exactly will best fir for you car news. Rust Damage Little scratches and spots can be accepted. But, if you witness an entire section of floorboard and body rusted, then be careful. If a professional is unable to fix the rust, then there are high chances it will remain the same forever. Spinout the car, if it’s running legal and safe to drive. Testing will give you a great experience about how it’s going to be like. Be attentive and careful about the noises of clunks and squeaks in order to determine if something is unusual or abnormal. Get an in-depth inspection Go online, and research which restored vintage cars are commanding. Don’t ever purchase a vintage car before experiencing its mechanics and performance. Check auto sections and compare the prices considering all the facts. Exterior You will get a better idea about the appearance of the Classic Car in the daylight. Look out for the conditions and locations of parts. Check out the paint and light of the vehicles and make sure everything is on the point. Interior The original interior is the best. Check out if the seats, radio system, badges, upholstery are not damaged. It can really add up the cost if you go out for the replacements of some parts of your classic car. VIN Make sure the VIN (vehicle identification number) accurately matches the official tag of VIN on the car. Mileage The fewer miles on the speedometer, the more it’s worth the price. Never be scared to buy the car that is high in the distance. Just make sure the high mileage of the classic car is reflected in its value. Performance Don’t get influenced by the dealer of the car, appealing looks may seem eye-catching, but you also have to be careful about the engine, mileage, equipment, etc. of the car. Make sure the required parts are placed inside the car. Find a mechanic Scope about the availability of mechanics in your area and seek their help. They have better understanding and observation of the car, which will benefit you in identifying and researching the car. Follow your heart It’s true that collecting a car is a hobby but never buy a car if you are not deeply passionate about it. Don’t just purchase if it looks like a great deal instead save and invest the money for a better one.
  2. Hyundai is on a roll with launching the third-generation Hyundai Grand i10 Nios which is going to make waves in the Indian market in no time. After a long wait, Hyundai has revealed the Euro-spec i10 which will experience several changes as compared to the Grand i10 Nios. The model will be making a global presence at the 2019 Frankfurt Auto Show next week. THE 15 CHANGES OF THE HYUNDAI I10 OVER THE GRAND I10 NIOS ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1. The new model features a much wider front grille with proper honeycomb structure and the round LED daytime running lights. 2. The backside of the car gets hatch with two horizontal crease lines which break the surface of the boot and run into the graphics of taillight. 3. The Hyundai’s new model gets 10 exterior base colours, which include 3 new one’s Dragon Red, Brass and Aqua Turquoise. 4. The hatchback of the car gets a two-tone roof and 22 overall exterior colour combinations. 5. The hatchback comes with a 20mm lowered roof and 20mm wider body which offers a better stance. 6. The model will also experience some primely india car news designed 16-inch alloy wheels. 7. The Hyundai i10 hatchback comes with 4 different interior options, which helps the customer in having more personalised options. 8. The car will be available with a 4 or 5 seater option for the public 9. The wheelbase of the car has been enhanced which has led to more room space for the passengers. 10. The car offers increased luggage carrying capacity of 252-litres. 11. In terms of safety, the new model will get a hatchback which will, in turn, get a forward collision -avoidance assist, high beam assist, Lane Keep Assist System (LKAS), Driver Attention Warning. 12. The car will be offered with 2 engines 1.0-litre 3-cylinder petrol with 67PS and 96Nm and a 1.2-litre 4-cylinder with 84PS and 118Nm. 13. There will be a transmission option which will include a 5-speed manual 5-speed automated manual transmission (AMT). 14. The Hyundai’s latest i10 model comes with an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, which will be very compatible Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The new model will also come up with a wireless charging option. 15. The new model gets BlueLink telematics which provides various benefits and protection against safety, control and security.
  3. Is Electric Car Safe In Accidents Secrets Revealed Global warming and pollution is a serious issue now auto news. The World climate situation is now actively taken up by several activists, Governments and the common people. Social media is abuzz with pictures and videos of demonstrations and protests across the globe for protecting the world climate. More and more awareness is being spread about the perils of deteriorating greenery. Thus, even the world of auto has joined the herd in saving the climate by bringing the biggest climate concern under control that is fuel emissions. Many automakers are exploring and testing prototypes of electric cars, the new fascination in the car market. Tesla is already capitalizing on its first mover advantage with many of its electric models running on the road, With the roaring success of Tesla S, an all electric sedan Many companies are now ramping up on their electric car production, taking an aim at Tesla, to stay in sync with the trends and producing environment friendly cars. Electric cars reduce emissions and fuel costs. However, with all being said and done about this latest fad in the industry which is here to stay for a while, has anyone pondered upon the level of safety in accidents while making this transition from engine-fuelled cars to electric cars? Most companies have developed highly efficient systems in terms of airbags and seatbelts which is their prime selling point for safety during accidents. However, are there any developments in the internal systems which make electric cars safer? Cars with internal combustion engines carry a tank full of gasoline which can easily catch fire and explode. Electric cars do not carry gasoline but they have large arrays of lithium–ion batteries. Though they are pose a lesser risk than gasoline, batteries also have a tendency to catch fire and explode due to its high energy density. They contain a liquid electrolyte that stores energy and can overheat and combust with prolonged exposure to the wrong conditions. These power cells are also subject to short-circuiting if they are damaged, and those short-circuits can result in fires if the proper safety precautions are not in place. Smaller sizes of these batteries are also used in laptops and mobiles and off-late, there have been several documented cases of explosions in these gadgets. So imagine what would a larger battery size be prone to when it collides with another heavy vehicle? And the number of batteries packed in a single car runs in thousands. So when it collides, the explosion caused in such batteries would cause severe wreckage and harm that is even beyond our imagination. In the defence of such possibilities, Tesla and other electric car makers are installing a bevy of precautionary devices — for instance, fuses and circuit breakers that disconnect the batteries when the collision detectors become aware that the battery pack is about to sustain damage. Keeping the batteries cool is also essential; the hotter the batteries, the more likely they are to explode. Tesla as well as Ford (in its new Focus Electric model) circulate radiator-chilled coolant throughout the battery pack to keep the temperature as low as possible while the car is running. Nissan, in its all-electric LEAF model, is using an air-cooling system. The division of the batteries into an array (as opposed to one large battery) is also partly a safety choice: The batteries are separated from one another by steel cases to prevent fire from spreading through the entire pack. Not surprisingly, one of the current leaders in inventing ways to make electric car batteries safer is Volvo, a company that has always considered advanced safety systems to be their major selling point. Their new C30 DRIVe Electric locates the battery pack as far as possible from the car’s crumple zones to keep it safe in a collision. Tesla however, has won the highest possible safety ratings in crash tests. To conclude, the likelihood of passenger injuries in crashes in electric cars is comparatively lower than those involved with gasoline and diesel engines.
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