Class: Premium Midsize Crossover
Miles driven: 185
Fuel used: 5.2 gallons
The group of vehicles loosely referred to as small crossovers is currently the hottest-selling segment in the U.S.
As far as recessions go, the economic dip of the early Eighties wasn’t much of a downturn. Apparently the Fed overdid it a bit, and tightened the money supply a bit more than banks and lenders liked.
Class: Subcompact Crossover
Miles driven: 534
Fuel used: 18.3 gallons
No college film course is complete without a serious look at Fritz Lang’s 1927 epic Metropolis. Best known for its pioneering futurism, cutting-edge directing, and dystopian prognostication, the film is a must see for movie lovers.
Class: Premium Large SUV
Miles driven: 293
Fuel used: 12.3 gallons
Class: Compact Crossover SUV
Miles driven: 326
Fuel used: 13.8 gallons
One relatively easy way for an auto manufacturer to spur the sales of a given model is to play around with the trim levels offered.
By Tim Healey
You’re in the market for a car. You’ve determined that buying new isn’t for you, at least for this vehicle purchase. As you do you research and start paying closer attention to car commercials on TV, you start hearing a certain term being thrown around—certified pre-owned.
It’s always interesting to note how the passing of time changes our perspective. Ask anyone who remembers the car today, and they’re likely to tell you that the Cadillac Catera was a badly executed car that sold poorly.