Nissan Unveils 2023 Z – Nissan 2023 Z Review, Details, Photos

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Today is an extra special day for sports car fans as Nissan has just unveiled the new 2023 Nissan Z—the seventh generation of the beloved Datsun 240Z, which debuted in 1969 and won over generations of American drivers with its superb handling, powerful engine, and reasonable price tag ($3,500 or around $25,000 in today’s dollars). Like its predecessors, the new Z will deliver a lot of car for not a lot of money. The low-slung two-seater has a V6 twin-turbocharged engine that will produce 400 horsepower and will be available with either a nine-speed automatic or (purists rejoice!) six-speed manual

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2021 Kawasaki KLX300 First Ride Review

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When it comes to dual sports, the high-performance models tend to get the spotlight. But not every rider is looking for a hard-edged enduro. Many want something more approachable, easier to ride, at an affordable price, that doesn’t require a lot of maintenance. And what’s not to love about that?

Enter the KLX300, Kawasaki’s replacement of its 250cc dual sport first introduced in 2006,  which returned to the lineup in 2018 after a three-year hiatus with the addition of fuel injection,  refinements to its suspension and a new digital dash. Fast forward to 2021 and Kawasaki has given the little

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TRIUMPH TRIDENT 660 (2021 – on) Review

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Overall rating

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5 out of 5 (5/5)

The Triumph Trident 660 is a breath of fresh air, just when you thought new bikes were getting ever more powerful, complicated and expensive. It makes a modest but very useful and fruity 80bhp, costs comfortably less than the base spec Street Triple S and even has 10,000-mile service intervals to keep your bank balance happy.

It’s a simple, characterful and grown-up feeling machine that’s happy commuting or scratching. Comfortable, engaging and so easy

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2021 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special Review: Performance and Style

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Wherever you ride the 2021 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special, it’s all about authority. The appearance, the performance, and your persona on the motorcycle are undeniable. It’s not a mount for the shrinking violet uninterested in attention. The Street Glide Special is built for adulation, and its demands are met wherever you ride it.

I was on the 2021 Street Glide Special with the Billiard Red paint and Black Finish, plus the Gloss Black Prodigy wheels—add “Run With the Wolves” to your playlist. While this take is not as flashy as the two-tone versions or the biting Snake Venom paint, the

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1992 Toyota MR2 review | CarAdvice

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Note: Press image used as none provided by the writer.

My original motivation to purchase a Toyota MR2 was to experience the feeling of driving a mid engine sport car in an affordable package (unless you consider a Honda Beat to be a sports car). Given this was also my first time driving manual on a regular basis, I needed a vehicle that could tolerate a little bit of clutch riding and synchro crunching as I navigated to perfect the technique of heel and toe. In the process of elimination this left the remaining MR alternatives (Lotuses or Porsches), which

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Harley-Davidson Sportster S launch review: The best yet in the type’s 64-year history – Geoff Hill

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The secret of happiness is to find a woman who is loving, a woman who is kind, a woman with a good sense of humour and a woman who is faithful.

And to make sure those four women never meet.

The secret of happiness for motorcycle manufacturers, meanwhile, is to create a great engine, then use it in a variety of bikes.

Well, Harley got the first bit right with the smooth but characterful 1250cc beast in its Pan America, launched earlier this year and a very impressive first pop at an adventure bike from a company best known for

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