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Ford Fiesta ST
The first attempt of the Moose test with the Fiesta ST was completely satisfactory
It was easy to avoid moving cones when entering at 77 km/h and our feelings behind the wheel were similar to the ones we had felt on twisty roads.
The Fiesta ST is a very nimble car, very quick to respond, precise and with reactions that are easily controlable.
Moreover, the steering is very fast (there are only two wheel turns between both locks).
This is the attempt on which we passed the test at a higher entrance speed, 80 km/h.
The feelings of nimbleness and quick response continue to be excellent and the reactions remain easy to control.
On this occasion we found a bit more understeering effect than on the previous one and than in others at higher speeds too.
The sense of precision of the Fiesta ST made us believe that we could succeed at a higher speed but in the end we were not capable of it, probably due to lack of skill of the driver,
because the reactions always remained praiseworthy.
The appearance of a smaller or bigger amount of understeer depended mainly on how the driver does the first swerve, but also on the wear of the tires,
which suffer from degradation each time the test is performed.
Anyway, regardless of the speed, the Ford Fiesta ST behaved on this test as a very nimble car,
with a very sporty feel, that can be safe on an emergency manoeuvre which involves a sudden lane change.
The sensations when performing the slalom are very similar. The Fiesta ST is very nimble,
and it is very easy for the driver to make fast changes of direction.
The car reacts instantly to the inputs made through the steering wheel and the rear axle skids gently, helping the car move in between the cones.
rev up your engines, lockjaw remedy says Scotty what do you think of Ford Rangers I have a
2000 Ranger that runs perfectly. they can be great pickup trucks. hey my wife’s
niece had one. she had 200 something thousand miles it still ran fine. they
can be very good pickup trucks if you take care of them. a lot of guys like the
four cylinders because they get a little bit better gas mileage and they last longer
because they’re simpler, if you want a vehicle to last longer, you want it to be
simpler, so if you get a straight four-cylinder engine, yeah they don’t
have the horsepower, but they have less moving parts than a v6 engine that those
things have, I see the v6 engines don’t last as long as the four is in those
Rangers so if you want long life, get a ranger that’s got a four cylinder engine in
it, and if at all possible if you can drive a standard of course the standard
transmissions generally last forever and you won’t have the problem of having to
rebuild an automatic transmission if you keep it to 300,000 miles and that wears
out, Evan says, what do you think is it worth it to invest in an old BMW
e30 it has a bit of rust on the fenders and is repairable and the engine is fine, not
really, now I mean if you live in Europe where parts are cheaper you might want
to play around with the thing but once you have rust, it rust from the inside
out, the whole car is probably gonna rust out, so that
you’re just gonna live with something like that, that’s how the world this and
why buy something like that, plus BMWs as they age they generally turn into
endless money pits, especially modern ones
that’s just how those things are, everything’s plastic and electronic and
as they age and it breaks, they’re hellacious cars for fixing I wouldn’t
buy one of those, but it didn’t get a dirt cheap I’ve had people buy them dirt cheap
for a thousand, fifteen hundred bucks toy around with them, but if you’re gonna use
it for an everyday driver, not smart move, Mike says, Scotty what do you think of
electronic hand parking brakes nowadays for the emergency brakes, I dont’t like them because it makes them much more complicated and
stupid as far as I’m concerned, the old ones you pulled on a cable, the cable
pulled them, simple system nothing could go wrong other than it can rust, the new
ones they’re all electronic, some of them are computer controlled, I seen them brake
and lock on, I mean it just creates a rat’s nest of possible problems
when it used to be a simple system, but now they want to control everything with
computers, so they’re going to, because they know, hey that stuff’s gonna break
look at mercedes-benz, for a while they were actually making in some of the cars
electronic brakes, not just the parking brake but the whole brake system, guess
what they did, they stopped doing it because they had so many problems with the
brakes are at the wheels when it rains there’s water all over the place and all
the electronic stuff started to short out, it’s the only common sense, do you
want to put electronic parts where all this water is sloshing around, I think it’s
a really stupid idea I don’t like them, banana man says, I got a
2008 Suzuki Swift, fuel smell in the cabin when the cars filled or left off
for a few hours after a long drive, what’s the reason
the smell in the interior, okay I got a video called, does your car smell of
gasoline, watch that it shows you everything you could possibly do, but
from those descriptions, the first thing I would check is have the gas cap checked,
or just buy another gas cap, because if it’s not sealing you’re gonna get that
smell, the other thing that those are notorious for, is having a bad EVAP
canister vent valve, when you refill your car with gas, it’s supposed to make all
the fumes go into the EVAP canister, and then when you start the car it’s supposed to
burn it, if you have a bad EVAP canister vent valve and it’s stuck open, when you
refill the car all those fumes are gonna get under the hood and you’re gonna
smell it, so you might want to have that check too, when you’re trying to figure
out where the smell is coming from, so if you never want to miss another one
of my new car repair videos, remember to ring that Bell!
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Premier Doug Ford: Today, Carla and I extend our best wishes to Ontarians with Pakistani descent and
in celebration of the 72nd anniversary of Pakistan’s independence. Across Ontario,
flag raisings and celebrations recognizing this historic day give
family and friends an opportunity to gather and commemorate Pakistan’s
sovereignty. With over 100,000 Ontarians of Pakistani descent living in our great
province, it is important that we reflect on the contributions that Pakistani
Canadians have made to our culture and heritage. As Premier, I wish everyone
celebrating today a happy Pakistan Independence Day.
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Premier Doug Ford: Today we join with our neighbors and friends of Indian descent in celebration
of the 72nd anniversary of India’s independence. As the world’s largest
democracy, we share common values of hard work respect for traditions and a focus
on family. For over a hundred years Canadians of Indian heritage have
contributed to our province across every sector, from science and technology to
education and business, in politics and in the arts. As Premier, on behalf of all
Ontarians, we wish all those who are celebrating a happy Independence Day.