Presentation on theme: "A comparison of two cars I would like to own: a Lamborghini Gallardo and a 1992 Pontiac Sunbird Presented By: John Wellers Project 15: Buying Your First."— Presentation transcript:
A comparison of two cars I would like to own: a Lamborghini Gallardo and a 1992 Pontiac Sunbird Presented By: John Wellers Project 15: Buying Your First Car June 6 2011
Let’s look at the Lamborghini Gallardo This car is amazing, it’s sleek look and high quality engine make it one of the nicest cars on the market. Its also about $200,000
Safety Features of the Lamborghini Gallardo The safety rating of the Lamborghini Gallardo is not available as of now. Below are some of the important safety features this car has Safety Features Antilock Brakes Traction Control Antiskid System Front-Side Airbags
Technology and Entertainment Features of the Lamborghini Gallardo The Gallardo is a car equipped with lots of great technology and entertainment. Listed below are some of its features. Features - Front 12V power outlet(s) - Dual-zone fully-automatic climate control - Element antenna - Audio system with AM/FM radio, CD player (reads MP3 format) ; includes RDS, digital media card and satellite radio - Cargo capacity: 29.0 cu. ft. all seats in place - Trip computer: includes average speed, average fuel economy, current fuel economy and range for remaining fuel
Specifications of the Gallardo The Lamborghini Gallardo has one of the nicest engines on the market, it has a 5.2-liter V10 engine that produces 570 horsepower, and can travel from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.4 seconds, up to a 202 mph (325 km/h) top speed. It is a manual transmission.
City vs. Highway Miles Per Gallon of the Gallardo City MPG:12 - 14 Highway MPG: 20 Average cost per gallon of Gas: $3.88 Average Miles per Week I Drive: 0 Total Weekly Gas Bill: $0
Now Lets look at the 1992 Pontiac Sunbird The Sunbird is an old bottom of the line car that has an engine that equivalents todays Saab Frontier just 15 years old. It’s also maybe $2,000
Safety Features of the 1992 Pontiac Sunbird The safety rating of the Sunbird is 4 out of 5. Below are some of the important safety features this car has NHTSA Recall History 1991: Front-door interlock striker may fail. 1991: Front-door shoulder-belt guide loops may be cracked. 1992: Accelerator cable may have been kinked during assembly; can cause high-effort operation, or sticking or broken cable. 1992: Secondary hood-latch spring in some cars is improperly installed or missing. 1992-93: During cold weather, water entering throttle cable may freeze and cause cable to bind. 1993: Flawed rear brake hoses can cause reduced brake effectiveness. 1994: Drive-axle spindle nuts on a few cars may be overtorqued.
Technology and Entertainment Features of the 1996 Pontiac Sunbird The Sunbird is a car equipped with lots of great technology and entertainment. Listed below are some of its features. Standard Features Air Dam Bucket Seats Center Console Fog Lights Power Brakes Rallye Gauges Tinted Glass 3.1L V6 OHV 12V FI Engine 15 Inch Wheels Regular Unleaded Fuel Required Power Exterior Mirrors AM/FM Audio System Rear Spoiler Available Optional Features Optional Rear Window Defroster Sunroof 3-Speed Automatic Transmission Cruise Control Tilt Steering Wheel 5-Speed Manual Transmission Clock Alloy Wheels 4-Wheel ABS Cloth Seating Power Steering Power Door Locks
Specifications of the Sunbird MSRP: $9,904 - $15,524 KBB value: $2,025 - $2,725 Fuel economy: 19-25 city / 28-35 hwy Base engine: 2.0L 110 hp I4 Maximum seating: 5 passengers
City vs. Highway Miles Per Gallon of the Sunbird City MPG: 19 - 25 Highway MPG: 28 - 35 highway Average cost per gallon of Gas: $3.88 Average Miles per Week I Drive: 75 Total Weekly Gas Bill: $11.19
Final Costs Lamborghini GallardoPontiac Sunbird $200,000$2,000