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with a Good Supplier.There Is Many Sporting Solutions Outlet Stores Over the Summer.Guantee that They Offer the Finest Quality...
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a car worth around 2 Million rupees doesnot have airbags, ABS and a mediocre fuel economy. Indus Motors Paistan this year earne...
Kawasaki GTO was banned in Pakistan, that’s what I’ve heard all my life in Karachi about the sudden disappearance of those bikes and that was that. Perhaps Kawasaki was struggling to maintain a track-attack bike brand abroad as well but I wouldn’t know much about bikes, but what I do know is that 300 HP...
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The new Honda CR-V costs a staggering 7,900,000 PKR in Pakistan as listed on Honda Atlas’s website but elsewhere, it doesn’t cost as much as that and in fact, a family crossover vehicle and Honda has given the Euro-spec CR-V a facelift.
The current 2.4 liter engine that comes fitted in the Pakistani CR-V produces 180...
Honda Civic Type R will be revealed at the Paris Auto Show, and to keep the enthusiasts interested in the Civic Type R, Honda keeps on unveiling more concepts to keep all the enthusiasts interested.
The new Civic Type R concept looks almost exactly like the first concept; the same aggressive aero body kit, quad exhausts,...
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As far as long car names go, ‘Toyota Tundra Bass Pro Shops Off-Road Edition’ is certainly one of the longest names a vehicles has gotten ever but if you consider the size of Tundra which is roughly larger than Mazda T3500 trucks, Toyota wouldn’t have much problem sticking the full name on the vehicle.
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Maintaining a speed limit of 120 Km/hr is a true battle of nerves, especially when we don’t have cruise control in our cars. For people who have a vast experience of traveling on motorway; also know a handy bit...
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