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Here are the features of the Ford EcoSport 2022

Ditulis oleh Angelo998 dipublikasikan pada 15-11-2022 pukul 12

Autofun Philippines –  Ford's compact SUV called EcoSport certainly cannot be called a new one. However, it can be defined as the best-selling Blue Oval brand capable of offering versatility and capacity, more refined style and sophisticated technology to customers in Europe. Learn more in our FAQs; the most asked questions by users on the web.

How big is the 2022 Ford EcoSport?

It has a wheelbase of 251.9 cm and a length of 409.6 cm. Its width is 176.5 cm while its height is 165.3 cm.

Ford EcoSport 2022 has how many versions and engines?

The new Ford EcoSport only offers a 125-horsepower 1.0 EcoBoost engine with a 6-speed manual transmission. It runs on gasoline and accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 11.0 seconds. Torque 170 Nm

Ford EcoSport 2022 is produced like?

Aesthetically, it has a dynamic, strong and sophisticated style. There are also contrast painted roof color options that extend to the window pillars, top door frames, roof spoiler and exterior mirrors. Its body is very separate from the ground, muscular and has ribbed lines to give it a better presence on the road. Wide wheel arches with large front grille. The bonnet is sculpted with a bulging center section, right below is the signature angular LED headlights. New 17- and 18-inch alloy wheels complete the strong and sporty character.

How much capacity is the trunk of the Ford EcoSport 2022?

It starts at 356 liters of standard capacity, reaching 1238 liters if the rear seats are completely removed. The starting platform is adjustable.

Integrated technology on Ford EcoSport 2022

The central 8-inch floating touch screen integrates a feedback infotainment system. Ford's SYNC 3 infotainment and communication system is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The instrument panel (4.2 ″) is also semi-digital, with a central TFT display for key driving information, while the tachometer and odometer are analog.

What does the cockpit and interior of the Ford EcoSport 2022 look like?

The passenger compartment has been redesigned to feel luxurious and practical. So these are easier-to-use soft-touch controls and materials, and the new center console is ergonomically designed for ease of use and fewer buttons. Adjustable interior lights can be set to one of seven colors.

Sophisticated driver assistance technology for Ford EcoSport

EcoSport 2022 offers cruise control with an adjustable speed limiter for the first time. There is also a rearview camera that makes parking more efficient and safer. Other driver-assist technologies include Blind Spot Assist and Rolling Stability Control, which automatically adjusts engine torque and braking.

Ford EcoSport 2022 how much?

The Titanium version starts from €21,500, ST-Line from €22,500 and Active also from €22,500.


What is my feeling when I become a driver of Ford Everest?

Ditulis oleh Angelo998 dipublikasikan pada 14-11-2022 pukul 15

Autofun Philippines – What are the main engines and transmission stats? This Everest Ambiente is equipped with a 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder, twin-turbo diesel engine, producing 154 kW at 3750 rpm and 500 Nm at 1750-2000 rpm.


It has a 10-speed automatic transmission and a selectable full-time 4WD mode, with 2H, 4H and 4L modes, plus a 4A (4WD Auto) mode, which acts as a drivetrain all-wheel drive, for use on high-traction surfaces such as asphalt. Ford Everest price Philippines doesn’t change much.


Ambient drive mode, which adjusts throttle, transmission, brake, traction and engine stability control characteristics to suit driving and terrain conditions, including Normal, Bio ergonomics, Drag/Drag and Slide. This base variant doesn't have the Mud/Ruts or Sand modes in the higher spec variants.


What is it like to be a daily driver?

Not much has changed in the performance of the 2.0-liter Everest on the road. That's impressive.


First of all, the driver can choose his preferred driving position thanks to a steering wheel that can adjust the depth and tilt and a seat that can be adjusted manually.


The Everest is a substantial SUV, but it never feels cumbersome to maneuver, thanks in large part to its uniquely weighted steering.


I'm a fan of Everest's 2.0-liter engine, as it's proven time and time again as a powerful unit capable of delivering smooth, durable power and torque. stable at both low and high speeds. Bonus: 10-speed automatic has been tweaked to never feel as hard


Not much has changed. In fact, the whole driving experience has improved from what was on the good side.


This is a smooth and refined ride up Everest. NVH levels (noise, vibration, harshness) are well minimized, so it's very quiet in the cabin, with nothing annoying other than low-level wind around the exterior mirrors.


The suspension setup - consisting of coil springs - helps create a super smooth and confident ride and handling. The new generation's longer wheelbase and wider track also make Everest firm and predictable.


One problem persists, however: the

automatic transmission's gearshift lever (what Ford calls the "e-Shifter shifter)" is an overgrown type of shifter that takes a bit of time to develop. get used to - and I've never really gotten used to it.


On the other hand, the new Everest is one of the best SUVs on the market for off-road driving.


How was the tour? The Everest has always made a good off-road touring rig, and within the Ambiente specs, it doesn't lose its effective off-road performance, but removes some frills and retains functionality.


There's plenty of low-end torque here thanks to the 2.0-liter engine, and the car's 4WD mechanical and driver assistance technology is generally faultless. It even has a rear differential lock if you're looking for a position that's hard enough to justify using it.


Ambiente's off-road and touring modes - Tow/Haul and Slide - adjust throttle response, transmission control and traction to suit the task and driving conditions. Some people have mildly complained that this base variant doesn't have Mud/Ruts or Sand modes, but I say:

lower your tire pressure according to the terrain, drive according to the conditions and you'll be straight.


Speaking of tires, the standard Ambiente has 17-inch wheels that are suitable for dust, but this optional Everest has 18 inches (on the Goodyear Wrangler Territory (255/65R18) off-roaders), which is at least better suited to off-road terrain than the standard Ambiente. with 20-inch saucer wheels of some other variants. Adding sidewalls gives the driver more flexibility in how much air you can push out of the tire to perform better on the terrain it traverses.


But there are some aspects of the Everest that aren't quite as positive for optimal off-road driving.


It's hindered a bit by its physical size, especially its wheelbase, which means that to avoid hitting the Everest's undercarriage or dirtboard, you have to adjust your style. Drive your car more carefully on difficult terrains, especially steep. Hills with ramps must be crossed carefully. Ford has fitted a sturdy steel underbody guard to all 4×4 variants, so it should at least be able to cope with a blow or two.


Off-road angle can be increased a bit with a slight two-inch increase, and while the tires are decent, you can always opt for off-road vehicles with more aggressive treads and bumpers.


However, these are minor problems and are easy to fix.


All Everest models are equipped with a drag/line transmission that optimizes gearshifts to maintain the best engine power and braking, as well as reducing shifting "active" when towing.


Towing capacity is 750 kg (without brake) and 3500 kg (with brake). Gross vehicle mass (GVM) is 3100 kg for 2.0L 4x4; GCM (gross aggregate) is 6250 kg.


How much fuel does it consume?

Ambiente 4×4 official consumption is 7.2 liters per 100 km, at the combined cycle.


In our testing, which includes heavy driving on closed surfaces and a premium 4x4 on a short stretch of firm sand, we recorded real-world fuel consumption of 8.9 L/100 km. ; the display shows 8.2 liters per 100 km of the driver.


It has an 80L fuel tank so based on that fuel consumption you can reasonably expect a range of around 868 km for a full tank but that takes into account the safe buffer distance of 30 km.


AdBlue is required on any variant with this twin-turbo engine.


Renault 4 actually arrived

Ditulis oleh Angelo998 dipublikasikan pada 14-11-2022 pukul 15

Wapcar Automotive News – October 17, 2022, Renault debuts at the Paris Motor Show. The manufacturer presents a production-ready research model for a modern classic:

modern and all-electric Renault 4s.

The Paris Motor Show will be held from October 17 to 23. Events of this kind are unlikely to be common anymore, as manufacturers incur exorbitant costs to then share the lights. stage with the opponent.

Many car brands thank them, but car enthusiasts can enjoy classic style in Paris. Because in the first place a motorcycle show is held, but above all because of the news that Renault gives there: a research model ready for the production of a modern Renault 4. And, Renault is prevailed in other markets, such as Renault Malaysia.


Until recently, Renault had no "retro design": designed a car based on the successes of the past. And this while the manufacturer has accumulated a lot of success of its kind! Moreover, such a design style did not hurt competitors like Mini and Fiat. This must have penetrated slowly into the French because recently more and more research models have appeared, making the Renault cars since then a nod.

Officially, 4EVER Trophy is still just a concept car, but the manufacturer does not hide the desire to soon breathe new life into the old 4 generations. Judging by this research model, the car will ultimately stay true to the original. Just look at the front, signature third-party windows and large rear doors.

Umbrella holder

In 1961, Renault offered an alternative to the Citroën 2CV. Like the Ugly Duckling, the 4 was designed for urban and rural use. The conversion is done with the so-called "tray tray":

a gear lever protrudes from the dashboard. But unlike Citroën, Renault has fitted its small family car with a large fifth door. It's no longer surprising today, but in the early 1960s it was unique.

The 4 remained in production for 30 years, in its widest variety of forms. Our Roadside Assistance organization has also used their loyalty services for several years. Het Viertje is revered to this day. Among young people, who, 60 years later, still live the most beautiful adventures with her in protests across Africa.

Not instead, Renault hopes that these adventurers will pick up the street version of this research model when they return home. An all-electric crossover - how could it be otherwise - in a size that matches the size of the Captur. However, this contemporary hit model doesn't have to give way to the new 4 the two cars will soon be brought side by side.

The production version of 4EVER will be available in Dutch showrooms by 2025. The question, of course, is what he has to give in to. An electric Fiat 500 will soon cost 25 thousand, and another electric Mini 10 thousand. With a 42 kWh battery, the 4 will probably have a similar number. Not cheap, but what makes it greedy!

Here's What To Expect From Infiniti

Ditulis oleh Angelo998 dipublikasikan pada 14-11-2022 pukul 15

Wapcar Automotive News – The Japanese luxury brand is making another attempt to reinvent itself, and Nissan-derived hybrid technology called I-Power could be how it happens at a crucial time in its existence. in. While the Q50 and Q60 models are good alternatives to conventional high-end models, their outdated technology puts them at a disadvantage. The Infiniti brand crisis certainly hasn't helped as the Japanese automaker has renamed its models more times than we can count since its founding in 1989. 


However, Now, it looks like Infiniti car has regained its second breath and wants us to offer sporty-luxury styling in models like the QX55 coupe SUV. More importantly, car enthusiast Kirk Kreifels has announced that Infiniti will adopt a version of Nissan's E-Power. It's called I-Power (the number goes) and the future of the Japanese luxury brand could very well depend on it.


The Future of Infiniti

Infiniti must develop the next model if it is to return to the sights of luxury car buyers. While the Infiniti Q50 and Q60 proved popular with enthusiasts due to their famous platforms (now over 20 years old) and regulator-compatible VR30 DETT engines, Infiniti sales plummeted. regularly since 2018. The main reason for Infiniti's bad luck is due to its outdated lineup compared to direct competitors and the complete absence of BEV models in its lineup.


Over the past three years, the Japanese luxury brand has launched three concepts: a mid-size SUV called the QX Inspiration Concept, a sports sedan for the "electric age" called Qs Inspiration, and the QX60 Monograph. large size. Concept. . The latter leads to the recently introduced Infiniti QX60 three-row SUV, but we're yet to see any indication that production versions of the other two will arrive anytime soon. Is


Is QX55 revolutionary enough?

The short answer is no. It's surprisingly refreshing as it's reminiscent of the Infiniti FX, which was the brand's first coupe-like SUV when it was released in 2003. This was more of a revolution at the time as it practically started the trend of sporty luxury, road-oriented coupes and SUVs. It also shares the 350's VQ35 DE, 3.5-liter V6 engine on sale. Worse still, the QX55 comes with a KR20 DET engine, which is a variable compression engine also known as the 2.0 VC Turbo.


Although it produces a respectable 268 hp (200 kilowatts) at 5600 rpm and 280 lb-ft (380 Nm) at 4400-4800 rpm, it is mated to a continuously variable transmission. CVT and we all know what that means - monotonous drowning and rather exhausting driving characteristics. It stands in stark contrast to recent Infiniti models, mainly the Q50 and Q60.


So what is Infiniti I-Power?

Last year, Infiniti registered a trademark in the "Products and Services" section. So far, Infiniti has been vague with details about its I-Power hybrid powertrain, but we do know it's a version of Nissan's E-Power, which was recently introduced on models. Japan and Europe such as Note, Qashqai and X-Trail.


Unlike a conventional hybrid system in which the internal combustion engine and electric motor power the wheels, Nissan's E-Power uses the engine to power the generator. This powers the battery then outputs to the inverter and in turn output to the electric motor. 


Nissan says the E-Power combines all the benefits of an all-electric vehicle, such as instant response and extreme torque, minus the range anxiety. In Nissan's current lineup, the technology is combined with small in-line 3- and 4-cylinder engines ranging from 1.2 liters to 1.5 liters, but Infiniti's version of I-Power is expected. will lead to much higher performance.


While Infiniti's concept suggests exciting times are coming for the brand, the QX55 proves the brand is playing it safe, which automatically robs it of the individuality it so desperately needs to be captured. catch at least half as serious as BMW or Lexus.

Impressive JAC T6 range extended

Ditulis oleh Angelo998 dipublikasikan pada 11-11-2022 pukul 17

Autofun Philippines – JAC has impressed fleet operators and contractors since its launch in 2018. And, this brand has enjoyed great popularity in a lot areas, such as JAC Philippines.


Recent JAC customer research shows demand for 2.8L TDI engines in the local T6 range. . The range currently includes 1.9 L TDI Comfort and 2.0 L VVT Petrol Lux 4 × 2 derivatives, both sold under the R375 000 brand.


Göbel explains that demand for this engine is particularly strong. particularly driven by customers of neighboring countries and remote areas of South Africa, where affordability, reliability and ease of maintenance are important purchasing considerations.


A tough horse with a reliable engine and transmission


The proven 2.8 liter common rail four-cylinder turbodiesel develops 68 kW and 210 Nm. Five speeds in the 4×2 version and a six-speed manual transmission in the 4×4 derivative, meeting diverse customer needs from heavy loads to everyday city driving.


T6 2.8L TDI offers excellent fuel economy as its low torque curve requires earlier and less frequent gear changes. The fuel consumption of the 4×2 version is 7.9 L/100 km and the 4×4 comes in at an impressive 10.5 L/100 km (combined cycle).


T6 has heavy-duty ladder frame suspension and independent double wishbone front suspension with coil springs. This suspension setup provides better body roll resistance with greater lateral stiffness, delivering outstanding handling performance, increased safety and passenger comfort.


The payload of the T6 2.8L TDI is 900 kg and it has a maximum towing (brake) capacity of 2,000 kg. It offers the largest cargo area in its class, leaving plenty of room for cargo and tools. The double-walled cargo box measures 1520mm × 1520mm × 470mm and is lined with scratch and corrosion resistant truck bed liners.


T6 2.8L TDI is equipped with two airbags, ABS (anti-lock braking system) and EBD (electronic brake force distribution). An overhead brake light, rear view camera, rear parking sensors and speed sensor automatic door lock are standard equipment for added safety and convenience.


The comfortable cabin of the T6 is tastefully furnished for a relaxing driving experience. Standard equipment includes power steering, a height-adjustable leather-wrapped multifunction steering wheel, climate control, leather seats and power windows. The


T6 2.8L TDI features a radio/MP5 player with Bluetooth, a 12V accessory socket and a USB port neatly housed in the center console with the lid closed to ensure you're connected wherever you go. friend.


Off-road certificate proven to overcome large obstacles


T6 2.8 L TDI 4×4 features a reliable electronically controlled all-wheel drive system. At the touch of a button, the driver can switch between two-wheel drive (2H) and four-wheel drive (4H) at speeds up to 80 km/h. It also offers a choice of low-speed four-wheel drive (4L) with a torque boost mode, improving off-road ability. The 2H, 4H and 4L functions can be selected with buttons located neatly on the control panel.


Prices start at R349,900 and 4×4 derivatives sell for R399,900. The official retail price for the T6 range includes a standard five-year/150,000km manufacturer warranty and a five-year/60,000km maintenance plan.