Used Car Buying

Make Used Car Buying Easier

You want to spend less for the next vehicle you choose to buy, which means you’re going to buy a used car as the one you want to drive for the next several years. There are several factors to consider when you’re ready for the next car. You need to know that you can afford… Read more »

Armormax Gives Police the Power of a Dodge

Armormax Gives Police the Power of a Dodge

For several years, the Ford Crown Victoria was the most recognized police car on the market, but today it’s the Dodge Charger. Many of us see the silhouette of a Charger in our rearview mirror and we instantly slow down or double check to make sure we’re following all the driving rules. As the car… Read more »

Mazda Mazda6

Mazda Has Been Around for a Long Time

The Mazda brand is recognizable worldwide, but it’s definitely not anything new. Mazda has been at it for a while now. Many times when we think of the brands that have been part of the automotive market for a long time we think of domestic brands that we’re familiar with such as Ford, Chrysler, and… Read more »

Chevrolet Equinox

2019 Chevrolet Equinox: Continued Excellence in a Small Package

The Chevrolet Equinox has its hands full in the crossover market, but with the recent move in the 2018 model year, there are only a few small improvements needed for the 2019 model. The compact crossover SUV market is one of the most admirable and enjoyable vehicles on the market. This SUV is one that… Read more »

Performance vehicles the way they were meant to be

Performance Vehicles the Way They Were Meant to Be

There’s always something special to be said about tradition and history in any area of our lives including in what we drive. While there’s empirical proof that turbocharging and supercharging have helped to increase horsepower and give us better fuel mileage in performance vehicles, if you want a car that drives in a more traditional… Read more »

FCA Vehicles

Will Hyundai Purchase FCA?

It’s been no secret that FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne has been searching for a company that could buy FCA and take over the business. Hyundai could be the one to do it. With his retirement on the horizon, Marchionne has reached out to a few different companies to try and find a partner that would… Read more »

The Honda Ridgeline is All the Truck You Need

The Honda Ridgeline is All the Truck You Need

If you’re sure that you need to purchase a truck for the drive you need to make on a daily basis, your thought will turn to a large truck. What you normally picture when you’re thinking of buying a truck is a body on frame model with a V8 engine and solid axles. Unless you’ve… Read more »

New GMC Acadia

Rugged Comforts in the GMC Acadia

In an effort to offer a slightly smaller size in the GMC Acadia SUV, the 2017 version of this SUV was revamped to give us the size and the look that we want to enjoy. For the new, 2019 model year, the Acadia is upgraded to offer several features that we want when heading out… Read more »

Buick Enclave

Buick Owners Enjoyed a Fantastic Benefit During March Madness

While many of us enjoy watching March Madness in the NCAA Tournament, Buick owners enjoyed it a bit more this time. One of the most watched and followed tournaments of the year is the NCAA basketball tournament that takes place during March and into early April every year. Whether its women’s or men’s college basketball,… Read more »

Honda Didnt Give Up on the Insight

Honda Didn’t Give Up on the Insight

The Honda Insight was one of the first hybrid models offered in the automotive market but once it was overshadowed by the Toyota Prius it would have been easy for the Honda brand to give up on it and avoid hybrid models altogether. Instead of giving up, Honda chose to recreate new models and is… Read more »

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  • Dealers Take Aim At 3rd Party Sites

    For some time now, dealers have been taking a closer look at the cost of doing business on 3rd party inventory listing sites such as AutoTrader and Cars.com. There are many other listing sites to consider as well at varying costs but that is not our issue here. The basic question has been whether to… Read more »

  • If Your Data is Fragmented, So is Your Marketing

    Data is information. It’s available in abundance. Today’s dealer has detailed monthly and even real-time reports on sales, employee accountability, provider accountability, campaigns, customer interactions and information, market studies, and on and on.

  • Nearly 80 Percent Of Consumers Think Vehicle Hacking Will Be Frequent Problem In Near Future

    IRVINE, Calif., July 31, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The vulnerabilities of vehicle hacking have made an impression on car owners and shoppers, and nearly 80 percent say it will be a frequent problem within the next three years or less, according to an all-new survey by Kelley Blue Book www.kbb.com, the only vehicle valuation and information source… Read more »

  • A Tiny Jeep For Fun and Function

    When you think of a Jeep model typically two model names come to mind, the Wrangler and the Grand Cherokee.  Although the Wrangler has benefited from years of carrying the same form and style in the market the Grand Cherokee has had some changes over the years, but they were accepted as part of what… Read more »

  • Two All New Scion Models For 2016

    Scion has been a big win for Toyota in previous model years. In 2016, Toyota has announced that they will launch two models: The Scion iM and Scion iA. Both are stickered with a price tag that is sure to please Scion lovers. The iM is a hatchback version of the vehicle, and the iA… Read more »

  • Chevrolet Challenges Developers To Create The Next Best Thing

    Chevrolet has long been an innovator and leader in the automotive industry. They are the first in the industry to introduce 4G LTE wifi hotspots in their vehicles. They have also created bold designs and comfort features to rival the competition on the playing field. Chevrolet has issued a challenge of sorts. They are challenging… Read more »

  • The Heyday of Japanese Sports Cars

    The 1990s was a strange decade for auto manufacturers.  The American sports cars were being laughed at as the Big Three were trying to figure out the formula for building the next best sports cars and the Europeans seemed to be in between models across the continent.  This was a decade where power was not… Read more »

  • Overcoming New Software Challenges For Automotive Design

    The automotive industry is growing by leaps and bounds on almost a daily basis. We hear about the latest and greatest tech gadgets on the market and in our vehicles. From Apple and Google creating tech and software in our vehicles, to push button start, we certainly have made driving a bit more comfortable these… Read more »

  • Luxurious Power

    Imagine you are driving along in traffic and you see a nice luxury vehicle ready to pull out into traffic ahead of you but they don’t go even though there is plenty of room.  Are they afraid?  Have they gotten a call that makes them stay put?  What is going on?  As you come up… Read more »

  • The New Juke-R is Huge on Horsepower

    The Nissan Juke comes in a variety of setups and makes an interesting choice for some maximum horsepower.  On one end of the spectrum the Juke is a good looking small hatchback that is built as a city dweller for the younger crowd that doesn’t have a lot to spend on a vehicle.  At the… Read more »