The X and Y generations have been trained to believe that driving a mini-van equals the death of their youth. Most of us are willing to cram two car seats into a car that can’t hold them, as an alternative to being the owners of a mom-van. However, the mini-van has come a long way since the days of our youth when it was usually a bullet shaped vehicle with lots of cup-holders. It’s no longer the complete and total personification of sitting with the uncool kids at lunch, it may actually get you to the good tables. Read More
Category - Automotive
The new Dodge Viper ACR is more of an engineering marvel than a speedster. With a top speed of 177 mph you might feel impressed, but this actually makes the Viper ACR the slowest Viper ever made by Dodge. Even though this straight line speed falls short of other models, this Viper is the quickest around the track because the engineers made use of massive quantities of downforce to allow the Viper ACR to corner like no other Viper model has ever been able to, which simply means the downforce makes it really fast around the track but slows it down on the straight line test. Read More
Face it, the average sedan can be boring. Four doors and a modest engine spell family friendly, but not exciting or fun. No one sits in a dreary office on a rainy day dreaming of a sedan as their most wanted vehicle. Dream cars are sports cars with huge engines or muscle cars with that signature growl in cherry red or sinister black, two doors and a whole lot of power. Speed and sedans are not typically synonymous, thus making them seem lackluster. Chevrolet, creator of the classic powerhouse cars, has the answer to the tiresome sedan, the SS. Read More
Everyone dreams of owning a new car, truck, and SUV at some point in their lifetime. So off you head to the dealership to buy your Chevrolet, Toyota, or maybe even an Acura. It doesn’t really matter what make you choose. You spend time researching the vehicle, comparing it to others, choosing options and colors for your car or truck. Then, you buy the vehicle and drive off the lot. You fall in love with this vehicle, and why wouldn’t you, you worked hard for it. Read More
Vehicle ownership has always been an exciting privilege for individuals. Knowing that you have saved your hard earned cash to purchase your dream car, truck, or SUV is a very confident feeling. Well, hold on folks, because if General Motors has it their way, you can no longer OWN your vehicle. That’s right, you pay for your car, but you cannot own your Chevrolet vehicle. This goes for other General Motors brands as well. Read More
Not all superheroes are like Superman. Most of them need help to get to where they’re needed at any given time, so having a good ride is imperative. It wouldn’t be effective if they had to take a cab or drive a Camry, so they normally have something very cool to get them from point A to point B. Read More
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. Read More
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.