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But, that's just scratching the surface of the economic benefits Everybody may That big picture races out to a waste in the lead acid battery industry of over 7 billion a year that is easily eliminated. If you are in the business of selling lead acid batteries, and all of a sudden you begin to sell half as many this year as last year, you are going to earn less profit this year, than last year. Surprisingly the people involved with providing solutions to that maximum huge problem for the mass consuming public wouldn't be happy if all people knew that a patent pending, completely safe to use, consumer product solves 99% of the problem, and cost's one dollar per battery to do it. Moreover, of all cars that don't start, the primary reason is traced to a lead acid battery.

The number one automobile problem is failure to start. Hardly anyone ever thinks of it, but nothing happens if a vehicle doesn't start. The lead acid battery industry is a $14B (that's Billion) a year business. Then, when you get the $40.00 minimum-auto-mechanic labor word that you need a new battery, you can kiss another $50.00 bye-bye.

Ouch that going to cost an ugly penny. So, now you must cell-it over to a towing company. Most of us don't carry jumper cables in our car. Most of us have felt that oh no, not now feeling at one time or another.

Have you ever experienced that arrested experience that grips you if you turn the key and your car won't start?

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It's also interesting to note that apart from the Renault Megane sedan, the Focus is the only other European engineered and built 1.6 litre car in the The last Focus set a benchmark in its class, and the new sedan has been developed to expand the Focus' reach even beyond its better mknown three and five door siblings, even if the cabin space is the same as offered by the five door hatchback, boot aside. From the rear three quarters, the Focus sedan comes across as crisp and discreet, with triangular rear lamps that make it look like a scaled down Mondeo, an important point in status conscious Asian markets. What has also helped is that the new Focus has leaner and more elegant lines and these lend themselves better to a four-door sedan than the aggressively bold styling of the previous model. The first thing one notice about the sedan is that it looks well proportioned and neat, unlike the last model, which looked like it had its boot grafted on as an afterthought. Perhaps it is because, unlike the previous Focus, the new one especially this saloon version is targeted at the Asian markets. Why would Ford showcase its best-selling European model in Asia before its world premier in Europe? It launched the Focus range at the Paris Motor Show in late September last year, but the prototype Focus Concept, a thinly disguised Focus sedan, was actually revealed three months earlier in June at the Beijing Motor Show. Ford has done things a little differently with the new Focus, especially the four door sedan model.

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An MPV of this size is always going to be slow and heavy on the handling, but the Galaxy comes away from my test with an A for effort. It's not just the looks department where the Ford Galaxy flexes its muscle; it also has the unbelievable claim to fame that it actually provides a good standard of drive. The current market leader, the Renault Espace, looks like some kind of shoebox shaped homunculus by comparison. The sleek lines and sporty body are instantly recognisable as Ford, as though someone has inflated the Focus and jammed some extra seats in it. Obviously a vehicle as large and ungainly as a minibus is never going to look as sexy as a Porsche Carrera, but for a 7 seater MPV, the Galaxy is bordering on gorgeous. The Ford Galaxy looks well fantastic. Just when you thought that you'd seen the last of the MPVs on the motorway with the screaming kids in the back, Ford come along and relight the fire on the charred embers of MPV dom. Add to this the fact that they aren't generally too cheap and you have a type of vehicle that is as redundant as a chocolate fireguard. The majority of families in the United Kingdom have 1-3 children, so huge 7 seater vehicles aren't really a requirement. The poor miles per gallon ratios, the large dirty engines and the general poor performance have all but nailed the coffin shut on the very American phenomenon that are MPVs. It can be said the genre that is Multi Person Vehicle (MPVs) is dying out.

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Though not quite to the Porsche pioneered the art of hiding motor sports-inspired hardware beneath voluptuous curves. The finer details add eye candy - the centrally-mounted exhaust outlet, the integrated diffuser, the square indicator bezels - but the overall form is where the car gets it's visual appeal. Take the rear end design as an example.

Designed in Paris, France, Renault's high performance Megane shows off a muscular design with an attention to detail normally found on the kind of high-end machinery currently being repossessed by debt collectors. Love or it hate it, the design pushes the boundaries of the hot hatch genre. Making its debut at the recent motor show in Geneva, the Megane RS shows off a look that has the potential to change the way hot hatches are perceived. The new generation VW Golf GTI may be making a lot of noise at the moment, but this French contender is the darkhorse, capable of bruising the GTI's ego.

Case in point: the new Megane RenaultSport 250, or Megane RS for short. But premium hot hatches on the other hand are within reach of the everyman and are beginning to deliver the kind of head-turning looks that were once the reserve of fantasy cars. Yet these ultra-high performance cars are so ludicrously expensive to buy, let alone maintain, that only the wealthiest of society's drivers will ever get a chance to sit behind the wheel of such thoroughbred machines. Exotic cars from marques such as Ferrari, Koenigsegg and Aston Martin attract car enthusiasts like moths to a flame.

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New Mégane Renaultsport 250 has inherited the same suspension arrangement as the current version. Work has also gone into the acoustics of the Renaultsport engine to produce a tell tale sporty note audible inside the cabin under acceleration. The engine of New Mégane Renaultsport 250 transmits its power through a six-speed manual gearbox. Its wide power band makes it a genuine joy to drive in everyday use, and the pleasure remains undiminished all the way up to the rev-limiter whenever it is pushed a little harder. The Renaultsport engine’s twin-scroll turbo is exceptionally responsive, particularly at lows revs, with 80 per cent of maximum torque available from 1,900rpm. The sum of the different improvements made to this engine has produced a gain of 20hp and 40Nm over Mégane R26.R which itself emerged as the yardstick in the world of performance hatches. New Mégane Renaultsport 250 is powered by a new-generation two litre 16-valve turbocharged petrol engine which boasts maximum power of 250hp at 5,500rpm and peak torque of 340Nm from 3,000rpm. Coming after Mégane F1 Team R26 and Mégane R26.R, New Mégane Renaultsport 250 profits fully from Renault Sport Technologies’ extensive experience when it comes to manufacturing performance models. The fusion of its extra 25hp with unmistakable sporting coupé credentials and choice of two chassis settings (sport and Cup, the latter with a limited slip differential) is clear evidence that New Mégane Renaultsport has been honed to delight enthusiasts. As the latest in a long line of Renault performance models, New Mégane Renaultsport 250 stands out through its exhilarating performance and handling.

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It won't be wrong to consider it as a blend of spontaneous design and stunning technology. The new 2010 Megane RS 250 has got more gadgets and must-have performance assets - like a limited slip diff and daytime LED running lights. Designed to deliver high performance, this new car shows off a muscular design with an attention to detail normally found on the kind of high-end machinery. This new car has a look that has the potential to change the way hot hatches are perceived. Within the reach of the everyman, this new car has the ability to deliver the kind of head-turning looks that were once only reserved for fantasy cars. This new premium car with its young and fresh look is definitely going to mark the road in coming month.

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It consequently benefits from the experience gained since the beginning of the Mégane programme, including the assembly of the former-generation Renault Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet. Renault Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet is manufactured alongside Scénic and Grand Scénic at Renault's Douai plant in France. careful attention to quality, including high-gloss black and satin-effect chrome exterior features.New Renault Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet builds on the strengths that forged the success of its predecessor including a large, folding glass roof and a raft of user friendly equipment - yet it goes further still by offering customers: unruffled open-top motoring thanks to the forward position of the windscreen and a fixed glass wind deflector situated behind the rear head restraints, outstanding handling performance thanks to a stiffer chassis and a new electric power steering system, a broad choice of engines, including one which can be ordered with the all-new automatic EDC (Efficient Dual Clutch) transmission.
The newcomer's striking looks combine the elegance of a coupé with the promise of the thrills that go hand-in-hand with driving a cabriolet. New Renault Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet rounds off the renewal of the Renault Mégane family in style with introduction of the line-up's sixth body type.

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Yes, that's right, But if you are more into saving the world by day and coming home to the family at night, you might want to try the 2011 Cayenne S Hybrid. The V-6 engine makes is just enough car for those beginning drivers, which makes the Cayenne a great SUV to pass down for a Sweet 16 gift-- when the time comes. The Cayenne's towing capacity is enough for all your kid's friends and their lacrosse equipment (it gets maxed out at about 6,000 pounds). I had no idea that tires could be made lighter, but somehow they achieved it.

Then they went on to the engine, park break, and even the tires? First off, they have used an extensive amount of aluminum in the doors, hood and chassis. They literally have shown their innovation by being able to cut pounds everywhere. How did they accomplish this incredible Biggest Loser like weight loss?

A 400 pound drop from previous models can contribute to the overall more Porsche-feel. This year's model is lighter and more agile than ever. But they have learned a lot since their first trial in 2003, and have even gone leaps and bounds from last year's model. In earlier models, the critics were right, Porsche's SUVs were heavy and didn't have the smooth drive that Porsche owners covet. One of the most noticeable changes is the drive.

Though critics have knocked the fact that the sporty posh car maker has been dabbling in SUVs, they may close their lips after seeing the new 2011 Porsche Cayenne.

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An additional design highlight is the TECHART Aero engine hood that is constructed of high-quality carbon fibers, with integrated air outlets for an optimized regulation of the heat balance in the engine compartment and which impressively completes the GrandGT program for the Panamera’s front end. It combines daytime running lights, position lights, parking lights and turn signals as LED system unit in a common housing and integrates seamlessly in the design of the Panamera’s front. The multifunctional daytime running lights that are integrated in the front bumper give the Panamera not only a distinctive appearance. TECHART-typical: the sporty four-seater’s suitability for everyday use. The powerful front bumper with integrated splitter and large ventilation intakes, for an improved supply of fresh air to the intercooler and an optimum cooling of the brake system, flawlessly underlines the dynamic contours. The TECHART-typical exterior design catches the eye of onlookers immediately. The TECHART GrandGT favors a spectacular performance.