January 29th, 2011 by Hal Moses
A new report shows that new car customers aren’t doing enough to ensure the best deals on financing, insurance and an auto warranty.
Only 64 percent of consumers would even attempt a negotiation on the price of a new vehicle. In addition, over 2 million motorists wouldn’t even bother to research the current value of their […]
January 28th, 2011 by Hal Moses
SUVs are available in a wide array of prices and sizes. They are more versatile than any other vehicle. They have varying cargo carrying options, carry up to eight people, and allow drivers to be higher than cars. In addition, they can tackle off-road terrain. There are car based and truck based SUVs. Which is […]
January 28th, 2011 by Hal Moses
For drivers who are sick of paying the high fuel prices and who aren’t willing to wait for automakers to put affordable electric cars on the market, CNN has reported that car owners are doing conversions on their gas powered vehicles to make them electric powered.
The conversion has been described as “surprisingly easy”, which involves […]
January 27th, 2011 by Hal Moses
If you’re dreaming of purchasing a new vehicle, but can’t afford the high payment, you’re in luck. You can switch out your car without going into debt. To get more value for your money buy pre-owned.
The second that a new car rolls out of the dealership, it drops in price. In fact, you will lose […]
January 25th, 2011 by Hal Moses
When determining the amount of money you can pay for a vehicle you must consider your credit. Yet, experts say that consumers should shop around at various dealers to make comparisons on special deals on financing.
To help with your car shopping experience, request a copy of your credit report by going through a credit agency. […]
January 22nd, 2011 by Hal Moses
Often motorist get sticker shock or experience buyer’s remorse after buying a new car. However, you can avoid this by considering the expenses that you will encounter in the future.
According to experts, most consumers anticipate the price of the purchase, registration and taxes. However, many people forget to factor in the price of insurance and […]
January 21st, 2011 by Hal Moses
The best way to annoy a BMW executive is to ask about the new Mini station wagon. In other words, the Mini Cooper Clubman.
Today, in the car business, the station wagon conjures up negative imagery. It is the opposite idea that BMW wants associated with the Mini.
But if you really look at the Mini Clubman, […]
January 20th, 2011 by Hal Moses
The majority of Ford’s models are not only equipped with new car warranties, and numerous safety features, they come with a gas-cap-less fuel tank. Ford is referring to this as “EasyFuel,” which shouldn’t be confused with “FlexFuel”, which is when a car can use E85. However, if you get the two mixed up, cars with […]
January 19th, 2011 by Hal Moses
It’s the moment that every motorist dreads, a flat tire. You don’t know if you ran over glass or hit a nail, but you need to take action. You may need to call for road service, and then you have to have the tire fixed or do it yourself. Surprisingly, it isn’t that hard to […]
January 18th, 2011 by Hal Moses
Over the past few decades, perhaps one of the biggest technical developments has been to tires. And now, new rules concerning tires will yield even more mileage and safety improvements.
After the estimated 280 deaths that were linked to Firestone tire failures on the Ford Explorer SUVs, lawmakers ordered tire pressure monitoring systems are used. These […]