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Resales Up to Record High The average cost of a used car in America topped out at a record $18,800 in the second quarter of 2015, up about $1,300 from the same time in the previous year. Auto consumer site Edmunds.com released the information, proving that demand for used cars is just as strong as
Most of us put off our dream 2 seater sports car for a much more practical family vehicle. If you want to go with sleek and sporty or comfortable and roomy or maybe a safe option for any kind of weather, you will find one to suit your needs. Chapman Arizona has many vehicles to
Technology One Answer to Urban Gridlock Although the debate is certainly still on, the possibility that driving will become illegal by 2030 is definitely an interesting debate point. As urban areas become clogged with more and more cars on the road, automakers are striving to create cars that can communicate with one another and take
What All Those Numbers Mean If you’ve ever bought a tire, you might have seen a number something like “245/40R19.” This number describes the size of your tires and is carved into the sidewall. The first number, 245, relates to the number of millimeters at the widest part of the tire. This may be preceded by
Improved Reliability Results in Longer Vehicle Life As automakers continue to improve their products following the great recession, one result is the age of cars on U.S. roads have reached a record high. The average vehicle in the U.S. is now at 11.5 years old, despite the act that new car sales are at a