Alfa Romeo doesn’t have a strong foothold in the US, with sales plummeting in 2023 compared to 2022. Still, you could find some benefits to owning an Alfa.
Should you buy a Toyota or Honda vehicle when you want impressive reliability and longevity on the road? Is one brand actually better than the other?
Mercedes-Benz has been focused on its overseas cars lately – they’ve worked with Maybach
and AMG on electric and smaller models this year.
But now, America is getting a taste of what Mercedes has been making with the introduction of
the 2023 Mercedes-AMG SL 43 four-cylinder convertible to the American market. There’s even
news about pricing and engine comparisons!
So let’s dig into why the SL 43 is coming, what it can offer as an American model, and when you
can expect to see it at your local dealer.
The new 2024 Acura Integra receives a shot of adrenaline to create the new Type S model. Will this high-powered Acura live up to the name?
The Genesis G90 takes everything we know about luxury and performance and packages them in a way that other flagship models can’t seem to match.
The S&P Global Mobility awards is a determination of the loyalty owners have to a particular brand. Tesla is making strong moves in this arena.
While it is still possible to find a great deal on a used car, the market is far from being “back to normal.” Most experts expect some kind of balance to return to the market, but many shoppers are left wondering when will use car prices fall. Read on to learn the three things you should know.
Hyundai has made incredible vehicles over the years, from their Hyundai Accent in 1994 to the Tuscon in 2004. One of their more recent creations, the Ioniq model introduced in 2016, has been a big hit with better designs, more technology, and unique aesthetics.
The Chrysler Corporation goes back to 1925 when Waller Chrysler opened shop. It didn’t take long for Chrysler to build strong brand recognition that went on to be one of the Big Three U.S. automakers (GM, Ford, and Chrysler). In modern times, Chrysler is part of the Fiat brand, and both fall under the Stellantis North America umbrella. This over-arching brand sells vehicles by Dodge, Jeep, Ram, and Chrysler, which explains why every Chrysler dealer typically has these other brands on site.