Toyota RAV4 Performance The 3.5-liter, 269-horsepower V6 in the 2008 Toyota RAV4 is almost magical in the way it combines acceleration that can shame everything in its segment, along with fuel economy that does the same: sipping fuel more like a four-cylinder. Yes, you can get the RAV4 with a four-cylinder engine, but with the EPA fuel mileage ratings being nearly identical to the V6’s, why would you?(Broward Dui Lawyer
2009 Subaru Impreza 2.5GT test drive Since its introduction in 2008, the current version of the Subaru Impreza has been high on my list of recommended cars, largely because of its commitment to safety (standard all-wheel-drive, standard antilock brakes, and, as of 2009, standard electronic stability control) and easy-to-drive nature. 2009 sees the introduction of a new version of the Impreza, the 2.5GT, with more power and creature comforts. So does more Impreza mean a better Impreza? Read on. $27,690 base/as tested, EPA fuel economy estimates 19 MPG city, 24 MPG highway.
Chevrolet Cobalt XFE Comfort Although the seats remind many of us of the 1980s with their flat form and featureless fabric, comfort is still decent. Even on extended road trips, the cushions provided adequate padding and support. Seat adjustments for the driver are limited to fore/aft, seat rake and seat height. Rear seating is slightly less comfortable, with lower and flatter seats. Dui Lawyer PaHigh Interest Money Market AccountLos Angeles Drunk Driving LawyerDui Lawyers PaBackground Check EvansvilleBroward Dui LawyerFord Money Market AccountDallas Dwi LawyerBroward County Dui Lawyer