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-Ford and Jordan!
-gorgeous Alfa Romeo Giulia
-New gas prices for June - petrol up 5%, diesel up 10%
-saw a new Subaru outback today, nice!
-Great Audi Deals!
models, including the Audi A6, Q7 and the Audi TT with the Audi Extra campaign.
Under the slogan “This Ramadan Audi Offers You Extra” the campaign offers customers a 0%
profit rate, a five year or 105,000 km service package, a five year or 105,000 km maintenance
package, a three year warranty plan and three years of 24-hour roadside assistance, as well as 120 day deferred payment plan!
Ali Al Nabooda, General Manager, Audi, Al Nabooda Automobiles, said: “Throughout the Holy
-The Chev Trax!
-Saw a new TrailBlazer thought it was a fortunner
-did see the new cadillac WOW!
From the Ford F-150 Raptor and Chevrolet Silverado Z71 to the Toyota Tacoma TRD Proand Ram 1500 Rebel, there is a wealth of factory trucks available for off-road enthusiasts. The market for performance street trucks, though, is almost nonexistent, seeing how Ford didn’t continue its small-batch F-150 Tremor. The best place for those shoppers to turn isRoush Performance and its new F-150 SC package, which takes America’s best-selling pickup and transforms it into a tire-scorching hauler.
Roush starts with the 2016 Ford F-150’s 5.0-liter V-8 engine and bolts on an R2300 supercharger, a new air intake, a reflashed engine computer, and a side-exit exhaust, bumping output up to 600 hp and 557 lb-ft of torque. No internal engine modifications were needed for the V-8 to support an extra 215 hp, according to Roush, and the supercharger design is mostly carried over from the company’s Mustang applications.
The off-road-focused Mickey Thompson Baja tires are easy to light up and smoke. The F-150 SC won’t snap your head back like a 600-hp sports car would, but Roush’s truck is seriously fast; a rush of torque arrives as soon as you dip into the throttle. Ford’s six-speed automatic transmission is recalcitrant to downshift, the supercharger’s whine is always slightly muffled by the exhaust grumble, and the Fox Racing coil-over suspension raises the truck a little but doesn’t noticeably compromise its ride. The Roush looks right, what with 20-inch black wheels, fender flares, new front fascia parts, and an assortment of Roush decals and graphics. There’s also a decal of Jack Roush’s signature on the tailgate and a serialized plaque in the center console to commemorate the truck’s place in the production cycle.