Waikem Wants to Buy Your Car

If you own a quality vehicle in this market, you are driving a gold mine.

There is a huge demand for quality used car vehicles in the market, and the Waikem Auto Family wants to buy your car.

Call 855-Buy-Cars. (855-289-2277)

Many factors, including the recession and natural disasters in American and abroad, meant there were fewer cars available from 2007-2011. That means right now, the quality used cars demand is exceeding the supply. Waikem has to be creative to find these quality used cars, and in fact, Doug Waikem has been featured nationally in the Wall Street Journal, Yahoo Finance, Time Magazine and Fox Business News, discussing the demand for used cars.

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Hyundai Models Awarded KBB’s Lowest Cost to Own

2013-Hyundai-Veloster-Turbo

The 2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo has one of the lowest costs of ownership, according to Kelley Blue Book and KBB.com

Three Hyundai models have the lowest cost of ownership in their first five years, according to Kelley Blue Book and kbb.com.

The 2013 Hyundai Veloster, 2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo and 2013 Hyundai Sonata will have the least expensive ownership of any model in their class, according to annual study released by Kelley Blue Book and kbb.com Tuesday.

Kelley Blue Book’s 5-Year Cost to Own Award accounts for nearly all expenses of car ownership, including depreciation, expected fuel costs, finance and insurance fees, maintenance and repair costs, and state fees for new models. The awards exist to help shoppers make more informed new-car buying decisions by breaking down typical ownership cost details and naming the brands and models with the lower projected five-year total.

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Nissan Leaf to be the least expensive Electric Vehicle

2013 Nissan Leaf

The 2013 Nissan Leaf will have a dramatic price drop in 2013, according to Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn.

Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn announced a massive price drop for the base model 2013 Nissan Leaf, making it the least expensive Electric Vehicle on the market.

The new starting price for the 2013 Nissan Leaf S starts at $28,800, a drop from the $35,000-plus price tag for the 2012 debut of this all electric model.

Ghosn, speaking at a forum during the North American International Auto Show, credited moving production from Japan to Tennessee as one of the major reasons for the price drop. The Leaf’s lithium-ion battery and electric motors are manufactured in the United States.

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