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11.21.16 - Tesla Dealership

Now is the Time to Buy a Tesla Model

The Tesla lineup of EV models has expanded over the past few years and makes it easy for you to enjoy the drive in a car that doesn’t use gasoline at all. Another perk of driving a Tesla Model S or Model X is the

11.04.16 - 2010 Ford Escape

A Rarity, but Something You Need to Handle

When we buy a new vehicle we expect it to be reliable and offer us the drive and enjoyment we want for many miles of worry-free driving. Isn’t that why a new vehicle offers a manufacturer’s warranty in the first place? Even though we know

10.27.16 - 2016 Tesla Model S

Trends we Love but Didn’t Think we Would

The automotive world is a fickle industry because every automaker is working to come up with that one trend or item that would actually allow them to capture a new part of the market. When you’re known as a maker of sports cars it’s hard

10.11.16 - LeEco LeSee Concept

China has the Money to Lead the Way

It may be a damning statement to make, but China is putting more money into technology and development than we see in many other countries. The announcement earlier in the year was that LeSee which will be the electric sports car from LeEco will be

08.02.16 - 2016 Tesla Model S

A Supportive View of the Autopilot Feature

Why are so may calling for Tesla to disable the Autopilot function that’s present in the Model S? For the most part the outrage has taken place due to the death of Joshua Brown when his Tesla Model S was set on Autopilot but could

04.03.16 - Pile of Tires

Why do we Buy the Wrong Tires?

Do we really need the most expensive tires on the rack or can we make due with something a little less costly? This is the question that faces many of us on that fateful day when it’s time to buy tires once again. Unfortunately this

03.09.16 - Mercedes-Benz Logo

Mercedes-Benz to Build a Pickup Truck

The development of a new Mercedes-Benz pickup truck was discussed to some degree last year, but we haven’t yet seen any hard evidence to back this claim up. The new pickup is expected to be based on the Nissan Navara concept, but unless Mercedes-Benz plans