At month’s end I will return to the Netherlands after 15 great years in China. I will stop updating CarNewsChina.com, this is my very last article. I started this website back in 2010, and it has been a fantastic time. I met many fine people, traveled all over the country, and was doing what I loved most.
Exeed is a new premium SUV brand under Chery. The Exeed LX is their second car. The Exeed LX is a bit too obviously based on the Chery Tiggo 7, but the new front end looks kind of cool; better visible now than in the earlier pictures we saw.
To be able to ride vehicle in Ontario, the first and the foremost thing that you need to do to get driver’s license is to pass the “Ontario G1 exam”. For this, it is very important to know how the test is structured and what type of questions is answered in the test.
The Mercedes-AMG A35 L 4matic is the first China-made AMG, manufactured by Beijing-Benz. Power comes from a turbocharged 2.0 with an output of 306 hp and 400 Nm, good for a 250 km/h top speed. 0-100 takes 4.9 seconds.
Hyundai Getz was released on the market in 2002. Since then, this small car has won the hearts of many thousands of girls. Getz attracts with its compactness and reliability. Small on the outside, it is quite spacious on the inside. This economical model spends from 4.5 to 6 liters of gasoline per 100 km, and at the same time, it is quite frisky.
Jetta is a new brand under the FAW-Volkswagen joint venture in China, aimed at young car buyers. The Jetta VA3 is basically a rebadged Volkswagen Jetta, which sounds as weird as it is. It is old too, the Chinese Jetta debuted back in 2013!
Accidents are called ‘accidents’ for a reason. They are one of life’s harshest realities we have to face: they are a dangerous mix of unexpected and inevitable. It does not matter if we drive at 30 mph or 90 mph, car accidents can happen to us due to many unforeseeable circumstances.
How Google uses data when you use our partners' sites or apps
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Similarly, apps that partner with Google can send us information such as the name of the app and an identifier that helps us to determine which ads we've served to other apps on your device. If you are signed in to your Google Account, and depending on your Account settings, we may add that information to your Account, and treat it as personal information.
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If you are signed in to your Google Account, and depending on your Account settings, you can see and edit some of the information we collect from the sites and apps you have visited.
Many sites across the web use Google Analytics to understand how visitors engage with their sites or apps. If you don’t want Analytics to be used in your browser, you can install the Google Analytics browser add-on. Learn more about Google Analytics and privacy.
Google makes it easy for you to make recommendations for your friends - for example, by clicking the +1 button on content you like. Some of your +1s may show your name and Google+ profile photo in ads, but you can opt out if you don't want to appear in ads. You can also visit the +1 tab on your Google+ profile to review and manage all of your +1's. Learn more about how to get to your +1 tab.
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