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Why you should choose a franchise dealership for your auto repairs

Toyota Service

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

You Can’t Own Your Chevrolet?

Owning Your Chevrolet

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

The Fastest Production Cars

2009 SSC Ultimate Aero

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.

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Chevy Apps for the Road

Chevy runs deep

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.

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Stick vs Automatic

Stick vs Automatic

Knowing how to handle the clutch is a sure sign of a skilled motorer. And with one of the highest percentages of manual owners of any car brand, MINI was curious: what else might being able to drive stick say about a person? As always, the Hunch data reveals all.

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Stick vs Automatic

Jumping Through Hoops to Purchase a Vehicle

Haggling

Buying a vehicle is something that most people go through some time in their lives. Basic transportation is necessary for many Americans, particularly those who do not have access and a willingness to use public transportation. In New York City, one can live easily without a vehicle. In most cities, this simply isn’t possible.

This infographic below by Kelley Blue Book breaks down the car-buying experience from the buyers’ perspectives. We learn that not only do most people not enjoy haggling, but we also learn that a customer-service based selling experience may make people more willing to buy more often.

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