The New Sports Sedan? – 2013 Toyota Camry V6 vs. 2013 Honda Accord…

Rubric: Toyota SV | 19 Июн 2015 | no comments yet »
The New Sports Sedan? – 2013 Toyota Camry V6 vs. 2013 Honda Accord…

The New Sports Sedan? – 2013 Toyota Camry V6 vs. 2013 Honda Accord V6 vs. 2013 Nissan Maxima SV There was a time not too long ago when there was a very clear delineation between what separated a humdrum family sedan from a luxury sport sedan. Usually it meant having to spend an exorbitant amount on a sedan imported from a place like Bavaria (BMW) or Stuttgart (Mercedes-Benz). Then starting in 1986 Honda’s Acura division entered the luxury sport sedan market place shortly followed by both Nissan (with the Infiniti brand) and of course Toyota with Lexus. But now the year is 2013 and even Cadillac has a line-up of fun to drive luxury sedans that are as home on the interstate as they are on ...

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Autos of Interest — Double Take: 1975 Bricklin SV-1

Rubric: Toyota SV | 13 Июн 2015 | no comments yet »
Autos of Interest — Double Take: 1975 Bricklin SV-1

Site information: Double Take: 1975 Bricklin SV-1 by Mike Rosa on November 5, 2012 at 4:54 am Lookie-loo bait Okay, here we go with the questions again. How much do you know about Bricklins? Would you even be able to identify one if you saw it? I can say yes. At least now I can. A couple of days ago my answer would have been no. The Cadillac Classic Up to this point, I still wasn’t sure what this yellow car with the bright orange sign in the windshield was. Parked directly behind the peculiar vehicle was a Toyota pickup. The owner and who appeared to be his son were inspecting the sporty car closely. The dad looked fascinated (by the doors particularly) while the son, probably right ...

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2014 Altima SV: In a word, impressive | Autonet.ca

Rubric: Toyota SV | 26 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
2014 Altima SV: In a word, impressive | Autonet.ca

2014 Altima SV: In a word, impressive Editor’s Ratings: The 2014 Nissan Altima is one of those cars that just feel right to me. I liked this latest generation the first time I drove one at the 2013 Canadian Car of the Year competition. And those feelings were reinforced as soon as I first pulled out in this week’s test car. Altima is offered in five trim levels for 2014 and our tester is a middle-of-the-pack SV with 2.5L inline 4 and a base price of $26,198. A 3.5L V6 is available, but the 2.5 is all you really need. It’s a modern and dependable engine with continuously variable valve timing, a variable induction system, direct ignition system and drive-by-wire throttle. ...

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Nissan Altima Reviews — Nissan Altima Price, Photos, and Specs — CARandDRIVER

Rubric: Toyota SV | 21 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
Nissan Altima Reviews — Nissan Altima Price, Photos, and Specs — CARandDRIVER

Overview: Nissan gives the Altima sedan a host of Infiniti-inspired design cues inside and out, but the execution misses the mark in a way that has a whiff of cost cutting. It bucks the mid-size-sedan trend of four-cylinder engines by offering a 3.5-liter V-6 in addition to the base 2.5-liter four. Competent handling is the Altima’s forte, yet the weak link remains its continuously variable transmission. Instrumented Test 2013 Nissan Altima 3.5 V6 SV 2014  (2014 Fifth Generation, 2013Present) Nissan aims to grab a larger share of the hotly contested mid-size-sedan fray with the redesigned Altima. Outside, curvaceous fender lines and an oversize chrome-framed grille convey an upscale ...

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Toyota Celica Generation 1

Rubric: Toyota SV | 14 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
Toyota Celica Generation 1

Toyota Celica Generation 1 The original Celica dated back to the 1970 Tokyo Motor Show, where it shared media attention with the Carina. At launch there were two versions available, the LT (entry level) and ST (upmarket), both aimed at being more affordable versions of Toyota’s sportscar, the 2000GT . The lower-end LT was equipped with a 2T carbureted four-cylinder engine displacing 1,588 cc, while the ST came with a twin Solex-carburetor 2T-B derivative of the 1,968cc Corona 2000 engine. The latter engine used a cast iron block, alloy head, and a chain driven single overhead camshaft. With a compression ratio of 8.5:1, the 2 liter version was good for 95 bhp @ 5000 rpm. There was also ...

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GTP WTAC Week 91 : SA-X to SV-3 to MR-2 — GTPlanet

Rubric: Toyota SV | 10 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
GTP WTAC Week 91 : SA-X to SV-3 to MR-2 — GTPlanet

GTP WTAC Week 91. SA-X to SV-3 to MR-2 GTP WTAC Week 91. SA-X to SV-3 to MR-2 #8203; *** The Toyota MR-2 was a small, sporty mid-engine produced from 1986 until 2007. It stared as a early prototype in 1981 with the code name SA-X. In 1983, Toyota unveiled the further refined concept car, now known as the SV-3, to the public at the Tokyo Motor Show. The final product was called the MR-2 and was finally released worldwide in 1984. The first generation model, also known as the AW11 (which technically is it#039;s chassis code), was praised around the world as one of the best cars in the mid-to-late 1980s. This first generation is represented by the 1986 Toyota MR2 1600 G-Limited Super Charger. ...

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A Boost for Mister Two | Hemmings Motor News

Rubric: Toyota SV | 9 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
A Boost for Mister Two | Hemmings Motor News

Rarely seen today, Toyota’s supercharged version of the 1988 MR2 boasted a 30 percent increase in horsepower Feature Article from Hemmings Sports Exotic Car Concept cars are not often put into production exactly as displayed. The very concept of a concept car is to present a totality of ideas in one mockup, and gauge public reaction. That the Toyota SV-3 concept was shown at the 1983 Tokyo Auto Show and put into production with only minor changes as the Toyota MR2 for 1984 was unusual in a world where design concepts routinely grapple with production realities. All was not quite as it seemed. The MR2 began as a sketch in the mid-Seventies. Development in 1979 under Akio Yoshida of ...

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Review: 2013 Nissan Sentra SV | The Truth About Cars

Rubric: Toyota SV | 25 Апр 2015 | no comments yet »
Review: 2013 Nissan Sentra SV | The Truth About Cars

Review: 2013 Nissan Sentra SV When Alex Dykes checked out a pre-production Sentra in Napa, he was favorably impressed. When I was given a Sentra SV with just 812 miles on it at the rental counter this past Friday, I was unfavorably depressed; I had to cover 1,380 miles round-trip from Columbus, Ohio to Winona, MN in just 40 hours and I’d been hoping for a Grand Caravan, if only for the way the Stow n’ Go makes sleeping at rest stops a genuine pleasure. Still, this was a rare opportunity: a chance to check out a like-new production car for the totes-reasonable sum of fourteen dollars and seventy cents per day. Regulators, mount up. What do you get for $18,030? Well, if you liked the design ...

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Comparison: Hyundai Azera vs. Nissan Maxima 3.5 SV vs. Toyota Avalon Limited…

Rubric: Toyota SV | 18 Апр 2015 | no comments yet »
Comparison: Hyundai Azera vs. Nissan Maxima 3.5 SV vs. Toyota Avalon Limited…

Comparison: Hyundai Azera vs. Nissan Maxima 3.5 SV vs. Toyota Avalon Limited Comparison: Hyundai Azera vs. Nissan Maxima 3.5 SV vs. Toyota Avalon Limited Gallery: OK, we’re going to have to break a promise here. A while back we conducted an online elimination round for this comparison wherein we pitted Hyundai’s Azera against Buick’s LaCrosse and Lexus’ ES 350, and stated that the winner (the Azera by a whisker) would subsequently confront the upcoming new Toyota Avalon and Lincoln MKZ. Seemed like a smart plan. And a near-genius one after we drove the new Avalon during our recent Car of the Year festivities. Avalons of yore required knocking back multi-shot espressos ...

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Car Lust: Bricklin SV-1

Rubric: Toyota SV | 15 Апр 2015 | no comments yet »
Car Lust: Bricklin SV-1

Bricklin SV-1 Remember that maverick auto executive that tried to start his own car company back in the 1970s? You know, the one that got all that government money to locate his plant in an area with high unemployment, and he was going to build this really radical looking sports car with gullwing doors, one that would never rust, but they only made a few thousand before it all went bust. Know which one I’m talking about? No, not John Z. DeLorean —I’m talking about the other maverick auto executive and the other gullwing sports car that (mostly) never rusts. Today, Car Lust will be taking a look at Malcom Bricklin ‘s bid for eponymous automotive immortality. the commercially ...

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