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You probably know by now how big of a difference leasing a car brings into your life. Aside from lessening your financial responsibilities and burdens, it also plays a big role in making your daily routines easier to accomplish. If you’re someone who requires to travel from one place to another on a daily basis but is running on a tight budget, then this may be the solution for you. Through car leasing, you’ll be able to experience the same comfort of having your own car, but without the hassle and financial responsibilities. 

With that said, it’s important to choose the right car, and more importantly, the right leasing deals. Since you’re going to use your chosen vehicle for a long time, it’s best to go with an arrangement that will benefit you in the long run. Out of the many car leasing businesses out there, it can be challenging to filter out which can offer the best deals at a fair price. After all, everyone wants to save more. If you’re looking for a guide on how to find the best leasing deals, read on. This article will discuss just that.

Tips on How To Choose The Right Car Deals 

In choosing the deals where you’ll benefit the most from, there are many things that you should keep in mind. A tight budget doesn’t mean you have to shrink yourself for others; remember that there are arrangements which can give you the best services. All you have to do is to remember these tips. 

Scan the whole market and compare their prices. As mentioned above, there’s a whole market of car leasing businesses out there that are yet to be explored. While the immediate choice would be those most popular, it can also do you good to explore other services and compare their prices and deal inclusions. Use your budget as the basis for assessing the deals offered. This is one of the most important things to remember; your budget. As the old saying goes, never spend more than you can afford. Paying at a high price for something with many inclusions may feel rewarding at first, but it can become a hassle and troublesome as time passes by. Keep in mind that you’re running on a limited budget, so try to go for deals that fit in it. Consider how well the car or vehicle is taken care of. Your car lease agreement will last you two to five years, depending on your setup. Regardless of how long it is, the fact is that you’re going to use that car for a long time. In choosing the right deals, also consider the state of the vehicle you’ll be using. When it is well taken care of, it is likely that there are minimal repairs or problems that you’ll encounter along the way.Be assertive when it comes to asking about the inclusions. There are various situations when people tend to overlook the inclusions indicated in the endorsed car lease agreement. As simple as it may sound, it can actually create misunderstandings or burdens in the future. Before entering a deal, you should be well-aware of the services that you can enjoy, as well as the limits to certain things such as mileage and what to do in the event of an accident. Think about the totality of what you will pay. Sometimes, a cheap fee at the

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Title: How to Find the Best Leasing Deals
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Published Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2022 13:23:29 +0000

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1959 CHEVROLET IMPALA CUSTOM COUPE: Selling with No Reserve at the 2024 Scottsdale Fall Auction

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1959 CHEVROLET IMPALA CUSTOM COUPE: Selling with No Reserve at the 2024 Scottsdale Fall Auction

This custom 1959 Chevrolet Impala is a professionally built and restored example with custom chassis work to handle the upgraded powerplant, including a 502ci V8 engine with BDS fuel injection and a BDS 871 blower attached to a Gear Vendors 6-speed automatic transmission and Mark Williams rear axle. This example features power steering and Wilwood 4-wheel power disc brakes. It also includes a highly detailed engine compartment, brand-new fuel cell system, new wiring system, two new VIAIR compressors, and air tanks for raising and lowering the RideTech air suspension system.

The exterior includes professionally restored stainless, aluminum and chrome surrounding a Deep Black paint and shaved door handles with remote door poppers. All this rides on Intro 2-piece billet wheels with 19-inch in the front and 20×15 in the rear, covered in Mickey Thompson tires. The interior is restored and customized, including an era-correct black vinyl and striped cloth seat coverings, an OE-style steering wheel and Dakota Digital gauges, with a brand-new Vintage Air system installed, as well as a 2,000-watt Alpine stereo system. This example has over $350,000 invested, with recent upgrades within the last year totaling over $100,000.

Selling with No Reserve at the 2024 Scottsdale Fall Auction, October 10-13, at WestWorld.

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By: Barrett-Jackson
Title: 1959 CHEVROLET IMPALA CUSTOM COUPE: Selling with No Reserve at the 2024 Scottsdale Fall Auction
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Road and Track: A lithe BMW R80 restomod by 46Works

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BMW R80 restomod by 46Works
When Shiro Nakajima isn’t honing his considerable talents in his home workshop at the base of the Yatsugatake Mountains, you’ll find him racing at the Tsukuba Circuit, a few hours away. Those opposing environments are reflected in Nakajima-san’s custom bikes; tasteful restomods that are aesthetically restrained, but also built to be ridden hard.

The man known as 46Works also has an affinity for European motorcycles, carried over from his days as the founder of the powerhouse restomod workshop, Ritmo Sereno. This explains why his latest creation—a wonderfully prepped 1986 BMW R80 restomod—looks so damn good.

BMW R80 restomod by 46Works

The bike was built as a collaboration between 46Works and the Japanese leather racing suit manufacturer Kushitani. Founded in the late 1940s in Hamamatsu, Kushitani has made leathers for Grand Prix racing greats like Randy Mamola, Wayne Gardner, Kevin Magee, and Kevin Schwantz. They’re also Shiro’s go-to race suit supplier, and they’ve collaborated on numerous 46Works apparel collections.

Shiro’s goal was to build a lithe machine that would be just as happy on the track as it would be on B-roads. His second priority was making sure that once the bike was parked, it would give its rider endless details to ogle.

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Title: Road and Track: A lithe BMW R80 restomod by 46Works
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2024 Husqvarna Svartpilen 801


Husqvarna’s 2024 Svartpilen 801 gets twin-cylinder power and a whole bunch of nice features.
Husqvarna’s 2024 Svartpilen 801 gets twin-cylinder power and a whole bunch of nice features. (Husqvarna/)


LC8c parallel-twin powerFull suite of electronic rider aidsUnique and attractive styling


If you want the full electronics package, it’s extraWhy didn’t Husky put a twin in this bike earlier!?Sport-spec tires would be an improvement


Husqvarna has now embarked on an entirely new trajectory by adding a parallel twin to the Svartpilen. This naked roadster is sporty, comes with a fantastic engine, and is no longer just an entry-level machine.


Husqvarna’s Svartpilen first broke cover as a 375cc single-cylinder-powered naked back in 2018 and was instantly met with accolades for its hip styling and fun performance. In 2019, Husky upped the ante and released the Svartpilen 701, which used the 692.7cc LC4 single from the 701 Supermoto/Enduro. But for 2024, Husqvarna has raised the stakes again with the release of the LC8c parallel-twin-powered Svartpilen 801, utilizing the engine found in KTM’s 790 Duke.

Updates for 2024

With twin-cylinder power, this brand-new Husqvarna has taken a leap forward and finds itself going head-to-head with an entirely different segment of the middleweight market.

Pricing and Variants

The base Svartpilen 801 starts at $10,899 and is only available in one dark gray/silver color scheme as pictured. Options include the Dynamic package ($420) and Cruise Control ($289), the former offers an additional ride mode and full control over rider aids, while the later adds cruise control and a custom shortcut button for modes.


As mentioned, with twin-cylinder power, the Svartpilen finds itself up against fresh competition from the likes of Honda’s CB650R, Triumph’s Trident 660, Ducati’s Monster, Suzuki’s GSX-8S, and Yamaha’s MT-07.

Powertrain: Engine, Transmission, and Performance

The Svartpilen 801′s LC8c engine is shared with KTM’s 790 Duke and 790 Adventure models. The engine is a 799cc liquid-cooled parallel twin with double-overhead cams and four valves per cylinder. Bore and stroke measure 88.0 x 65.7mm with lightweight forged aluminum bridged-box pistons and a 12.5:1 compression ratio. The engine has semi dry-sump lubrication and has 15,000-kilometer (9,320-mile) service intervals. Keeping it smooth are a pair of balance shafts, one in front of the crankshaft and the other between the camshafts.

After riding the bike in southern France, Editor-at-Large Blake Conner said: “It doesn’t take long to appreciate the LC8c’s performance. Husqvarna claims 105 hp at 9,250 rpm with 64.0 lb.-ft. of peak torque 6,500 rpm. In this world of second- and third-gear twists and turns the engine delivers excellent performance. Torque is easily accessible right off the bottom and builds with a steady rush as you head toward 9,000-plus rpm.

“Keeping the engine in its midrange sweet spot is aided by the standard Easy Shift up/down quickshifter, which we have to say continues to get more and more refined on each generation of LC8c.

“This engine is as flexible as they come. The engine is torquey and behaves predictably, never acting jerky or requiring much effort to ride smoothly. Roll out of town into the twisties and it comes to life, no doubt aided by the bike’s light overall weight (a claimed 399 pounds without fuel). There is more than enough performance to snap the front tire off the ground at will or to get the rear tire protesting and sliding if you’re not in a conservative TC setting.”

Chassis and Handling

The frame is a tubular steel front section that uses the engine as a stressed member, while the subframe is a cast-aluminum piece that also acts as the rear end’s tailsection (without any bolted-on plastic parts for bodywork). A die-cast aluminum swingarm actuates the shock directly.

Up front is a 43mm inverted WP Apex fork with rebound and compression adjustability and 5.5 inches of travel. The linkageless WP Apex shock has 5.9 inches of travel and is adjustable for spring preload and five clicks of rebound damping.

“The roads we encountered in southern France ranged from smooth perfection to a potholed mess,” Conner added. “For this reason we left the clickers alone both front and rear on the fork and shock. The middle-of-the-road settings proved to be the right compromise, offering good feedback, nice holdup at speed and under braking, and plush bump absorption over the nasty stuff.

“Handling on the 801 is crisp and predictable, with a quick-steering front end giving the bike excellent agility in the many

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Title: 2024 Husqvarna Svartpilen 801
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Published Date: Thu, 16 May 2024 22:24:57 +0000

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