When looking for a great SUV, fuel efficiency can be very important. The cumbersome vehicles lumber down the road and in many cases doesn’t offer any fuel efficiency to speak of. When looking in the Luxury SUV class this can be even more important to an owner who already is paying a premium price for the luxury equipment the vehicle offers and doesn’t want to pay even more just to fill up their SUV. This list offers owners of luxury SUVs a chance to enjoy their highly-engineered products without having to fill up quite as often. Continue reading
The 2014 Buick LaCrosse is the offering from Buick that is built to excite every generation of car shopper. Offering stylish and sophisticated equipment as well as sharp, sporty good looks younger generations will love the technology and sportiness of the car and come to enjoy all the comfort that is synonymous with the Buick nameplate. At the other end of the spectrum, the older generations will appreciate the safety features and comfort and love the fact they feel much younger in the car that resembles a sports car on the road.
Additionally equipped with GM’s eAssist which is a mild version of a hybrid engine the LaCrosse offers a nice amount of fuel efficiency and power in its V6 engine allowing it to once again attract a varied crowd that can argue the power or fuel economy all they want, but enjoy both.
The easiest way for a customers to lose trust in their car dealer is to feel that they’re not disclosing everything that they should. Incentives, whether from the manufacturer or other financial institutions, are rarely disclosed properly on dealer websites. It’s not that the dealers are trying to hide it. There are simply a lot of potential incentives and they rarely fit on a contact form.
If you dig deep enough, you’ll probably find all or most of them somewhere on the site, but there are services like Automark that do this directly on the vehicle pages themselves. This method is preferred since it gives customers the ability to put themselves into a category in order to learn more about the incentives that they can get.
When most people think of a pickup truck, especially one with 3500 in the name they picture a big hulking machine capable of hauling anything at all or pulling a Sequoyah from its roots. What they don’t often picture is a truck loaded with classy comfort and style features that would simply rival luxury cars. For 2015, GMC put a much larger emphasis across its truck line on providing its hard working, blood and sweat dripping fan and owner base with a lot of comfort and driving pleasure once the long and hard workday was done.
The Sierra HD fits the bill nicely as a serious do-it-all kind of truck that has a ton of interior comfort to enjoy. Add to this the varying configurations an owner can choose from and there is certainly a Sierra in the lineup that will help to get the whole crew to the jobsite, or pull the big boat to the shore for a day of fun in the sun. New for 2015 are fully redesigned interiors and exteriors of the truck to keep with the smaller lineup as well as the addition of the CornerStep bumper and LED tail lights.
Driving the big Sierra 3500 HD offers a massive amount of power, but to go along with this power is the an excellent drive feeling. With a well-designed suspension this big truck leaves the road defects on the road and doesn’t send them crashing into the occupants of the cabin. The steering is very predictable and allows the truck to handle just about anything that can be thrown its way. The cabin is extremely quiet as well allowing on the desired noises to be heard inside the behemoth.
Everyone loves a good movie. Great plots, stunning characters, beautiful scenery, what could be better? So many movies have scenes that require cars, but choosing a car can be tricky. Directors know exactly what they want when they select a car, what isn’t surprising is that Hondas appear in hundreds if not thousands of movies. With a great history of car lineups, there is a car or truck that fits every film director’s needs.