HOT – Car Reviews on this 2009
On this 2009, we can find some beautiful car with more powerfull engine. Scion, BMW, Honda, and KIA release their newest car to public on this year. Scion release xD series to show their capabilities, BMW release M5 series, Honda with their “Pilot“, and KIA with “Soul” car. Now, we’ll try to compare their newest car. Make sure that you didn’t pass this overview!
With 128 HP and 1.8 liter 4 cylinder engine, Scion xD released in 2009 and this car replaces the xA as the smallest model from Scion. Scion xD shares some of its underpinnings with the latest Toyota Yaris but offers more aggressive styling inside and out. The 2009 Scion xD is one of the most substantial and feature-laden vehicles for the money, and the opportunity for customization helps mask any econo-car cues.
The M-specific styling touches are nice, but the 2009 BMW M5 isn’t anything you haven’t seen before. Most reviews read by TheCarConnection.com indicate the BMW M5 looks similar to its brethren. ForbesAutos adds that the BMW M5 “does look different than the standard 5 Series.
The 2009 Honda Pilot has a thicker body with a much more prominent–and controversial, according to reviews from across the Web–grille. The 2009 Honda Pilot earned a TOP SAFETY PICK from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), as well as a perfect five-star rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Car.
The 2010 Kia Soul brings a new attitude to the Korean automaker’s lineup. A far cry from the likes of the stuffy Amanti sedan, the Soul is a five-door urban wagon that neatly outsmarts the likes of the Scion xB and the Nissan Cube with a catchy style; a sharp, roomy, and well-fitted cabin; and a comprehensive list of safety and fun features.
Two engines and two transmissions give Soulsters agreeable choices for city driving, if not much beyond that. The base Soul comes with a 1.6-liter four-cylinder making 122 horsepower and 115 pound-feet of torque. With the sole transmission, a five-speed manual, it’s rated at 26/31 mpg. TheCarConnection.com did not have the opportunity to drive this model; Kia estimates only 5 percent of shoppers will order it, anyway.