Archive for November, 2010

If you are looking to buy one of the best hybrid cars that is competing with well known Lexus and Ford, Lincoln is the way to go.

With an luxurious yet not huge look, Lexus has conquered the world of preferred hybrids.

The Lincoln MKZ Hybrid meets the following characteristics:

  • Pricing: Starting at $34,340.
  • Fuel Economy: 41 MPG in the city and 36 on the highway.
  • Engine: 2.5-liter V4 gas engine, generates 156 horsepower coupled with a 106 horsepower electric engine.
  • Transmission: Six-speed automatic.
  • Warranty: Backed by Ford’s standard 3-year/36,0
  • Car Safety Features: Reverse and cross-traffic sensors, antilock disc brakes, front side airbags and side curtain airbags.

Exterior

  • Fog lamps and sensors.
  • Convex mirror in the upper outer part of the side view mirrors, allowing the driver to see everything that appears in the blind spot.
  • Acoustic windshield laminate which reduces external noises.

Interior

  • Ford MyKey system
  • New seats
  • SYNC system
  • Driver memory functions
  • Heated and chilled front

Stylish but very secure, the 2011 Volkswagen Jetta TDI Clean Diesel was chosen as the Best Family Car this fall.

This hybrid fuel efficient car is B5 bio-diesel fuel compliant. B5 is 95% petroleum and 5% renewable diesel. This means that it produces 5% less CO2 than 100% petroleum. Volkswagen is the first manufacturer to warranty B5 bio diesel. By using bio diesel fuel, your current carbon footprint is: for every 1% of bio-blend added, you decrease your CO2 emissions by 1%. It is powered by a two-liter 115-horsepower engine and five-speed manual transmission, it is standard with electronic stability control and complimentary scheduled maintenance for the first three years or 36,000 miles. A value-priced base model starts under $16,000.

Jetta TDI was up against all time favorite Hyundai Sonata and the new Suzuki Kizashi. If you are looking for a new family car, come check the best car prices when you visit our main page!

If you are looking to get a new car now, you might want to hold back and wait for end of November-beginning of December to do so, as they are most likely to have the greatest promotions. Most SUVs, luxury cars and trucks will get rid of older models and make room for newest vehicles.

Overall speaking even though the auto industry remains very cautious about giving away big cash rebates and other incentives, many automakers will offer bargains and end of year sales. While some automakers kept incentives flat, others (Honda and Toyota ), increased on rebates. Honda’s incentives were double last year’s, and Toyota’s were up 50 percent.

According to auto experts, clients will come back when all holiday propaganda and hot deals hit the media on different type of cars. Steve Jett, Marketing Communications Manager for Lexus nationwide says: “This whole idea about giving a car as a gift, it’s one of the long-standing holiday commercial campaigns that has really resonated with the luxury consumer”.

Toyota is more likely to maintain big rebates for the rest of the year while Ford is maintaining its promotions of 15% off sticker price on some of their models.

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