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Old April 5th, 2006, 01:42 AM   #1
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Cars Cars Cars!!

Part of the urban background is cars:

Automobiles, cars, mashin, garri, trucks, autoboos etc

how about post pics of cars ud find in iran, news articles relating ro Irans fast gorwing automotive industry, pics of tehrans traffic, basicly everything to do with cars, traffic, even infrastructure...

Start off with Iran Khodro's Samand (not the LX)



Performance:
* Engine type: XU7JP/L3
* Fuel system type: Multipoint fuel injection ( MPFI) injection system
* Number of cylinder : 4 cylinder in line
* Minimum octane Number : Ron 95
* Cylinder bore : 83 mm
* Piston stroke : 81.4 mm
* Displacement : 1761 cm3
* Compression ratio : 9.3:1
* Maximum power (Ch DIN) : 100 HP at 6000 rpm
* Maximum torque (mkg DIN) : 153 Nm at 3000 rpm
* Maximum speed : 185 Km/h

GEAR BOX : 5 Speeds + reverse

# Clutch : Dry single disc, Performance : Cable control

Kerb weight : 1200 kg

BRAKES
* Front brakes (Disc) : Servo assisted dual circuit ventilated
* Rear brakes (drum) : Servo assisted dual circuit
* ABS (Anti-Lock braking system): optional
* ABS (Anti-Lock braking system) type: 4 channels with EBD ( Electronic Brake Distribution) force system
* ABS Model: MK 20E ( Continental Teves)
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Old April 5th, 2006, 10:20 PM   #2
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Iran Khodro Peugot 206




Warranty : 30,000 km

Existing/Optional Accessories:

* Manual or automatic gearbox
* Ordinary or hydraulic steering wheel
* Engine catalyst system for prevention of air pollution (optional)
* Safety air bags for driver and passenger
* Vertical adjustment of driver seat
* Anti-lock braking system (ABS)
* BSI system
* Adjustment of headlights from the interior
* Powered window winder
* Air conditioner and seat belt for all passengers
* Burglar-proof automobile switch identification
* Diesel motor (optional)

Comes in 2 different versions:

1: 1.4ltre (1360cm3), 8 valve inline 4 cylinder, 75bhp (@ 5500rpm), 5 speed gear box (+reverse) single disc dry clutch (cable mech), maximum speed 170 km/h, 0-100kph 14.1 Sec

2: 1.6ltr (1587cm3) 16valve multi point (sequential) injection, 110bhp (@ 5800rpm), 4 speed auto gear box (hydraulic EC clutch) maximum speed 190 km/h, 0-100kph 9.5sec

1.6 model isnt too shabby
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Old April 5th, 2006, 10:41 PM   #3
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Iran Khodro Peugeot Pars (formerly 'Persia')



PERFORMANCE

* Type of Engine : XU7JP/L3
* Displacement : 1761 cm3
* Maximum Power : 100 HP at 6000 rpm
* Maximum Torque : 15.3 Kgm at 3500 rpm
* Fuel Supply : Injection system
* Speed : 186 km/h
* Acceleration : 0 to 100 kph at 11.8 seconds

PARS ELX with Injection System and 16 Valves (basicly Xantia Engine)

* Type of Engine : XU7JP4/L4
* Displacement : 1761 cm3
* Maximum Power : 110 HP at 5500 rpm
* Maximum Torque : 155 Kgm at 4250 rpm
* Fuel Supply : Injection system
* Speed : 192 km/h
* Acceleration : 0 to 100 kph at 11 seconds

Kerb weight : 1190

STEERING

* Power assistance Hydraulic

BRAKES

* Front brake Ventilated disc
* Rear brake Drum

5 speed manual gear box, cable clutch
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Old April 5th, 2006, 10:56 PM   #4
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Don't forget our national pride.



The Paykan is a type of automobile produced by the Iranian company Iran Khodro. The car is a ubiquitous sight on the roads of Iran, and was on sale for over 35 years, most of them painted a characteristic off-white colour.

This boxy looking car is based on the 1966 Hillman Hunter, which was originally designed and manufactured by the British Rootes Group. The design was introduced to Iran by Mahmoud Khayami, co-owner of the Iran Khodro company and factory, who accurately predicted that Iran was in need of a simple "no-frills" automobile within the price range of ordinary people. He therefore bought the Hunter design for Iran Khodro.

In 1967, Rootes began exporting Hunters to Iran Khodro in CKD form (Complete, Knocked Down) for assembly from kits. In 1978, Peugeot became heirs to the Rootes empire after it collapsed under the ownership of Chrysler; a year later it ended Hunter production at the Linwood plant in Scotland. The production tooling was exported to Iran, and the car was in full-scale manufacture under Peugeot licence until 2005. Although the car still looked very similar to the 1966 original, there were some changes, notably the substitution of the original 1725cc Rootes engine with a Peugeot 504-derived unit. Although it is the butt of many jokes over its high gasoline (12 miles to the gallon) consumption and outdatedness, the Paykan remained a highly sought after vehicle in Iran, and during its last years the order backlog was nearly two years long.

Production of the venerable Paykan ended in May 2005. It will be replaced by the Renault Logan and Iran's new national car, the Samand.









Some jokes worth reading...

Q. How do you make a Paykan accelerate 0 - 60 mph in less than 15 seconds?
A. Push it off a cliff.

Q. What is found on the last 2 pages of every Paykan owner's manual?
A. The bus schedule.

Q. What did the auto parts counterman say when the customer said "I'll take a set of wiper blades for my Paykan"?
A. Sounds like a fair trade to me.

Q. Why do Paykans come with heated rear windows?
A. To keep your hands warm while you're pushing them.

Q. What do you call a Paykan at the top of a hill?
A. A mirage.

Q. What do you call two Paykans at the top of a hill?
A. A miracle.

Q. How do you double the value of a Paykan?
A. Fill up the gas tank.

Q. What do you call a Paykan with brakes?
A. Customized.

Q. How do you make a Paykan go faster downhill?
A. Turn off the engine.

Q. Why don't Paykans sustain much damage in a front end collision?
A. The tow truck takes most of the impact.

Q. What do you call Paykan passengers?
A. Shock absorbers.

Q. How do you improve the appearance of a Paykan?
A. Park it between two Porsches.



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Old April 6th, 2006, 04:46 AM   #5
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I quite don't understand why an old, shitty car is popular in Iran.
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Old April 6th, 2006, 05:19 AM   #6
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1,014,000 Cars Produced Last Year

ISNA - Tehran
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Tehran, 05 April (ISNA)-According to an informed official, last year one million and 14 thousand vehicles were produced in Iran, which this in itself is a new national record.

"We have planned to raise this year's production to one million and 150 thousand vehicles," said the official.

This source stated that in the previous year $300 million worth of spare parts were exported and $1.5 billion imported; 10 thousand vehicles were imported and approximately $5.4 billion worth of spare parts produced in the country.

http://www.isna.ir/Main/NewsView.asp...-691655&Lang=E

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Old April 8th, 2006, 05:40 PM   #7
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Iran Khodros Peugeot 405 GLX (also comes in a station wagon)



PERFORMANCE

* Type of Engine : XU7JP/L3
* Displacement : 1761 cm3
* Number of cylinder : 4
* Compression ratio : 8
* Maximum Power : 100 HP at 6000 rpm
* Maximum Torque : 153 Nm at 3500 rpm
* Maximum speed : 182 kph
* Acceleration : 0 to 100 kph at 11.8 seconds

BRAKES

* Front brake : Ventilated disc
* Rear brake : Drum

# Clutch : Single dry type and cable control
# Tachometer
# Soundproofing under bonnet
# Removal of spare wheel to boot
# Preserver foam of inside tools of spare wheel
# Automatic fuel shut-off system on urgent time

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Iran Khodros Peugeot RD



Pretty much the same body as the 405

PERFORMANCE

* Type of Engine : XU7JP/L3
* Displacement : 1598 cm3
* Number of cylinder : 4
* Bore x Stroke : 83 x 81.4 mm
* Compression ratio : 8.5
* Maximum Power : 66 HP at 5000 rpm
* Maximum Torque : 110 Nm at 3750 rpm
* Maximum speed : 150 kph
* Fuel Supply : Injection MPFI
* Consumption : 7.4 Inj. (Liters per 100 km at 90 km/h)

# Tachometer
# Removal of spare wheel to boot
# Automatic fuel shut-off system on urgent time

Safety:
* Front brakes -disc- Hydraulic dual system
* Front brake pad wear warning light
* Rear brakes -drum- hydraulic dual system
* Side impact beams in all doors:
your safety has been planned down to the smallest details.
Reinforced doors improved protection of passengers in the event of a side impact.
* Rear seat safety belt
* Intermittent windscreen wiper
* Brake fluid low level warning light
* Dipping interior rear view mirror
* Child safety latch on rear doors
* Front door glass defrosting
* Laminated windscreen
* Rear fog light
* Door central locking linked to tailgate / boot
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Old April 8th, 2006, 06:09 PM   #8
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Saipa

Sapia 141








Type: 4 cylinder, in line, SOHC
Bore & Stroke(mm): 71.0 x 83.6
Displacement(cc): 1323
Compression Ratio: 9.7
Fuel Supply System: Injection
Max Power: 62.5(Nm) / 3500 RPM
Engine Oil Capacity(Lit): 3/4


all in all.....crap.
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Old April 8th, 2006, 06:14 PM   #9
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Pars Khodros' Nissan Maxima ( hell geah )



Engine
Type, Code: Petrol, VQ30DE
No. & Arrangement of Cylinders: 6 – V form
Total displacement: 2988 cc
Manual transmission: 5 Speeds+Reverse
Automatic transmission: 4 Speeds+Reverse

Breaks:
Front: Ventilated Disk
Rear: Solid Disk
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Old April 8th, 2006, 06:32 PM   #10
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Iran Khodros' Paykan Pickup 1600 (Still in production!)



PERFORMANCE

* Engine : X1
* Displacement : 1598 cm3
* Bore x Stroke : 87.3 mm x 66.7 mm
* Number of cylinder : 4
* Compression ratio : 7.8
* Maximum Power : 67 HP at 5000 rpm vMaximum Torque : 104 Nm at 3750 rpm
* Maximum speed : 137 kph
* Fuel supply system : Injection MPFI

GEAR BOX

* GEAR BOX : 4 Forward speeds + Reverse
* CLUTCH : Cable/hydraulic single dry plate

STEERING

* Box "F" type- Non assisted
* Turning circle between kerbs : 11 M

SUSPENSION

* Front : Macpherson Independent-coil spring
* Rear : Leaf spring

BRAKES

* Front brake : Hydraulic disc
* Rear brake : Hydraulic drum Rear brake : Hydraulic drum

TYRES

* Size : 5.90 R 13

'Safety'
* Front brake pad wear warning light
* Dipping interior rear view mirror

Overall piece of 'orse shit BUT it does the job and u can make a stable living from it
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Old April 8th, 2006, 06:57 PM   #11
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Don't forget our national pride.
National pride my ass !

The Peykan is a national embarrassement !
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Old April 8th, 2006, 07:30 PM   #12
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hehehehe, LOL!
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How come there isn't any imported cars in Irans?
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Old April 9th, 2006, 02:40 AM   #14
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loool all of these cars are shitty lol ,,,
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How come there isn't any imported cars in Irans?
It's regulated against. It'll end up to expensive for normal people after taxes.
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Old April 9th, 2006, 02:51 AM   #16
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loool all of these cars are shitty lol ,,,
Yes becuase the Nissan Maxima is really shitty... look I'm working in this thread and ive posted all of Iran Khodros cars that are affordable... Iran has the strongest and fasest growing automotive industry in the Middle East

heh you people seem to be unable to post some thing constructive on our forum, only provocative snide remarks
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It's regulated against. It'll end up to expensive for normal people after taxes.
I guess its because the mullahs fears competition.
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Old April 9th, 2006, 02:59 AM   #18
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Pars Khodros' Nissan Roniz



Engine:
Type, Model: Petrol, - KA24DE
INJECTION
No. & Arrangement of Cylinders: 4 – In Line
Total displacement: 2389 cc
Max. Power (SAE Gross) hp.rpm: 160/5600
Max. Torque: Kgm/rpm: 21.2/3600

5 speed Manual gear box + reverse
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I guess its because the mullahs fears competition.
well this year theyv eased off the law a bit, i saw lots of high end Mercs, BMWs, even a hummer H2 in tehran this year.

Though yeh your right... and its not just the mullahs, Iranian car manufacturers wont be able to compete and more people will become unemployed
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Old April 9th, 2006, 02:39 PM   #20
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where are the samand's? My fav. car from Iran, they start this year exporting 50-100 000 of these samand's to Turkey.
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