Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Toyota Prius 2009 Preview

Toyota Prius 2009 Picture White Color Toyota Motor Coorporation (TMC) will introduce the newest generation of the car was most frugal fuel oil on this January 2009, that is Toyota Prius 2009. The most basic change was been seen in his exterior. With the bigger dimension, was ascertained by Toyota Prius 2009 more spacious his interior from the latest version. Despite his body than bigger

Suzuki GSXR 600

Suzuki GSXR 600

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Chevrolet Orlando Concept

Chevrolet Orlando Concept While the Chevy Orlando is a done deal in Europe, there's been no decision about bringing this small people mover over to the U.S., until now. They have just announced the car will be on sale in the U.S. in 2011. What this sharply chiseled two-box subcompact offers is contemporary styling and three-row 7-passenger seating over the retro-inspired HHR, which carries

Audi Sportback Concept

Audi Sportback Concept The Audi A7 had been rumored as Audi’s version of the Mercedes-Benz CLS. But after seeing the Audi Sportback Concept in the flesh at the Detroit auto show, it’s obvious Audi is taking a bit of a different tack with its stylish new luxury car. For starters, the Audi Sportback Concept is a 5-door hatchback, unlike the “4-door coupes” from Mercedes with its CLS and

Thursday, January 22, 2009


I take this pictures here, and i feel so good if i can do how the human can drive this yamaha vino elegance and coolest style....

Wednesday, January 21, 2009


Kawasaki : KAWASAKI 250 NINJA BLACK 2009


Quick, Affordable, Fuel Efficient, Easy to Ride and Great Looking

One look at the new Ninja 250R tells everyone that this bike is the genuine article. With a new full-fairing similar to the Ninja ZX-6R and -10R supersport bikes, a single kicked-up muffler, UNI-TRAK® rear suspension, high-performance petal disc brakes and a dual seat, this is the most stylish performer in its category.

Compact size, exceptional personality and a low price tag highlight Kawasaki’s new Ninja® 250R quarter-liter performer. Considering how much fun it is to ride and the fact that it’s the only 250cc sportbike sold in the U.S., it’s no wonder the Ninja 250R has been a strong seller for over a decade. Its successful blend of a rider-friendly engine, easy-to-operate chassis and supersport styling worthy of its Ninja moniker, this model was developed to offer real world performance to riders of all skill levels and goes to show that good things do come in small packages.

At the core of the lightweight Ninja 250R is an engine that thrives on high-rpm excitement. The gutsy 249cc parallel twin has been retuned to spice up its smooth and predictable power delivery. It now offers more low- and mid-range torque thanks to revisions to its dual overhead camshafts and a new 2-into-1 exhaust system. A silky smooth six-speed transmission tops off the sportbike equipment list, enabling the 250R to exploit a powerband that’s sure to please riders with its beginner friendly low-end grunt and a lively top-end rush that’ll keep seasoned veterans satisfied. The coup de’ grace, is its ability to deliver excellent fuel economy.

The 250R’s new fairing and windscreen not only look great, they deliver improved wind protection for a wide range of riding situations. This lightweight sportbike is loaded with even more rider-friendly features such as an easy-to-read instrument panel and positive neutral finder.

A natural riding position and comfortable ergonomics combined with its lightweight handling, easy controllability and improved throttle response make the 250R a pleasure to ride on city streets. Also new for 2008 are larger 17-inch wheels that offer great handling and improved stability. A larger 290mm front brake rotor is gripped by a powerful 2-piston caliper to provide a healthy dose of stopping power with a responsive feel at the lever. Like Kawasaki’s other sport models, the Ninja 250R is fitted with petal discs for efficient heat dissipation.

The simple formula of providing easy-handling agility, lightweight responsiveness, and low ownership costs make the Ninja 250R a force to be reckoned with in the entry-level sportbike category.

Specs can change without notice


DOHC 249cc Parallel Twin-cylinder Engine

- Compact parallel-twin design offers good mass centralization for superior handling

- Tuned to deliver smooth, step-free power with an emphasis on low- and mid-range power for rider-friendly response

- Pistons feature reinforced heads and strengthening in the pin boss area for increased durability

- Thick piston (longitudinally) rings help minimize oil consumption

- Combustion chamber design optimized to maximize combustion efficiency and reduce emissions

- Ample high-rpm performance will please riders using the full range of the engine

Cylinder head

- Refined intake and exhaust ports contribute to good off-idle response and smooth power delivery

- Valve timing and lift were designed for strong low- and mid-range torque

- Direct valve actuation ensures reliable high-rpm operability

- Valves with thin heads and stems reduce reciprocating weight


- Twin Keihin CVK30 carburetors fine-tuned for good power feel and low fuel consumption

Exhaust system

- 2-into-1 system contributes to the Ninja 250R’s low- and mid-range torque and smooth, step-free power curve

- Slightly upswept silencer extensively tested to determine chamber size, connecting pipe length and diameter to achieve least noise and most power

- Meets strict emissions with dual catalyzers; one in the collector pipe and the other in the silencer

- Using two catalyzers minimizes the power loss

- Positioning the first catalyzer as close to the exhaust ports maximizes its efficiency as well

Reduced mechanical noise

- Cam chain tensioner with an automatic adjuster, like that on the KX450F motocrosser, eliminates mechanical noise caused by a loose cam chain and reduces power-robbing friction loss

- Silencing mechanical noise allows the use of a freer flowing exhaust for a better sound quality

- Complex construction with reinforcing ribs helps eliminate airbox reverberation and reduce intake noise

- Air filter accessible from the side, for easy replacement

Liquid Cooling

- Latest generation Denso radiator offers superior cooling with minimal space and weight

- Ring-fan uses a quiet-running motor that also saves space

- Fins on the lower side of the crankcase further helps cool the engine

Six-speed Transmission / Clutch

- Involute splines reduce friction and backlash between gears and shafts for easier gear meshing and smooth shifting under power

- Spring-type clutch damper reduces jerkiness at very low speeds and minimizes shocks when rolling on and off the throttle for a smoother clutch feel

- Paper-base friction plates help increase clutch durability


- Sturdy and durable diamond-style frame of thick-walled steel tubing offers confidence-inspiring stability at both high and low speeds

- Beefy swingarm bracket contributes to the frame’s rigidity and helps achieve an ideal chassis stiffness balance

Square-tube swingarm with a 60 x 30mm cross-section further adds to rigidity
New 37mm telescopic front fork with firm settings contribute to the Ninja 250R’s smooth, stable handling and enhanced ride control
Uni-Trak rear suspension compliments the rigid frame and re-tuned fork and provides great road holding ability
Rear shock features 5-way adjustable preload, enabling ride height to be maintained whether riding solo or with a passenger
Wheels / Tires Features 17” wheels like its larger supersport brothers
Low-profile sportbike tires on wide rims contribute to its easy, neutral handling at low speeds
Large-diameter, 290mm front petal disc and a balanced action two-piston caliper offers excellent braking performance and a natural, direct feeling at the lever
Two-piston caliper grips the rear 220mm petal disc
Natural riding position with slightly forward-slanting seat and wide, raised handlebars

Styling matches its larger-displacement Ninja supersport siblings
Fit and finish of striking full-fairing bodywork on par with that of top-class Ninja supersports
Aggressive dual-lamp headlight design, slim tail cowl and separate seats further enhance the supersport look
Front cowling and windscreen offer the rider a substantial amount of wind protection
Two helmet holders conveniently located under the rear seat
Under-seat storage can hold a U-lock or similar device
Two hooks under the tail and the rear passenger pegs provide anchor points for securing items to the rear of the bike
Instrument panel features an easy-to-read, large-face analog speedometer along with an analog tachometer, odometer, trip meter, fuel gauge and warning lights

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Wednesday, January 14, 2009


The 2009 Nissan Maxima, which makes its world debut at the 2008 New York International Auto Show, marks a return to the longtime Nissan flagship sedan's roots as a commanding 4-door sports car - a vehicle that is unique in both appearance and driving feel, with renewed relevance for today's active and ambitious sedan buyers. In other words, the Maxima is back.The all-new 2009 Nissan Maxima will

Monday, January 5, 2009

2010 Peugeot 3008 Crossover Undisguised

Peugeot is nearing competition of a new compact crossover model that it plans to launch in the first half of this year. The car is the 2010 Peugeot 3008, which was spotted recently testing in Europe completely undisguised.Peugeot previewed the upcoming crossover with its Prologue HYmotion concept vehicle that was showcased at the Paris Motor

Saturday, January 3, 2009

Ferrari California 2009

The Ferrari California made its official debut at the 2008 Paris Show after a series of special previews on the web and during two dedicated events staged in Maranello and Los Angeles at which it received a hugely enthusiastic reception.The Ferrari California is an exceptionally innovative car whose philosophy takes its inspiration from the spirit and emotions of one of the great Ferraris of the

Porsche Boxster

In 2005, a second generation of the Porsche Boxster was released, which produces more power while still retaining the Porsche traditional style. This generation of the Porsche Boxster is a two-seater having a 6-cylinder mid-engine like its predecessor. More than 50% of the electronic components and structure of the Boxster is similar to the Porsche 911 Carrera. This is good news for obtaining


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