Public Groupactive 1 week, 2 days ago
Unfortunately, nature will not treat cars too nicely. The harsh components of nature can, the truth is, be quite brutal and ruin cars. Cars are created to derive, not face the fierce battle that this various climate conditions present. Be it sun, rain, sleet, snow, as well as wind, each will harm cars in a multitude of ways.
When the skies open, and rain boils down, the vehicle is confronted with high levels of acid while it’s raining. These acids literally eat away the auto’s paintwork. Your car’s exterior will become very patchy, and horrible, with paint peeling in all places. As well, the rain leaves unsightly watermarks, well as over time causes the frame to rust and mould.
Snow is worse. It also leaves watermarks, eats the paintwork etc, but in addition to all or any of that, the auto freezes over. Snow leaves the auto and all sorts of it’s components frozen, like the brakes, to ensure that it’s not only a whole pain-in-the-neck, but in addition exceedingly dangerous. When brakes are frozen they cannot work effectively enough, and may cause hazardous, erratic driving.
I could only find fuel economy stats for Kia used cars much like the Sportage for 2005 and older. From 2005 to 2008 both the.0-litre engine could easily get 10 litres, per 100km for city driving and 8 litres, per 100km for highway driving. The 2.7-litre engine might get 12-litres, per 100km for city driving and 9-litres, per 100km for highway driving.
When it comes to safety, Toyota Etios offers advanced level safety on every ride. It is equipped with dual airbags, anti lock braking mechanism, electronic brake distribution, and energy absorbing body shell. Apart from these features there are several other technologies and advancements followed to ensure safety under diverse climatic conditions and severe road conditions also. Good ground clearance, under body protection, anti-corrosion steel sheets, and chip resistant paint are some of the best technologies to adapt to various road at the same time as climatic conditions.
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