Thursday, July 30, 2015

GM Testing New Safety Equipment At New Facility

General Motors and Chevrolet’s top priority is safety. They want their drivers and passengers to have the safest driving experience possible and have worked hard to incorporate safety features like forward collision alert, lane departure warning, backup camera, blind spot monitoring, brake assist, and even parking assist. Now General Motors is offering 22 different active safety technologies on 2016 model vehicles.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

From the 4C to the Giulia

The Alfa Romeo name has been one of the many super high quality names in the world of automakers for several generations.  We have seen a string of high quality super cars from the four-leaf clover and in general Alfa has never chased down volumes of sales or offered cars that were part of mainstream driving.  That has recently changed when they unveiled their new goals and the car that will take them on in the new Giulia which is to make it in time for the middle of 2016 to be in showrooms ready to sell.

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Move Over Pick-ups: The Tundra is On The Scene

There have been acceptable names in pick-ups trucks as long as they’ve been around.  The big name American automakers have been the top picks for trucks for most drivers, but recently Toyota has been gaining some ground in the pick-up way of life.  While Toyota’s trucks are not exactly new to the scene, they are getting a lot more popular in recent years, and providing respectable competition for the big boys that have been around for a long time.  One of the most impressive specimens for pick-up enthusiasts is the latest version of Toyota’s full-sized truck; the Tundra.

Monday, June 29, 2015

Fit for a Family: Chevrolet Suburban

Remember the period of time when it seemed as though everything was getting smaller and smaller?  Our cell phones were tiny, shrunken versions of the previous brick sized creations we used to carry.  Crazy fad diets were emerging every two days, each offering conflicting information about how to make our waists smaller without having to work out or give up chocolate cake.  Even cars seemed to be retreating into themselves, sacrificing trunk space and leg room for cuteness and sportiness.  One car manufacturer never bought into the hype of the smaller vehicle and has steadily been producing one of the biggest SUVs on the market.

Monday, June 22, 2015

Power Numbers for the 2016 Infiniti Q60

The new Q60 which was unveiled in concept mode at the Detroit Auto Show in January now shows us some awesome power numbers.  This new luxury coupe is one stylish, well-designed and amazing looking vehicle for anyone to admire and for you Infiniti lovers to start saving your pennies to purchase.  Of course you will need more than pennies for this beauty as it promises to be one of the most enticing new cars of 2016 and now gives us an idea of what we can expect regarding the power number of this amazing vehicle.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Mitsubishi Puts Its Foot Down in the US Auto Market

There are a multitude of car manufacturers in the world today, so many that they can’t be mentioned in one breath.  When we think of the powerhouse industries, Mitsubishi vehicles aren’t typically on the list.  With a modest lineup of models in comparison to other automakers, Mitsubishi isn’t often considered to be venerable competition for other Japanese automakers in the United States.  However, maybe we’ve been a little hasty.

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Will We See a Mercedes-Benz Pickup Truck?

What is next for you if you are Mercedes-Benz?  As one of the strongest competitors on every luxury vehicle state and a fixture in racing, there really isn’t much Mercedes-Benz hasn’t accomplished.  They offer a line of cars, SUVs and vans to the public that put many others to shame with their amazing drivability and features that are meant for the shoppers of the segment for that particular vehicle.  Heck, the work vans that are offered with the three star badge are even top notch and make the work of hauling products to and fro much easier than some of the competition.