Aixam Cars - Some More Features


There is a revolution currently underway in the automobile market that is changing both style and cost of cars being manufactured. The old ways of full-sized vehicles are gone and now we have seen the ushering in of a whole new vanguard of underpriced and over performing cars. One such manufacturer, which has been responsible for helping this movement, is Aixam automobiles.

Aixam automobiles are the newest form of design that combines efficiency with practicality. They've been in production since 1984 under several different names, but have recently become a huge success in most of Europe. They've got a variety of models to choose from and if you are looking for a car that can help you save money during the purchase and at the pump, then you might want to consider one of these models. Unfortunately, Aixam models are not available in the United States, but it is my guess that eventually these French made automobiles will end up in the hands of Americans. In the meantime, here is a brief rundown of the different styles and body types in the Aixam line.

The Aixam Crossline/A- series is their premium model that offers a top speed of 45 miles per hour and maintains a fuel efficiency of 30 miles per gallon to 60 miles per gallon. This model comes in several colors and several upgraded versions.

The Aixam Scouty and Scouty convertible are smaller and sportier versions of the Crossline/a-series and are essentially 2 passenger cars. This model is a diesel 2 cylinder engine.

The Aixam Crossline series is an SUV adaptation based on the same style as the other models and still maintains a decent speed with relatively efficient fuel economy. This model is a diesel 2 cylinder engine.

Lastly, the Aixam electric model, which is new at the time of this writing, is also a very popular electric powered vehicle that is better for city driving than long distance or freeway driving. This model is a diesel 2 cylinder engine.

An interesting side note is that many of the Aixam cars can be driven without a license in France, where cars going 30 miles per hour or less do not require a license to operate. It is estimated that there are approximately 140,000 of these cars in France alone.

If you've ever heard of Tata cars, made in India, then you are probably very familiar with the style, as the companies offer a very similar version of the microcar. However, even if you haven't you can learn more about these vehicles by looking on their website or other websites, such as this one.

Overall, the Aixam models are all very similar in body style and size, based upon the microcar frame and components. Produced by MegaCars, Aixam is quickly becoming a household name, and for good reason. If you are looking for a cheap car (starting at around 10,000 Euros) that can get you where you need to go with little gas expense, then consider the Aixam line as your first option.