With the amazing growth of the mid-sized SUV segment the competition is stiff and many of the vehicles that prowl this segment offer seating for up to seven and are built on a truck platform. The Ford Edge is quite a bit different by being a mid-sized SUV that keeps the seating down to five […]Read more "2015 Ford Edge: Capable and Exceptional"
Not much has been new on the Nissan Titan in some time. With the original debuting in 2003 and the second generation running into a hiccup along the way the Titan all but feel off the map of light duty pickups leaving the road to fill up with the offerings from Toyota and the Detroit […]Read more "A Light Duty Truck Redefined"
The Detroit Auto Show is the first big event of 2015 for the automotive industry and offers a massive amount of new and upcoming vehicles for anyone who is intrigued by the new and different offerings from a variety of automakers to look and wonder at what is coming next. This show gives us a […]Read more "15 Show Stoppers at the Detroit Auto Show"
Every year, the automotive industry descends on one of four cities to meet about the state of the car business. They explore a huge jungle of booths, hear speakers from in and out of the industry, and meet with their manufacturers to discuss plans for the coming year.Read more "5 Things Every Dealer Should See at the NADA Convention"
Buick has long been known to build sturdy sedans, and even more recently, crossover vehicles that rival the competition, but they are now entering another playground, convertibles. Buick has announced it will release the 2016 Buick Cascada convertible for the U.S. market early in 2016. This is a bold move for Buick whom has been […]Read more "Buick’s First Convertible in More Than Two Decades"
By now most drivers have seen the stickers emblazoned across the rear window of Jeep Wranglers claiming “It’s a Jeep Thing, You Wouldn’t Understand”. Some people may shrug it off and ignore the insignia while continuing about their day. However, for some, the nature of the “Jeep Thing” is confounding. Drivers of Jeep Wranglers are […]Read more "It’s a Jeep Thing"
Many young people grow up dreaming of one day being so successful, or luckily wealthy they are able to afford and drive a Lamborghini. This kind of impression gives credence to the knowledge models from this Italian super car manufacturer are built to amaze, delight and create dreams that many don’t want to wake from. […]Read more "2015 Lamborghini Huracan: A Brand New Model Making a Huge Statement"
The beginning of the year is always huge for the automotive industry. It has taken a huge role in the International Consumer Electronics Show. After that, there’s the National Automobile Dealers Association Convention. Between the two, it’s an opportunity for OEMs and vendors to show what they have planned for the upcoming year. Part of […]Read more "5 Car Dealer Vendors to Watch in 2015"
1963 was a great year for the Corvette. It was the first year of their second generation C2 model. It also marked the generation that would bring us the epic Sting Ray. Today, it still remains a favorite of collectors because it’s the only year that featured the split-rear window, a concept that had a […]Read more "When Chevy Split the Rear Window: 7 Views of the 1963 Corvette"
NEW YORK, Dec. 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — This BCC Research report provides analysis, starting with a summary of the power storage technology involved, detailed profiles of major power source makers, and well-defined consensus, optimistic and pessimistic market scenarios for units sold, value of these units, and prices.Read more "Electric Vehicles and Fuel Cell Vehicles: Technologies and Global Markets"