Buying a Car: What to Know Before You Go

When you drive onto the lot of a car dealership, a salesperson is often ready to swoop in and make a sale before you’ve even exited your vehicle. Knowing exactly what you want in a car, and how much you should pay based on current market conditions, will ensure you get the vehicle you want at the best possible price. Continue Reading →

2013 Silverado Has Lowest Total Cost of Ownership

The Chevrolet Silverado has the lowest total cost of ownership of any full-size pickup in the U.S. retail market, according to the automotive data compilation and analysis firm Vincentric.

“We know from talking to our truck customers that they expect their vehicles to work hard for them for several years, and the less money they have to spend on routine maintenance, repairs and other operating costs, the more they can invest in their businesses and lives,” said Don Johnson, vice president of Chevrolet Sales and Service. “There are nearly 10 million Silverado full-size pickups on the road today – a true testament to their reliability and operating efficiency,” Continue Reading →

1940 Ford Coupe Gets Reborn

One of the most cherished and collected classic cars of the pre-World War II and hot rod era – the iconic 1940 Ford Coupe – is the latest addition to Ford Motor Company’s growing stable of officially licensed all-steel reproduction car bodies.

Available now for ordering, and complementing the 1965-70 Mustang bodies, the 1940 Ford Coupe body is also constructed of modern, high-strength steel and is assembled using modern welding techniques. The new body comes rustproofed from the factory and is ready to be assembled as a custom hot rod or as a faithful tribute to the original. Continue Reading →