2016 Ford Mustang: Year Two; Better than Ever

The “Sophomore Slump” which is used in sports to describe a reduction in production that takes place during an athlete’s second year in their sport certainly does not apply to the Mustang.  Coming in with more vigor and pep than ever this second year run of this generation of the Mustang brings us a pony…

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Is Diesel Heading Out the Door?

Diesel was never the preferred fuel for us here in America; it has always been in Europe for some odd reason.  The oil crisis of the 1970s which saw gas prices skyrocket caused us to panic a bit and turn to diesel in order to fulfill our fuel needs, but once the gas prices were…

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Why Vehicle Landing Pages Work for Car Dealers

Over the years, there have been so many debates about whether or not car dealers should use landing pages or send visitors directly into inventory listings through their various advertising venues. It’s the type of debate that could go on indefinitely since very few companies have the amount of data required to offer a definitive answer…

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The Impressive New Impreza

The Impreza has enjoyed a long and storied history of being one of the most active and attractive cars especially for tuner lovers.  This car has stood out among its classmates as one of the few hatchbacks with standard all-wheel drive, which is actually found on every trim level of this awesome little car.  This…

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What Do You Get…

…when you put a pair of comedians in a 1964 Morgan what exactly are you going to get.  If you are a fan of Jerry Seinfeld’s new online video series “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” you can easily find out as Jerry picks up Stephen Colbert in this classic automobile.  Colbert has been named as…

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Toyota Camry: Most American Made Car

Every year Cars.com puts out a report on which cars are the most “American” made vehicles in the US. Previously, the Ford-F150 held the title of Most American Vehicle, but this year there is an upset. The Toyota Camry claimed title to that name this year. The website puts out an annual American-Made index, which…

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The New Camaro Convertible

After the unveiling in early May we have had over a month to review and fall in love with the new Camaro that will represent the 2016 model year.  As a premier sports car this new fun and flashy model allows us to enjoy the shorter wheelbase and the fact that Chevrolet put some emphasis…

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Automakers Won’t Share Data Tech Partners Like Apple

In the golden age of technology that we live in today, everyone wants to invade our space with the latest and greatest tech. This is true for your automobile as well. Automakers are partnering with companies like Apple, Google, and other big players to bring you the best of the best technology in your vehicle,…

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Ford Car To Park Itself

Self driving vehicles, cars that can talk to each other, and all kinds of technological advancements are being made in vehicles today. There is lane change assist technology, back up camera’s, blind spot detection, and even the ability to connect our smartphones to our automobiles. Ford is forging into the frontier when it comes to…

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