Many would assume that the more expensive a product is, the more efficient it’s likely to be. So you’d be right in thinking that a Porsche would be better than a Smart car, right? Or you buy a brand new 2016 nissan versa for 14.3k..15.5k maybe after tax…comes with a warranty but only costs you maybe 400-600 dollars more to extend it to 100k miles… Not to mention, the versa gets better gas millage… But coming from your snobby point of view, i imagine that didn’t even cross your mind.
Lastly, what also makes great sense about owning these cars is not only that they offer you a handy motorcycle towing tool but that if you commute to work via motorcycle in the warmer months these cars are there in your garage when you need enclosed transport for the below zero winter months.
The tools shown above are not tools that the average at home mechanic has, so if you don’t like the idea of shelling out big bucks to buy this equipment, you can always bring your car to a repair shop and pay a small amount to let them do the Recovery before you begin repairs, and the vacuum after the repairs.
Among its specific features is its trunk, which is accessible from inside the car not from the rear hatch, it has only one windscreen wiper, three lug nuts on the wheels (usually cars have four), there are no airbags, in the basic models there are no radio or CD player, no air conditioning and one wing mirror.
A Jaguar is primarily about its looks and driving dynamics, so its cars are sized and shaped accordingly to give them proportions and dimensional ratios in such as way as to present the most aesthetically appealing form, paying attention to its belt line, wheel diameter, roof height, wheelbase, overhang, etc.