Consumer Reports Reviews
Ford Mustang: Consumer Reports 2012 Top Pick Sporty Car
The Ford Mustang excels at combining performance with everyday livability. The V8 delivers incredible acceleration, but the V6 is no slouch. The Ford Mustang is Consumer Reports' 2012 Top Pick Sporty Car. Watch all of our Top Pick videos: http://bit.ly/x2fbge
Infiniti G37 Review from Consumer Reports
Check out our Infiniti G37 review with this video from Consumer Reports and get more car info on our website: http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/cars/index.htm Consumer Reports 2009 Top Pick Upscale Sedan blends sportiness and luxury. It's available in rear- and all-wheel drive.
The Chevrolet Cruze - New Kid
Cruze is the un-compact compact drawing comparisons to Lexus and Cadillac. Get used to more with the 2011 Chevrolet Cruze.
Introducing the 2013 Corvette 427 Convertible | Corvette 427 Convertible | Corvette
Introducing the most capable Corvette convertible ever created: the 2013 Corvette 427 Convertible. You don't have to take our word for it, though. Tommy Milner, 2011 24-Hours of Le Mans Class Winner, shows off just what it means to be the car that really has it all.
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Automotive Electrical System Basics
This one covers the basic components of the electrical system and gives a general overview of their function. We have to start somewhere so we'll start here.
Torquing Wheels and Why It Is Important
This is a quick tip response to my disc brake video. A very observant viewer mentioned this important fact that I forgot to put into the original video so I will correct that here. Wheel torque probably accounts for at least some percentage of persistent brake vibrations.
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Something I found recently found that might be of help is this torque chart for different manufacturers.