• The Right AC Compress or Have you found the right kind of brand to use for your car for your new kind of AC Compressor today?  Well, for sure you feel so confuse in choosing from the many different kinds of brands that you have seen right now.  And it is just true that it is really hard to choose from among the many today.

    But if you will see its kind and quality then for sure you will find the best among the rest that is just right and perfect for your car that you are looking for.

    It is much better that you find the best among those kinds of brands so that you can assure that you will get only the right thing that matters to your car.  And this is the perfect time for you to know it so that there is no waste of time for you in doing that kind of matter.

    If you will get only the best kind of brand for your AC Compressor then there is nothing to worry at all in using that kind of brand to your car.

    Now, you can say that you have finally found the right kind of brand for your AC Compressor to use that you know you can always trust and rely on.  This is the perfect time for you to know it that will give the only best that is just right for your car.

    So, what else are you still waiting for, grab this chance and see how important it is for your car that you desire.

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  • There seemed little point in writing anything about the Clio Renaulsport 200 Turbo EDC until the prices were available, but now we know that it’s positioned more than respectably when compared with the Clio RS’ main competitor from MINI.

    Two versions of the Clio RS 200 Turbo will be availble, standard – priced from £18,995 or Lux, which starts at £19,995. Standard equipment includes 17-inch alloy wheels, air conditioning, integrated MediaNav seven-inch touchscreen including Bluetooth, USB connectivity, keyless start and entry, Renaultsport front seats and cruise control. The standard tyre is a Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2.

    That’s £345 less than the 181bhp MINI Cooper S with auto transmission or £4,605 less than the equivalent 208bhp John Cooper Works version. Other comparisons worth making are £100 more than the three-door, manual Peugeot 208 GTi and £1,055 less than the lower-powered, DSG-equipped five-door Volkswagen Polo GTI.

    With 197bhp and 177lb ft of torque the Clio 200′s on-paper performance is on a par with the JCW MINI Cooper S, with 0 to 62mph covered in 6.7 seconds – around 0.2 seconds quicker than its predecessor.

    Judged purely on the toys it offers, Renault’s Clio 200 will be hard to beat. With its standard EDC (Efficient Dual Clutch) transmission, controllable via steering wheel mounted shift paddles, the driver can also take advantage of the system’s multi-change down function.

    The R.S. Drive function offers ‘three’ driving modes (normal, sport and race) which alter the settings for engine, accelerator pedal, steering and dynamic stability control (ESC) mapping. While ‘race’ mode locks the transmission in manual and drops the shift times to less than 150 milliseconds.

    Other trick features include; launch control with fully disconnectable ESC and ASR traction control (in Race mode), rally car derived hydraulic compression stops in the shock absorbers and the R.S. Diff for enhancing traction and reducing understeer.

    An R.S. Sound Pipe sends engine soundwaves directly into cabin for the full hot hatch driving experience.

    As before an optional Cup chassis is available, which lowers ride height by 3mm, offers a 15% stiffer chassis and quicker steering rack, red brake callipers, gloss black 18” Renaultsport wheels shod with Dunlop Sport Maxx TT tyres. This costs a nominal £450.

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