Manufacturer’s Spotlight: Maserati
When one hears the Maserati name mentioned, they automatically think of unparalleled luxury and elegance. Even those who are not familiar with the current line know that whatever this automaker happens to be making must be pretty special. Maserati is not just a name; it is a social status. Most don’t realize that the Maserati name dates back to December 1, 1914. Alfieri Maserati founded the line in Bologna, Italy, and the auto industry would never be the same again.A Car For Your Family
A car is something that not every family needs. But, if you do plan on getting one for your family, you need to find out what will be best for the needs of your family. If you are a bachelor, you can buy whatever car you want. But if you have children and your spouse, you might want to make the decision together, keeping in mind the best for family.2013 Kia Rio: Best Subcompact Car for Your Everyday Driving Needs
The 2013 Kia Rio is undeniably one of the best subcompact cars available in the market today. With its no nonsense packaging, chic contemporary styling, excellent features and efficient drivetrain, the Rio can deliver everything you need – and more!Automobile Accessories – Buy Some and Have A Wonderful Driving Experience
Those days are gone when people are widely using their feet and bicycle for traveling. There was also an era where bullock carts where used for traveling and transportation. But, there are many new ways that a person can use to go from one place to another.Will You Look Back and Tell Your Kids When You Bought Your First Hybrid Chinese Electric Car?
Well, many people believe that India’s Tata Motors would finally bring low-cost cars into the American market. There were lots of false starts with companies like Daihatsu, Yugo, and others. Even companies like Hyundai later realize that if the cars were too low cost, they weren’t considered reliable enough, couldn’t pass all the regulations here in the US, and no one would buy them. Eventually they modified their brands to catch the eye of the American middle class and consumer. What about Chinese automobiles?