Archive for Car Tips and Ect

Tire Safety

Tires are one of the most important parts of your vehicle when it comes to keeping you on the road safely.  According to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), there are more than 500 deaths every year due to tire related accidents.  There are also about 19,000 individuals who are hurt every year for the same reason.  The sad part of the fact is that most of these were preventable by maintaining proper tire pressures and replacing them when wear occurs. Read more


The Newest 124 Spider.

The historic 124 Spider from Fiat brings back to the sportiness to the Fiat line.  There are three different model choices to select from that include the Classica, Lusso, and Abarth.  They are largely differentiated by the additional features rather than the engine.  The Classica and the Lusso utilizes the same engine while the Abarth utilizes a slightly more aggressive engine.  Read more


The All New RAM Truck With Space and Power

If you are looking for a strong and reliable pickup truck, the 2018 RAM 3500 Tradesman Truck Crew Cab might be exactly what you are looking for.  This truck has enough passenger room to fit five people comfortably in the spacious crew cab.  Not only is this truck idea for business, but anyone with some serious toys they must pull behind them.  To top it off, the interior features are going to make trips or heading to the job site a lot more entertaining.  Read more


The Best Japanese Car Manufacturers


As well as anime and bullet trains, Japan is famous for its booming car industry. They produce some of the best cars that are popular all over the world. Along with European cars, they have a huge portion of the market share, and for good reason. Japanese cars have won countless international, European, and World car of the year awards so you should probably get yourself one. These are the manufacturers you should be looking at. Read more


When Is It Time To Say Goodbye To A Beloved Car?


There comes a time in every vehicle’s lifecycle where it’s no longer the right choice for the driver. Deciding when exactly that is will be down to each individual driver and the vehicle of their choice. It depends on the reliability of the vehicle, the resell value and deterioration, and the conditions of the market amongst other things. If you’ve been thinking about when it’s time to sell your auto and move on to the next thing, here are a few points worth considering.


When your needs have changed

This is perhaps the point where the need to sell a car becomes the most obvious. If your car no longer fits your needs as you understand them, then it can be hard to justify keeping it. For instance, if you’ve recently started building a family, then you’re not going to get as much use out of your old sportscar as you once might have. You’re going to need a family car, with all the space, safety features, and economical sense that they entail. Similarly, if you move from the suburbs to the city center, you might need a smaller car with a better city MPG. It’s all about choosing what’s right for you and recognizing when your current auto isn’t that. Read more


The 2018 Chevy Traverse 2LZ AWD

Chevy has produced a very reliable and durable family sports utility vehicle for almost ten years now.  2018 brings forward the second generation of this vehicle building upon it’s already impressive recipe for a third row SUV.  They still are utilizing a V-6 motor in the 3.6 Liter, 310 horsepower with 266 lb.-ft. of torque.  Pared with a nine-speed automatic transmission it provides excellent performance for a vehicle of its size and class. Read more


The 2018 Lexus ES 350

The new ES 350 from the Lexus brand is providing a commotion for those who wish to drive ecofriendly vehicles, but do not wish to compromise performance or luxury.  The 3.5-Liter V-6 power plant provides 268 horsepower while maintaining a Certified Ultra-Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV II) rating.  It provides 248 Ft.-Lb. of torque that allows it to provide twenty-one miles per gallon in the city and thirty miles per gallon on the highway.  Read more


Beastly Hybrids?

Who says that you cannot have fun while driving your hybrid.  Certainly not anyone who has driven the 2018 Porsche Panamera Turbo 4 E-Hybrid.  This hybrid is within its own class with its extreme performance while still being a four-door coupe.  It may not have the same recognizability as the 911 Turbo or the 718, but this vehicle is built to impress.  The top track speed of 192 miles per hour and 3.2 second zero to sixty speed displays its ability.  Read more


The 2018 Hyundai Sonata Limited

A standard in the industry has released another solid edition in the 2018 Hyundai Sonata Limited.  This vehicle has been a very consistent and reliable vehicle in the mid-class sedan market.  It provides some of the advanced features of higher priced manufacturers for a fraction of the cost.  Who says you must sacrifice when paying a reasonable price.  Read more


Nissan Produces More 370Z Perfection in 2018

The unique stylistic curvature of the Nissan 370Z coupe continues a long-standing tradition of Z models for stylistic and performance excellence.  This year’s edition provides for five different major edition types from the base line model to the expansive NISMO edition.   All of the models excluding the NISMO provide for a six-speed manual or a seven-speed automatic transmission paired with the 332 horsepower, 270 ft.-lbs. of torque 3.7-liter 24 valve six-cylinder power plant.  The NISMO edition provides for a 350-horsepower engine Read more