The Renegade is a version of the 500X, a small hatchback with SUV styling designed to take on the likes of the Nissan Juke and Renault Captur.
The interior of the 2017 Jeep Renegade is an incredible combo of smart technology, cool colors and innovative materials. Available leather-trimmed seats are soft and supple which gives the Renegade a distinctive look. The available My Sky open-air system allows you to easily remove both roof panels and enjoy some open-air freedom.
Uconnect systems help you keep your eyes on the road and stay connected to all the music, entertainment and people you love. The available 7-inch full-color Driver Information Digital Cluster Display puts the info you want right where you need it. Other feature include Dual-Zone Automatic Temperature Control, Heated Steering Wheel, Heated Seats and Auto-Dimming RearView Mirror.
The Renegade has a bold and rugged exterior built to take you on any adventure you choose. The Available fog lamps help visibility during heavy fog, rain or snow. The deep-tinted glass windows will keep the sun out. The panels surrounding the roof are painted black for a sleek, stylish look. Available roof racks are ideal for carrying all kinds of large gear or equipment safely and securely.
Heating elements in the available wiper de-icer help keep wipers free from ice and the windshield clear for an unobstructed view of the road. The available heated exterior mirrors help reduce fogging and are easy to clean during and after ice and snow storms. 17-inch off-road black aluminum wheels will take you around every corner and down every ridge with ease.
The Renegade is available with a 1.4L MultiAir Turbo engine or a 2.4L Tigershark MultiAir 2 engine. A stiff body structure, constructed of approximately 70% high-strength steel, magnesium and aluminum, combined with a responsive steering system and an integrated KONI frequency selective damping front and rear strut system ensures a premium performance.
The Jeep Renegade offers an available nine-speed automatic transmission. The wider gear selection brings outstanding launch characteristics, remarkable efficiency and virtually unnoticeable shifts between gears. It can tow up to 2,000 pounds.
The 2017 Jeep Renegade offers a host of standard and available active and passive safety and security features. It includes seven standard air bags. The available radar and video sensors detect when the Renegade may be approaching another vehicle too quickly and will send audible and visual alerts or even apply the brakes. Advanced brake assist increases brake pressure if it senses the driver is not braking enough.
The ParkView system provides a wide-angle view of the area behind the Renegade with dynamic gridlines overlaid on the Uconnect touchscreen to help with alignment. The rain-sensing windshield wipers activate when raindrops are detected. The Automatic High-Beam Control Headlamps switch between high- and low-beam headlamps when driving at night for optimum visibility.
Are you an adventurous person who has to reach the high rocky mountains with your favorite Jeep, below you can find info which makes you learn even more on 4X4 system which helps you to reach the peak.
From paved roads to the ones less traveled, these 4×4 systems arm you with advanced traction and handling no matter where adventure takes you. Here you’ll learn what it means to have legendary Jeep capability.
The information on this blog is not a model or year specific. Please refer to your owner’s manual for information pertaining to your specific Jeep vehicle.
There are several types of Trac’s we will discussing some of them below. Let’s Gooo!.
The Rock-Trac heavy-duty part-time 4×4 system features Brake Lock Differential for superior capability in a wide range of conditions and obstacles like steep hills and large rocks. For more extreme situations, the Tru-Lok electronically locking differential answers the call.
The 4:1 low-gear ratio gives you the torque to crawl over the toughest obstacles with a consistent 0.8 km/h speed for greater control. It also features an electronic front sway bar disconnect for legendary Jeep® capability that dominates the rough terrain in Canada.
Standard on Wrangler Rubicon and Unlimited Rubicon
During High Range that is all road surfaces, including wet or snow-covered pavement, sand or gravel
In Low range like conditions requiring added low-speed power, technical driving, and situations when added torque is helpful (e.g., pulling a boat trailer out of water).
Thanks to a proven shift-on-the-fly system, rock climbing 2.72:1 low range and NV241 GII transfer case, the Command-Trac 4×4 system provides serious confidence whether off-roading or in slippery conditions.
Torque is split up to 50/50 front and rear and neutral is provided for flat towing. For added convenience and adaptability, the system can be shifted from 2WD to 4WD HI at speeds of up to 88 km/h (57 mph).
Standard on Wrangler Sport, Sport S, Willys Wheeler, Unlimited Willys Wheeler, Sahara, Unlimited Sport S and Unlimited Sahara.
During high range that is on all road surfaces, including wet or snow-covered pavement, sand or gravel
For Low ranges having conditions requiring added low-speed power, technical driving, and situations when added torque is helpful (e.g., pulling a boat trailer out of water).
Quadra-Trac I 4X4
For those looking for full-time, all-weather capability that adjusts itself automatically to the conditions, the Quadra-Trac I 4×4 system is for you. It senses a change in driving conditions and adapts with no driver input needed.
Power can be split up to 48% front and 52% rear to maximize traction. It also combines with the standard Brake Lock Differential and 4-Wheel-Brake Traction Control System for confidence to tackle a wide range of surfaces and weather conditions.
Standard on Grand Cherokee Laredo.
During High range that is on all road surfaces, including wet or snow-covered pavement, sand or gravel
The Mitsubishi car range are packed full of Active Safety Systems, which is technology that assists in the prevention of a crash.
Anti-Lock Braking Systems (ABS)
ABS is an active safety system which can help a driver avoid obstacles and a collision during heavy braking or while braking on slippery road surfaces. It prevents the wheels from locking up under heavy braking or while braking on slippery road surfaces, thereby allowing the driver to maintain steering control and steer around potential obstructions and/or avoid collisions.
Active Cornering Lights (ACL)
ACL provides support for night driving by additionally illuminating the direction in which the vehicle is moving in accordance with the steering angle. 35W halogen bulbs are used in the cornering lights.
Active Stability and Traction Control (ASC)
Active Stability and Traction Control helps drivers maintain control in adverse driving conditions and during emergency maneuvers. It constantly monitors available traction and alerts the control unit, which works with the vehicle’s anti-lock braking system to counteract slipping or loss of control by applying the brakes on specific wheels to help keep the vehicle moving in the intended direction.
e-Assist is a new active safety system that uses millimeter-wavelength radar as well as a camera to further increase driving safety and peace of mind. it comprises of three functions such as:
Forward Collision Mitigation System (FCM)
Lane Departure Warning System (LDW)
Adaptive Cruise Control System (ACC)
Dodge Viper ACR is the street legal sports car with a weight of 1538.6 kilograms, 481Kw(645HP) power, Independently adjustable suspension and 771kg down-force at 285 km/hr.
The interesting thing is all these 13 track records were done without a professional record. Dodge not only broke the previous records bu also broke records of all production cars in all 13 tracks
Its first Track was Inde Motorsports Ranch; Wilcox, Ariz. / Configuration 4 which has 2.20-mile track and it was cleared in 1:33.75 time. And the rest is history!!!
Dodge is the only production which has the 13 track records in the world.
Below is the video where you can see the Venomous Viper’s Records.
U-Turn along the divider
- Always stay in the left most lane.
- Slow down and make sure to know that no one is in your way.
- Since the U-turn is 180-degree turn the wheel almost all the way depending on the medium. If the medium is narrow turn the wheel completely, and if the medium is wider turn a bit less.
- Now the most important are always look at where you want to go.
- And at final to make it easier, just make the wheel to slide between your hands while accelerating. So that the wheel restricts themselves to move smoothly.
Three Point Over
- First, to make space to your left move the vehicle to the right and slow down the vehicle.
- Do the verification that there is no approaching vehicle either from front or back. As we will be crossing in the two-way street.
- Turn the Steering wheel completely till it blocks.
- If the turn did not happen in a single attempt, do verification again and take the reverse by turning the steering wheel completely to the right.
- Then turn the wheel to the left completely and keep on going till the car is straight.
Above all this, before taking a U-Turn be aware of signs prohibiting them.
AS&G – Auto Stop and Go
AS&G idling stop automatically stops and starts the engine when the vehicle stops and starts.
As you can see in the above image, AS&G idling stop automatically stops and starts the engine when the vehicle stops and starts.
Idling Stop is a technology that automatically stops the engine when the vehicle stops. and automatically starts the engine when the vehicle starts moving again, for example when stopped and waiting at a traffic light. By turning off the engine when the car is in use but not moving, fuel economy is improved and CO2 is also reduced as exhaust gasses are eliminated when the engine is off. It works automatically and there is no difference between driving a car with AS&G and a car without it.
ACL – Active Cornering Lights
ACL provides support for night driving by additionally illuminating the direction in which the vehicle is moving in accordance with the steering angle.
35W halogen bulbs are used in the cornering lights. The system links with the turn signal light at speeds of 40km/h or less and also links with the angle of the steering wheel to additionally illuminating the direction in which the vehicle is moving. ACL makes driving at dark intersections, curves, etc. safer.
ACD – Active Center Differential
The corporate philosophy of Mitsubishi Motors includes “Driving Pleasure” and “Toughness & Safety.” Our Integrated Vehicle Dynamics Control System which controls both the driving force and braking force of the four wheels has made new-generation driving possible.
The ACD is a system that electronically controls the differential limit between the front and rear wheels to distribute an appropriate driving force to the four wheels. The system sets the base driving force distribution to 50:50 and controls the differential limit between the front and rear wheels from “Free” to “Locked 4WD.” It makes precise control a reality by using information about the wheel speed, the steering wheel angle, the engine torque, the brake pressure, and the yaw rate sensor, and combines a high level of traction performance and steering response adapted to the driving conditions.
Every Mazda was was built with the goal of bringing joy to the people. They engineer a responsive drive that makes people feel connected. The safety technology gives even more confidence behind the wheel.
Each and every car in Mazda’s lineup is made to appeal to the senses, and design is the language used to communicate. The design philosophy of Mazda is KODO: “Soul of Motion”, which allows designers to imbue each model with its own personality while staying true to a unifying theme. The Process called “Exploratory Preparation” begins with human hands creating true art.
Mazda uses more clay than any other carmaker. The Artisans shape the clay until the ideal lines reveal themselves and only then do they collaborate with digital modelers. This traditional/digital partnership takes the best of both worlds to create uniquely appealing designs. The color designer and master painter work together to make sure the designer’s color is translated perfectly onto the newly built cars.
The Expert fabricator like Koji Fijii who crafts it into a scale model and his goal is to create a model even “more perfect than the real car”. The designers take great pride in every aspect of an interior being intuitively placed and pleasing to the touch. An environment is created that encourages a bond between driver and car after countless sketches and revisions.
Mazda’s new technology, SKYACTIV-VEHICLE DYNAMICS with G-Vectoring Control, helps achieve a smoother, less fatiguing drive for you and your passengers. i-ACTIVSENSE is the moniker for Mazda’s suite of available advanced safety technologies. It uses milliwave radars and cameras to keep you in tune with your surroundings.
The i-ACTIV AWD system delivers traction and confidence on every type of road surface and in every type of weather. the i-ELOOP brake energy regeneration system converts kinetic energy into electricity as the car decelerates. It can then be used to power the headlights, climate control, audio system or any other electrical equipment. MAZDA CONNECT allows you to access the information you need and the entertainment you want.
Active Safety Technology helps the driver prevent accidents by supporting his or her ability to predict and avoid hazards through visual and auditory alerts. Pre-Collision Safety Technology helps reduce the severity of a collision when one becomes unavoidable. The passive Safety Technology includes the rigid SKYACTIV-Body with ring structure, seatbelt with pretensioner and load limiter, anti-intrusion brake pedal, SRS Airbag Systems, and more.
The Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) reduces accidents and congestion by receiving and transmitting information about the location of pedestrians and other cars, then relaying it to drivers. Although it is not yet available, they continue to invest in this technology in the hope of one day making accidents a thing of the past.
The 2017 Kia K900 is Kia’s first rear-drive full-size luxury sedan and, in size, it slots above the front-drive Cadenza and new-for-2018 Stinger.
The K900’s spacious interior provides abundant comforts—ranging from available heated and ventilated front and rear seats to available power-reclining rear seats with Air Cell Lumbar Support. From the 17-speaker surround sound Lexicon Logic 7 audio system created by GRAMMY Award-winning Harman, to the Dynamic Parking Guide System, to the hydrophobic glass that helps repel water, the K900 is packed with innovations designed to enhance your driving experience.
A bright 9.2” screen makes it easy to use UVO, our voice-activated infotainment and telematics system. The available Surround View Monitor utilizes four externally mounted cameras to simultaneously provide real-time video of the K900’s surroundings and show an all-around, bird’s eye-like view on the 9.2” monitor.
The K900’s exterior design displays a certain amount of heft and maturity – it doesn’t attempt to appear windswept or sporty, aiming instead for a more conservative look. The Kia Design Team blended the features such as world-class wheelbase, prestige distance, sweeping shoulder line that gives the K900 its athletic bearing and confident stance.
The available Dynamic Bending Light (DBL) works in conjunction with the full LED headlights to deliver a beam that adapts—depending on vehicle speed and turning angle. The smooth character line, extending from the front grille across the doors, highlights its elegance.
The K900 delivers a quiet cabin and a smooth overall ride with foam-padded cabin for exceptional insulation, a high-strength steel structure and a fully-independent front and rear suspension. The available 16-way adjustable power driver’s seat with power lumbar support, a heated steering wheel and laminated the windshield and side windows to help ensure the quietest cabin possible.
The Trimmed in soft Nappa leather and the available Power-Reclining Rear Seats recline at your whim. Also the Ventilated Rear Seats deliver a cushion of air for additional comfort you command. The full-length, tinted Panoramic Sunroof, framed by the available premium headliner, allows driver and passengers to experience soft natural light and a feeling of spaciousness.
Kia continues to offer the K900 in three trims with a choice of two engines such as a 311-horsepower, 3.8-liter V6 and a 5.0-liter V8 that cranks out 420 horsepower. Fuel-economy figures stand at 15 mpg city, 23 highway, and 18 combined.
The 2017 K900 continues to offer full range of standard safety features, such as full-length side-curtain airbags, hill-start assist, and traction control. The Luxury V8 trim adds a surround-view monitor, while optional safety equipment includes a head-up display, advanced smart cruise control, and autonomous emergency braking.
The available Blind-Spot Detection uses side mirror-mounted radar to help detect vehicles alongside and behind the K900. The Lane Departure Warning System uses a rear view mirror-mounted camera to read and help analyze the road ahead.