It operates on three (3) CR2 batteries which are included FREE ($12.00 value). FREE holster with belt clip are included-a $10.00 value. It is only 3.8 inches tall-so easy to carry and conceal. The Pretender has a lifetime warranty too.
The Ertiga petrol has a 1.4-litre which produces 95PS of maximum power at 6000rpm and 130Nm of maximum torque at 4000rpm. The diesel is a 1.3-litre DDiS with VGT which produces 90PS of maximum power at 4000rpm and 200Nm of maximum torque at 1750rpm. The Ertiga has a mileage of 16.02kmpl for the petrol and an even better 20.77kmpl for alo ke toan the diesel. The Innova and Xylo have a much bigger engine capacity and also bigger in size than the Ertiga.
Can it be driven? If there are no major leaks, the vehicle is not overheating (and does not start to overheat), and there is still some evidence of coolant in the overflow bottle, it can be driven. If you can see coolant leaking on the ground--tow it. When in doubt, always tow it!
One of the main reasons why LED is the way to go is the benefits that one is bound to reap from their use. For instance, they have an extended life capability, draw fewer amperes and rarely fail. This presents the best return on investment. The design is also great as it normally includes many LED bulbs in one light. This is done on the concept that should one light go out, the rest will still function. With all this in mind one can say that these lights are here to stay.
Exteriors: The aerodynamic design is the central attraction of the car, where the air-intake is good. The front side of the car is decorated with grills. The symbol of the company is cleverly fitted, which give sporty look for the car. The low slung grill in the front of the car with body colored bumpers is the most impressive thing. The U shaped headlamps with the fog lamp gives the clear vision in case of bad weather. The price tag is little costlier compare to other similar hatchbacks in India, yet it has got huge demand due to its fabulous exterior style. The petrol and diesel variants of these models churn the better mileage.
Two levels of safety have been built in that can prevent accidental discharge. The safety switch must be in the on position (this will cause an warning lamp light to come on) and the trigger button pressed before the unit will operate.
Hyundai i10 has 2 different engines & so the mileage can also be various. Its 2 variants (D-lite & Era) have 1.1L, 1086cc, IRDE petrol motor, offering large overall performance & efficiency. Its mileage ranges from 14km/l to 19.8kmpl. One other variant have 1.2L, 1197 Kappa petrol engine with 5 pace manual transmission. The mileage within this circumstance ranges from 15.4km/l to 19.2kmpl. Several of its variants even have automated transmission gearbox, with the entire similar engine, delivering mileage 15.4km/l to 20.3kmpl. 1.1 IRDE2, 4 cylinder, SOHC engine delivers power of 69Ps@5500rpm with torque of ten.1kgm@4500rpm, although 1.2 Kappa2, 4 cylinder, DOHC engine is able of making electrical power of 80Ps@6000rpm & torque of 11.4kgm@4000rpm.
The best case scenario is that your engine oil is a little low. The second best case scenario is that there is an electrical issue with the Oil Level Warning System circuit.