This game is going to be all about auto insurance. Boring right. Wrong. We can debunk some of the myths that many of us have grown up thinking were true about insuring the vehicles we want to drive. This may be an informative and educational game for you to enjoy and learn what your insurance really covers and whether or not you can drive the car you want to regardless of build, color and other factors. What you might find out is that you, along with many other Americans, are misinformed about insurance. Let’s get started.
McLaren had long abandoned the LT moniker on its models but the new unveiling of the 675LT Spider makes the second in recent years to wear the badge. After a twenty year hiatus we can enjoy once again the sporty performance and perfect driving of a lightweight and aerodynamic speedster from McLaren, but what is this new car? Is this going to be a roadster or will it be ready for track only performance? Let’s take a look at the 675LT Spider and see if we can figure that out; here are a few things you should know about this newly released car.
While the Corvette has been a racing machine for many years and has symbolized the icon of power, engineering, aerodynamics and precision for generations, the name that will adorn the C8 model will not honor a driver but rather the man who was responsible for much of the development of the Corvette for most of its first few generations. This name will be the ZoRa1 which will be in honor of Zora Arkus-Duntov and his contributions to this amazing racing machine over the years.
The S-Class from Mercedes-Benz represents the height of the luxury coupe class from this long respected automaker. This car is sleek in design give us a look and feel of a variety of character lines that sweep back gracefully to give us the look we want; a strong luxury coupe that shows off the sportiness you want.
The Volkswagen Beetle can be considered one of the most inarguable icons of the automotive world. It’s not fast, it’s not powerful, it’s not even stylish or elegant, but it sure is fun. No matter what age group you belong to this car has been around and in some way been a part of the society you have lived in. It was offered at times when cars were larger and more powerful to be a smaller and more economic option for many and many of the classic aged Beetles are still being updated and remade to be cars we want to love and drive. Let’s take a tour down memory lane and see how the Beetle has touched history and what it has been.
When you see the Porsche badge on a car you expect a direct and engaged sport driving experience. This comes with curve hugging dynamics a stiff chassis, excellent power and a steering that is perfect. With the Panamera you get all of this to give you the hard, fast, driving you want in a car that has four doors, a bit of a softer style and a gorgeous look that is filled with luxury features that are made for the entire family to enjoy. Only Porsche can deliver in this way to give you enough of everything you want to be matched with all that you need.
We love powerful cars. When we discuss cars in general some of the most important figures, at least in our minds, typically include the horsepower, torque, top speed, quarter mile time, time to reach sixty mph and much more to do with the power, speed and performance of the vehicle. Not often do we hold back on a car and ask it to go slower, in fact we are constantly looking for new ways to pull more power out of an engine in order to bring about the best we can get and see just what more power will do. Strange as it might be, some cars just might have too much power for their own good; here are some examples to give you an idea:
Most of us don’t have the kind of cash a new Porsche 911 calls for nor do we have the ability to buy a 991 that, even though it’s a used model, will still call for a large sum of cash. You could look to the old 997 model and still have to part ways with over $30,000 and some of the older 911 models that are basically junked out will cost you more than $34,000 just to tow them away. This makes shopping for a great Porsche nearly an impossibility for those of us just looking for a fun sports car for the weekends at a great price, unless of course you consider the 996.
With the announcement that Ford will bring back the Bronco before the decade is out and the fact that this can only cause a great deal of excitement this is the perfect time to look back at the first generation of the Bronco to make it difficult to argue against this awesome little SUV coming back.
First of all, the Bronco was built to be a competitor for the Jeep CJ-5 and the International Harvester Scout. When it arrived the Bronco offers the advantage of coil springs in the front suspension which helped to improve performance on and off the road. Another advantage to start with was the optional V8 engine which was not present on the other two competitors.
When you have to go shopping for a sedan and ditch the powerful sports car you have loved for a long time there is a certain pain in your heart that seems to coincide with this occasion. Yes, it’s a sign of growing up and maturing to join the rest of the workforce as they drive along the commuter roads of the country to be part of the grown up world, but shouldn’t you be able to enjoy a sedan with lots of power that still gives you the fun of driving that you want to feel, especially when you are out on your own?