The first couple of years that the Fiat 500X was on the market, it was a bit of an experiment into the SUV market for the brand. As the largest of the Fiat models but still a subcompact crossover SUV, the 500X is a vehicle that has been improved for the next model year to […]Read more "The Fiat 500X is Updated for You"
Unless you’re an avid Fiat follower you might not realize the Fiat 500 is celebrating its 60th anniversary. This little car has been one we’ve loved to drive for its small and simple good looks and it’s easy to enjoy driving manners. Now that this model has reached the completion of six decades on the […]Read more "Another Celebration"
Because Volkswagen was found to be cheating in regards to the emissions regulations that were in place it’s easy to assume the same of FCA and the allegations they’ve been cheating as well. Volkswagen was found to have installed a defeat device in many of their vehicles that were powered by small diesel engines in […]Read more "So Far, the FCA Diesel Scandal is not a Repeat of the VW Emissions Scandal"
What is the fastest-growing segment in the automotive world? If you answered with the compact crossover SUV segment you would be 100 percent correct. Not all of these smaller crossovers come with AWD, but for the purpose of comparison and finding out which one has the best off road ability six have been chosen to […]Read more "A Segment Comparison"
As the actor Rodney Dangerfield once said famously “Its awful hard to get any respect around here” and for some vehicles that is certainly the case. So often we fall in love with one particular car or the way a certain SUV is built that we forget about some of the others that may be […]Read more "Finally Getting some Respect"
The FIAT 500 has become a seriously popular model for several years as a coupe and convertible (the soft top cabriolet). Much of this is due to its unique look, Italian name, and playful attitude on the road that allows it to enjoy a look all its own. Owners of a FIAT 500 have long […]Read more "2015 FIAT 500 Abarth: A High Performing 500"
$150,000 per second. That is what ad time during the Super Bowl costs. At a cool price of $4.5 million for a 30 second spot, it’s no wonder that the vast majority of the commercials during the 2015 Super Bowl were from auto manufacturers. Companies are often able to rectify the considerable cost against the […]Read more "Automakers Dominated Super Bowl Commercials Again"