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11 SUVs Worth Waiting For in 2020

Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs) are the automobile of choice among Americans. Today, SUVs have firmly replaced regular sedans as the top selling vehicle in the United States. So much so, that the Ford Motor Company has announced that it will soon no longer manufacture sedans at all, and instead concentrate exclusively on building SUVs and…

Volkswagen Officially Ends Production Of The Historic Beetle

Volkswagen is saying “auf wiedersehen” to the Beetle, as production of the much beloved car ends this week. German auto giant Volkswagen is halting production of the Beetle this week at its plant in Puebla, Mexico. It’s the end of an era for a vehicle that was first manufactured in 1938 and has a storied…

Inside the 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500

Ford has unveiled its all new 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500, and the car has drawn both praise from fans who love the design and criticism from analysts who balk at the steep price. To be sure, at a base price of nearly $75,000, the Mustang Shelby GT500 is considerably more expensive than the rival Chevrolet…

10 Weird Terms Used By Car Salesmen (And What They Mean)

Car lots and auto dealerships are worlds unto themselves. They tend to have their own rules, rituals, and lingo. Many car salespeople have their own vocabulary, an almost-secret code that they use amongst themselves to describe customers, the vehicles they are trying to sell, and certain situations that develop while they are in the process…

8 Car Companies You Didn’t Know Were Owned By Volkswagen

The German name “Volkswagen” literally translates to “people’s car” and for nearly 100 years the car company has retained its reputation for manufacturing affordable family vehicles. Actually started by Adolph Hitler in 1930 as a car company whose mandate was to make cheap cars that the common German worker could afford, Volkswagen has evolved over…

The 10 Cars Least Likely to be Ticketed

Poll a room full of drivers and you’ll probably find that there are certain vehicles ticketed less than others. You could relate this low number of violations back to the vehicle, the number of safety features it has, or even the driver themselves. There also seems to be a natural bias by law enforcement to…