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10 things You May Not know About Exotic Cars

May 04, 2016

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    Aston Martin - Will have decades of waiting time before coming out with a new car model. After creating the V8 range, they had to wait 20 years to make the DB7. Porsche - Actually lost money on each 918 they build do to going way over the research and development budget. Ferrari - The historic racing horse emblem on the car is not a symbol of more

Understand the Terminology When Buying Car Tires Online

July 06, 2015

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The level of thought you put into a tire purchase depends on what you plan to do with the tires. If you only commute to work and back, tire buying will be easy—but if you want to have traction on rocky, rough or slick terrain, you'll need to give your off-road tire purchase some thought. When someone buys an off-road vehicle,  4WD wheels and tires more

Interesting Study Focused on Car Buying Habits

May 07, 2013

There are a lot of ways to grow and improve your business. One proven method is by collecting data and examining it to find patterns and specific areas where your business is lacking. That's why  Car Research XRM preformed a study which ran from January to December 2012. The study focused on the reasons why customers leave car dealerships without buying. Car Research XRM polled 167,503 more

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October 16, 2012

Don't look at the name - Fossil Cars is hoppin'. This vintage, classic and muscle car seller can get anyone's heart racing, right from the front page. Connoisseurs will melt in their chairs at the sight of perfectly restored beauties from the golden age of the American automobile, and even dilettantes will be impressed by the silver 1961 Chevy Corvette with scorching red leather seats. These more

Anti-Theft Car Seat

January 10, 2012

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Researchers in Tokyo, from the Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology, have created an anti-theft car seat detector. Over 360 sensors can be used to identify pressure that the individual driver places on a seat when in use. The sensors that were tested with smart technology had a 98% accuracy rate of identifying the intended driver. Though the sensors were not created with solely the intent more

Porsche in Argentina

November 22, 2011

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Hugo Pulenta, the importer for Porsche, made a deal to ship wine and olives to Argentina from his family’s vineyard in exchange for the selling of Porsche. There is a spike in auto sales in Argentina and the market will be saturated. It has been done before; the exchange of selling luxury cars for goods, however overhead is difficult to match. Argentina is an important more

Volkswagen Up!

November 15, 2011

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Volkswagen has created a model under the name of Volkswagen Up! to feature several options under one model in order to market to a diverse customer base. The Four-Seater-Up! is featured in a two door with three and five door options to market to families who tend to purchase SUV vehicles. The engine will be available with either a 59 or 74-horsepower and will also more

GM Recall on Airbags

November 10, 2011

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General Motors has recalled their Pontiac G8 model due to malfunctioning airbags in the front seat on the passenger’s side. This applies to vehicles that were built in 2007-2008. The problem became made aware to GM due to possibilities that the airbag for this vehicle model did not meet standards in regards to fully preventing head injury protection. GM has stated that no one has more

GM Partners with Costco

November 08, 2011

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General Motors  has paired up with Costco to provide its members with an exclusive deal. Certain Chevy and GM trucks will be able to be purchased at a special price through select dealers for Costco members. The trucks will be priced at employee-discounted prices. This offer is an important and innovative way to encourage American made automakers the opportunity to sell vehicles during this economic more


November 03, 2011

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Toyota is still feeling the effects from the Japan earthquake from earlier this year. They have experienced automobile shortages and have as a result, been dropping in sales. However, plans to boost sales up to where the company wants them include upping marketing strategies. Toyota’s inventory is continuing to grow and catch up to where it wants to be. New vehicle plans have been introduced as more

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