Minor styling modifications made by the manufacturer to a car model, which may be approaching the end of its useful life. It could include restyled headlights, added trim, spoilers, etc.
Something that is set by the manufacturer when the vehicle was built and is not intended to be changed.
Optional features which may be installed by the manufacturer upon request.
Provides a flexible connection between the vehicle and the trailer.
A momentary hesitation from the engine after the accelerator pedal is pressed down.
A car with 4 cylinders.
A four-wheel-drive vehicle.
Both axles and all four wheels are activated. 4WD’s can be full-time (always on) or part-time (driver selected). Four-wheel drive enables better handling on off-road terrain, or on-road driveability in unfavourable driving conditions.
A drive system where the engine applies driving force to the front wheels rather than the rear wheels. The benefit is often maximised passenger and/ or cargo space in the rear.
A variation of a dragster that hides the usual front engine chassis under a lightweight body that looks more like a streetcar.