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Home > Blog > March 2013 Blog
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March 28th, 2013
Why a Sports Car?

As New York gears up for its annual International Auto Show, a plethora of high end sports vehicles customized down to its bolts will be taking center stage at the Jacob Javits Convention Center. Thousands of vehicles will be on display for hundreds and hundreds of car enthusiast spectators. While exhibitions like the New York International Auto Show feature dream vehicles (and that’s an understatement), it’s not hard to understand why sports vehicles (which are highly coveted in the show) are in such high demand. Forget all the extra glitz and glam, who wouldn’t choose an “average” sports car over a run-of-the-mill sedan? ...

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March 26th, 2013
Flying Cars & Scuba Vehicles

Flying cars and aquatic vehicles may still sound like something out of classic James Bond movie, but believe it or not, there are companies out there that do produce these multi-land/multi-functional vehicles. The benefits are clear—for one, you’ll be able to avoid a lot of traffic—you wouldn’t need to switch transportation options if your destination requires sea or air travel. Currently retailed at $279,000 Terrafugia’s Transition, this “roadable aircraft” is more driving airplane than a flying car. With its abili...

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March 21st, 2013
Car-2-Car Tech

Imagine the congested city streets of New York, San Francisco, or Los Angeles. Now, imagine those same streets traffic free, drivers and their vehicles going where they need to go without the bumper-to-bumper headache—it’s a miracle. Volvo Corporation, along with other European automakers, has joined General Motors’ Car-2-Car Communication Corporate to safely eliminate common drier mistakes that results in a collision. Safety is always at the top of priorities when it comes to new vehicle technology, but with that said, the same technology has many other benefits which include an overall easier commute. ...

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March 20th, 2013
Spring Cleaning for Cars

  By Charles J. Bonfiglio You’ve probably finished spring cleaning your house, now it’s time to turn to your car. You don’t necessarily have to spend an entire day cleaning your car, although washing and waxing it is important to keeping it looking its best. But, simply by keeping up with basic vehicle maintenance tasks, not only will you improve the safety and dependability of your vehicle, but it will also help you swerve away from any pricey repairs in the future. Your vehicle has probably been through a lot these past couple of months as cooler temperatures and wet weather spread across the natio...

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March 19th, 2013
New Model Names From Geneva

While some nameplates have lasted for decades (which you can read about here), it‘ll be a while before we can determine if newer nameplates will also stand the test of time. An automaker’s goal may not necessarily come up with the next iconic nameplate, but that would obviously be a bonus.  There were several standout names (good and bad) among the new models previewed at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. A nameplate can say a lot of things about a car—whether it’s because the name alone provides enough intrigue or the actual meaning behind it explains a deeper connotation. One example would be the Lamborghini Veneno; Spanish for “poison&rd...

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March 14th, 2013
About Auto Shows

As the 83rd Geneva International Motor Show is wrapping up this week—with plenty of other auto shows driving in and out of convention centers throughout the rest of the year—the car enthusiast population has seen a fair share of vehicles styled from mild (not really) to wild (in many cases extremely wild). Somewhat are the days gone when auto shows was nothing more than an excuse for automakers to pair their latest model with well, a bikini clad model. While there’s still plenty of eye candy (sans bikinis), vehicles decked out from inside out are truly the main focus of these kinds of shows. Many of these outlandish vehicles probably will never make the production line but auto shows like Geneva’s and S...

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March 12th, 2013
Midlife Crisis Cars

Everyone will eventually go through a midlife crisis and everyone will have their own way of dealing with it. For a car enthusiast trying to reclaim their need for speed—cruising down streets with wind in their hair—then the obvious solution would be a high performance vehicle, obviously. As Porsches and Corvettes seem to be the typical choice for the macho man in the center of a midlife crisis, there are other vehicle options to satiate themselves. Alternative vehicles for a midlife crisis can still include luxury cars that are still powerful enough that drive like t...

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March 7th, 2013
Lasting Nameplates

Only a handful of nameplates are still in production today, which is quite a feat considering how often trends and styles in the automotive industry shift through the decades. Ford, Toyota, Mercedes and others have been able to create vehicle with nameplates that originated as early as the beginning of the 1930’s. Despite the actual look of the vehicle changing throughout the years, their consistent moniker proves the iconic longevity these vehicles have reached. Ford’s F-Series for example began production in 1948 after World War II and has bee...

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March 5th, 2013
Vehicles of the '90s

A decade of flourish and economic boom, the 1990’s brought us the widespread proliferation of the Internet, teenybopper pop, White House scandals and more. While not a milestone decade for new automobiles (unlike its preceding years which produced vehicles epitomizing its era), the 90’s did provide the steppingstones for today’s modern vehicles. Take the Ford Explorer...

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