While Pontiac is dead these days, for the sake of reminiscing, let’s take a look at the history of the once-iconic Pontiac logo.
First, they changed the location of the engine, then they came for the manuals, and, now, they have completely changed the sound. But, we're still talking about the pride of America here, the Chevrolet C8 Corvette.
President Joe Biden's Byuild Back Better plan is set to have a huge effect on the market for electric cars. Here's what you should know.
I’m going to break it down for you in this article and, hopefully, by the end, you’ll have a better idea of whether a gas or electric car is better for your bank account.
Let’s take a blast to the past and go through a quick history of electric vehicles. This is the history of the electric car!
I get it, you have a budget of $3,000 and you want an ideal car! And no, this isn't a list of clunkers like your buddies 20-year-old Audi that’s best friends with a tow truck. Oh no! These are reliable, cheap to insure, and a lot more fun than they should be! All for less than $3,000 bucks!
High class fit and finish, interiors that would make luxury cars jealous, and a ride you wouldn’t be embarrassed taking to a black tie affair... are not what we think of when we hear the word "truck"! Because they were initially built to get you through sticky situations, haul heavy loads to work during the week, and unload your toys on the weekend. Just a decade ago, the words "luxury" and "truck" didn't belong in the same sentence! But nowadays, there are a few cheap trucks that punch way above their curb weight, and offer all the comfort and perks of a high-end European sedans, with the capability of a rural workhorse!
I bet you didnt know that Volkswagen Group has actually owned 100% of Porsche since 2012, that Tata Motors, an Indian company, owns the reliably unreliable Land Rover, or that McLaren owns... well, McLaren! Who owns the world's most popular car brands here in the USA is about as clear as mud, like the kind you can slide through in your Rolls-Royce (which is owned by BMW). Wait... that's got to be a mistake... there’s no way BMW owns the British icon Rolls-Royce! Are you kidding me? Well, guess what, it's the truth. I’m going to dig into the 12 automaker parent companies and which brands are under their care. This is going to be a fun one. And by the end of this article, you might be surprised who actually made your car!
Rule #1: a truck is not an investment. Rule #2? See rule #1. Nissans, Chevys, and Fords… oh my! Trucks in America are way more popular than cars, and it’s easy to see why! They can handle everything you throw at them, they’re your best friend in the snow, and they can take you and all your friends on the roads less traveled. But buying a new truck is a guaranteed way to lose a ton of money, so I’m going to show you 9 trucks that lose the most money in 5 years, starting with the biggest loser, and ending with the least depreciated. And the good news is that the last truck on this list lost only 25% of its value in the first 60 months of ownership! That's crazy when you consider that most trucks lose more than that in just the first year, especially when you mod them!
THE HUMMER IS BACK BABY!!! If you loved the original Hummers, this new version is more than twice as powerful as an H2 and has the same exact style! And if you hated the original Hummers because they were gas-guzzlers, you got nothing to worry about! The new Hummer is coming out under the GMC badge and is set to be fully electric! WHAAAAATT?!?!?!?!? You heard me! A thousand-horsepower Hummer that’s going to run 100% on batteries! In this article, and I’m going to tell you everything you need to know about the up-and-coming Hummer EV!
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