Once in awhile, you make a mistake that can affect your vehicle. Although it is common for people to put the wrong fuel in their car, it is quite a big deal. If you make the wrong move, you could potentially damage your car beyond repair. At best, the repairs will cost you a fortune. Don’t worry, though, because there are a few steps that will save your car or your bank balance. Everything you need to know about putting the wrong fuel in the engine is listed below. Follow these steps and you should be fine.
Following its global unveiling at the LA Motor Show earlier this month, the 2017 Jaguar XE will be available in the US showrooms by Spring 2016. The XE fills the gap in the Jaguar sedan line-up left by the X-Type – the compact luxury sedan was a bestselling model for Jaguar but fell short in comparison with the Audi A4, BMW 3 and Mercedes C Class.
Autonomous cars are the future, and it seems like South Australia will be one of the first regions to welcome this new developing technology. The state has introduced a legislation which allows automakers to test drive their driverless cars on the roads of the South Australia, provided that the trials are insured and the residents are informed a month before the trial.
Since its inception, the Ford Explorer has proved to be a great success for the American automaker. It is one of the most popular 3 row SUVs in the US. As for the 2016 Explorer, it went on sale in June 2015 with most “significant update”.
The 2016 Ford Explorer is available in 4 variants; Base, XLT, Limited, and Sport and an all-new Platinum version. Powertrain options include a new 2.3L EcoBoost engine for the Base, XLT, and Limited models, which is a replacement of the previous 2.0L engine in the outgoing model. It produces 280 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque.