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Either the adaptive cruise control...like a dream or the alloy wheels, which are amazing!! Little bit in love #swift #SZ5

I'd assume it's a crash prevention system. Although usually they cluster the cameras together. This just looks weird...

Heeyyy, I got one of those cars as a loaner once. It is indeed it of the crash avoidance and lane guidance systems. Adaptive cruise control, too.

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I used to love golfs, I've had many.I love EVs, brilliant things.Combine EV and golf though, doesn't work, dull dull dull dull.Shoehorning EV stuff into existing cars doesn't work, buy an EV that's been designed as one from the start.

You’re kidding, right? Seemless torque, one pedal driving and a low centre of gravity is boring? My e-golf brings my everyday commute through the countryside alive, makes overtaking swift and sure and the Adaptive Cruise control even makes the few queues easy.

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How does adaptive cruise control work on a manual transmission car? Shouldn't the car stall when the system tries to brake too hard?

Adaptive cruise control can not able to stay stable because when you press clutch for shifting gears acc will disengage the cruise control So in manual you can only use when you have to go not constant speed For example if you have to cruise at 80 km/h than you can turn on the cruise control after swift 5th gear. So that cruise control will not get disengage while shifting.

Does the value of BS-IV vehicles go down when BS-VI comes into picture?

In the used car market, initially not much difference will be seen but after a year or two, you can expect prices of BS-IV vehicles to drop significantly. Fuel emission norms won’t matter much in the resale value, what matters is the outdated design & tech in the older vehicles. At the rate technology is evolving, cars will come equipped with much better design & tech in future which will render current gen of vehicles outdated soon. To give you a perspective this is what current gen of Hyundai Creta looks like And this is the next gen BS-VI Creta scheduled to be launched within 2 months Naturally not only the new gen offers much more than what previous gen had, also upgrades in this new gen within next 2 years will render previous gen Creta seem outdated by atleast 5 years. Because Indian manufacturers have been adopting newer tech at much faster rate than before and consumers have also been quite receptive as well. Moreover you can also expect mid segment cars like Creta to come with lane assist, adaptive cruise control and automatic braking by 2022–23. , Small diesel engines might be an exception since companies are discontinuing smaller capacity diesel engines after BS-VI norms kick in. , , So, BS-IV diesel Swift, Brezza etc. might fetch you higher value than present after BS-VI implementation.

What is the most reliable used or new Asian or European sporty, fast car $35 to 40,000 new? What is your opinion of the track speed and reliability of the Hyundai i30 N that's not yet offered for sale in the US? Is it comparable to the 2017 GTI?

In order to answer correctly, the question is too wide without any specifics besides a sporty compac fast car in the price range you determined. The GTI pricing is under your scope of $40–$45K, if you shop accross the state lines. Some JAPANESE ,German and British are also in the same group, as the GTI by Volkswagen. The Volkswagen GTI is one of the best vehicles in the highly competitive ,compact car, segment. 2018 Volkswagen GTI Spirited performance and appealing technology help make the 2018 Volkswagen GTI one of the best compact cars on the market. It also boasts plenty ... ,Read full review » SCORE/8.9 MSRP/$26,415 - $36,170 MPG/24 City / 32 Hwy Infiniti Q60 Prices Starting at/$39,945 Compare Aggressive design and a duo of eager engines set the Q60 apart from the competition.( Based & Built on the Mercedes Platform ) View Model Details Shop Local Cars Hyundai Genesis may be considered if you want a mid size versus a compact, 2018 Genesis G80 The 2018 Genesis G80 lands in the top third of our luxury midsize car rankings thanks to its luxurious interior, generous list of standard ... ,Read full review » SCORE/8.8 MSRP/$41,750 - $59,500 MPG/19 City / 27 Hwy The base 3.8 trim starts at $41,750 and comes with a 3.8-liter V6 engine. Standard advanced safety features include a rearview camera, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, adaptive cruise control, lane change assist, and automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection. A hands-free trunk with auto open is also standard, along with a proximity entry key, leather upholstery, heated front seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, two USB ports, a seven-speaker sound system, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, a 4.3-inch driver-information display, navigation, an 8-inch touch screen, push-button start, and real-time traffic, weather, fuel prices, and movie and sports information. 2018 Lexus ES Best Cars for the Money The 2018 Lexus ES is a middle-of-the-pack car. While it has decent overall performance and a roomy, swanky interior, other cars are much more ... ,Read full review » SCORE 8.9 MSRP /$38,950 MPG/ 21 City / 30 Hwy ==================================== 2018 Acura TLX At first glance, the 2018 Acura TLX brings a lot to the table with a long list of standard features that includes an easy-to-use ... ,Read full review » SCORE /8.0 MSRP/ $33,000 - $45,750 MPG/ 23 City / 33 Hwy 2018 Audi A4 Prices Starting at $36,975 Compare The A4 is swift, silent, and sporty—and one of the best in its class. Shop Local Cars #5in ,Luxury Small Cars $36,000 - $51,400 MPG: 21-27 CITY | 30-37 HWY The 2018 Audi A4 has you covered for practically everything you could ask for in a luxury or performance car. It ranks well because it ... ,read more Get the Best Price 2018 BMW 2-Series #6in ,Luxury Small Cars $34,950 - $54,500 MPG: 18-24 CITY | 26-35 HWY Few cars can match the performance chops of the 2018 BMW 2 Series. Featuring athletic handling and a well-tuned ride, this sleek and sporty coupe ... ,read more Jaguar XE Prices Starting at/$36,720 Compare With a seductive blend of beauty and performance, the XE says “luxury” with a very British accent. View Model Details Shop Local Cars 2018 Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class If you're looking for a luxury car on a tight budget, the 2018 Mercedes-Benz CLA's low starting price and long standard features list may ... ,Read full review » SCORE/7.8 MSRP/$32,700 - $50,400 MPG/24 City / 37 Hwy =============================== Lexus RC Prices Starting at/$41,635 Compare Style, performance, and a wealth of configurations pose the RC as a fetching luxury coupe. View Model Details Shop Local Cars Volvo S60 Prices Starting at/$35,095 Compare Volvo blends sleek Swedish design with the latest in safety technology, proving a car can be both handsome and smart. View Model Details Shop Local Car/=========================== 1-,Mercedes-Benz C-class Reviews | Mercedes-Benz C-class Price, Photos, and Specs | Car and Driver 2-,https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/small-cars 3-,https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/genesis/g80 4-,https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/volkswagen/gti 5-,https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/rankings/upscale-midsize-cars

As a proud owner of a Tesla car for at least 2 years, do you think the car is worth the hype, and why?

Yes, but with reservations. On the plus side, my car is swift, silent and sexy. I love the big control screen and the speed-changing Adaptive Cruise Control, and watching the steering wheel move back and forth as the car steers itself is totally cool, like The Invisible Man is my chauffeur. It’s so quiet, I can sneak up on dogs in it. As updated programming comes available, it is downloaded to my car through my house’s wi-fi. But like everything else, it has drawbacks. For me, two big ones are price and range. My Model S is effective and comfortable, but I could have bought a REALLY luxurious gasoline car for way less than what I paid for The Aluminum Falcon. In fact, the Tesla cost more than the total price of every car I’ve owned previously. As for range, it’s not really a problem, as the longest trip I take regularly is within the battery pack’s range. However, my experience has been that the range figures advertised by Tesla are very optimistic; my car is supposed to have a max range of just over 300 miles, but I’ve never gotten more than about 265 with the battery charged all the way to 100%. The range figures are usually calculated by driving a perfectly-configured car in a lab or on a special track, rather than on the open highway. And according to my car’s range chart, you have to keep the car at 50–55MPH to get the max range. Very few Tesla drivers do this. Would I buy a Tesla again? Yes, but probably not another Model S, not at the price I paid for my current one. Now that the lower-priced Model 3 and Model X are available, I’d more likely get one of those instead. On the other hand, Tesla recently announced a much less expensive version of the Model S will soon be available, perhaps due to increased competition from other EV manufacturers. So maybe another supercar is in my future after all.

What have we sacrificed to become bipedal? For example, I understand that childbirth is more difficult.

It never ceases to amaze me jusy how childishly ignorant evolutionists are about biology, and in particular, human biology. Now, before you get all twisted and offended, I use the term ignorant, literally, not derogatorily. Take a good look at the skeletons of humans and primates. They are very, very, different. No primate has legs and feet. No primate has hands with opposable thumbs, or anything closely resembling the complexity of the human hand. Body proportions are the exact opposite to humans. Primates are designed to move on all fours and are swift, comfortable and efficient in that mode. Walking upright, they are slow, cumbersome and inefficient. The exact opposite is true of humans. On all fours we are laughably clumsy and inefficient and cannot keep it up for long. Upright, we can run down virtually any other creature. We can carry heavy loads and multi-task. Aside from brute strength, and in some cases climbing ability, we are superior to any primate. Our versatility, our sense of touch, our fine motor skills and flexiblity put us far above any primate. Not to mention our vastly superior intelligence, that no other creature on earth can come within a Universe of. Don’t agree? More than being a high-speed processor of information, the human mind is beyond the realm of science to explain. Our brain is more than a wrinkled walnut inside our skull. More than a physical thing. It is what sets Mankind separate from any other type of creature. Even incredibly intelligent animals like the Octopus and dolphins and whales pale in comparison to a life that totally dominates the earth and everything on it. Nothing can stand in man’s way or thwart his plans except the laws of nature, and in most cases he can adapt machinery to overcome those as well. I think of flight, here, within and without earth’s atmosphere. Man alone, has the power to destroy the earth and cause his own extinction. (Something he seems hellbent on doing, right now). Man is godlike in this. Man is inherently a spiritual being in that more than having a concept of a higher power and a need to ask the big questions of life, he can think abstractly. Mathematics is a prime example of the insurmountable gulf between man and animal. Man alone has a concept of eternity and a desire for eternal life. Hence the fact that for thousands of years, he has sought the Holy Grail, the Fountain of Youth, the reason why we get old and die before our time, a way to extend our lives. He rails against death and grieves his loss. This fact, the human mind, is a powerful argument against evolution which is a reactionary process by definition, not an anticipatory one. Like cruise control in a car, it reacts and adapts to environmental changes, it does not look into the future.

Do Honda, Toyota, Hyundai and other car makers, sell the same models in USA and in India or do they increase the road clearances for cars sold in India? Any other changes?

As a general industry practice, carmakers increase the ground clearance of vehicles in India due to the amazing road conditions. Some high-end cars even have a specific setting within their adaptive suspension systems to increase the height of the car by an inch (case in point, Lamborghini Huracan). Others merely jack up the suspension as the default setting. Almost all of the models that are sold globally vary in some aspect across every market. To generalize, models in developed markets will be similar in terms of build quality and features and those in the developing ones will be rather inferior. There are a lot of factors that these companies take into account when making those decisions, but mostly it depends on the purchasing power of the people in that market and the government's regulations. I'll give a few examples here. Suzuki Swift The car comes equipped with powered seats, better infotainment system, more powerful engine options, and most importantly better safety features giving it a Euro NCAP rating of 4 stars. In contrast, Indian swift scores a measly 2 on safety, 1 engine option on either Petrol or Diesel. Hyundai i10 Similar story where they have a much better build quality, isofix mounts for child seats, etc. Honda Civic This is where it gets interesting. In this segment of cars, you will notice a huge difference in features primarily due to the fact that developed countries make it mandatory to provide certain features in such cars. But that kind of regulation is non-existent in India. Features the UK model offers that Indian one doesn't: Emergency braking system Lane departure alert Lane keeping assist (keeps the car in lane and also navigates through a turn without driver input) Adaptive cruise control (maintains a set distance from car ahead, brakes and cones to a halt of the car in front does so.) Traffic sign recognition If cars are sold with features same as developed markets in India, they would cost on par with premium luxury brands. And no one in their right minds would shell out 50L for a Honda, Toyota or Hyundai. VW tried it once with Phaeton (S class rival) at 90L sticker price… failed miserably. For a list of all features that differ in Indian cars, just look for car configurators of your favourite make across different countries. Hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

What is the difference between Suzuki Swift and Maruti Suzuki Swift?

The Suzuki swift and Maruti Suzuki swift is essentially the same car . Swift is Suzuki’s global car and the design is the same . If your question is about the difference between the Japanese version of swift and the Indian version , then I would like to say that there are few changes in the cars as they cater to different needs and different regulations in each country . Basically , engine displacement , suspension setup an few features differ cars from either markets . Japenese or European versions of the cars are more often feature laden such . They get all around disc brakes ( Indian versions get only front disc brakes ) more electronic creature comforts etc . The 2017 all new Swift (3rd generation) is already out in Japan and India launch will follow in end 2017 . However the Indian Swift will miss out on few high tech features offered in Japan such as automatic city braking to avoid mishaps , lane departure warnings , adaptive cruise control etc . The Indian versions are also likely to continue using the decade old but still favourite set of engines , 1.3 litre fiat sourced DDIS diesel engine developing 75 BHP and a 1.2 litre K series petrol developing 82 bhp . I hope they consider launching a booster jet engine in the swift . Swift and Dzire are the bread and butter models fro Maruti Suzuki , and more than 50% of the global sales come from India . They should seriously offer superior tech ( safety & efficiency) in India to stay a leader in the game ! After all , Swift has been a topper in the segment for almost 10 years ! I have owned both the previous generation Swifts and seriously waiting for this 3 rd generation to be launched with all the bells & whistles so that excitement of owning one continues ! Waiting with the fingers crossed .

What are some good used cars to get a 16 year old?

The latest model of almost anything you can afford will be by far the safest. Even the cheap new hatchbacks have safety features only dreamed of five years ago. I just bought a brand new Suzuki Swift for my wife (her old car was prematurely totalled by a driver on the wrong side of the road), very low price, and it has lots of airbags all over the place, autonomous emergency braking, lane keeping assist, and adaptive cruise control. As well as all the other techno wizardry you would have had to pay a fortune for in the past.