5 Cars You wouldn’t like to Drive

October 16, 2012 / by / 0 Comment

Cars are the best of means of transport when it comes to urban travelling. They not only give you a luxury ride but also they can haul your luggage. Automobile companies always compete and try to use advanced technologies in their cars but sometimes what the design looks good on paper doesn’t exactly turns out well in terms of practicality. We have complied a list of 5 cars that you wouldn’t like to be seen driving. Let’s have a look at them.

  1. BMW 5-Series Gran Turismo
  2.  Honda Crosstour
  3.  Nissan Murano Cross Cabriolet
  4.  Smart fortwo
  5.  Aston Martin Cygnet

1. BMW 5-Series Gran Turismo

BMW 5-Series Gran Turismo is a luxury car powered with either a turbocharged 6-cylinder engine or a great V8 engine. It is too lavish and you would feel a shame if you try to drive it in narrow urban streets or go to pick up your kids from school.

2. Honda Crosstour

Honda Crosstour is a tall wagon with the available all-wheel drive. It offers two engine choices , a 2.4-liter four-cylinder with 192 horsepower or a 3.5-liter V6 with 271 HP that are matched to a five-speed automatic transmission, but if you are looking for a car that can carry your luggage too then it might be not good for you as it lacks in terms of capacity.

3. Nissan MuranoCross Cabriolet

The Nissan Murano Cross Cabriolet is a 2-door vehicle that has a convertible top but is a small car that starts at $44,540 .The pricier car with a small utility may be less practical and can get you into a shame.

4. Smart fortwo

Smart fortwo is efficient and practical when it comes to drive in urban rushy streets, but what is missing is space, a powerful engine, and an impressive outlook.

5. Aston Martin Cygnet

Aston Martin Cygnet gives you a royal treatment but to spend money on such a compact car seems foolish. It’s better to get a classy car or save money to get a car that is cool in terms of exterior and performance.

So, get a car you feel comfortable to drive, that is practical and also within your pocket.

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