2012 PORSCHE BOXSTER S BLACK EDITION
Porsche introduces a new, luxurious and limited edition Boxster S this spring. The 2012 Boxster S Black Edition features a 10-horsepower boost and a long list of standard equipment at an attractive price.
The German sports car maker has introduced the limited-edition Porsche Boxster S Black edition. Besides all the features that the Black Edition adds, the 911 Boxster S Black Edition’s 3.4L flat 6-cylinder gets an extra 10-hp for a total of 320-hp. The production limited to only 987 units worldwide.
The Porsche Boxster S Black Edition runs from 0-60 mph in 4.8 seconds with a top speed of 170 mph when mated to the PDK transmission. The optional Sport Chrono package further reduces o-60 mph to 4.6 seconds with the addition of launch control function and more aggressive Sport and Sport Plus shift.
Mahindra TR40 report, Global Vehicles of Marietta, Ga. (which has been embroiled in an opera of lawsuits, name-calling and musical chairs management concerning its deal with the Indian manufacturer), has had an oft-stated goal of 30 mpg highway fuel economy for the clean diesel truck.
The four-wheel-drive Mahindra TR40 crew-cab pickup with a four-cylinder diesel engine and automatic transmission has been rated by the EPA at only 19 mpg city/21 mpg highway. By comparison, the 4×4 2011 Dodge Dakota with a 3.7 liter V6 engine is rated at 14/18. The TR40?s miserable highway mileage doesn’t even match the Ford F-150 3.7 liter 4×2, which is rated at 16 city/23 highway. The 4×4 Ford Ranger, like the aforementioned Dodge, is rated at 14 city/18 highway. Mahindra’s compact pickup truck offers a towing capacity of 5,000 pounds and a payload of 2,765 pounds