Maximizing your mpg is the first and foremost goal of any car owner whether you have to drive for miles or close to home. So here are the top 10 most fuel efficient convertibles of 2015 if you're looking for the latest model:
1. 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider
The Alfa Romeo 4 C Spider has a rating of 24/34, which is quite impressive for a convertible. This car is the first mainstream Alfa car, which was sold in America since the mid 1990s. It offers a 237hp, 4-cylinder engine.
If you're someone who values versatility and utility, then wagons are the vehicle for you. However, as fuel efficiency and frugality tops the list for most consumers, wagons make a smarter choice for most people. Here is a list of top ten fuel-efficient wagons for 2014:
1. 2014 Ford C-Max Energi
Ford C-Max Energi gives a high fuel economy of 45/40 mpg with a front wheel drive and comfortable seating for 5 people. You will love this car due to its stylish interior, refined handling, and quick acceleration, among other features.
Coupes make the best car to own as they are fun to drive and quite stylish. However, you may find that they don’t provide much passenger capacity. So when it comes to choosing a car, your decision should be based on factors that are your priority, and fuel efficiency remains a priority factor for most car buyers. If you are looking for a fuel-efficient coupe from the year 2014, here are the top 10 choices:
Creation of the brand
This British brand focuses on 4-wheel-drive vehicles and was named after the Rover Company founded in 1948. The Land Rover series was first launched that year and comprises various models nowadays. The vehicles are manufactured in Halewood and Solihul whereas the research is done in different facilities; at Gaydon and Whitley. Land Rover has become non-arguably in one of the starring brands of the vehicle market worldwide.
VIN is the acronym of Vehicle Identification Number. This is unique information that is found only on the newer BMW models. It includes not only the vehicle’s serial number but also informs you more about where and when the car was assembled/built and by the use of what equipment. Together with the information that is contained in the VIN, most likely, your car will also have a built sheet which is often found beneath the back seat’s cushion. This sheet has the same information contained in VIN together with a list of the factory installed accessories and items within your car.
Imagine that you have finally found the car of your dreams. You’ve been always dreaming of that make, model and year. And the price is so attractive… But when looking closer you may notice two words written in small letters: “salvage title”. And these two words change everything, including your desperate desire to buy this vehicle.
Although there are still many fans of the manual transmission, it is certainly an endangered type of stick shift. More and more car shoppers turn towards the automatic transmission which is easier-to-drive and more convenient. You may think than manual transmission has its own benefits, but in fact many of them are not proven. Consider these myths about stick shifts and maybe you’ll change your mind. If you would like to know if the car you are considerting to buy has a manual or automatoc transmission, you can get this information in our reports here.
You probably know that a new car loses about 20% of its value the moment it is driven off a dealership’s lot. However, it is not such a great problem, because there are hardly few people who want to sell their car immediately after they have bought it. Anyway, you will not be driving a car forever and one day you will have to sell it. That being said it is important to maintain the value of your vehicle as much as possible.
New cars lose about 20% of their value as soon as they leave the showroom. That’s why purchasing a used car can save you a great deal of money. However, many buyers are afraid to buy used cars, because they don’t know how to pick the best one and how to protect themselves from fraud. Here is a checklist of things to do when buying a used car:
You have a number of options when it comes to choosing a used car, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. Below you will find pros and cons of the most common places to find the used cars.