Tuesday, April 23

Volkswagen

Ford, Jeep, Ram, Volkswagen

Stellantis May End Jeep’s Diesel Lineup Forever after 2023

Jeep Wranglers are one of the most beloved vehicles of multiple generations: alongside the Ford F-150 and the Volkswagon Beetle, they’ve found a place in the hearts and garages of drivers everywhere. That makes it even worse that diesel-powered Wranglers may not exist at your local Jeep dealer after 2023. Stellantis is rolling out a limited production model of Jeep Wrangler that has a diesel engine, and all signs point to it being the last Wrangler to have a diesel engine. (more…)
Mazda, Safety, Tech, Tesla, Volkswagen

New Mazda Cars Will Stop if Driver Suffers Health Problem

One of the most exciting elements of technological innovation you’ll see at your local Mazda dealer is the constantly improving safety features available on new Mazda vehicles. We’re already getting used to cars that can self-park, remind drivers to check their backseats, and automatically apply the brakes to avoid a collision. The future will continue this trend of safety transformation with the inclusion of tech that can actually tell if a driver has a health problem like a heart attack or stroke. (more…)
Brands, Chevrolet, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Mazda, Nissan, Subaru, Toyota, Volkswagen

Versatility for a Tight Budget

If you’ve had your eye on an small SUV but you’re afraid you can’t fit the one you want into the budget you have, you need to take a look at this list. There are several excellent SUV models that you can choose from that will start at prices less than $25,000 to make sure you can have the drive and the experience you want with an SUV that fits your needs easily. Here are a few of the most affordable small SUV models you can choose: (more…)
Audi, Car Buying, Chevrolet, Ford, Honda, Infiniti, Jaguar, Nissan, Subaru, Tesla, Volkswagen

The Tesla Model 3 Continues a Tradition of Quickness

The Tesla Model 3 was a game changer in the EV market, and it continues to impress. In the past, the only benefit you received for an EV was the saving of fuel money in favor of electric power, but these vehicles were slow, plodding, and only the most committed environmentalist would choose them for the drive. Tesla changed this with the Model S and continues to make sure we have excellent models to drive with the new Model 3. The Model S is considered to be one of the quickest cars on the road for the past few years and now that we’ve seen a video of the Model 3 running a quarter-mile in 13.3-seconds at 104 mph, we can discuss cars that are slower than the Model 3. (more…)
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…)
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…)
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