Selling a car seems to be a fairly hard task, as you not only have to find a buyer, but also to sell it at a good price. Negotiating is another process which might be hard for some. Continue reading
In 1903, Ford introduced one of the first mass-produced family vehicles, the Model A. With a top speed of 45 mph, the Model A came in a two- and fourseater model with a three-speed transmission.
The available options were a roof (rubber for $30 or leather for $50), a rear door and a rear tonneau, the rear compartment containing two seats for passengers. To top everything off, the Model A came from the factory only in red. Continue reading
It is an exciting time in the car market. The advances in technology and the modes in production mean that we are getting treated to some superb cars, both high-end and budget. Below are some of the most hotly anticipated cars that will be released next year. Continue reading
The Saab story begins with a question: What dates mark the beginning and end of the company? If you look at the digital equivalent of Saab’s headstone, it would display the dates, 1947-2011. But that marker would not represent the whole story, not by a long shot. Svenska Aeroplan AB, later shortened to SAAB AB, SAAB, and finally restyled Saab, was founded in 1937, beginning life as an airplane manufacturer. Already, complication enters the story. Continue reading
Savvy drivers are always on the lookout for ways to save money on their monthly petrol or diesel bills. And whilst we are fairly stable in terms of fuel costs in the UK at the moment, you never know when the next big price-hike is going to happen.
With this in mind, there’s no better time to join the masses trying to cut down their fuel costs. Continue reading
The Spanish automobile industry is the world’s eighth largest in today’s market. They were previously the fifth country in manufacturing but production decreased when Spanish car brands and manufacturers were either closed or taken over by foreign companies due to changes in government policy. While a number of brands are now defunct there is still one Spanish brand that thrives. The SEAT brand is currently the best-selling Spanish car with their Ibiza model holding the top selling position in the brand. While the reliability of SEAT cars and Spanish automobiles in general has come under scrutiny over the years reliability surveys have shown a steady positive shift in the reliability of these vehicles. Continue reading
Generally, most auto insurance companies are good at settling claims. They know how important it is to compensate policyholders in a timely fashion. First step to avoid any problems down the road is to find a reputable insurer. You can check any insurer’s claim payment record with state insurance department. They usually make this information available publicly on their websites or provided it to you on request. Continue reading
Today, car insurance makes up a significant part of a car’s running costs, but if you’re prepared to make a bit of effort, you can still save money on insurance premiums. Continue reading
While most car dealers may seem like they are your side, you have to remember that they are there for one thing – to support their family. If you’re like most people who have to sign up for a loan to purchase a new car, there may be some things that the dealer won’t tell you, and it’s for a good reason. Continue reading
The Land Rover brand has forever associated itself with making some of the finest cars to take off-road, through the dirt and the grime of farmlands and mountainous tracks, and with good reason – with its high traction wheels leading to an elevated design, it can easily tackle the tougher terrains of the countryside. Continue reading