The description of Cars Catalog
Cars Catalog is a app of car info and car technical data.
There is car info specifications manufactured since of 1972. Information on technical car data contains engine specs, fuel consumption, economy, size dimensions and vehicle maintenance details, max speed, acceleration and other. Auto Catalog information is collected from publicly available sources and is constantly updated. If you are searching car info specifications or technical automotive library, it is the best place to find answers about car guide. You are free to compare technical specifications of cars instant, you even are free to compare manufacturers on their technical car specifications.
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Coming soon cars
Ford’s third-generation Ka will go on sale in October. While previous Kas have been three-door hatchbacks, this new model, called the Ka+, is a five-door. It's about the same size as a Fiesta – although it is slightly taller – and is claimed to offer almost the same boot space, so you should be able fit a couple of suitcases. However, the Ka+ will be much cheaper than the Fiesta, with prices starting at £8995.
Unveiled at the 2016 Paris motor show, the new Kia Rio will arrive in UK showrooms before the end of this year. Prices are still to be confirmed, but the current Rio is one of the cheapest small cars you can buy – something we don't expect to change with this new model.
The 2017 Nissan Micra will be all-new, which is just as well given how disappointing the current car is. It resembles the Sway concept, which Nissan showed at the 2015 Geneva motor show, and will be available with a range of three- and four-cylinder engines. Prices will start at about £9000.
The current Ibiza remains Seat's best-selling model in the UK, but a replacement is due to go on sale next year. Its styling will look similar to that of its bigger sibling, the Leon, plus it's expected to be slightly bigger than today's car, with a plusher interior. Power will come from new four-cylinder turbo petrol and diesel engines, which should give better performance and fuel efficiency.
The Tipo is a five-door, five-seat hatchback and estate that offers competitive passenger and boot space. Inside, it’ll have Fiat’s Uconnect infotainment system that includes a 5.0in touchscreen, Bluetooth and steering wheel controls. Prices will start at £12,995, which isn't much for a car of this size, but that's reflected in the quality of the interior.
In recent years, the Honda's family hatchback has been left behind by rivals such as the Ford Focus, Vauxhall Astra) and VW Golf, but an all-new Civic will go on sale next year. Designed especially for Europe, it will be built at Honda’s factory in Swindon. It’s wider, lower and longer than the car it replaces, and is also significantly bigger than most rivals.
Honda FCV Clarity
Honda’s hydrogen-powered FCV has an electric motor that develops more than 134bhp. The hydrogen fuel cell stack is under the bonnet freeing up space for passengers and their luggage. The FCV has a claimed driving range of 435 miles and emits nothing but water vapour.