February 26th, 2007 by admin
Energy Efficient Technology the Key to Automakers’ Future
Ford Motor Companies are betting on hybrid technology to take their vehicle sales out of a slump and into the energy-efficient-car-making revolution of tomorrow. The new Ford Edge was showcased at the Washington D.C. auto show in January as an example of Ford’s advancement.
Ford finds the Washington […]
February 23rd, 2007 by admin
Cars.com Reports SUV and Crossover Models are Still In Demand
Cars.com’s bet is in favor of a good year of sales for SUV and Crossover car models over the next year. Many automobile industry leaders were assuming the opposite in practical application of higher gas prices and the reputation of SUV style vehicles to be gas […]
February 21st, 2007 by admin
2007 Saturn Aura Sedan Repeatedly Beats Competition
The 2007 Saturn Aura is continually proving is top position in competition against other midsized sedans. It is being recognized as the “2007 Car of the Year” by Motoring Television, “Driver’s Choice Award for the Best New Family Sedan” by MotorWeek, the “North American Car of the Year” by […]
February 19th, 2007 by admin
Automakers Not Making Fuel Efficient Vehicles Available in U.S.
A disturbing statement released from CSI/40mpg.org says that their latest research study is showing that while automakers continue to come out with vehicles that boast the increased standards for fuel efficiency, these models are simply not available in U.S. territory. American consumers are feeling gypped, and rightly […]
February 16th, 2007 by admin
A Look at Several Crossovers for ‘07, ‘08
Soccer moms around the country are trading in the standard family taxi - the minivan - for a much improved crossover style that is highly popular in suburbia and, unlike the minivan, envied by highway observers. The auto world hasn’t quite narrowed down a standard title for the new […]
February 14th, 2007 by admin
Automobile Affordability Continues to Decline
The state of automobile manufacturing and automobile buying trends is more tedious than ever as gasoline prices fluctuate between all-time highs and still-too-steep averages and automakers strive to make up for a recent decline in consumer respect and demand by jacking up prices on every car lot. The public’s basic need […]
February 12th, 2007 by admin
Consumer Reports’ Ratings of Fuel Efficiency
If you’re on the hunt for a new vehicle, this is an article you need to read. Consumer Reports has released its 2007 take on the best and worst vehicles in their class for fuel economy. Drivers know there’s no guarantee about gas prices and when it comes to paying […]
February 10th, 2007 by admin
The Newest Ford Escape Model
Ford is beginning its publicity launch for the newest Escape compact utility vehicle. Don’t be surprised if the 2008 Escape is even more reminiscent of its brothers the Ford Explorer and Ford Expedition. It’s style is closer to the two than before.
The interior of the Escape promises drivers and passengers […]
February 9th, 2007 by admin
The Chicago Auto Show debuts ZAP Electric XEBRA
Automotive industry leaders are not in question over the emissions efficiency of electric cars, but they are scratching heads over the suggested terminology for electric vehicles such as the ZAP XEBRA. The XEBRA is being debuted at the Chicago Auto Show this upcoming week, innovated by automaker ZAP. […]
February 5th, 2007 by admin
The 5.7 V8 Engine Has Arrived at Toyota’s Alabama Location
Toyota produces its most powerful pick-up truck, the new 5.7 V8 Tundra from its Alabama plant today. The Sequoia SUV will also receive the same upgraded, more powerful engine at Toyota’s Indiana plant.
Toyota hopes consumers will widely appreciate the most powerful engine the company has […]