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The 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer comes with a full assortment of airbags, including front-seat side airbags, full-length head curtain airbags and a driver’s knee airbag. Antilock brakes are standard on the ES and GTS, and optional on the base DE. The ES and GTS come standard with four-wheel disc brakes, while the DE has rear drums. Stability control is not offered.

In government crash testing, the Lancer received a five-star crash rating for driver frontal crash protection and front seat side crash protection. It got four stars for passenger frontal crash protection and for rear seat side protection. In the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s frontal offset crash test, the Lancer achieved the best rating of “Good.”

Body Styles, Trim Levels, and Options

The 2009 Dodge Ram 1500 is a full-size pickup available in multiple body styles and bed lengths. The regular cab seats a maximum of three people on its standard bench seat, and it can be had with either a 6-foot-4-inch bed or an 8-foot version. The extended cab (“Quad Cab”) can seat up to six in two bench rows and comes only with the 6-foot-4 bed. The Ram’s crew cab model expands rear-seat legroom even further, but is only available with a 5-foot-7-inch bed.

There are three trim levels. The base ST model (available in regular and extended cabs) comes standard with 17-inch steel wheels, vinyl floor covering, air-conditioning, a 40/20/40-split front bench seat, vinyl upholstery, a folding rear bench seat (extended cab only), a tilting steering column and a six-speaker stereo with a CD player and an auxiliary audio jack. Options include chrome-clad steel wheels, cruise control, a bedliner and satellite radio.

Denver Barry Solutions :2009 Nissan Maxima Vehicle Overview

Introduction

We can already hear the complaints: “I am not paying ,000 for a Nissan sedan.” We understand. For that kind of money, you could be driving an Infiniti, a BMW or even a Mercedes. They must be smokin’ something interesting at Nissan’s Tennessee headquarters, right? Well, they’re not as nutty as you may think, as the all-new 2009 Nissan Maxima is a high-quality entry-level luxury sedan that is well worth the fair amount of cash Nissan’s charging for it. In fact, when fully loaded, it undercuts similarly equipped luxury-badged sedans by thousands, while in some cases being dynamically superior.

While wrapped in sharp, unique styling, the ’09 Maxima was put together using the best bits and pieces found in the Nissan and Infiniti warehouses. The basic front-wheel-drive architecture comes from the sporty Altima midsize sedan; however, its length was reduced and width increased to improve handling. Nissan’s ubiquitous 3.5-liter V6 shows up yet again, in this case with an ample 290 horsepower on tap. The Altima’s excellent continuously variable transmission (CVT) is the lone transmission choice, but in the Maxima’s SV trim, it comes with metal paddle shifters that control artificial transmission “gear” ratios. The low-friction, high-feel power steering is similar to the Altima too, but once again, it was upgraded to provide a more driver-focused feel.

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