Asus Zenfone 2

Asus launced the zenfone on April 23,2015 in India and I was invited for the launch.I had the privilege to check out phone even before it’s launch which was great.The phone was launched by Saif Ali Khan and other celebrities including Asus’s global CEO came at the phone launch.

Nokia Lumia 1020: The Ghost Rider Of Smart Phones

Nokia Lumia 1020 has put a fire in the smart phone industry by providing a 1.5 GHz processor and unbelievable 41 MP camera. It has sleek, well-designed Light weight body.

iPad Air

The iPad air is a marvelous piece of technology.This iPad is so thin that apple had to add the word ‘air’ to its name just like the macbook air.When it comes to thickness it is just 7.5 mm thick.When you hold it in your hand it is so light that you can actually experience the light weight and yet it is more powerful than the previous generation iPad.

Lamborghini Aventador

The Aventador uses Lamborghini's new 700 PS (510 kW; 690 bhp) 6.5 litre 60° V12 engine. The new engine is Lamborghini's fourth in-house engine and second V12. It is the first all-new V12 since the 3.5 litre powerplant found in the350GT.

Apple WWDC Keynote 2014

Watch The Apple WWDC 2014 Keynote.

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Friday, August 31

Message To All Readers(Please Read)

This is to inform all readers that they are free to write for the car reviews they want(in the comment box) and I will write the reviews on the same as soon as possible.This will make the blog more interactive.Feel free to share and ask questions.I would be happy to answer them.

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Thursday, August 30

Amazing Facts About Cars

1.The city with the most Rolls Royce’s per capita is Hong Kong.

2. On average a human being spends two weeks of their entire lives waiting for traffic lights to change.

3. An airbag takes only 40 milliseconds to inflate after an accident.

4.The United States has almost one car per person.

5.Ferrai makes about 14 cars everyday.

6.The most expensive car ever sold was 1931 Bugatti Royale Kellner Coupe with a price of $8700000.

7.Drivers Kill more deer than hunters.

8.Red cars are prohibited in Shangai,China.

9.Japan produced the most passenger vehicles/most total vehicles world wide in 2006.

10.The Most Expensive Car in 2010 Cost Over Two Million Dollars. Luckily only 3 of these were ever produced

Honda Civic 2012 Review

When the previous-generation Civic arrived in 2006, the swept-back windshield and the futuristic styling were breath-taking .What we see for 2012 is a careful evolution of the past Civic. All the new changes—the longer hood, the sculpted bumpers, and the larger taillights—make the Civic look more conventional than before.The aerodynamics have also been improved. Honda claims a lower coefficient of drag because of a smaller grille opening and a flat underbody.
Inside, the Civic has the same two-tier instrument display with the digital speedometer above the analog tachometer. Like the exterior, the interior is familiar yet new. Plastic quality has improved slightly, and there is new design with  rice-paper-like graining on the door panels. Thinner A-pillars aid forward visibility, and new seats feel more supportive—mercifully, they have less-intrusive lumbar support. A new five-inch display is standard on all models above the most basic DX trim level. With the “intelligent Multi-Information Display,” the screen sits to the right of the speedometer and gives trip computer, audio, clock, and  navigation information.
 The sedan’s 105.1-inch wheelbase is now 1.2 inches shorter, rear legroom has increased by 1.6 inches. Overall length, height, and width all remain unchanged, but the Civic feels wider and more spacious inside. Honda claims shoulder room has increased by nearly three inches. According to the EPA, the new Civic sedan has 94.7 cubic feet of space inside. That works out to about four more than in last year’s car.
Large impacts are absorbed by a unibody structure that is slightly more rigid. Not only is it stiffer, but it’s also slightly lighter than before. The greatest weight loss, 58 pounds, occurs in the EX-L sedan. Other versions are between 20 and 55 pounds lighter than they were last year.
Modifications to the electric power steering include a slower ratio and a rack that is more rigidly mounted. Compared with its predecessor, the new Civic turns into corners with less authority, which adds to the car’s larger feel. The electric power steering is very numb, providing less feedback than before. Overall, the car’s stiffer body, increased sound deadening, and sleepier steering are more about maturity than playfulness.
Buyers seeking even higher fuel-economy  numbers will want to consider the hybrid model or the new Civic HF. Available only as a sedan with the automatic, the HF adds lightweight aerodynamic wheels, a small trunklid spoiler, a few more underbody panels, and extremely low-rolling-resistance tires that bump highway fuel economy to 41 mpg; the city number rises by 1 mpg, to 29.
Pricing for the 2012 Civic is largely unchanged from the 2011 model’s. The cheapest version, the DX coupe, starts at $16,355; its sedan counterpart starts $200 higher at $16,555. The LX adds important items such as A/C, power locks, and cruise control, as well as $2050 to the sticker of both the coupe and sedan. For $20,455 (coupe) or $21,255 (sedan), the EX heaps a sunroof, an upgraded stereo, and another 12-volt power outlet on top of the LX. (EX coupes are available with the manual, but EX sedans only come with the automatic.) Another $1500 nets an EX with nav—and removes the option of a stick in the coupe—and $1450 more gets an EX-L—L for leather. If you want nav and leather, it’s going to set you back $24,205 for a coupe or sedan.


Thursday, August 2

Toyota Camry 2012 Review

Toyota camry is one of the best selling cars in the world and in US .The 2012 camry has got minor changes. Starting with the exteriors  the size of the grill has reduced and the Toyota logo has come down which makes it look sporty.The grill at the bumper has also been modified and is now subdivided into three parts.The design connects the middle part with the headlights which looks perfect.The head lights have become compact to give the front of the car a superb look.The back of the car looks totally changed. The taillights look stylish but at the same time they give a feeling of perfection and amazing design.The interiors are more interesting than the exteriors. Toyota has adopted a new “floating” instrument panel design with fine stitching that you would find in expensive cars.The steering wheel and the speedometer has also seen a significant changes.The controls on the steering wheel have been organised in a better manner and the speedometer looks more jazzy now.The SE model comes with steering wheel mounted paddle shifters along with larger wheels and tires.  Camry  has firm suspension tuning and, with the V6, a smooth, powerful engine.The engine operates smoothly with little noise. The base engine, a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder, produces 178 horsepower and is offered  with a 6-speed automatic transmission. Toyota says that the engine and transmission combine for an average 25 m.p.g. in town and 35 m.p.g. in highway driving. The hybrid produces 200 horsepower with the same engine and Toyota says that model will return 40 m.p.g. around town. The SE has a 3.5-liter V-6 producing 268 horsepower. Mileage  for the V-6 are 21 m.p.g. city, 30 m.p.g. highway.The car comes in eight variants namely  L ,LE ,XLE ,SE ,Hybrid LE ,Hybrid XLE.The price of the car shows a remarkable result which is shown in the table-
Model and Year
Feature Adjustment
Adjusted price
(in $)

2011 Camry Base
2012 Camry L
2011 Camry LE
2012 Camry LE
2011 Camry SE
2012 Camry SE
2011 Camry SE V6
2012 Camry SE V6
2011 Camry XLE
2012 Camry XLE
2011 Camry XLE V6
2012 Camry XLE V6
2011 Camry Hybrid
2012 Camry Hybrid

 There is a price decrease but at the same time the price of the cheapest Camry has gone up.