• 12-way power driver’s seat
Looking at the QX50 side on, the car’s window line rises towards the back, while the roofline gently slopes down. A small roof spoiler, horizontal taillights plus two exhaust exits peeking out of the rear bumper complete what should be a sportier look for Infiniti’s crossover.
The G3 Pro Colour Restorer uses a professional grade formula to return colour and gloss to dull, faded paintwork. Perfect for removing minor defects including micro-scratches and swirls, light oxidation, holograms and tree sap, it will bring paint back to its original showroom condition. Ideally applied using a slightly damp G3 Pro White Waffle Applicator Pad in a back and forth motion.
Miller created Ford's first annual report -- complete with financial tables, charts and footnotes and what he described as "a nice cover."
Can you remember a time when 'cavalier' wasn’t merely the attitude of the White House’s incumbent but one of the most prolific automobiles on UK roads? Then settle into a bout of nostalgia as we look back at our 1989 and 1990 What Car? Family Car of the Year winner, the Mk3 Vauxhall Cavalier.
What the 2018 Accord brings is a next-level driving experience. This Honda interacts with its driver almost intuitively; there’s an eagerness that isn’t available in its competitors. Let’s start with the transmission.
So, “WRC 7” has all of the cars, all of the teams and ALL of the tracks from the current rally season. I started out with the big cars before quickly realizing that they had a little too much power for a rallying rookie; in-house rally driver Jimmy had a bit more luck early on. But with the hyperrealistic brand-spanking-new Thrustmaster Ts-Xw Racer Sparco P310 wheel controller setup -- thanks guys, we love it -- I could feel every errant rock at the edge of the road, every tree stump and every freewheeling jump the Ford Junior WRC car could throw at me. Front-wheel drive: It’s where the losers start.
Oversteer affects the rear wheels, and there are two types of oversteer to contend with. The first happens under braking, where the car's weight transfers towards the front of the car, causing the rear end to become light and lose grip. If you are steering, then the momentum can then bring the back end of the car around like a pendulum. In this instance, you need to steer into the skid, so if the car swings out to the left, you need to steer to the left.