If you still think a car is still four wheels that get you from point A to B, you are partially right. Today’s cars are closer to rolling computers, connected in more ways then ever.
This week is the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, next week is the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, so where are the automakers?
Ford Motor Company announced a strategic collaboration to demonstrate a new system called MyEnergi Lifestyle aimed at reducing your energy use.
The International Consumer Electronics Show happening now in Las Vegas has become a showcase for new in-car infotainment systems that work with smart-phones and the web.
While it might seem odd for us to rank the top 18 as opposed to the top 15 or top 20, I picked the top 18 because these were the vehicles that sold over 200,000 units during the 2012 calendar year.
During the 2012 calendar year, Ford Motor Company sold a whopping 645,316 F Series pickups around the United States which allows Ford to claim America’s bestselling vehicle for the 31st consecutive
When Paula Papen caught her son playing on her iPad, she wanted to teach the 8 year-old boy a lesson about about having respect for her things.
Further, the brand has been regionally accredited for 85-years with the local BBB serving Detroit & Eastern Michigan.
Ford is the hottest brand globally and the new 2013 Ford Focus and Fiesta are leading the charge. The two cars are the best-selling nameplates in the world.
Of course, this information might cause an argument within your own mind as you ask, “What the heck does that really mean?”
In the Raiders of the Lost Ark film, Indiana Jones has a great line when he says, “it’s not the years it’s the mileage.” This is definitely true when it comes to classic cars and very true for the