2019 Toyota 4Runner at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs. We use COMPUTER CUT SYSTEM FOR PRE-CUT WINDOW FILM BEFORE INSTALLATION. Call us! (954) 840-7883. Find us: www.tintmagic.net We are located at 11344 Wiles Road Coral Springs Fl 33076.
The 2019 Toyota 4Runner received a four-star overall rating from the NHTSA (out of a possible four stars). In IIHS testing, the 2019 4Runner received a Good rating on all categories except the driver’s side front small overlap impact where it received a Marginal rating and the Headlights test where it got a Poor rating (Good is the highest possible score). Active driver assistance features are not offered on any trim.
With the optional third row, the 2019 4Runner has 9.0 cubic feet with all seats in place. Capacity grows to 46.3 cubic feet with the third row folded and 88.8 cubic feet with the second and third rows down. Two-row variants have 47.2 cubic feet behind the second row and 89.7 cubic feet with the rear seats down. Five-seat models are available with a sliding cargo floor that cuts capacity to 46.3 cubic feet with all seats up and 88.8 cubic feet with the rear seats folded. All models can tow 5,000 pounds of payload when properly equipped.
The TRD Pro model gets a number of updates including new Fox internal bypass shocks, LED fog lights, a TRD roof rack option, a TRD skid plate and a black hood scoop insert. A moonroof and a JBL audio system are now standard on the TRD Pro grade. A new Nightshade edition also joins the lineup and comes with black 20-inch alloy wheels, black side mirror covers, black roof rails and black side mirror covers.
The Toyota 4Runner is closely related to the global Land Cruiser Prado and is assembled in Toyota’s Tahara plant.
Infiniti QX50 at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs. Call us for a free estimate! (954) 840-7883. We are located at 11344 Wiles Road Coral Springs Fl 33076. We use COMPUTER CUT SYSTEM TO PRE-CUT WINDOW FILMS BEFORE APPLYING IT ON GLASS. We use Suntek and LLumar window films Made in USA.
There’s a new kind of engine under the hood of the new Infiniti QX50 Like many of its competitors, it’s a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four, but what goes on inside is different from anything that has come before it.
Luxury-minded customers are more likely to care about how the QX50 looks parked in front of their houses. Its exterior design clings closely to the class norms, which means it treads the line between handsome and dull—just attractive enough to get the neighbors to notice but not so striking that it inspires them to knock on your door. Infiniti designed some distinction into the D-pillar shape, but many details, such as the headlights and taillights, could’ve been pulled from an Acura or Mazda.
The interior doesn’t take many risks, either. Material quality is excellent, and the quilted leather seats and microsuede trim on the door panels and center console are elegant touches, but these niceties are only available on the top trim level. In the center stack, two touchscreens divide the infotainment labor. The upper display is for the navigation system, one that we should mention appears to have been pulled right out of a 2008 Infiniti. Below that display is another touchscreen that has apps, audio controls, phone pairing, vehicle settings, and destination entry. Will it bother you that the two graphic displays don’t share the same fonts? It bothers us. At least the climate controls are traditional buttons that flank the lower screen.
The cabin is wide, and there’s a sense of space and airiness that transcends the QX50’s compact segment. In fact, the QX50’s new platform makes it wider than the Lexus RX350, and the sliding bench rear seat boasts more legroom than the one in the longer Lexus. Along with the soft and soothing front seats, the QX50 has more than enough space to comfortably accommodate four six-foot passengers.
Volvo XC90 at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs. We use computer cut system for a perfect fit. This Volvo SUV comes with clear two front windows and have at rear windows factory color glass and we have applied a light shade window film over the factory color glass for a better heat protection and privacy. We use Suntek and LLumar window film made in USA.
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The 2019 Volvo XC90 offers a bold, elegant design, a spacious interior so gorgeous that it deserves a place of honor in Stockholm’s Moderna Museet, and a trio of four-cylinder engines (one with an assist from a battery pack and two electric motors) that rival their six-cylinder competitors for performance. There’s even the ultra-luxurious Excellence model—perhaps better dubbed Opulence—that comes standard with a set of crystal champagne flutes. Our starry-eyed devotion to the XC90 isn’t complete, though. Its forced-induction powertrains are a little rougher than the silky V-6s we’re accustomed to in this segment, and harsh impacts occasionally jostle the cabin despite the suspension’s best efforts. Still, it’s a dynamically sound, luxurious, and slightly outré approach to family-size luxury, and the package is nearly perfect.
The 2019 packages. Every model now has updated infotainment software, third-row seating, heated washer nozzles, a 12-volt outlet in the cargo area, and four-zone climate control, among other things. The higher trim levels have a Harman/Kardon premium stereo, navigation, sun shades in the rear side windows, and a tailored dashboard and upper door panels. The headlight washing system and full LED headlights with automatic high-beams are no longer standard on the R-Design and Inscription. However, they’re part of the new Advanced package that also includes self-parking assist, head-up display, and a 360-degree camera system. While the Convenience and Momentum Plus packages are no longer available, the new Multimedia package adds navigation, the Harman/Kardon stereo, and a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster. Volvo also revised the list of single options as well as updating the interior and exterior colors.
Honda Civic Type R 2019 at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs. We use computer cut software to pre-cut window film patterns before installation over clean glass. Tint Magic Window Tinting can install rear windshield in one flawless piece. We don’t need to remove any part of the car to pre-heat the pattern because we use state of the art computer cut for a perfect fit. Call us! (954) 840-7883. We are located at 11344 Wiles Road Coral Springs Fl 33076.
The Civic Type R 2019 is the most powerful Honda and first Type R to be sold in North America. The five-door hatchback is the fifth generation of the Civic Type R but has always been forbidden fruit here until now. The Type R is powered by a 306-hp 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine mated to a six-speed manual transmission with rev-matching and a helical limited slip differential in order to get all that power to the ground via the front wheels. Standard features include 20-inch aluminum wheels with summer tires, cross-drilled Brembo front brakes, an Adaptive Damper System, high-flow exhaust with three center mounted outlets, sport seats, a 540-watt 12-speaker audio system, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, 7-inch touchscreen, navigation system and much more. The Civic Type R is unchanged for 2019.
It’s all too easy to get caught up in the acceleration numbers these days, but that would completely miss the point of the Type R. Impressive performance, wonderful feel and a friendly demeanor are the hallmarks of this car. Nothing in this class does it better.
8.0The engine’s responsiveness is soft under 3,500 rpm, so you’re not going to win any drag races. But that’s not what the Type R is about. On full boost, acceleration is energetic and strong, and the short gearing always keeps you in the powerband. Its 5.3 seconds to 60 mph is less impressive than its quarter-mile trap speed of 105 mph.
9.5The pedal is high and firm but is always easy to modulate, no matter the speed. These are the biggest brakes ever offered on a Civic, and they are more than up to the task of spirited driving and fade-free braking. Stopping from 60 mph is done in a very impressive 99 feet.
9.0Quick without being nervous and direct without being darty, the Type R’s steering gets it right. Steering effort is affected by drive mode, but most of our team found the Sport steering mode to be a good compromise. The +R mode is slightly too heavy and provides no improvement in feel.
9.5Capable and refined but still loads of fun, the Type R has the best handling in its class. Credit the front differential, the trick suspension and the reasonably light curb weight. This Civic is always a willing partner.
9.0Its around-town manners are commendable considering all the performance the Type R has to offer. Turbo lag is the biggest issue, but the easy clutch and responsive throttle make it bearable.
Mercedes Benz AMG G63 at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs. We have applied LLumar CTX Ceramic 30% at the driver and passenger windows for the best heat protection and exceptional clarity. Call us for a free estimate! (954) 840-7883. We are located at 11344 Wiles Road Coral Springs Fl 33076. Find us: www.tintmagic.net
Mercedes Benz AMG G63:
If you’ve ever wanted an SUV that can do it all, the 2020 Mercedes-AMG G63 comes awfully close—but at a steep price.
The G-class line while preserving the G-wagen’s old-world styling and exceptional off-road capability. Whereas the standar, the AMG-tuned G63 is insanely so: It is the heaviest SUV we’ve ever tested that could hit 60 mph in less than four seconds. All these talents come with a huge price tag, but when you consider the G63’s wide-ranging talents, it almost seems like a bargain—if you’re a millionaire.
Although the 2020 G63 starts at more than $150,000, most vehicles go for considerably higher than that due to its myriad customization options. The standard equipment list is quite livable, however, since every Mercedes-AMG G63 comes with 20-inch wheels, adaptive suspension damping, a front brush guard, leather upholstery, heated front and rear seats, and three-zone climate control. We would option our G63 with the Seat Comfort package (to get the multicontour seats with ventilation and massage), the AMG Trail package (so that we’d have the proper tires for off-roading), a heated steering wheel, and the increased top-speed limiter (to raise the limit from 137 mph to 149).
Although the excessively rectilinear cabin will feel familiar if you’ve ever set foot in an older G-class, this is now a thoroughly modern place, with a 12.0-inch digital instrument panel, high-quality materials, and conveniences such as cupholders and a surround-view camera system. Taller drivers and passengers will find plenty of head- and legroom in both the front and rear. Around the back, there’s still no power liftgate on the G-class, and you’ll need to be in good shape to open the side-hinged gate, which has a full-size spare tire mounted on it. With the rear seats up, you’ll have 38 cubic feet of cargo space. Folding them down (60/40 split) provides nearly 69 cubic feet.