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Click here to view high resolution photos 1 of 1 bespoke built, custom spec'd by Bruce Canepa 1035hp 848ft-lb torque 7 Speed Dual Clutch Transmission Canepa Rootbeer Brown pearl exterior with Italian Nubuck Tobacco leather interior The Last Speedtail delivered A perfect marriage of science and beauty in the form of a car. The Speedtail is the most effective ever in terms of aerodynamics and the most advanced McLaren. A cutting-edge 1070PS hybrid powertrain at the heart. The Speedtail…

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A CAR expert has revealed the most and least reliable used cars – with three more affordable brands coming out on top. With second-hand car prices continuing to rise, buying a reliable used car that won’t cost you a fortune in repairs has never been so difficult. Handily, car experts at What Car?, in association […] Information About Cars, Car For Beginners, Best Car Brands, Car Buying Hacks, Car Buying Checklist, Good Cars For Your First Car, Mean Looking Cars, Buying A Used Car, Most Reliable Cars

A CAR expert has revealed the most and least reliable used cars – with three more affordable brands coming out on top. With second-hand car prices continuing to rise, buying a reliable used c…

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Maruti Omni - 8 cars that ruled Indian roads from 1980s to 90s | The Economic Times Van, Auto, Car Cost, Car Manufacturers, Maruti Zen, Sedan Cars, Maruti Van, Plymouth Cars, Autos

Commonly called as Maruti Van, Omni was the second vehicle to be made by the Maruti Suzuki. Though launched in 1984, the vehicle was given the name Omni in 1988. Omni's 796 cc engine produces 34.2bhp and is the most common type of ambulances found in Indian cities. The car, with its sliding doors was a favourite among kidnappers in many Indian movies. The car still retails under Rs 4 lakh with 8 5-seater variants. Maruti Omni

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