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The 2012 Ford Edge is currently considered as one of the most in demand SUV models for this year. This is because the Edge offers a lot of features that are not readily found on other SUVs in its class. In fact, the 2012 Ford Edge SE which is usually viewed as the base and … Continue reading “2012 Ford Edge SE”

In the midst the price increases implemented by every car maker on their respective car models, Chevrolet has recently revealed that the instead of bumping the price of the 2014 version of the Chevrolet Volt, the brand has decided to drop this by about $5,000. According to the US car maker, the 2014 Chevrolet Volt will have a starting … Continue reading “Chevrolet Dropped the Price of the 2014 Volt”

Buick revealed that the price of the 2014 version of the Regal has increased and hinted that this event was basically triggered by the series of improvements made on the vehicle. Based on the information provided by the carmaker, the price of the facelifted 2014 Buick Regal will start at $30,615 including the destination charge … Continue reading “Price of the 2014 Buick Regal Increased”

A Nissan official has recently revealed that the carmaker is on the brink of deciding whether it would continue the production of the Nissan Xterra or not. The upcoming decision according to the said official is about to come since the carmaker is quite uncertain as to whether retaining the Xterra in its vehicle lineup … Continue reading “Nissan to Decide on the Future of the Xterra”

Chevrolet has recently announced that the 2014 Impala is now equipped with the so-called “full-speed-range” adaptive cruise control system that was designed to provide the vehicle’s driver with more relief when seated behind the steering wheel. Based on the information obtained from Chevrolet, the full-speed-range adaptive cruise control system was made to lessen the amount … Continue reading “2014 Chevrolet Impala to Offer More Driving Relief”