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My Dream Car Essay

687 words - 3 pages

My dream car
When most people think about their dream car, they fantasize and dream cars such as a Lamborghini, Bugatti, Maybach Exelero, Porsche, Lykan Hypersport, Ferrari, Mercedes Benz, Aston Martin One-77, etc. However, some people like to keep it simple. I am one of those people. I do not dream about over the line expensive cars, I dream about a car that fits both my current and future needs as well as what’s best for the planet. My dream car is a Smart fortwo Brabus. This is my dream car because for eight reasons. Those reasons include style, high gas mileage, maneuvers well, the comfortable feeling, easy to clean, I don't have to take someone who I don't want in my car, the storage compartment in the back and technology.
I have a car which is named Chevrolet Geo-Metro which was introduced in 1992. It is not a car many teens who be happy to say they own. I have seen many different cars but this car is ...view middle of the document...

The Smart fortwo Brabus is an electric car but yet has a "Save the Earth" vibe.
The Smart fortwo Brabus is an absolute beauty. It has both a sporty but yet classy look. Its sporty look makes it popular and trendy. It is something that a young person such as me, would want to not just drive, but own. Its stylish look makes it elegant. Even though it looks expensive, it does not come with a heavy price tag.
Aside from its unique eye-catching style, the Smart fortwo Brabus has outstanding fuel economy. It gets an estimated 33 miles per gallon in the city and 41 on the highway. When you are a college student, like me it is important to have a vehicle that has good fuel economy, because you have to travel to campus, and sometimes to other campus locations for your classes. All of that travel adds up and takes a giant toll on the amount of gas you have in your tank and the amount of money you have in your wallet. For people on a fixed budget, impressive fuel economy eases some of the stress those people experience.
Even though style and fuel economy is important, in this generation, it is also important to have to the most impressive technological features. The Smart fortwo Brabus includes many technological features, but I will only focus on two. First, it has a smart multimedia navigation system. The system features Radio, navigation with 2D and 3D map display, destination input via voice controls, traffic information in addition to iPod, and USB/AUX connectors. Second, it has another technological feature which is the smart Bluetooth system. When you need to make a call or change a radio station, or you are not sure where to go, it helps to have a navigation feature to help get you to your destination. It’s best to have a hands-free feature so you can be safe, reduce distraction and accidents.
I believe having my dream car being the Smart fortwo Brabus is realistic, because it is achievable and does not have to stay just a dream. Although an exotic over the line expensive car would be enjoyable, my dream car is quite simple and easily achievable. Plus when you have to park in crowded parking lots, or tight spaces it helps because it’s small and you can get in where you fit

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