http://MPGomatic.com drops the hammer on a 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour AWD for a 0-60 MPH acceleration test. The Crosstour is equipped with a SOHC 24-Valve i-VTEC 3.5L V6 engine and five-speed automatic transmission.
2010 Nissan Murano 0-60 MPH
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0-60 MPH acceleration test. This Murano is equipped with a 3.5L V6 and
Xitronic CVT transmission.
2010 Nissan Maxima 0-60 MPH
http://MPGomatic.com drops the hammer on a 2010 Nissan Maxima SV for a 0-60
MPH acceleration test. The Maxima's 3.5-liter DOHC 24-valve V6 engine is
mated to a continuously variable transmission CVT.
There are two runs in this clip: the first with the transmission in Drive,
the second with the transmission shifted manually. Traction control off.
The 3.5-liter V6 is rated at 290 horsepower (HP) / 261 foot
pounds of torque.
2010 Honda Accord Crosstour Bluetooth Pairing
http://MPGomatic.com goes through the Bluetooth pairing process on a 2010
Honda Accord Crosstour EX-L Nav, using an iPhone 3G. Unlike many lesser
systems, the Accord EX-L's Navigation System allows for phonebooks to be
2010 Camaro SS 6.2 V8 0-60 MPH
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acceleration test. This Camaro 2SS's 6.2-liter V8 engine
is mated to a six-speed manual transmission. The car is fitted with the
optional 20" polished aluminum wheel package. This is our first run with
Launch Control ON.
First Ever! - 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour
This is a review of the first ever 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour crossover.
Hard to believe this actually counts as a truck, but one things for sure -
it's an amazing vehicle.
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powerful SUVs that you can buy today. All three of these cars are faster than many modern sports cars.
Combined, they have almost 1500 horsepower. But of course we
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MPH. In another fun and exclusive TFLcar comparison Mashup review we test
the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT vs BMW X5 M vs Porsche Cayenne GTS from
0-60 MPH to find out which fast SUV is the king of the hill...at least when
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2014 Honda Crosstour 3.5L V-6 Test Drive & CUV Video Review
http://www.autobytel.com/honda/crosstour/ The Honda Crosstour made its
debut as a 2012 model and is essentially the hatchback wagon version of a
Honda Accord. Now we get a revised version that includes a facelift on the
outside, updates to the interior, upgraded technology, and a new Earth
Dreams engine that is more fuel efficient and more powerful. The 2014 Honda
Crosstour has a base price of $27,230.
With over 20 models sold by Honda here in the U.S.; it's hard to understand
why this vehicle exists But as sales have shown, there is a niche for this
vehicle in the CUV segment. The Honda Crosstour is a great choices for a
number of different car buyers including: families, couples with young
children, and even retired people where an Accord or Camry isn't quite
enough as they need that extra space out back but do not necessarily want
to invest in an SUV or large CUV. Hence the Crosstour is the perfect
For the first few years of its existence, the Crosstour did not compete
very well with other vehicles in this segment like the Toyota Venza or the
Subaru Outback. But Honda has given this car a new lease on life with
beefier looks, luxurious interior, and upgraded powerplant. The result is
improved sales and a car that meets the needs of more people, perfectly.
Under the hood lives an Earth Dreams V-6 engine that includes Variable
Valve Timing and Variable Cylinder Management. The 3.5 liter V-6 engine
makes 278 horsepower and 252 lb-ft. of
torque. Power is put down through a 6-speed automatic transmission. Fuel
economy is 20 MPG in the city and 30 MPG on the highway. There is also a
less powerful 4-cylinder that averages a little bit better fuel economy.
On the inside, the Crosstour has a very nice design. There are 2 screen
located in the center console, one controls the navigation and while the
other is for the radio. The 2014 Honda Crosstour is a good buy if need
extra cargo space along with the reliability of a Honda.
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Lancer Fix | Shaking While Driving 60 mph (Semi Fix) - Ep.5
Rotors 0:27, Struts 2:41, Axle 7:13, Inner Tie Rods 9:48
This is a 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer ES. I'm cleaning it up from the bottom,
hoping to make it look nice and in a good condition.
In EvoM Forum:
The front side of the car car slipped off the jack stand and then the
steering wheel started to be shaking or vibrating. Here are the things that
I did to find the fix:
1. I changed front rotors
2. I changed front struts
3. I change right front axle
4. I changed the inner tie rods
For balancing, I use tape measure to measure the gaps between the front
wheels. The gaps are at the front of the wheels, and the back of the
wheels. I measure right on one of the lines on the surface of the tires and
also on the inside cheeks of the tires. I drive around and come back to
measure and see if the gaps are the same. Then I adjust the tie rod if they
aren't. I would do this for like 10 times.. just to make sure.
It amazingly feels better after changing the inner tie rods. However, there
is still a very little vibration during 60 mph. I don't know if it's the
right front bearing that might has been affected by the drop or because of
the engine that vibrates it.
Modes on this car:
*Red calipers, red drums
*Security alarm CrimeStopper SP-400 with the engine start system
*Trunk release kit
*GENUINE A/C heater air controller gears kit
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