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2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara 4X4 Soft Top

2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara 4X4 Soft Top Restore. Putting up the top and all plastic windows. Takes some practice. 2018 Advertisements

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2019 Nissan Titan XD

The new 2019 Nissan 2019 Nissan TITAN XD gives the driver a laundry list of amenities as to why it can ‘haul it all.’ Let’s start with warranty. All 2019 TITAN XD models are covered by America’s Best Truck Warranty, featuring bumper-to-bumper coverage of 5-years/100,000-miles, whichever Read More

The IONIQ Electric Limited was additionally enhanced with Blue Link Connected Services and Blue Link Connected Care. For safety and convenience Hyundai empowered the EV with Smart Cruise Control featuring start/stop technology, a proximity key and push button starter, Vehicle Stability Management, Lane Keep Assist System and Automatic Emergency Braking to name a few.
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AUTO REVIEW: 2018 Hyundai IONIQ Electric Limited: An Autoganic Delight

NNPA NETWORK — The IONIQ Electric rolls on chunky 205/55R16 Michelin tires wrapped around eco-spoke alloy rims. The package was pleasantly impressive during driving periods in extreme wintry conditions in the Northeast part of the country. HID Xenon headlamps with Dynamic Bending Lights (DBL) and LED taillamps enhance the IONIQ’s technology capabilities. […read more]

“The initial goal of the Diversity Volume Leadership Awards was to create awareness within the U.S. auto industry of the top vehicles purchased by ethnic consumers, women, LBGT consumers and ethnic millennials,” said Marc Bland, vice president of diversity and inclusion, IHS Markit.
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PRESS ROOM: National Association of Minority Automobile Dealers and IHS Markit Honor the Power of Multicultural Automotive Buyers with the Fourth Annual Diversity Volume Leadership Awards

NNPA NEWSWIRE — “Some thirty percent of new vehicle purchases are made by multicultural consumers but only six percent of dealerships are minority owned,” said National Association of Minority Automobile Dealers (NAMAD) President Damon Lester. “That means 18,000 dealerships exist in the USA and just 1,100 are minority owned.” […read more]

A designer told me years ago that the interior is where luxury is conveyed and the Mazda CX-9 struck me as a premium vehicle.
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AUTO REVIEW: 2019 Mazda CX-9

NNPA NEWSWIRE — Style is not a shortcoming with Mazda. The smooth lines of the company’s KODO soul of motion design have been transferred to the larger CX-9 nicely. The signature look; a long nose, short rump and arching curves over the wheel wells have been proportioned so that the CX-9 does not look like an oversized station wagon. […read more]

Both the CT6 and the Continental are the last two American-built and designed flagship cars. Our CT6 was equipped with Cadillac’s SuperCruise system. (Photo: JeffCars.com)JeffCars.com
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The Battle Of The Flagship American Luxury Cars: 2018 Cadillac CT6 Premium AWD VS 2018 Lincoln Continental

NNPA NEWSWIRE — …there is a distinct difference in how both vehicles are tuned for the road, as well as the Cadillac is powered by a rear wheel drive, while the Lincoln was configured with a front wheel drive system. Buyers who are yearning to purchase a domestic flagship should drive both and see which one best fit their needs, before signing the dotted line. […read more]

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2019 GMC Acadia AWD Denali

TENNESSEE TRIBUNE — The Denali includes all SLT-2 standard content and is embellished with premium features such as bright Denali-specific exterior accents, unique Denali interior appointments, heated and ventilated front seats, an automatic heated steering wheel and a hands-free power-programmable liftgate. Other vehicle highlights include up to 7-passenger seating options with generous cargo space. […read more]

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With “Add-ons,” Blacks Often Pay Higher Fees for Car Purchases than Whites

SPEAKING OUT WEEKLY NEWS — “…NCLC cites previous research by the Center for Responsible Lending (CRL) that determined car buyers who financed vehicles at the dealership in 2009 paid $25.8 billion in interest rate mark-ups. That same study also found that more than half of Black car purchasers (54 percent) were also charged loan kickbacks, compared to only 31 percent of Whites.” […read more]