The act of driving can have some pre-existing negative effects on our emotions. Most vehicles, try as they may to be comfortable, are not able to accommodate people for extended periods of time. It’s a hassle to drive in traffic. Perhaps most importantly, we’re often driving to and from places that are not good for our emotional well-being such as driving back and forth to work.
When it comes to checking online for cars, more people check dealer websites than manufacturer or third-party websites. This should lead dealers to think that they need to have the best of both worlds.
That wasn’t the conclusion of LeadiD, a company that specializes in customer acquisition. They felt in their infographic that dealers need to pay more attention to third-party sites because around 40% we not utilizing them. However, there’s an alternative.
Car buyers are often skeptical of dealers when it comes to financing their cars. There are stories about how banks are easier to deal with, how dealers always charge too much in interest, and how they make more money when your monthly payment is higher. None of these are true.
When you’re a fictional British secret agent with your choice of cars, one might believe that you’d go for more variety. Despite having these choices, the writers of the James Bond movie series have leaned on a few different types and brands of cars, giving the iconic character a sense of personal taste rather than a smorgasbord of automotive gluttony.
When it comes to supercars, most of them are not realistic to mass produce. They are too niche, too expensive, and too amazing to put into full production. Then again, some are just right for it.
This infographic by Stratstone breaks down the top five fastest production cars in the world. No, it’s not the most visually stunning infographic ever created and is even worse when you consider the subject matter, but the content itself is strong and worthy of inclusion here.
As cars continue to become more technologically advanced, some are looking it as a good thing. Others see that it may be a shift that we’re not really willing to accept. Regardless of your opinion, it’s happening and many of the apps that fill our digital lives are starting to make a real impact on the way we get from point A to point B.
This infographic by Go-Part breaks down te differences between paying a mechanic and doing your repairs yourself.
It isn’t often enough that we get a strong automotive infographic come across our way. It’s not that there aren’t very many made. It’s that they’re normally not very good. This one is good enough to make the cut.
Check out the rich and celebrated history of the Porsche 911. Whether it’s America’s favorite or not is definitely up for debate, but it’s up there.