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Review Yamaha YZF-R6

Yamaha kicked the Supersport class into high gear when it introduced the original YZF-R6 back in 1999. The bike was designed around a formula based on its slim, lightweight chassis, feline-like agility and a compact, punchy and high-revving engine. Fast forward to 2017 and the latest version of the R6 proves that recipe for success hasn’t changed much in the past two decades.

What has changed, is the added excitement and elevated cornering prowess that Yamaha’s latest R6 is capable of. In a time when technology seems to take some of the fun out of riding, the amazing YZF-R6 is a reminder why many of us ride sport bikes: Pure, unadulterated exhilaration. 2017 Yamaha R6
Yamaha’s 599cc inline four-cylinder engine was ahead of its time when it first rolled off the assembly line, and it remains a class leader in the power department. Tight, compact packaging, that includes a combination of all the requisite go-fast materials (aluminum, magnesium and titanium), a deep oil sump that helps keep …

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Practical car buyers might look at the refreshed 2017 Audi A3 and see a cramped and overpriced subcompact, but it’s a completely different picture for someone with an exclusively luxury mindset. To them, the A3 is a handsome step up from more popular mainstream sedans, with value in the form of standard HID headlights, an extended-length sunroof, a badge that commands some status, and an attention to detail that feels more upscale than the significantly less expensive Volkswagen Jetta. Considering the A3 carries a starting price above $30,000, that’s the way it should be. We recently spent some time with a $33,535, front-drive 2017 A3 2.0T in the city, on the highway, and on winding roads to discover what Audi’s updated entry-level sedan is like. A Tire-Spinning Surprise

The 2017 and 2018 Audi A3 2.0T come with a standard 2.0-liter turbo-four that’s making appearances on everything from the 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan to the 2017 and 2018 Audi A4 Ultra. In the 2017 A3 2.0T, the engine produc…

Review kymco k-pipe

There seems to be a small-bike craze making a resurgence these days and it’s opened the doors for manufacturers to brining us itty-bitty bikes like the Kymco K-Pipe. Basically, the K-Pipe is a good looking scooter with a semi-automatic clutch and 17-inch wheels.

It’s is a capable beginner bike as much as a solid all around in town commuter. The US $1,999 K-Pipe is a blast as long as you don’t need to go over 55 mph and that’s exactly why Sammy Hagar’s "I Can’t Drive 55" song lyrics were constantly playing in my head while I was riding this thing.
Kymco’s K-Pipe is kind of like a Honda Grom: full size wheels, skinny tires, and a unique look that makes stand out in a sea of step-through scooters and shrunken superbikes. The large wheels help it to handle well on tight curvy roads and since it doesn’t feel as small as the Grom, you might even feel like you’re on a bit of a bigger bike (but you’re really not). 2017 Kymco K-Pipe
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