Archive for October, 2007

Volkswagen of America is teaming up with CarbonFund.org to help you figure out your carbon footprint. What is a carbon footprint you ask? Well a carbon footprint is a calculation based on your car’s impact on the amount of carbon-based emissions being produced every year. Carbon emissions are a proven cause of green house gas, […]

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Honda’s Fuel Cell Cars

USA Today says, “TOCHIGI, Japan — Honda (HMC) will deliver fewer than 100 of its new fuel-cell cars next year, when it’s scheduled for introduction in the United States, the automaker’s top executive said Tuesday at the company’s research and development headquarters here. Though a small number, it is several times as many FCX hydrogen […]

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The Federal Reserve Board today just announced at the 2:15pm EST update a decrease in the Fed’s fund rate by .25%, lowering the rate in which banks can borrow money on short term to 4.5%. This is the lowest since April 2001. Unless you have been under a rock,  you see and hear about the […]

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Space-Like Cars by GM

“General Motors today kicked off an experiment that will place 100 hydrogen fuel cell powered Chevrolet Equinoxes into the hands of average consumers. Drivers in three metropolitan areas will drive the cars. The automaker calls “Project Driveway” the first large-scale test of fuel cell electric vehicles. The drives will begin in January in suburban Los […]

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News has been leaking from the Chrysler camp that the company is set to drop three of it’s slower selling models. The Pacifica and the Magnum are rumored to be on the list, and surprisingly, the PT Cruiser as well. The PT Cruisers demise has come as a bit of a shock to a few […]

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Invoice Price vs MSRP

So which is more important? Which is the one I should expect? Cars.com explains it nicely… “Although we can say it as simply as possible, invoice and MSRP prices simply aren’t that simple. The Cars.com article “Getting the Best Deal: Purchase Price and Trade-Ins” explains why: ‘For most vehicle makes, the published invoice price is […]

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It’s a scene that has been etched in the minds of Mustang fans since the fall of 1968. Our protagonist, a hunter green Ford Mustang, chases a big bad black Dodge Charger through the streets of San Fransisco in a hair-raising sequence of jumps, drifts, and near misses. The driver is none other than Steve […]

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GM is Outselling Toyota?

“General Motors regained its title as world’s largest automaker when Toyota reported Monday it had sold fewer vehicles than GM in the July-September quarter. The score with three quarters of the year over stands at Toyota selling 7.05 million vehicles and GM at 7.06 million sales. The race is tight, however. Toyota sold 2.34 million […]

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In a move that proves there is more to life than just buisness, the Ford Motor Company has just made some “Bold Moves” by coming to the aid of the people of california affected by the raging wildfires. Ford has donated 20 speacialty vehicles, ranging from their F-350 to Expedition models to help in assisting […]

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For the Moms: Buying a Car…Easy

I found this website called motherproof.com and I found something very mother-friendly that I feel I should share. It is there way to break down how to pick a car perfect for your family in the simplest of terms… “First, you need to peg your dream ride. After you’ve put the babes to bed and […]

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