The compact hatchback Peugeot 208 was designed to win women’s hearts. This is the answer to the question, which compact car to choose. It must be beautiful and have two pedals. Your girlfriends should be jealous, but it must have enough room to put in your purchase.
The Peugeot 208 is a resident of a big city. Leading the way through the narrow stone streets of Vilnius, posing against the backdrop of medieval castles and flirting with trucks, it has proved to be a reliable car for the ladies. They pick up shoes and handbags to match the Peugeot 208, they travel to work, to shops and visit their mothers.
Production of new models is an expensive business. In order to expand the range of proposals it is possible to choose a less expensive way, which is well known in the automotive industry: to multiply the number of variations for an existing product. It has been done with the restyling of the Skoda Yeti. With just enough cosmetic alterations to justify a second look before the manufacturer turns its attention to a replacement.
Good city gas mileage Nice steering feel Smooth ride
Noisy, harsh engine Outdated four-speed automatic Litlte power for passing
A worthy entrant in the entry/subcompact field, the Yaris rides on Toyota’s reputation for reliability; which may help justify its price (my LE test model came in at over 17K, without taxes) in a class that is increasingly crowded – where it is up against notables from Ford, Mazda, Kia and Nissan Micra.
In Italy, I was lucky to ride on the updated flagship model of Nissan Teana for the first time. The place of presentation was very convenient: while testing the car in Italy, you can study its habits on motorways, on narrow provincial tracks, as well as on mountain ones. Unfortunately, our group was not lucky with the weather: heavens poured us with rain at times replaced by hail for the entire trip around beautiful Lake Como. But despite this, the impressions of the surrounding landscape as well as from the new car were extremely positive.Continue reading →
It wouldn’t be a motor show without some models of the female variety. This year’s Geneva Motor Show girls have made for the galleries that are better than ever! The Geneva Motor Show 2014 wouldn’t be half the spectacle it is without the booth girls. You can attend with the flashiest motor in the room, yet if you your competitor will undoubtedly garner more attention if you forget the girls.
84th International Motor Show, Palexpo, 6th to 16th March 2014. World premieres in car industry, international car exposition. Check out the newest models, concept vehicles and latest in automotive technology .
The new 2015 Ford Focus might look familiar. Ford unveiled the face-lifted Focus in Geneva, featuring updated technology behind a more familiar face—one that’s reminiscent of its Fiesta and Fusion relatives.
The updated crossover Range Rover Evoque at first glance has almost unchanged. This is understandable, because the triumphal march of the model in the world markets began only two years ago. But the British decided not to rest on our laurels and during its restyling became the first in the world to stock the Evoque with a 9 – speed automatic transmission. During a test drive on European roads the correspondent of the Topwomencars.com was convinced that the new gearbox will be another asset of the model.
Apple will take its latest step toward the conquest of car dashboards at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show this week. The tech giant will unveil CarPlay, a new way to integrate an iPhone into the infotainment systems of certain new cars. The system was known in development as iOS in the Car, and demonstrates Apple’s interest in the automotive market.
What happens when Apple iOS meets Volvo’s new user interface? Say hello to Apple CarPlay.