The 2013 Hyundai Elantra broke all time sales records this year.
Hyundai Motor America announced the Hyundai Elantra, ALG’s compact car residual value leader for three straight years, has set another all-time sales record in 2012, surpassing last year’s total of 186,361 units earlier this month. With a week left in the year, Elantra could become Hyundai’s second model to break the 200,000 unit mark in annual sales, joining its big brother Sonata at that level, which is also built at Hyundai’s assembly in Alabama.
When you first drive the Elantra, you’ll completely understand why all your friends are switching over to the Hyundai product. The 2012 Elantra was named the “North American Car of the Year,” and the incredible style of the Elantra will just blow your mind. Elantras changed the way people think about sedans thanks to cutting edge, swooping lines, great colors and even more stylish seat choices. All Elantras also come with Bluetooth, now a necessity thanks to new rules for driving and using a cell phone.
The 2013 Subaru Impreza was voted best snow vehicle by MSN Autos
Here in Northeast Ohio, we are experiencing the start of a major snowfall that could reach more than one foot by the end of the week. Obviously, this is going to make your commute a little harder than usual. So the inevitable question this week is: What’s the best current snow vehicle?
2013 Subaru Crosstrek one of the most fuel efficient AWD cars.
How was that trip to work today? Did your vehicle enjoy the first snow of the season?
Every year when the weather goes downhill we all wish we had All-Wheel Drive, but with gas prices being what they are people tend to overlook AWD cars. However, with today’s cars we can enjoy the perks of driving confidently with AWD and have the high MPGs that save us money.
MSN Autos has compiled a list of the most fuel-efficient AWD vehicles available. As you can imagine Subaru, Nissan, Ford, and Honda have all made the cut.
2013 Nissan Altima looks good and will keep you safe.
2013 Nissan Altima is awarded Top Safety Pick Plus from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
The Top Safety Pick Plus recognizes passenger vehicles for excellent performance in five passenger safety tests. The criteria includes tests for front, side, rollover and rear crash tests, as well as the newly added small overlap frontal test.
AOL Autos says late December is the best time to purchase your next car.
The experts say late December is the best time to buy a vehicle.
Aol Auto’s experts put the numbers together, and determined the last few days of the years should be busy inside the showroom.
Specifically, the experts point to December 24, 27, 28, 29, 30 and 31st as the best days.
“We think December is going to be a mad crazy month for buying,” says AOL Autos editor-in-chief David Kiley. “You have end-of-year sales targets and competitions between automakers to top one another, plus shoppers still out there replacing cars destroyed by Sandy in the Northeast.”
2011 Hyundai Sonata among most reliable used cars.
When looking for a used car it is important to find one that is sure to last and not need constant repair. It can be a hassle researching every used car on the market. Luckily though, Forbes has done the footwork by compiling a list of the most reliable used cars.
The 2013 Kia Optima was voted among the four door models with the most power.
The four door sedan comes in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes, you’ll breeze by a large boat going 45 mph on the highway, but if you’re the one zooming past that slow moving machine, you’ll know how awesome a four door sedan can be.
So what is the best car that combines smart, style and power. Luckily,Motortrend has put together a list of the most powerful four-doors under $30,000.
2.0 LIter EcoBoost engine from Ford Taurus named 1 of 10 best engines.
Two of Ford’s engines have taken home awards from Ward’ s 10 Best Engine’s.
The 2.0 Liter EcoBoost engine from the Ford Focus ST and the Ford Taurus along with the Shelby GT500’s 5.8-liter V8 (the world’s highest-horsepower regular production V8 engine). In the past 5 years no competitor has won more best engine awards than Ford.
Joe Bakaj, Ford’s vice president of Powertrain Engineering, had this to say of the EcoBoost: