I mentioned how expensive the whole Explorer line is when I went over the pricing breakdown the other day. But when you actually look at the monthly payment breakdown, it puts it in perspective and is a bitter reminder of how expensive new cars are these days.
The build and price for the 2020 Explorer is finally live if you want to play around with it. But suffice to say, its not cheap. Might have something to do with recouping the costs for that new RWD platform. But here is the pricing breakdown.
Remember those bad auto loans I used to post? Well I used to like the input I would get on them. Especially considering how they highlighted how bad auto loans were/are getting. But I never really got into my auto loans. So here they are.
An A1. 2 door hatch too. Small as hell in person. Probably about the same size or a little bigger than a Fiat 500.
This time around it looks more grown up, handsome, and techy, if that makes sense. Kia gave it way more options and trims as well so it can appeal to a vast majority of buyers. From people just wanting a handsome commuter, to people wanting a faux crossover, to someone wanting a hot hatch that isn’t German or…
At least that’s what I’m assuming. Its listed under future vehicles when you go onto Mazda’s site. It also has its own page you can sign up for more info on:
Lincoln is replacing the MKC with the Cosair
Car & Driver released photos of the ‘20 Sonata and its a looker. It does away with Hyundai’s current design language and looks like something from a luxury automaker.
Kia’s newest and most talked about SUV offering pricing is finally here and it starts just over $31 grand. Kia hasn’t had a full size 7 seater SUV offering since the ill fated Borrego that was released during the recession. This looks to cash in on that sweet sweet SUV/Crossover Kool-Aid that everyone is drinking.…
On the surface, Genesis (and Kia with the Stinger) look to be doing the lord’s work by giving us proper luxury performance sedans with rwd, turbo engines, twin turbo V6’s ‘etc. But not all is right with them if you’re actually interested in buying one, specifically the G70. Their dealer network just barely exists.
Dealers are waisting no time in marking up the Veloster N. It’s good. But no way in hell I’d pay 38 grand for one. This was taken at my hometown Hyundai dealer Romero Hyundai in Ontario California.
Audi unveils pricing for the E-Tron’s charging infrastructure in Europe: Electrek reports that Audi has released pricing for its chargers for the E-Tron in Europe. And they aren’t satisfied with the pricing. According to the article: Audi’s system involves several options for different tiers that gives owners access…
Jalopnik only touched on the prices/options. And plus I like doing this price and option break downs on new models. Gives me something to do while bored at work. But here’s the full breakdown.
Hyundai finally jumped into the hot hatch game (the first gen Veloster Turbo was lukewarm) with the long awaited Veloster N. Here’s the price breakdown.
And if recent pricing that was released regarding its Japanese half brother are correct, that would make it $290 cheaper than the Supra. For essentially the same car underneath. But anyway, here’s the pricing breakdown
The long rumored X7 has finally made it to market, with BMW touting it as The largest and most luxurious Sports Activity Vehicle ever built. And they are right. This thing looks to be huge and will sell like hot cakes to the upper middle class families that flock to these. Here’s the price break down.
I guess Cadillac decided on a late debut because I saw this on their site around midnight PST. From what I read on a few sites, its touted as the Escalade’s little brother. But its a 3 row crossover nonetheless.
Chevy brought back the classic nameplate for the 2019 model year, attaching it to yet another crossover with Camaro styling (which honestly doesn’t look bad), and sticking it in their already full lineup. According to their own site, it sits above the Equinox, but below the Traverse, but with pricing and dimensions…
Tesla has 5 minute buying program: Electrek reports that Tesla plans to introduce a 5 minute buying program called “Instant Drive Away”. A source from Tesla told the site that they really are aiming for 5 minutes, from car selection, to financing to driving away. If true this could be a game changer in car buying and…
V12 power with V8 fuel economy in a luxo barge?! At least that’s what Lexus promised when they came out with the hybrid powered LS600h L at the end of last decade. Probably one of the most advanced cars they have ever made, this thing was a rolling example of Toyota quality and ingenuity.