RetroSuperCar.com is an online guide on classic cars. It targets car enthusiasts from around the world who are interested in history, features and buying guide of classic cars. The online source for car reviews and buying advice now reveals history and interesting facts about classic supercar Aston Martin Virage.
Scottsdale, AZ -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/23/2013 -- RetroSuperCar.com now provides crucial information about Aston Martin Virage to help buyers with detailed information about this popular British Cruiser.
The classic car review website throws important light on various matters and helps to figure important aspects that a buyer of any vintage car should explore before making any final deal.
The review says that Virage offers private pleasures and hugely turned mass market in its favor. It was unveiled at Birmingham, in 1988. With five-speed manual gearbox and strong ZF unit, the engine’s output is extraordinary. Suspension of the vintage car is maintained with unequal wishbones at front, de Dion axle by triangulated radial arms and a rear Watts linkage. The car even comes with an option of three auto speed transmission.
“Mercedes style adjustments of memory power with electrically heated, beautifully crafted cosseting seats make it drivers’ pleasure. Simple two-stroke steering wheel even adjusts for gentle tilts. The vintage offers better visibility with powerful headlights and quality mirrors. The cabin of Aston is certainly smart with ample space for riders. The four-seater Virage offers spacious compartment in comparison to any vintage vehicle designed at mid-eighties,” says the reviewer at RetroSuperCar.com.
He also adds that the car offers extreme comfort while undertaking long distance travels along with an additional V8 howl hard acceleration that would help to provide certain entertainment.
Another reviewer at RetroSuperCar.com says, “Aston Martin Virage review provides complete information about the car and guides any enthusiastic buyer about its specific details. We always put effort to bring complete details about various classic cars and also comparison about popular vehicles like BMW M3 E36, Audi S2 and Mercedes C63”.
The reviewer of Aston Martin Virage, who also posted Collectors’ Guide on Diecast car models, is hopeful that his latest review will get maximum number of views and comments.
“I have checked both the latest review on Aston Martin Virage and Diecast car models guide, and I like it. Such detailed information is usually unavailable in most of modern car magazines,” says Stuart Jones, an old car enthusiast.
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