Car buyers are preferring to buy used cars these days as they get good features and excellent value for money. If you want to purchase a used car, you should contact professionals like REVS Check in NSW to get the PPSR check of the car done. This will provide you information on the car you consider buying and help you make rational buying decisions.
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!
There’s not much to fashion when it comes to race car drivers. Race car drivers can never neglect to wear their racing suits with all the protective gear while driving. The only way that they can express their sense of fashion is through their wristwatches. The task is to select a watch that is fashionable, but more importantly serves as a perfect accessory that aids in their driving.
This is the very first picture of the new Mercedes-Benz GLC L, the long wheelbase variant of the GLC SUV. Wheelbase will be extended by 10 centimeters, all the extra space goes to the passengers in the back.
On now with our coverage of the 2018 Chengdu Auto Show. Starting with the Honda Inspire, a sported-up variant of the Honda Accord, made in China by Dongfeng-Honda, where it replaces the aging Honda Spirior.
These days, you can buy anything through online shopping. You just name a product or service and Google it; you will get a list of suppliers who are ready to give their best offer.
The spare parts of any car are also not an exception to this. There are large number of vendors or OEM and third parties who are manufacturing spare parts, ready to grab your order and offer their service.
This is the WEY P8 GT PHEV, a sporty SUV-coupe version of the WEY P8 SUV. The P8 GT comes with a giant black beak with a shiny edge around, sharp looking lights, and gigantic mirrors mounted on the doors.
This is the first photo of the NIO ES6, a five seat electric SUV that will be positioned below the NIO ES8. It will hit the Chinese car market in Q4, with price starting around 200.000 yuan or $30.300.
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