181). Honda Civic hybrid cars By : lar west
Honda Civic hybrid cars
182). Check That Used Car By : Gregory Ashton
A new car may not be worth all that money you are planning on spending!
If you are on a really tight budget, and don’t care too much about the prestige of having a brand new car, purchasing a used car might be the best option for you. Why do we say that might be the better option?
All you have to do is pick up a used car ...
183). Lifestyles of import tuner enthusiasts By : Ian Velvet
Fast cars, fast women, and fast money? You must be thinking of Hot Import Nights, the constantly-on-tour event with chromed-out rides and non-stop hip-hop that’s more interested in showing skin than sheetmetal.
And for a whole bunch of people, it pretty much stops there. It’s a safe bet that a good three-quarters of the customized cars...
184). Helpful Tips For Buying A Used Car By : Gary Ruplinger
Each year hundreds of thousands of used cars change hands. Some deals are great buys; others are not so good. Follow these tips for buying a used car to help you get the best value for your money.
It is always better to find out what’s wrong with a used car before you buy it rather than after you own it. Carfax vehicle history reports...
185). Truck Parts Are in the Eye of the Beholder By : Chris Casarez
In the performance parts industry, people tend to use the words parts and accessories interchangeably, while others see a difference. So what’s the difference, for example, between truck parts and truck accessories if many of them serve the same basic function? It depends on who you ask.
Because the words parts and accessories each enc...
186). Finding a Car Loan in Canada By : Terry Bolton
If you are in the market for a new vehicle chances are you have been shopping around for the best finance package to fit your car-buying needs. Residents of Canada have several options when it comes to finding the right lender for their car loan and by investing a little bit of time in doing research and comparison shopping they can often cut as mu...
187). Are Truckers Going Soft? By : Mike Dobson
The answer is … yes! Actually, truckers are going for trucking software to make their life a little easier. A trucker’s life is not all about being behind the wheel of a big rig. They have a lot of paperwork and information to keep track of for themselves as well as the trucking company that employs them. There is a variety of trucking software pro...
188). Benefits of Buying a Vehicle from a Brunswick Used Car Dealer By : Erik Holden
Benefits of Buying a Vehicle from a Brunswick Used Car Dealer
Each day a large number of individuals purchase a used vehicle. If you live in or around the Brunswick area there are numerous benefits to purchasing your vehicle from a Brunswick used car dealer.
One of the best reasons for buying a used vehicle from a Brunswic...
189). Climate Controls Keep the Temperature Just Right By : Carol Mitchel
Driving around in a vehicle that feels too cold or too warm for comfort is something that would make most people cringe and rather stay home or even try to rather walk or take public transportation. That is why it was a good thing that vehicle manufacturers and experts have come up with the climate control system so as to assist passengers and driv...
190). Hybrid Cars - Technology Of The Future Or Passing Fad? By : Rick Hendershot
Hybrid cars have been getting a lot of buzz the last three or four years, and now with the soaring cost of oil and gasoline, hybrids are expected to get hotter than ever. Here are some Questions and Answers about hybrids.
1. What is a hybrid car?
A vehicle is a hybrid when it combines two or more sources of power. Hybrid c...
191). How To Buy A New Car By : Tom McKnight
Car buying is not a task to be taken lightly. The cost of a new car equals almost what my parents paid for their first home. It's imperative to do behind the scenes research to ensure you get a great deal.
Do not be in a hurry. Car dealers can detect the scent of desperation a mile away! If you are totally without transportation, rent ...
192). Buick’s Fabulous Five By : Matthew C. Keegan
The Buick Motor Division of the General Motors Corporation is in transition, much like the rest of the venerable auto company. Old models have been canceled, new models added, and the current line up is radically different from just three years earlier. Now down to five models, the remaining vehicles in the Buick line up are all winners. Let’s take...
193). Flood Damage Cars Are Still Around By : Jerry Christopher
While the news reports concerning hurricanes, flood damages and the travesty that was put upon the unfortunate victims have slowed down, the dangers and hazards are still present.
With reports varying upwards of 600,000 vehicles damaged by floodwaters, these cars and trucks will most certainly, and already have, surfaced across the cou...
194). Your Guide To Towing – Know Before You Tow By : Gray Rollins
If you love to camp, hike, fish, water ski and enjoy the great outdoors; chances are there will come a time when you want to tow a boat or camping trailer. Know before you tow with this guide to towing.
Here are some terms you should be familiar with and what you need to check. The Base Curb Weight + Cargo Weight + Passenger Weight = G...
195). History Of Porsche By : Jeff Slokum
The history of Porsche began in 1948, June 8th to be exact. That is when the first two seater 356 was produced. There were 51 hand built Porsche 356/2 automobiles built in Austria. This model had a 40 hp 1.1 liter center engine.
The Porsche 911 rear engine automobile was introduced in 1963. It has been one of the biggest selling sports...
196). SUV Sales Drop? Imagine That! By : Will Reece
Gas prices aren't high enough. Really... they aren't. Do you disagree? You should!!
Today (october 4th, 2005) we learned that SUV sales dropped dramically after the huge gas spikes that hurricane katrina caused. Did you see that coming? I sure did. Gas prices have a direct effect on the economy. This you know. What you might not know i...
197). Hyundai Equus: Are Your Ready For a Korean V8? By : Matthew C. Keegan
One generation after the introduction of its first line of cars in the US, Hyundai Motors is preparing to import to the US its first V8 powered car. The Equus, a full sized sedan, will be new to the US market, but the Korean automaker has been making large cars for years. Please read on for more information about this exciting development.
198). Jet Chips and Your Car By : Matthew C. Keegan
One of several questions car enthusiasts ask about jet chips and other performance chips is whether they are legal in all states, provinces, etc. Well, I can’t answer that question for the rest of the world, but in the U.S. jet chips are legal even in California, home of some of the strictest automotive emission regulations in the world. As the say...
199). Staring the ReVOLVOlution By : Kevin Anderson
A replacement for the S70 midsize sedan, the Volvo S60 sedan has been crafted and made available in three models which are the 2.4, 2.4 T (turbocharged), and the T5 (turbocharged). The 2.4 T model requires an automatic transmission, however both the 2.4 and the T5 models are available with either an automatic or a manual transmission as options.
200). Introducing the Dodge Caliber! By : Matthew C. Keegan
The auto world is abuzz over a new car just recently released. The Dodge Caliber, a five door hatchback replacement for the popular Neon, has finally hit North American showrooms. The wait has been long especially since the last Neons were built for the 2005 model year. Still, judging by the press hoopla and by what the car has to offer, the pause ...
201). You Can Install A Performance Exhaust System By : Matthew C. Keegan
If you are considering replacing your vehicle’s exhaust system, a performance exhaust system can be an ideal choice, offering to you many benefits over a stock exhaust system. Let’s examine the benefits of installing a performance exhaust system versus a stock exhaust system.
1. More Power – One of the obvious benefits of a perf...
202). 2006 Audi A3: Heading Towards the American Market By : Shane Morgay
The 2006 Audi A3 has revolutionized the automobile industry. It has made its own set of standards as per its class. It provides appeal, personality, dynamism, ambition, and ambience. And that is all in one vehicle. When Audi was creating this vehicle, it was a crucial moment for them. The company had created the 2006 Audi A3 so as to seek th...
203). 2007 GMC Yukon: Still Too Much? By : Matthew C. Keegan
I realize I may be stepping on some toes, but please hear me out. The upcoming, new from the ground up, GMC Yukon is certain to be perceived by some as being too much…in size, that is. With fuel prices at an all time high and consumer sentiment shifting to smaller vehicles will the GMC Yukon be considered outdated even before it hits showroom floor...
204). Installing Headlight Covers By : Shane Morgay
Headlight covers are one of the accessories that are most often used by car owners and enthusiasts who have vehicles and cars that they show off at car and auto shows. However, practicality wise, headlight covers are not usually used by ordinary motorists on their vehicles. These accessories are usually just to add a more stylish appeal and design ...
205). Flex Fuel Vehicles: More Choices By : Matthew C. Keegan
Owning a flex fuel vehicle gives motorists options beyond high gas prices at the pump. Depending on the fuel’s availability and local taxes, you could save as much as one third at the pump by fueling up your car with E85, the ethanol/gasoline blend popular with flex fuel vehicles. As additional service stations add flex fuel to their available fuel...
206). Tips On Buying Warranty For Used Cars By : Gregory Ashton
Used car buyers need to get their money’s worth as soon as their purchase has been confirmed. New or not, cars should have warranties. It is a right, not a privilege.
The following are tips to better your chances of getting the best warranty for your money. Know what you are buying
Some people who avail themselves of auto...
207). Useful Information about Wheel Clamping on Private Land By : Ispas Marin
Wheel clamping is a situation drivers face very often. It may look similar, but wheel clamping on private property is very different than public property’s wheel clamping.
If you are involved in a wheel clamping situation, you should first know the conditions under which your car can be legally clamped on private property. Your car ca...
208). Unspoken Rules Of The Road For Truckers By : Mike Dobson
Many truckers seem like they belong to a secret society and part of that membership consists of various courtesies and unspoken rules of the road. Trucking companies are privy to those rules, but don’t always let the newbies know about them. Those new truck drivers get to learn the hard way. But if they are lucky, veteran truckers will give them a ...
209). Water Damaged Automobiles Flooding the Market By : Spanos Imports
In my capacity as the owner of an import car dealership, I am often amazed at the levels some wholesalers will go to in order to cover up damages to vehicles. As any reputable reseller will tell you, finding the best vehicles is not only a matter of knowing what to physically look for, it's also a matter of knowing how to spot title and ownership o...
210). 2006 Mitsubishi Raider: A Rebadged Delight! By : Matthew C. Keegan
If you were to examine the new Mitsubishi Raider, your eyes would behold the unmistakable triad logo centered in the middle of its beefy looking grille. However, as you let your eyes run the full length of the truck’s body and take a look at its styling cues, you would see something different, yet very familiar. Indeed, apart from some fascia, body...
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