Luggages: 5

2005 BMW X5 3.0

BMW X5 (BMW X5) is a mid-size crossover from the German automaker BMW. The car was presented in 1999 at the Detroit Auto Show. The letter “X” means that the car has all-wheel drive, and the number “5” means that the basis was the 5-series (BMW E39), but the X5 is shorter than the E39, […]

2014 Infiniti QX60 2.5

Infiniti QX60-(seven-seat crossover, developed by the prestigious car division of Japanese automaker Nissan – Infiniti. Introduced in April 2012 in the U.S., as a model year 2013. The company announced the new car in April 2011, while revealing its name[3]. Infiniti later talked about the novelty’s engines, as well as where the finished crossover will […]

2005 Nissan Pathfinder 2.5

Nissan Pathfinder (Nissan Pathfinder) – full-size crossover Japanese company Nissan, the production of the then SUV, began in 1986. In many countries it is known as the Nissan Terrano. The car has four generations. In today’s Nissan lineup, the Pathfinder ranks between the Murano and Armada or Patrol in size. At the 2005 North American […]

2011 Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0

The Volkswagen Tiguan is a compact crossover from Volkswagen, produced since 2007. Built on the platform of the Volkswagen Golf Plus. The car is assembled at Volkswagen plants in Wolfsburg, Germany and Kaluga The name Tiguan is made up of two German words: Tiger (tiger) and Leguane (iguana). The car was presented in 2007 at […]

2016 Toyota Prius V 1.8

The Toyota Prius V is the world’s first mass-market hybrid passenger car that is powered by both gasoline and electric engines. The Latin word prius (Jap. プリウス) in the model name is interpreted as the first, the original. The car has a low level of harmful emissions and low fuel consumption. For its environmental friendliness […]

2008 Volkswagen Golf 1.4

– Volkswagen Golf is a car of the German company Volkswagen. Golf has become the most successful model of Volkswagen, ranks third among the best-selling cars (according to 2007 produced more than 25 million units), is the sales leader in Europe. It is the ancestor of the golf class. The Volkswagen Golf was named Import […]