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2014 Chevrolet SS

2014 Chevrolet SS: Not The Average Sedan

What is it any car guy or gal wants? More power, big V8 engines, speed and quickness, handling and agility, but many need all of this in a sedan rather than an actual sports car.  If for some reason the highly popular Chevrolet Impala was

2015 Porsche 911 Targa

2015 Porsche 911 Targa: Old Name, New Car

Releasing later this year will be the new 2015 Porsche 911 Targa model.  An old thought but a new car, the Targa has been paired with quality, sportiness, and speed for many years. Taking its name from the long-standing race which is run through the

Offroading in a Ram 1500

Comparison: Silverado vs. Ram vs. F150

Big trucks, big hauls, the American way of doing things; just like the commercials show  a beautiful truck working like a dog to pull it push it or haul it, whatever it might be.  Big trucks have been a part of our culture for many

The New Buick

The Marriage of Opel and Buick for GM

Over the next few years, GM is changing its concept for some of the Buick lineup here in the US to partner with its Germany counterparts in Europe under the Opel name.  The goal is to have chassis, power trains, and other interior parts that

Chevrolet SS

Chevrolet SS vs the Chrysler 300C SRT

Recently these two vehicles were pitted against each other, why; because it seems there are not a lot of affordable, rear-wheel drive sedans out there anymore that possess great power and handling.  Almost like when your favorite burger joint goes out of business, these two

2008 Scion

Scion: Where did They Come From?

A seemingly more and more popular movement toward smaller more fuel efficient vehicles has brought the American auto market the Scion line of automobiles, by why and where did they come from?  Does scion have any other vehicles to choose from other than the xB,

Social Media for Car Dealers

The Next Generation of Social Media for Car Dealers

The automotive industry has been notorious for two things when it comes to emerging technology: they are often late to the game when it comes to adoption and they accelerate ahead of other industries once they actually accept it. The internet itself saw this as