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All-New 2016 Hyundai Elantra Image Leaked

The Hyundai Elantra will be undergone a redesign for the 2016 model year. The official debut is set to be in next month in Korea. A image depicting the 2016 Elantra is leaked today.


From the image we can see the new Elantra will has vertical daytime running lights and projector-type headlights. It has been rumored the 2.0L 173hp 4-cylinder engine on the current Elantra will be carried-over for the US market. However, Hyundai may also put the 1.6L turbo engine which was introduced in the facelifted i30 (not sold in US) in the new Elantra too.

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Toyota will reveal a new mid-size sedan on 4/18

Toyota is going to release a new mid-size sedan, which is believed to sit between the Corolla and Camry, in the Chinese market.

To see why this makes a business case, first let’s see what the competition in the market right now is. In China, Honda has a model called Crider, which fill the gap between the Civic and Accord. It has a 104.3 inches wheelbase and comes with the 1.8L engine which it shares with the Civic. The Crider has a MacPherson front suspension, and a torsion beam for the rear suspension. A normal Crider carries a MSRP which approximately half the price of an Audi A3 sedan.

Below is the exterior and interior of the Honda Crider.




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Are your car’s parts overpriced?

If your car is totaled and you need to take care of it yourself, do not sell the whole car to the junk yard. To make the most of money out of it, you should disassemble the car into different parts (for example engine, transmission, wheels, interior panels, stereos etc.), and sell them seperately. The total money you get from selling these parts will be way more than you selling the car as a whole.

If you have doubt, you can find out all the part numbers related to your car, and go to the dealership to check each parts’ individual price. Then you add them together, and you will find the total sum will be much higher than your car’s MSRP.

So here comes the term of parts-w...

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