Month: July 2021

Suzuki Bakal Luncurkan Jimny Versi Murah, Banyak Fitur yang Dipangkas

PIKIRAN RAKYAT – Suzuki Australia akan meluncurkan sebuah varian baru dari Suzuki Jimny.

Mobil yang meluncur tersebut diperkirakan memiliki nama Suzuki Jimny Lite dan siap diperkenalkan pada Agustus 2021 nanti.

Banyak pihak menyebutkan bahwa mobil ini merupakan varian Suzuki Jimny yang hadir dengan harga lebih murah.

Bagaimana spesifikasi dari Suzuki Jimny versi murah yang akan lahir di Australia tersebut.

Baca Juga: Dr. Tirta Ungkap 3 Alasan Orang Belum Kena Covid-19, Punya Imun yang Kuat

Dikutip Pikiran-Rakyat.com dari Car Advice, Suzuki Jimny Lite ini memiliki beberapa fitur yang dipangkas dibandingkan versi aslinya.



Event taking place this Sunday evening in Tatawaw Park, to feature competitions and awards while acting as fundraiser for Moose Jaw Humane Society

Moose Jaw will become a hotspot for some of the hottest cars and trucks from throughout Western Canada during the Next Gen Car Club Show and Shine this Sunday evening in Tatawaw Park.

Event organizer Jaideep Singh estimates that close to 300 vehicles of all stripes, sizes and vintages will take part in the event, which begins with registration at 4 p.m. and runs until 9 p.m. in the former Wild Animal Park.

“It’s going to be

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Greenville Chamber launches Community Insights data dashboard

The Greenville Chamber announced June 28 it launched Community Insights, a data visualization dashboard designed as a tool for the business community, residents and policymakers to gain an understanding of the community’s needs.

The dashboard, which was created in partnership with MySidewalk, is an interactive site that provides insights into a variety of areas such as demographic, economic, workforce and quality of life data. It also may also be used to identify Greenville’s existing economic conditions, anticipate what the future holds and measure, in real time, our region’s progress.

“In order to serve our community, we have to have

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VW will stop selling combustion engine cars in Europe by 2035

Volkswagen is clearly a fan of electric vehicles when it’s trotting out machines like the ID.4, but it now has a better sense of just when it will leave fossil fuels behind. As Reuters reports, VW board member Klaus Zellmer told Münchner Merkur in an interview that the automaker will stop selling combustion engine cars in Europe between 2033 and 2035. US and Chinese drivers can expect a shift “somewhat later,” Zellmer said, while politics and a lack of infrastructure would push that switch furhter back in Africa and South America.

About 70 percent of VW’s European car

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