KiriNavi Android 6.0 15.1″ Vertical Tesla car gps navigation for Nissan X Trail Qashqai 2013 – 2017

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Nov 2017

Here’s Why the Tesla Model 3 Is the Coolest Car of 2017

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The Tesla Model 3 is the coolest car of 2017. Today, I’m reviewing this Tesla Model 3 and I’m showing you all of the Model 3’s quirks and features — and I’m going to explain why the Tesla Model 3 is the coolest car of the year.

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Channel: Doug DeMuro
Published: 2017-11-06 13:22:38
Duration: 32M19S
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2014 Nissan Rogue 7-inch NissanConnect Navigation and Infotainment Review

Today we check out the NissanConnect touchscreen navigation and infotainment system. You’ll find this in Nissan’s low cost vehicles like the Rogue, Versa, Versa Note, NV200, Sentra and other models. Although the system’s 5 inch (base models) or 7-inch (navigation models) screen isn’t the largest in the world it is one of my favourite systems at any price because of its simplicity, low cost and overall value proposition.

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Published: 2014-04-23 22:51:35
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Elon Musk Reveals the Dream Truck: Tesla Semi.

Designed as a bullet, faster, running on sunlight, drivetrain guaranteed for one million mile without breaking, safer and more comfortable… the new Tesla Semi according to Musk outperforms a diesel counterpart in every aspect. November 2017.
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Channel: ExpovistaTV
Published: 2017-11-17 05:29:41
Duration: 17M17S
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Alpine Reversing Camera – VW Transporter – Car Electronics Nottingham

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Published: 2013-04-13 09:46:48
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New Review Nissan Qashqai 2017 UK

The original Nissan Qashqai was surprisingly fun to drive, but the current model takes a more mature approach. Levels of noise and vibration in the cabin have been vastly improved, with much less intrusion from the road and engine noise making its way inside – particularly on the motorway.In a series of corners, the Qashqai feels reasonably composed. The electrically assisted steering is direct and surprisingly weighty in feel, while grip is plentiful. Nissan’s Active Trace Control applies the brakes on individual wheels to help you stick to your chosen cornering line, but it feels as if the car never quite settles once you’ve turned in, while there’s not much grip on offer. A SEAT Ateca is sharper in the bends, while the Peugeot 3008 and Mazda CX-5 feel more direct and agile, too.

For 2017, the suspension and steering have been revised and retuned to improve stability and settle the ride a bit more, while the Active Ride Control system has also been tweaked. The changes are subtle; noise levels have been reduced further making it respectably refined, while new Active Return Control tech makes the steering feel a bit more natural.

The Qashqai features Nissan’s Active Engine Brake function, which reduces jerkiness in the transmission when you lift off the throttle. Plus, the Body Motion Control technology constantly dabs the brakes to smooth out body movement over bumps. It works well, particularly at low speed, although hit a series of small imperfections and it’s less composed.

This is rarely a problem around town, where the high driving position, light controls and decent visibility make the Nissan easy to navigate through crowded streets. Unfortunately, only the range-topping Tekna gets park assist (which steers the car into parking spaces) and a 360-degree camera system.

Channel: Review Cars
Published: 2017-11-21 02:57:38
Duration: 2M52S
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