2012 / 2013 Review of the Lexus RX450h F-Sport edition. A luxury SUV Hybrid Vehicle. Lexus offers the RX with a triple choice of engines in Australia. The starter is the RX270, has a 2.7 litre four-cylinder engine, the RX350, with a 3.5 litre V6 and the RX450h which carries the same 3.5 litre V6 as the RX350, which is reinforced by additional electric propulsion on the wheels. www.cartell.tv www.facebook.com Video Rating: 5 / 5
Click here to read the full Nissan Juke review ow.ly The Nissan Juke is the latest in the car maker’s line of segment-crossing SUVs. Built in Sunderland alongside the larger Qashqai, the Juke is a similar size to a small hatchback such as the Fiesta or Corsa – but it looks nothing like anything else on the market. It looks like a hatchback on steroids – large, bulky wheel arches and a raised ground height echo those of a larger SUV, while a highly sculptured design, with large chiselled wheel arches, an aggressive looking front-end and a sloped rear window are completely unique…. Video Rating: 3 / 5
Watch the exclusive extended version of our latest Range Rover Evoque commercial. “The Collector” takes us on an unexpected journey across land and sea, bringing together events that began two centuries ago. For more information on the Range Rover Evoque, please visit www.landrover.com the official home of Land Rover USA.
Volkswagen floats idea of new midsize SUV
The Ford Explorer and Jeep Grand Cherokee dominate the midsize SUV segment in the U.S., with sales of nearly 320,000 vehicles between them in 2012. But Browning says there's room for more. Volkswagen projects midsize SUV sales will jump 20 percent … Read more on Knoxville News Sentinel
Porsche celebrates 50 years of 911 with some excellent pics
For Porsche, the 50th anniversary of this iconic sports car is the central theme of 2013. There will be a …. This is due in part to the smaller 3.4 liter displacement in the Carrera basic model (yet developing 5 hp more than the 997/II), and to its … Read more on Autoblog (blog)
www.autobytel.com The 2013 Lexus 300h shares the same hybrid power plant as the new Toyota Camry Hybrid. It’s the goal of Lexus to have a hybrid version of every model and the ES 300h takes them one step closer to accomplishing this. The ES has been around since 1989 and this 2013 model marks the first time in its 20+ year history that a hybrid power plant can be had. With the discontinuation of the HS 250h, the ES 300h now becomes the entry level hybrid car in the Lexus line-up. The MSRP of the 2013 Lexus ES 300h is just under 000. The engine and drive train that power the 2013 Lexus ES 300h is called the Lexus Hybrid Drive system and is comprised of a 2.5 liter 4-cylinder engine that when combined with the electric motor produces 200 horsepower. The transmission is a Continuously Variable Automatic that helps in the fuel economy department. Gas mileage ratings are 40 MPG in the city and 39 MPG on the highway. With this 6th generation ES, Lexus raised the bar where the interior is concerned. The center stack has been totally redesigned with a more modern and fresh look. The remote touch interface is one of the most user friendly on the market. The ergonomic are much improved and the interior now flows together quite well. The seats are also improved with new supportive material. All the new Lexus hybrids get a nice Bamboo trim treatment. The 2013 Lexus ES 300h luxury car drives like a dream and gets some of the best fuel economy figures of all hybrid vehicles on the …