In recent years, the Korean auto manufacturer Hyundai has not only improved their company reputation, but also their vehicles performance, style, functionality, and safety features.
For the just starting out family, money can be tight. Buying a new car might be out of the question, but fitting everyone into your little Mazda Miata from your single days just isn’t going to happen. Fortunately, there are many used cars out there in an affordable price range. If you have been crawling through your local used car finder apps, see if you find any of these family cars for sale.
As a responsible parent, of course, you want to make sure that your new teen driver is going to be in a vehicle that is safe and reliable. Your teen on the other hand likely has grandiose visions of being behind the wheel of a 2015 SS Camaro, an SRT Challenger or a GT Mustang.
There was a time when safety features of a car were an afterthought. Today’s automobiles come standard equipped with many car safety features that we do not even think about such as seat belts with shoulder harnesses, and airbags. New laws are coming on the books regarding rear facing cameras and other safety features that will improve our ability to operate our vehicles in a safe and effective manner. These laws are not retroactive though, so many cars are sitting on lots at this very moment that are not equipped with all the latest safety features.
Did you know that the Mike Duman Auto Superstore has a Certified Gold Star used vehicle program?
These are vehicles that are on our lot and have been gone over by our ASE certified technicians who certify them using our 50-point inspection system!
The name Z/28 will be forever linked with the Chevrolet Camaro. In reality, it was a simple three digit, alphanumeric GM sales code for a "Special Performance Package" that was introduced in December 1966.
GM wanted to challenge the Mustang on all fronts and compete with it in the Trans Am series recently created by the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA).
Road trips are a great American pastime! There are so many amazing places to see in this country, Yellowstone, The Statue of Liberty, the National Zoo, and some road trips like Route 66, the trip is the destination! So after all your planning, you pick out a road trip playlist, pack a few bags and you’re ready to hit the open road! What could make such an all-American endeavor even more perfect? You must have the right road trip car! Here are a few of our favorite Chevy cars and trucks to take on a ramble!
Whether you’re looking for a week of adventure, or just day trips in Virginia, this state has a lot to offer. Touring drivers are in heaven here, as scenic drives in Virginia are plentiful. To list every road trip destination in one article would be absurd (there have been entire books written on the subject) but these are our top five favorite Virginia road trip getaways!
Most people are not out buying cars because their bank account is overflowing (but if you have that problem, let me know!) We buy cars because we need them to get to work, to school, and to cart our kids around from practice to games, and those field trips to the zoo. A car is one of the most expensive purchases you will make. Getting the right car for your wants and needs takes time and effort.
When visiting a car dealer, you might hear the salesmen say a lot of things that you don’t totally get. Over the years, car salesmen have developed their own car sales lingo based on their experience with selling cars and interacting with customers. Not all phrases are things that pertain to customers. A car that has had problems from the moment the first key hit the ignition is called a “lemon”, or a “Friday Afternoon” car, but that is something more commonly said between a salesman and a service person.