Zaroot Concept Car: Futuristic Sporty Styling at its best coupled with excellent Nissan Auto Parts from Parts TrainWritten by Jenny McLane
The Zaroot is Nissan's way of showing how sporty SUV's could look in future. Combining traditional SUV value, off-road ability and futuristic sporty styling definitely makes an aggressive visual statement.
The concept car is indeed a promise of things to come for Nissan. It also could spawn a unibody, compact SUV for U.S. market to compete with Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4. The Zaroot definitely makes an aggressive visual statement, with substantial wheel arches, now-familiar Nissan truck front end styling, and huge gullwing doors that stretch from A-pillar to C-pillar. There is no B pillar.
The pentagonal doors define look of Zaroot with its front and rear graphic treatment adding a futuristic twist. A bluff nose that ensures minimum front overhangs and double strut grille and arch graphic roof line makes Zaroot stand out even more.
Dramatic Gullwing doors provide focal point of Zaroot design lending a unique shape and making car a head turner especially when both doors are open. The roof-mounted spotlights have been neatly integrated into roof bars. The advantage of gull wing aside from its impressive looks is ease of access to cabin they allow, both for passengers and luggage: with rear seats folded, an awkwardly-shaped load such as a bicycle can be easily loaded into vehicle with ease. Nissan designed Gullwing doors by creating a shortened door that is only a little deeper than side window so it can be easily opened especially in tight parking areas.. The trailing edge of door finishes in line with seat cushion, where it meets an extended sill. To maintain ease of ingress and egress to and from cabin, sill automatically drops away underneath vehicle whenever door is opened.
CarInsurance.com is available at all dealerships...with internet access!!Written by Erick Pace
You are ready to buy your first car. Researching right vehicle can be a daunting task. You search for right type of vehicle you need, color you want, type of interior. You have spent countless hours narrowing down right vehicle for you. You find out what MSRP (Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price) is by using following services:
Offline: . Consumer Reports Magazine . Auto Week Magazine . Your local newspaper's auto section . Local dealers
Online: . Consumer Reports . Edmunds.com - www.edmunds.com . Kelly Blue Book - www.kbb.com . NADA guide book - www.nadaguides.com
Now you have right model in mind. You are ready to purchase a car. You now have a good idea of how much you should spend, how much you are willing to spend.
You go to dealership and spend hours negotiating a price. After you have agreed to a price, sales clerk asks do you have insurance. Because this is your first vehicle, thought never crossed your mind. The sales clerk says you will not be able to drive car off lot until you have secured insurance. You get out a phone book and start calling around for insurance quotes. You get several prices and you are instructed that you must come to insurance agency to fill out paperwork. You must then go back to dealership and show them your insurance policy. This has been a long and stressful day.