Teste de força entre Hummer H2 e Toyota Tundra
Prepare os engates, e ligue os motores vai começar mais um teste que todos
pediram, quem arrasta quem ? Um Hummer H2 x Toyota Tundra.
Quem leva a melhor ? Ou melhor, quem leva quem ?
Façam suas apostas.
Com visual totalmente redesenhado o azera 2012 também leva novo motor:
agora, um 3.0 v6 com mais potência, acoplado a um câmbio automático de
seis velocidades. Mas as novidades não param por aí...
New 2012 Hyundai Azera Design
If you're into plus-size models, then you're sure to appreciate the the
all-new Hyundai Azera. Looking like a curvy Sonata but with some more meat
on its bones, the Azera is all-new for 2012 and sports a more powerful
3.3-liter V6 engine making 293-hp and 255 lb-ft of torque. Using a
six-speed automatic transmission Hyundai boasts it can achieve 20-mpg in
the city and 29-mpg highway for a combined 23-mpg rating, which matches the
Acura TL and Toyota Avalon and tops all other rivals (if you don't include
the rear-drive Chrysler 300). Hyundai also touts the car's power-to-weight
ratio, at just 3,600 lbs it's quite light for a full size car and weighs
200 lbs less than a Buick LaCross and 400 less than a Taurus.
Back to the car's design, along with a large chrome grille it gets plenty
of chrome detailing (perhaps too much), as well as LED taillights and
accent lighting, integrated Exhaust
tips and 18-inch wheels standard (19s are optional).
Fitting between the Sonata and rear-drive Genesis Sedan in the Hyundai
lineup, few might remember the old Azera but that's likely to change now.
It stretches 193.3-inches and is 73.2 inches wide. (For perspective, that's
5-inches shorter and one inch less wide than a Chrysler 300). With all that
size, the Azera boasts more front headroom and legroom than any of its
Perhaps the Azera's best selling feature is its extensive list of standard
equipment. Included on even base models is leather, dual automatic climate
control, a 7-inch display screen with navigation and a back-up camera, a
power driver's seat, proximity key, nine airbags, second row air vents, a
cooled glove box, plus heated front and rear seats. Those looking for all
the goodies can upgrade to the Tech Package with 19-inch wheels, a
panoramic sunroof, HID lights, a power rear sunshade and manual side rear
shades, a 12-speaker 550-watt Infiniti audio system, a power tilt and
telescopic steering column, an extendable driver's seat cushion, vented
front seats and rear parking sensors.