You are the perfect candidate for the GMC brand. As we know, GMC is a bit fancier than Chevrolet but isn’t a full-blown luxury automaker like Cadillac. The GMC Acadia is a bit nicer than it’s Chevy Traverse counterpart, it’s not flashy but should fit in just fine in a row of big Raptors and various SUVs. The Acadias are pretty durable, come packed with nice features, and servicing them is fairly easy. … [Read more...] about I Fly Private Jets And I Need A Car That Blends In With High Rollers For $30,000! What Should I Buy?
So where does this leave the Chevy Traverse? Chances are it'll sell well, considering there are still folks out there who won't drive anything but a Chevy, and the fact the Traverse is light-years better than the Uplander and Trailblazer. Chevy's pricing is going to be key: If it's in the same ballpark as the Outlook, we'd guess GM aficionados will be rethinking Saturn or upgrading to an Acadia. Most of the other buyers will be across town scoping out the Ford Flex. … [Read more...] about 2009 Chevy Traverse, First Drive
Apparently Scouting families are not for want and prefer American, as the cheapest in the pack starts around $28k and there's one foreign-badged car in the crowd. Should you be a scouting parent and interested in their recommendations, below, in no particular order, are the 2009 Scouting Magazine picks for hauling your troop to a secluded camp far from the prying eyes of the general public: … [Read more...] about Scouting Magazine Picks Five Best Vehicles For Playing With Kids
It’s also worth keeping in mind that most cars now offer features that were once considered luxury, like power seats, power windows, seat heaters, good interior materials, decent audio systems and a suite of driver-assistance tech. So while a Honda Civic may not be considered a “luxury car” in the traditional sense, it can offer pretty much as many luxury features that a top-tier “luxury car” could. That could be a reason why there weren’t more luxury cars on the list. … [Read more...] about The Tesla Model 3 Killed the Rest of American Luxury
This robo-van is certainly both edgy and not what E7 customers asked for. But to E7 aficionados, we say don't fret. You can fit way more perps in a TX7. Hell, you could even turn prisons into TX7 van festivals, rehabilitating convicts through modern-edged '70s communal van culture and — in states where drugs end up being legalized — paralyzing volumes of pot smoke. We're looking to the future of law enforcement, right? … [Read more...] about Carbon Motors Abandons Futuristic Police Car For Futuristic Police Van