Archive for June, 2010

Honda has made it again! This time with the new and amazing two-seat gasoline & electric hybrid car.

Starts with a nice retail price of $19,950. The new 2011 Honda CR-Z will be coming to showrooms in August and it is supposed to be the lowest starting price for a hybrid in the U.S.A according to The Associated Press.

It is the first hybrid car to come with a manual transmission. Features six-speed stick shift, fuel economy rating of 34 miles per gallon for combined city and highway travel.

Also comes with the variable transmission (CVT) which provides fuel economy rating to 37 mpg for combined city/highway travel and highway mileage rating to 39 mpg. A CR-Z with CVT has a starting manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $20,600.

It comes with upholstered seats, high-tech gauges and nice equipment such as mesh-covered sport seats, 160-watt AM-FM stereo with CD player and six speakers, USB and MP3 interfaces, automatic climate control, rear window wiper, antilock brakes, and electronic stability control amongst others.. It uses regular gasoline and the electric motor wisely recharges on its own from the engine and regenerative brakes.

So far it looks as the Honda CR-Z might top Prius sales! For this and more options request a free quote with us

Kia continues to announce good deals with its June incentives. Kia has maintained high incentives as a percentage of MSRP (window sticker prices) on almost all of its models, according to:

Besides being one of the most affordable new cars in the country, it also offers: the 5-year, 60,000-mile basic warranty (which includes roadside assistance) plus the 10-year, 100,000-mile powertrain warranty

These are some of the cash incentives for the 2009 Rondo and for other 2010 models:

2010 Kia Rio – Starting MSRP of $12,390, It is the most affordable Kia. It is also an ideal new car for car loans with bad credit. The June Kia Rio rebate is $1,000.

2010 Kia Forte – Starting MSRP of $14,390 – also making it affordable for bad credit auto loan buyers. May rebate of $1,000 plus an additional customer cash bonus of $500 for a total of $1,500 is still available.

2010 Kia Forte Koup – Starting MSRP of $17,290. The Koup has a rebate of $500 plus an additional $500 in bonus cash for a total of $1,000.

2010 Kia Optima –Starting MSRP of $18,690, which is at the upper end for most bad credit car loan buyers, but with $1,500 in customer cash plus another $500 in bonus cash.

2009 Kia Rondo – Only available as a 2009 model and it has a base MSRP of $18,190. It has a $2,000 in rebate cash plus Kia’s 10-year, 100,000-mile limited drivetrain warranty plus a 5-year, 60,000-mile basic warranty.

Request a free Kia price quote through us at and take advantage of these great deals.

Chevrolet has a wide variety of cars to American consumers. We get to pick from Classic models like the Corvette, the Camaro, to the Silverado truck and the ultimate large-family vehicle, the Suburban.

For the 2010 model year, Chevrolet offers six cars. Vehix gives us a roundup of their top 7 models for 2010.

2010 Chevrolet Aveo or Aveo 5: Considerably restructured for 2009, the Aveo and Aveo5 are generally remnant models for the 2010 model year, receiving only modest powertrain improvements that lead to slightly better fuel economy.

2010 Chevrolet Camaro: Chevrolet brings back to life the Camaro for 2010, taking design inspiration from the 1969 model, but with comprehensively up-to-date technology inside the cabin and under the hood.

2010 Chevrolet Cobalt: The Chevrolet Cobalt moves on short of substantial change for 2010, only adding two new colors and improving the list of gear in the optional My Link bundle.

2010 Chevrolet Corvette: One year after greeting the ultra-high-performance ZR1, the Corvette crew scores another new model for 2010—the Grand Sport, featuring wide-body styling, a wider track and race-bred suspension.

2010 Chevrolet Impala: The Impala carries over for 2010, with only a one or two of new colors and added equipment for mid-range 1LT models.

2010 Chevrolet Malibu: Updates for the 2010 Malibu embrace three new exterior colors and the replacement of the driver’s seat manual lumbar control with a new, power-adjustable control. Also, 17-inch chrome-clad wheels are standard on 2LT models, and the Malibu Hybrid model was dropped.

2010 continues to be a great year for companies such as Toyota, Ford, Chrysler and Honda.  According to, car sales in the U.S.A achieved a 20% gain when compared to April 2009.

Cash back, rebates and 0% financing offers for the past few months are responsible for this positive result. Overall sales only for Ford, increased in about 26% while GM brands report a 20% raise. Toyota and Honda are also reporting sales increase of 25% and 12.50% respectively.

The best cars to buy this month and also presenting the biggest cash-back rebates are: Ford Focus, GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Malibu.  Super deals on these models include either great financing or cash-back rebates.

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