Monday, November 4, 2019

Its Shop Time Mondays: Chevys, Fords, GMCs And Ram Trucks/Vans Are Being Recalled

Sunday, November 3, 2019

2020 Cadillac XT6 Premium Luxury AWD: The Brand’s Three-Row Crossover



Highlight: The Cadillac XT6 shares a platform with the Buick Enclave.

Test Vehicle’s MSRP: $70,890 (Base Model: $53,690)

Seating Capacity: 6 or 7


Monday, October 21, 2019

2019 Hyundai Veloster N: The Brand’s Performance-Oriented Model


Highlight: This is one of two vehicles to wear the N designation, which represents performance.

Test Vehicle’s MSRP: $29,885 (Base model: $27,885)

Seating Capacity: 4 (super tight fit in the back seat)

Standard Safety Features:  ABS; airbags; an electronic stability control system; a rearview camera; and a tire pressure monitoring system

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Kia's Latest Ad: The World's Shortest Test Drive


Kia's latest ad highlights features of the 2019 Sorento, the brand's midsize SUV/crossover.

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

2020 Cadillac XT5 Sport: The Brand’s Midsize Luxury Crossover

The XT5 Sport is located on the grounds of the Herndon Home, Atlanta's first black millionaire.

Highlight: The Sport trim is all-new for the 2020 model year.

Test Vehicle’s MSRP: $59,740 (Base Model: $45,090)

Seating Capacity: 5

Standard Safety Features: air bags; a rearview camera; a tire pressure monitoring system; a tire inflator kit; a rear park assist system; an electronic stability control system; a traction control system; a teen driver safety configuration system; following distance indicator; a forward collision alert system; a lane keep assist with a lane departure warning system; and a front pedestrian braking system


Thursday, October 3, 2019

The 7-Year Auto Loan: America's Middle Class Can't Afford Its Cars



For the past few years, we've been addressing this issue on Auto Trends with JeffCars.com with our auto analysts, what is the tipping for these car prices. Every time we get behind the wheel of a new car, the sticker can easily range from $40,000 to $90,000 as if most of us can make those payments without batting an eye. However, according to this article that appeared in Wall Street Journal their finally echoing what we've been talking about, as the middle class is beginning to scream mercy.
Walk into an auto dealership these days and you might walk out with a seven-year car loan.