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2011 Infiniti G25 At Pebble Beach Concours

Infiniti today announced a new addition to the popular Infiniti G Line, the G25 Sedan, which features a 2.5-liter V6 engine.  It is scheduled to go on sale at Infiniti retailers nationwide in September, joining the Infiniti G37 Sedan, G37 Coupe and G37 Convertible.  It will have a starting Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $30,950 USD.

“With the new G25 Sedan, we’re broadening the appeal of the G Line with a model designed to provide an additional choice for buyers looking for a true luxury sedan, but who might not need the higher levels of performance provided by our larger engine-equipped G37 models,” said Infiniti Vice President Ben Poore, speaking at a media event at the 60th annual Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.  “The G25 is positioned in the heart of the luxury sport sedan market, allowing us to bring Infiniti’s Inspired Performance to a wider selection of buyers.” read more »

Passenger Cars

2010 Suzuki Kizashi Sport: 200mph

Since its introduction to the press in July of 2009, Suzuki’s Kizashi has been recognized as a midsize sedan with a difference – or two. Boasting a rigid structure, composed platform, suspension tuned on the famed Nurburgring and available all-wheel drive, the Kizashi has enjoyed accolades from both media and consumers; most notably, the Kizashi ranked first in AutoPacific’s 2010 Vehicle Satisfaction survey. And with 185 horsepower from its 2.4 liter DOHC four, the 2010 Kizashi boasts class-leading power in the four-cylinder segment.

Fast forward to August 2010, and Suzuki moves the Kizashi into a category typically reserved for Bonneville streamliners. With extensive modifications supplied by Richard Holdener and Tom Habrzyk of Advanced Product Engineering and with Road & Track’s Sam Mitani behind the wheel, American Suzuki’s first-ever automotive assault on the salt begins on August 14 in Wendover, Utah. There, the Bonneville Kizashi – competing in the Blown Gas Coupe category – will rocket its way toward the 200 mph benchmark and, if successful, into Suzuki’s already remarkable motorsport history. read more »

Sports Cars

Prepare Yourself For The Unknown In Biking

Many motorcyclists these days would recommend the buying of motorcycle insurance as a safe way to make sure your financials are made secure for the future. However there are still many motorcyclists who feel that they do not need to pay out the affordable amount to be covered by insurance because they do not feel they will have an accident. It is hopefully not the case for anyone that they should have an accident on there motorcycle that should leave the injured or worse, however even the highly experienced riders are prone to making a mistake or facing the unexpected. Bar road accidents, insurance is effective in many other way as well.

For example, accidents can occur in a result whereby the motorcycle is damaged, and it is not your fault and has not been done on purpose. If you were not to have , repair work on a motorcycle can cost up to thousands and will therefore leave you worse off. Further to this motorcycles, especially expensively modified motorcycles can be prone to theft. If not the whole motorcycle itself, random parts and could be severed from the motorcycle and stolen in order to be sold on the black market. It is extremely important that all these points are put into consideration as it is a well known fact that ‘things can happen’ that can affect you dangerously for the rest of your life. read more »