Month: July 2019

0 163  3 Comments on Truck Payload and Towing:
What’s the Difference?
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Truck Payload and Towing:
What’s the Difference?

Shop for a pickup truck and you’ll find a bunch of numbers associated with that vehicle. And we’re not just…

0 135  5 Comments on Efficient Hatchback:
2019 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid
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Efficient Hatchback:
2019 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid

We’ve passed the tipping point where crossovers and similar people movers are outselling cars across the United States. Truly, the…

0 884  2 Comments on History of the Volkswagen Bus
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History of the Volkswagen Bus

Years before the Volkswagen (VW) Microbus was associated with hippies, free love and protests against the Vietnam War, it served…

0 550  5 Comments on First-Ever Toyota Corolla Hybrid Debuts
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First-Ever Toyota Corolla Hybrid Debuts

A Corolla Hybrid for your consideration. The Prius launched Toyota into the hybrid sphere, a market it has controlled for…

0 143  2 Comments on How to Prepare Your Car for a
Long, Hot Summer
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How to Prepare Your Car for a
Long, Hot Summer

Extreme weather can take its toll on your car, making it difficult to get it started on cold mornings and…

0 216  4 Comments on Mid-Engine Marvel: C8 Corvette Debuts
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Mid-Engine Marvel: C8 Corvette Debuts

Fifty years after NASA launched its first moonshot, GM follows with one of its own. An all-new Chevrolet Corvette was…

0 466  4 Comments on So Long, Farewell to the C7 Corvette
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So Long, Farewell to the C7 Corvette

America’s love affair with the Corvette began in 1953 and continues today. It is this country’s quintessential sports car, something…

0 78  2 Comments on Child Heatstroke Dangers and Your Car
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Child Heatstroke Dangers and Your Car

Parents and caregivers understand the importance of restraining children in their car booster seats, an effective way to protect youngsters…

0 347  4 Comments on One Fine Week With a
Mercedes-AMG C43 Coupe
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One Fine Week With a
Mercedes-AMG C43 Coupe

AMG is the performance side of Mercedes-Benz, thus all such models are known as Mercedes-AMG, with Benz not even mentioned….

2017 Kia Sorento.
0 87  1 Comment on How to Make a Trade In for a New Lease
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How to Make a Trade In for a New Lease

Think “trade in” and your mind probably equates that action with purchasing a new car. Although the majority of trade-ins…

0 101  1 Comment on Lemon Law Guidance for
New Vehicle Owners
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Lemon Law Guidance for
New Vehicle Owners

When you purchase a new car, you expect it to operate as planned. However, some models are prone to problems…

0 1334  6 Comments on The History of the Pontiac Fiero
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The History of the Pontiac Fiero

In the 1980s General Motors produced a mid-engine, two-seat sports car and named it the Pontiac Fiero. Just as the…

0 207  5 Comments on Volkswagen Arteon:
CC Spiritual Successor
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Volkswagen Arteon:
CC Spiritual Successor

You may count yourself among the consumers who have shifted their new vehicle purchase decisions from cars to utility vehicles,…

0 584  6 Comments on History of the Honda Civic
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History of the Honda Civic

A casual look at the automotive landscape over the past half-century and you will see how the Japanese automakers have…

0 297  6 Comments on Off-Road Prowess: GMC Sierra AT4
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Off-Road Prowess: GMC Sierra AT4

Updated December 7, 2020, to reflect diesel engine availability and performance. GMC is GM’s “professional grade” brand, a tagline that…

0 2947  5 Comments on The Life and Death of the Saturn Brand
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The Life and Death of the Saturn Brand

Once billed as “a different kind of car company,” Saturn was originally a standalone car company, one wholly owned by…