Tuesday, September 27, 2016
By Carkhabri Team
Know A to Z Terminologies Of Your Car Before You Buy It: Part 13
Before we proceed ahead there is a question for you. Do you know, what is the objective these tutorials related with terminologies of car? An answer to this question in simple words is to make you aware about them so that when you buy your dream car you can easily question your dealer regarding different features offered in car that you buy for your family.
Well in continuation to our last blog entitled Know A To Z Terminologies Of Your Car Before You Buy It: Part 12, in which we discussed terms associated with “M” today also we shall be focusing on few more terms related with “M” and “N” alphabets.
1. MPV: Also referred as Multi-Purpose Vehicle, are small cars which fall in category of compact cars bridging the gap between compact cars and large MPVs. Sometimes these cars also referred as “Space Wagon”. The use of term MPV came into existence almost two decades back in 1996 when the MPV was developed by French car maker Renault and which was named as Renault Scenic. However, the roots of same were sown back in 1982 by Japanese car maker Nissan which launched Prairie carrying features similar to offered in MPV.
2. Multi-Port Fuel Injection: Sometimes even called as Multi Point Fuel Injection system, the main objective of this injection system is to distribute fuel directly into each port by making use of separate injectors. Depending upon the type of variant this injection system in installed in each vehicle. Vehicles empowered with diesel engine make use of fuel injection system, whereas petrol engine empowered vehicles make use of gasoline direct injection system delivering fuel directly into combustion chamber.
3. Multi-Link Suspension: Multi-link suspension system may be defined as an independent suspension system that makes use of various longitudinal arms. Moreover in simple words multi link suspension system refers to varied controlling links. The arms used to offer suspension system do not carry equal length and move in specific direction determined for them.
4. Nitro-methane: Nitro-methane is the composition of nitric acid and methane that is used for fueling top fuel dragsters and hotrods. It is generally used as fuel in racing cars by hobbyists and also in radio controlled vehicles for instance helicopters, planes and cars.
5. Nose: The front segment of car’s body which extends ahead to bonnet lines, shifting towards the beneath. It can also be defined as the method of sculpturing small peak at the center of bonnet.
6. NASCAR: National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing is a governing agency that sets standards for auto racing sports car. The group came into existence in 1948. The largest racing series conducted by the group are Xfinity Series, Sprint Cup Series and Camping World Truck Series.