top 5 great sport car



{ Posted on 3:50 PTG by manpower }

Just follow below step and you won’t go wrong

Step 1

Look at the car’s exterior. If the paint is new, ask when the car was painted. Beware of

cheap new details like $100 paint jobs. They often distract from larger problems such as

underlying rust.

Step 2

Check bumpers and wheel wells for signs of rust, dents or body filler. Then search the rest

of the vehicle for rust, remembering to scan the underside. Exterior rust may indicate more

in unseen areas.

Step 3

Inspect both sides of the car ‘as well as the front, rear and beneath’ for any signs of more

major body repair. Look for inconsistencies: Do the edges of the hood and door panels line

up with the fenders and other side panels? Does the frame look aligned correctly? Such

inconsistencies may be clues to previous wrecks.

Proton WIRA

{ Posted on 5:22 PTG by manpower }
The Proton Wira is a car manufactured by Malaysian carmaker Proton. Wira is a Malay word (derived from Sanskrit) that translates into English as "Hero".The Wira was intended as a newer alternative to the Proton Saga Iswara, a facelifted version of Proton's first model, the Proton Saga, as a flagship compact model for Proton. The Saga continued to receive minor updated until 2008, when a second generation Saga was introduced as a sub-compact model instead. The Wira was later planned to be replaced by two similar in-house designed Proton cars: The Proton Gen-2 (launched in 2003 to replace the "Aeroback" hatchback variant) and the Proton Persona (launched in 2007 to replace the saloon variant). The Proton Waja, a saloon compact, was also launched in 2001 as a earlier successor to the Wira saloon, but currently caters slightly towards more upmarket demand, below the Proton Perdana.PERFORMANCEIn its first series, a 1.3-litre 12-valve engine was available on basic-specification Wiras. The Mitsubishi 4G15 1.5-litre 12-valve engine used in the Iswara and its predecessor the Saga was carried over unchanged. The Mitsubishi 4G92 112 PS (110 hp/82 kW) 1.6L 16-valve SOHC engine with multi-point fuel injection was introduced together with an optional 4-speed automatic transmission (and power windows for all 4 doors), a first in Proton's history. The multi-point injection versions were badged as MPi, although this was only used on the engine, and never on the trim levels (unlike 1.5 MPi GLS in the previous car, the Saga, the trim levels were simply 1.5 GLS etc.).