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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

1970 Pontiac Firebird

Why is Apple Getting Into Automotive?

Look, I get it that the automotive industry is lucrative and loaded with a need for technological breakthroughs. Apple is a leader in the latter and enjoys the former. That doesn’t mean that it’s a match, does it? Apple has been about gadgets for a

VW Golf

What are the Car and Driver Ten Best Cars of 2014?

Often a point of discussion amongst “car guys” and certainly a stamp and ranking not given out lightly by Car and Driver Magazine the ten best ranked by the magazine certainly are worth a look.  The criterion is simple, a max price tag of $80,000

2015 Chevrolet Cruze Blue

An Exciting New Lineup from Chevrolet

With the new generation of GM vehicles coming across the assembly lines the past few years, Chevrolet has some of the most exciting. Three of these exciting and versatile vehicles are the Sonic, Cruze, and Malibu. While the Sonic and Cruze are smaller and newer

Volvo Concept Coupe

Volvo to Complete Concept Car Trilogy Next Month

It’s common for automakers to make a big fuss out of concept cars even though so many of them never see the road on a mass scale, but Volvo is putting extra emphasis on their “trilogy” of concept car releases with the culmination coming next

2014 Ford Focus

Ford Focus Falling in the US. Here’s Why.

Why is it that Ford continues to have success, but the Focus has all but failed in the last couple of years in America? It’s doing well worldwide, but sales are down for the Focus while its competitors are up.

2015 Silverado Heavy Duty

Heavy Duty Silverado is Built to Impress

There has been plenty of coverage about the half-ton Silverado for 2015, but not so much for its big brothers in heavy duty land. Now, AutoGuide has put together their first review of the big machines and it’s a pretty strong testimonial. The overarching theme

Driverless Cars

2030 Before Self-Driving Vehicles: IHS

Some would say it’s hard to imagine having a ton of cars on the road that were driving themselves. Others look at the predictions of IHS, and industry analysis firm, and believe that their predictions of cars on the road without drivers in 2030 might