The Ligier X-too car has great popularity at the buyers. The Ligier X-too, having occupied a niche between the scooter and the full-fledged car, have the full authority for life in city quarters and on local highways. So years through five we will go to a supermarket, having taken with myself only a credit card.
Inside in cars it is surprisingly spacious; behind double salon very rather big luggage compartment. Plastic doors though look quite solidly, but are closed with frivolous ease. The driver\'s seat is regulated longwise and on a back inclination: you settle quite conveniently. Weight of the car limits a complete set: even safety cushions refused. The lever of gear shifting has only three situation: \"forward\", \"neutral\" and \"back\" – a role of a box carries out a variator.
Motor start-up by a habitual key does not cause problems. The engine works is quite noisy and all the vibrations transfers to a machine frame. Especially it concerns the 5-strong diesel. Meanwhile it is worth starting, and vibrations decrease. To us explained that cars yet did not pass rolling, and after the first hundred kilometers and noise, and vibrations usually abate. For now the trip in such car can be regarded as edification for loss of the driver\'s license. However, by the end of this year of Ligier promise the new comfortable motor.
It is necessary to press on gas quite strongly. The digital speedometer of our diesel car rests in \"45\" – to elicit still though kilometer is useless. The petrol version can go quicker.
The brake system has no amplifier, about ABS also there is no speech. It is impossible to make heavier Ligier X-too in any way, differently it will pass to a zone where the driver\'s license is required. But such composite systems also it is not required – speeds are insignificant. Disk brakes work sharply, and the mild car rises as driven. Consumption of fuel of 3-5 l on 100 km – an excellent index for the city car. Plus convenience of a parking. And here already you are ready to close eyes to low speed and a noisy motor and to go... no, not in travel, and to the neighboring small town, then in shop, then home.