Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Peugeot 406 Interior

Peugeot 406 Interior. of the Peugeot 406.
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  • Lord Blackadder
    Feb 24, 07:18 PM
    regarding japanese cars they somehow again managed to hit 2 homeruns in the stupid name department
    the Mitsubishi iMiEV which in german is spoken out (translated) "iStink"
    and the suzuki Kizashi which in austrian dialekt german sounds pretty close to " kiss...'lower backside' "

    That is brilliant! :D

    true that .. regarding german benchmark cars i would mention the Golf TDI, the Mercedes E250 Blu Efficiency CDI, the BMW M3 .. in their markets they are simply the best there is for different reasons:
    the Golf TDI is defining a whole vehicle class for most of europe: "Golf Klasse", every new vehicle roughly the same size and hatchback layout gets compared to it
    the E250 BE CDI: showing that a fuel saving vehicle doesn't need to be hideous and still can be a big saloon car driving from Barcelona to Stuttgart on a single tank
    the M3: the sporty 4 door saloon car benchmark

    The Golf GTD sounds like the perfect car to me: practical, efficient, yet with good performance. Sadly, we Americans will probably never get to buy one. :(

    The M3 remains a great car, especially the 4-door versions.

    It's got to be turbocharged for that amount of power and torque. There hasn't been a common rail non-turbo diesel made that I'm aware of.

    I thought the same, the power and torque numbers are definitely turbodiesel territory, but I have been unable to find any official description of the engine (it's called the RA 420) that mentiones a turbo. VM. Motori's own web page (http://www.vmmotori.it/en/01/01/index.jsp) unhelpfully fails to even list the Cruze as an application or even the engine itself! Their automotive engine brochure (http://www.vmmotori.it/uploads/doc/1695.pdf) does list the RA 420 but doesn't label any of the engines as turbodiesels either.

    EDIT: Automobile Magazine calls it a turbodiesel in their news article (http://rumors.automobilemag.com/diesel-rumor-2013-chevrolet-cruze-turbo-diesel-4-20279.html) about the diesel Cruze rumor, as does this (http://autoblog.com.ar/2011/02/lanzamiento-chevrolet-cruze-ampliacion-de-gama/) more descriptive Argentinian press release (in Spanish) so I have to assume it's just a case of VM Motori not being fully descriptive on their webpage. I hadn't heard of a common rail non-turbo diesel engine either, so I thought it a bit weird but without confirmation I had to assume non-turbo till proven otherwise.

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  • Lord Blackadder
    Mar 2, 06:25 PM
    the last few generations of the jetta have been absolute rubbish ... i hoping this new generation is actually better

    I started a thread about the new Passat and Jetta a little while back. Basically, the new Jetta is bigger, costs less, and uses cheaper materials. People expecting Golf-like levels of refinement and build quality will be disappointed.

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  • MacPhilosopher
    Sep 14, 12:01 PM
    My reception experience has been significantly better since upgrading to the 4. I've dropped fewer than 5 calls in a month in my home in which I normally drop every call I am on longer than a minute. I have reception in my workplace that I refer to as the cell phone vortex. Once in the door I usually drop all bars, but now I can get reception deep in the building.

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  • wordoflife
    Feb 27, 08:34 PM
    Changed it up a bit.



    Looks like you do a fair bit of typing on that thing!
    My old one started looking like that but then Apple replaced it with a new one. I bought a keyboard cover. Not because I hate shiny keys, but because hair and stuff was falling in the keys.

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  • marksman
    Apr 21, 02:46 PM
    Does anyone else really just not care about this? I could care less. It's not like the info is going to end up in China.

    And what if it did end up in china? Is china going to pre-emptively place cheap toys where they predict me to go next?

    This whole thing is massively overblown. There is no evidence this information is ending up anywhere... The information is there for a reason and serves a specific purpose. I am fine with it.

    For someone to access it they would have to steal your phone. As others have mentioned if that was the case, for most people the information about cell tower locations you might have been near is the absolute least of your worries.

    People have to realize this information is not private in the first place. Your location as you move from public place to public place is not some kind of protected right to privacy. Sometimes I wish it was, but it is not. We have no right or expectation of privacy as we move around the public world.

    There are a myriad of ways our public movements are tracked hundreds of times every day as we move about. I really do wish people would spend more time investigating and understanding these issues then just knee jerk flipping out and "demanding" answers. Especially since they don't even understand the question, so how can they expect to understand the answer?

    If this were Google or M$ you apologists would be foaming at the mouth. Nice fallacious argument - just because we can be tracked in our cars with traffic cams, or GPS devices, etc, doesn't mean this, or those instances are legal.

    This is clearly in violation of EU law, for those of you who are interested:


    We should at least be given the choice to opt-out, and the purposes and disclosure policies should be clearly stated, not buried in a 30-page ToS.

    Europe has a law against a device you own tracking your movements from one public place to another? That must be tough not to be able to have any GPS devices.

    Do you understand privacy? Do you understand what is actually happening with the iPhone and this information? Do you understand the European law you cited?

    It seems you do not understand any of those three.

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  • Daremo
    Mar 25, 04:05 PM
    iPad 1 does not support HDMI out, so I'm assuming no, it doesn't work.

    Incorrect. With the new HDMI adapter, the original iPad DOES support HDMI out.

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  • Chris Bangle
    Sep 1, 12:10 PM
    Why not make a 30inch macbook pro.:cool: how hard can it be.

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  • twoodcc
    Dec 2, 06:51 PM
    ^ depressing but true. desktop computer hardware taking a back seat to iphones :( sad day

    having been to CES, it's about 100x cooler than macworld i must say. it may just be the perfect forum to drum up more business

    well apple isn't showing up to macworld anymore, right?

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  • leekohler
    Mar 23, 04:19 PM
    No, I fully support that.

    I am simply disappointed that they pander to special interests. Just one of many reasons I voted with my wallet and bought a droid.

    It sounds to me like they made a business decision. Lots of companies respond this way when the public makes it's opinion known.

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  • kokako
    Apr 26, 01:27 PM
    This annoys me, no way in hell should another plagerist company be allowed to ride apples high, why should they, c'mon mac users get behind apple on this one.
    On mac computers we've always had "Applications", windows have had "programs", when apple made the iPhone they put mini applications on it and called them Apps which is short for small Applications, so amazon call yours PROGS and call it a Progstore but don't STEAL man !remember the widgets on your macs they are where the idea for the Apps on Iphones came from, Windows came along and stole the Widgets idea and initially called them Gadgets but now every other copycat calls them Widgets too, the same is happening again man it's bull, apple sue these leeches all of them.

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  • mterlouw
    Sep 6, 10:02 AM
    i agree. i would never buy a computer that didn't have a dvd burner....and i'd never advise someone else to either
    And neither would Steve Jobs, and so he wants you to spend $799 for the feature.

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  • Bertmg
    Mar 24, 10:47 AM
    I have way more than 50,000 songs, and even the worst of them is more necessary than your comment.

    Way too narrow minded to think that iPod is only used for music. It is a great place to back up movies and carry then around. not to mention it is an external hard drive!

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  • Fuchal
    Jul 18, 06:58 AM
    Paying to rent 320x240 videos with stereo sound is a complete waste of money.

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  • zedsdead
    Apr 19, 11:00 AM
    The iMac update is likely to be a spec bump, Sandy Bridge, better Graphics, etc...plus Thunderbolt. I plan to hang on to my current model for now.

    I am more excited about a potential Mac Mini Update, because I need one of those.

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  • Mattsasa
    Apr 2, 08:06 PM
    While you may think your sarcasm-laden post witty, the fact remains that you have not stated any kind of revelation.

    They do not care about ONE consumer...but they certainly are going to care about the thousands of units that are being returned and exchanged in hopes of finding one good unit.

    I would tell you to review the iPad forum but I have a feeling that message would be lost on somebody so insistent on keeping their head in the sand.

    thousands of ipads being returned?! source?
    what really happened is about 5-10 people unfortunately got a defective unit, then freaked out, and called all the news sites around, so they can tell the world how mad they were about there product, that they surly got a free replacement model.

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  • islanders
    Dec 30, 11:25 AM
    People would complain about not being able to drive it in hot weather and having to buy expensive Apple iWax.

    no it would run on methane gas, would only be able to turn to the left, and you couldn't roll down the windows :eek:

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  • maxjg
    Aug 7, 12:19 AM
    I am buying an iMac very soon, and I just want a 64-bit intel core in it. Cmon merom!

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  • Rt&Dzine
    Mar 22, 10:52 AM
    I don't think that apple should be in the business of approving apps.

    I think they should do their best to categorize them and create methods to protect certain age groups from accessing inappropriate apps.

    But otherwise get out of the business of approving 'this' while denying 'that'.

    Should this apply to Apple's competitors as well? Or only Apple should not be allowed to approve/disapprove apps?

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  • ifjake
    Jul 18, 09:37 AM
    for me, price must be less than 5 dollars, but not 5 dollars. i'd say even 2 dollars, since we're not going to own it, and owning a 40 minutes show from iTMS costs that much. This has to be competitive with stuff like netflix where the actual DVD is likely going to be much better quality than the low resolution crap they're likely to use with iTMS. ideally i would expect something like the 480p HD trailers they have at apple.com, but given the size of these files (let's see 1.5 minute trailer at 480p (848x400 it says) is 40MB, so say, a 120 minute movie at similar bitrates would be 3.2 GB) you're going to have to rent it the night before you want to watch it just so it'll download, even at fast broadband speeds. i'd say this isn't going to work. of course, i've always thought that movies apart from actual physical media will never be able to reach the quality we're all now expecting (soon 1080p tops) and even used to (DVDs), so i'm definitely biased towards this not working.

    Sep 1, 02:02 PM
    But then again, look how aggressively priced the Mac Pros are. My out-'n-left-field wishful thinking says:

    17" iMac - $999
    20" iMac - $1,499
    23" iMac - $1,999

    BTW, I adjusted my post to:

    17" iMac - $1,199 - 2GHz, X1650 Pro 128 MB
    20" iMac - $1,599 - 2.16 GHz, X1650 Pro 256 MB
    23" iMac - $2,099 - 2.33 GHz, X1650 Pro 256 MB

    Of course, only some of the folks at Apple know truly what the specs and prices are.

    If iMacs don't get Conroe inside that is going to be SO WEAK.

    2.33GHz is the top of Merom folks. How can that be the best Apple can offer non Mac Pro customers?

    If you want something else the alternative is single-core 2.1 GHz G5 iMacs. I would prefer a cooler, near silent iMac because the speeds of even Core Duos are pretty damn good.

    I think all those that want a 23" iMac that is chinless better hope for a Merom. I think conroe would be to hot, or does conroe run pretty cool?

    Merom or Conroe wouldn't make a difference to the chin. An external power supply or a much thinner power supply is needed. As for Conroe running hot... no hotter than iMac G5s.

    Pine Pienaar
    Oct 20, 02:40 AM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com/iphone/2010/09/14/consumer-reports-holds-strong-on-iphone-4-non-recommendation/)


    Influential ratings magazine Consumer Reports generated waves earlier this year by deciding that it couldn't recommend (http://www.macrumors.com/2010/07/12/consumer-reports-cant-recommend-iphone-4-due-to-signal-issues/) the iPhone 4 to potential customers due to its antenna issues, despite the fact that the device garnered the top score (http://www.macrumors.com/2010/07/12/aside-from-signal-issue-consumer-reports-rates-iphone-4-highest-amongst-all-smartphones/) in the magazine's ratings of smartphones. With Apple's offer of free cases made at its July press conference about the issue, the magazine maintained its non-recommendation (http://www.macrumors.com/2010/07/16/consumer-reports-still-not-recommending-iphone-4/), claiming that the temporary program was insufficient in addressing the problem.

    Now that Apple has officially announced that it will be ending the free case program (http://www.macrumors.com/2010/09/10/apples-free-iphone-4-case-program-to-end-september-30th/) as of September 30th, Consumer Reports has once again noted its displeasure with Apple's treatment of the issue and declined to add the device to its list of recommended models.Apple has indicated that any customers experiencing reception issues on their iPhone 4s should contact AppleCare to obtain free cases, opting to end the blanket program in favor of an on-request policy to address what the company believes is a very small number of customers affected by the issue.

    Article Link: 'Consumer Reports' Holds Strong on iPhone 4 Non-Recommendation (http://www.macrumors.com/iphone/2010/09/14/consumer-reports-holds-strong-on-iphone-4-non-recommendation/)

    As much as I like the IPhone 4 its reception is not as good as my Black Berry Curve's and as such I can only agree with the above!

    Apr 12, 02:10 PM
    I don't think people are pumping it up at all. I personally think that people who can't drive a standard transmission, are just lazy (and that goes for my mother, and her habit of doing her makeup while driving). People only get autos, because they don't want to have to "inconvenience" themselves with pushing down on the clutch and throwing the car into the next gear; because doing so requires them to stop shoving food down their face, or to get of the damn phone. I also hate to hear people moan about how inconvenient a standard transmission is during stop and go traffic; I mean it's not that bad, and I recently took my standard transmission accord to chicago and drove in stop and go traffic for over two hours, and it was not as annoying as some would make it out to be. People are just too willing to sacrifice the fun of driving for convenience.

    Wow, generalize much? I want to see you talk after being a rep for a while or with a 1.5 hour commute (one way) like I have now in the New York area. During my sales tour of duty I literally lived in the car for 14-16 hours a day and yes, I did take phone calls (via hands free) and ate/drank while driving. There wasn't much of a choice, only time you could eat and drink was between calls and if you rep onc products you have a lot of driving to do to get from call to call. And right now it's the same. Eating breakfast and dinner in the car saves me at least an hour each day for sleep and I don't get much as it is since I am booking 12-14 hour days on average.
    Yeah, I can drive stick and if I can ever afford a fun car for driving on the weekend, I might get a manual again but for everyday commute I take an auto any day. For me driving is a chore right now, there is no fun to be had considering how much I drive each day.

    Aug 16, 07:35 AM
    If they use WiFi with the new iPods, they'll need a chunky battery. When I still used a PDA, the battery life nose dived when you turned on the WiFi. . .

    May 4, 10:21 AM
    But this will become confusing to some. Some will ask why can I delete some apps this way and others I have to move manually to the trash?

    My girlfriend complained the other day that installing new programs is a bit of a pain. I showed her the app store and her response was but what if the programs I want is not in the app store? In this case VLC.


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