2013 Chrysler 300 AWD
Chrysler's 300 is a double-breasted suit in a world full of safe navy blue blazers. All-wheel drive gives it the traction to appeal to a whole new buyer. Tom Voelk finds out how much luxury can be had in a base model.
ColorShift - Plastic Dipping - 300c - Matte White (Mat Beyaz)
Plastic Dipping , iç ve dış alanlar için uygun olan ve hava ile teması sonucu kuruyan ve daldırma, fırça ile uygulama ve basınçlı hava tabancası ile püskürtme işlemiyle gerçekleştirilen sentetik kauçuk kaplamadır .Kauçuk ile kaplar, katmanlaştırır, korur, sıkıştırır, yalıtır ve kaymayı önler. Her türlü hava koşuluna karşı uygundur.. Her zemine uygulanabilen ve sıkıldığınızda çok kolay sökülebilen , Koruyucu özelliği ile % 400 esneyebilen yapısı sayesinde dışarıdan gelen fiziki darbelere karşı alt yüzeyi koruma altına almaktadır. Sökülmesi halinde alt yüzeydeki (boya ,plastik ,cam ,krom vs.) kesinlikle zarar vermemektedir. -34ºC ile +150ºC arasındaki ısıya, sürtünmeye ,rutubete, asite, tuza ve bazik maddelere karşı dayanıklı kaplama malzemesidir.
2013 Chrysler 300 Glacier Edition First Drive and new AWD Tech Demo
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The newly introduced Chrysler 300 Glacier Edition is the showcase car for Chrysler's new All-Wheel-Drive system. Unlike the previous generation, the new Chrysler AWD system is rear -wheel biased so that it feels more like driving a rear-wheel drive car. In this exclusive TFLcar video Nathan and Nicole get to test Chrysler new AWD cars in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan on a very frozen and cold test track. So how does the new Chrysler 300 Glacier Edition handle the ice and snow? Check out this first drive video to find out.
4WD, AWD, SUVs, trucks wrecking on ice compilation: no vehicle is immune to icy roads!
(No one was hurt in any of the accidents shown). I'm Dan Robinson, a storm chaser and cameraman. I've been traveling around the USA documenting and researching icy roads since 2004, and I have witnessed - and captured on camera - many accidents involving SUVs, trucks, semis, all-wheel drive vehicles, 4WD vehicles, vehicles with traction control and winter tires. No driver or vehicle can safely go highway speeds on icy roads! If you don't believe me, watch this video and decide for yourself! My hope is that you will learn from the mistakes of these drivers and SLOW DOWN to a safe speed the next time you drive on an icy road (or better yet, wait for the threat to pass). I recommend speeds LESS than 45mph on highways when snow covers a road, less than 35mph off of highways and on highway curves, hills, ramps and in heavy traffic. Speeds above 45mph on icy roads are NOT SAFE for ANY vehicle. Stay off of any steep hills when roads are icy. For freezing rain, no speeds are safe! Icy roads kill more people in the USA than all other forms of severe weather COMBINED. Learn more at http://icyroadsafety.com, a web site I built to help educate drivers. All of this footage is copyrighted and may not be copied, re-uploaded or used without a license. For footage inquiries, visit: http://stormhighway.com/contact-footage.php