Archive for April, 2014

With gas prices staying steady and not projected to drop anytime soon, eco-friendly vehicles are the most sought vehicles on the market. At, we have taken the liberty to give you our list of the top five green cars of 2014.

#5) Honda Accord Hybrid – Honda’s best-selling sedan, the Accord, produces a hybrid version that gives consumers all the amenities of the Accord with the improved fuel economy of a hybrid.

#4) Nissan Leaf – Nissan’s Leaf is a compact, five-door hatchback electric car that has a combined fuel economy of 115 miles per US gallon gasoline equivalent. It is a newcomer on the market, but early sales numbers are good, with over 100,000 sold as of January 2014.

#3) Toyota Prius – The Toyota Prius falls into 3rd place on our list. It is the most popular and longest in production of the bunch. They are sold in 80 different countries and regions and has sold over 3 million vehicles

#2) Tesla Model S – Coming in 2nd is Tesla’s Model S, full size, five door liftback sedan. This beauty is the most expensive of the bunch, but is well worth it for fuel economy of 89 miles per gallon gasoline equivalent.

#1) BMW i3 – BMW’s first zero emissions, mass produced electric vehicles are also stocked with carbon fiber reinforced plastic to improve energy consumption.

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Dodge showed off its newly redesigned Charger at the auto show in New York. Some of you might ask why the need to redesign? The Charger enjoyed a strong sales year last year, up 19% to almost 100,000 cars sold. Those numbers place the Dodge Charger near the top of the list for best-selling full-size cars. So why change again? Dodge has not had a strong start this year, down 4.4% over last year’s totals so far. And with the loss of full-size car market share to the smaller and more efficient mid-size class, the Charger has to stand out in the crowd.

The modifications that stand out the most on the Charger is the body. Dodge said they have modified nearly all of the body panels, giving it a sleeker, more contemporary look. They kept the V-6 and V-8 engines to attract those buyers who like a little muscle with their cars. But with an 8 speed automatic transmission that comes standard on all Chargers, the fuel economy is slightly improved. The interior also improved, with a 7 inch digital screen in the instrument panel and a 5 or 8.4 inch touchscreen infotainment system.

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Amid all the recall news on almost every channel around the country, there is some good news that should be spread. Automakers are still doing their best to compete with low lease deals and high value rebates on new cars, trucks and SUVs. Here are a few of the many deals you may find on

Lease Deals
Small SUVs leases are leading the way with low financing and minimal amounts to put down. For instance, you may find the 2014 Mazda CX-5 is $229 a month for three years with approximately $2000 down. The 2014 Honda CR-V may be leased in your area for around $209 per month for three years or they have a 0 down option with higher payments per month (around $60 – $80 more per month for the 0 down option). The newly redesigned Nissan Rogue may be found for around $219 per month for three years and close to $2600 due at signing.

Rebate Deals
Nissan may be found offering a $2000 cash rebate on the 2014 Maxima. Also rebate deals have been found up to $3500 on the 2014 Nissan Titan. Chevy can be found offering up to $2259 cash back on their 2014 Malibu, up to $1500 cash back on the Tahoe, Traverse and Suburban! The 2014 Silverado is Chevy’s best deal with up to $8100 in truck month discounts and incentives.

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Well March new vehicle sales numbers are in and the names you’d expect to see are still dominating. Ford’s F-Series trucks came in at number one with 70,940 units sold in March 2014. That is a 5.1 % increase over March 2013’s totals. Coming in second place was Ram’s Pickup line, with 42,532 units sold. That is a 25.7% increase over last March, the biggest increase of any of the top 10. Chevy Silverado finished third with 42,247 units sold. That was a 6.8% increase over last year.

With truck sales dominating the top three spots over the winter months, Toyota’s Camry finished a strong fourth, with 41,953 units sold, just missing the top three by 300 units. Camry enjoyed a 11.4% increase over last March’s total and are only down 6.5% YTD. The Nissan Altima finished fifth with 35,921 units sold, and the only one of the top 5 that had a negative change over last March’s units sold. The rest of the top ten were the Honda Accord, Ford Fusion, Toyota Corolla/Matrix, Ford Escape and Honda CRV.