Category: Automotive

Volkswagen Impresses with 2018 New Car Line Up

It seems that Volkswagen (VW) engineers and designers have been very busy producing new and redesigned cars and trucks. In a market where SUV sales are at an all-time high and sedans sales are down, sales of Volkswagen sales up. Since April 2018, VW sales increased by 4.5 percent from 2017, driven primarily by its SUVs, the Compact Tiguan and New 2018 family size Atlas. The German automaker’s quickly settled with the government on the diesel emissions scandal for a record $4.3 billion in 2017, which apparently had little effect on its brand. All the while, it stayed busy...

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Introducing The 2018 Volvo S90

  Introduced in 2017, the 2018 Volvo S90, stretches in roominess and models. One of my favorite brands, Volvo moves things up notch with the S90 mid-size luxury sedan. For 2018, the S90 model adds a T8 with an optional 400 horsepower plug-in hybrid and an all-wheel drive option for the base model S90 T5. The 2018 model stretches the wheelbase by 4.7 inches inches, adding 4.5 of legroom for rear passengers. The increased wheelbase in 2018 makes it the most spacious in its class. The S90 competes in a highly competitive luxury sedan market against the BMW 5-Series,...

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2017 Toyota Prius Three A Cool Hybrid with Room for Your Stuff

  If you’re a college student and in the market for a cool Hybrid with the best fuel economy and interior room, you’ll want to consider the 2017 Toyota Prius Three. The Prius Three hybrid continues to be a class leader, averaging 52 mpg, with 54  mpg in the city and 50 mpg highway. That’s almost 54 miles on one gallon of fuel. The Prius generates its power from Toyota’s Hybrid Synergy Drive systems and is powered by a 1.8-liter DOHC 16 VOLT I-4 cylinder engine, which can be driven in three different modes: EV/ECO or Power. The Prius...

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New Jersey Bans the Sale of Tesla Electric Automobiles Through Retailers

Tesla CEO, Elon Musk took to his blog to protest the ban on the sale of Tesla’s electric cars in the state of New Jersey starting on April 1st, 2014.  Calling foul on the New Jersey Automobile lobby, Musk declared, “Under pressure from the New Jersey auto dealer lobby to protect its monopoly, the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission, composed of political appointees of the Governor, ended your right to purchase vehicles at a manufacturer store within the state. Governor Christie had promised that this would be put to a vote of the elected state legislature, which is the...

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