Tuesday, October 27

BMW

2020 BMW X3 – Examining the Pros and Cons
BMW

2020 BMW X3 – Examining the Pros and Cons

When you want a compact SUV that’s practical while giving you luxury qualities that will make the drive right on the road, you’ll want to see the 2020 BMW X3. This SUV is athletic, versatile, capable, and ready to take you where you want to go. Whether it’s a pleasure cruise or your daily commute, you’ll want to enjoy the drive you can experience in this impressive small SUV. Take a look at the pros and cons of the X3. (more…)
Check Out these Used Sports Cars
BMW, Brands, Chevrolet, Fiat, Ford, Mazda, Nissan, Sports Cars, Subaru, Toyota

Check Out these Used Sports Cars

If you’re looking for a car that offers the fun you want to enjoy and the features that get you excited, you want to take a look at used sports cars. The sports car you admire is waiting for you to choose it, but when you don’t want to pay the price for a new model, you need to consider the used models that can be right for you to drive. If your budget will allow for a $30,000 price tag, you can have a lot of power and fun on the road in one of these cars. (more…)
Vehicle Depreciation Works Two Ways
Audi, BMW, Brands, Buick, Cadillac, Chrysler, Ford, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen

Vehicle Depreciation Works Two Ways

When you buy a new vehicle, if your intention is to be able to sell it and get the most out of it after three years, you’re going to want to make sure you avoid the models on this list. Most vehicles will depreciate at a rate of about 35 percent after three years, but the models on this list have deprecated much more than that which means you can’t expect to have as much in return when you’re ready to trade in the model you’re driving. (more…)
Vehicle Depreciation Rates Matter
Audi, BMW, Brands, Buick, Cadillac, Chrysler, Ford, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen

Vehicle Depreciation Rates Matter

When shopping for a vehicle, take several factors into consideration. If you know you’ll only have it a few years, the vehicle depreciation rate matters. When you lease, the payments you make are applied to the anticipated depreciation of the vehicle, meaning a higher depreciation rate will cause you to have higher payments. The same is true if you’re going to trade in the vehicle after only three years of driving. Here are the vehicles that have the highest depreciation rate for the first three years which should be a factor for you to consider when you’re ready to drive. (more…)
A Serious New Hyundai Sub-Brand
BMW, Brands, Hyundai, Lamborghini, On The Track, Porsche, Tech

A Serious New Hyundai Sub-Brand

We’ve heard that the i30N, part of the new N sub-brand being offered from Hyundai will be the first model offered with new badging and performance items, but it won’t be offered in the US. What we will have is a performance version of the Veloster after we see the new model of this car as it shows up at the shows this year, which started with the Consumer Electronics Show that has already begun. If this was where the N brand would stop, then this would be a sad and extremely short tale. (more…)
There’s More than Ever in the BMW 4 Series
BMW, Luxury Cars

There’s More than Ever in the BMW 4 Series

Never let it be said that BMW doesn’t offer you the choices you want when it’s time to have a drive on the road in a luxury car. As the leader in choices in every model, the BMW team brings the 2018 4 Series to the market with three different models to choose from. You can have the classic coupe version, a retractable hardtop convertible that’s also been part of the market in the past, but you can now also have a four-door liftback model called the Gran Coupe and have the drive you’re looking for. (more…)
Another Car We Want to Drive
BMW

Another Car We Want to Drive

Whether we need to relax the regulations that are in place for the automotive industry or automakers need to make sure every car they make can be offered in the US, something needs to be done. There are too many great cars on the market today that never get to be sold or driven in the US for the reasons of power, pollution and adherence to the safety standards that our regulatory bodies seem to think are necessary. We miss out on so many great cars it almost seems unfair for the country that has so much space and room to drive to not have the absolute best driving cars in the world. (more…)