понедельник, 20 ноября 2017 г.

2016 Honda Odyssey EXL 12k Miles $20,000

2016 Honda Odyssey EXL 12k MilesFully loaded Options Navigation Automatic headlights,  heated mirrors,  power-sliding side doors,  keyless ignition and entry,  tri-zone automatic climate control Leather And more     


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2006 Nissan Sentra

2006 Nissan Sentra $1500:

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Tesla's Semi truck gets revealed

Tesla's Semi truck gets revealedTesla Semi will be introduced in 2019 but we already have some details about it. It will surely have an electric motor with a practical manage of around 500 miles. The 5-second 0 to 60 time is achieved, admittedly, without a trailer. But even with a full 80,000-pound load stuck to its bottom this truck can accelerate to 60 mph in 20 seconds.


Another interesting statistic suggests it climbs 5% grades at a steady 65 mph, as opposed to 45 mph for a regular hauler. What’s more, there is a regenerative braking system that recovers 98% of kinetic energy to the battery. And I’m sure you’ve already heard Musk talking about this massive thing being more dynamic than a Bugatti Chiron

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Used car sales to rise in 2018

Used car sales to rise in 2018: U.S. new vehicle sales are going to decline in 2018, but economists say used vehicle volume will grow 2 to 5% next year. The added used volume should help franchised dealers offset lower new vehicle sales, but independent dealers face greater competition for inventory, a panel of economists told the combined Used Car Week conference and National Auto Auction Association convention here.


The used vehicle industry can expect a strong general economic climate but will face continued challenges of shrinking margins, lower vehicle prices, disruptive technologies and political and regulatory uncertainty, the panelists agreed. More used vehicles re-entering the marketplace will further depress prices in 2018, said Tom Kontos, chief economist at KAR Auction Services, who predicted used volume will rise as much as 5 percent in 2018. Ira Silver, NAAA chief economist, forecast 2 to 3 percent higher used vehicle volume next year.

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пятница, 17 ноября 2017 г.

Dallara Stradale- for those who don't know what to do with their money

Dallara Stradale- for those who don't know what to do with their moneyDallara has revealed its first road legal car, and as you might have realized from the pictures it is not a piece of pie anyone would like, it’s more for those who aren’t interested in getting apractical car. At present it’s left-hand drive only. There are no doors. Don’t be silly; that would ruin the cooling system design, which sees enclosed channels running within the bodywork from the nose to the mid-mounted 2.3-litre turbocharged Ford EcoBoost engine.


There’s no power steering ‘in the interests of purity.’ There’s no windscreen. As standard you get a minimal and fairly useless wind deflector ahead of each occupant, sort of like screens on motorbike fairings. You can also have a roof for just under £7000 and two top-hinged sort-of-but-not-really doors for almost the same price. All plus VAT.

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70 members of the U.S. House of Representatives go against Trump?

70 members of the U.S. House of Representatives go against Trump?: Trump administration gets urged by a bipartisan group of more than 70 members of the U.S. House of Representatives not to boost current production requirements on vehicle content for autos produced in the region under the North American Free Trade Agreement. Under the trade deal, at least 62.5 percent of the material in a car or light truck made in the region must be from North America to be able to enter the marketplace tariff-free.


The Trump administration has proposed raising the proportion of NAFTA content to 85 percent and securing 50 percent of the total for the U.S. The House members include many from auto-producing states such as Representative Mark Sanford of South Carolina, Steve Cohen of Tennessee, Mike Bishop of Michigan and Terri Sewell of Alabama. In a letter seen by Reuters, they wrote that the push by U.S. negotiators "would eliminate the competitive advantages provided to the U.S. auto industryunder the current NAFTA rules -- or lead to rejection by Canada and Mexico and the end of the agreement."

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четверг, 16 ноября 2017 г.

Retailers up in October thanks to vehicle sales

U.S. retail sales unexpectedly rose in October as an increase in purchases of motor vehicles and a range of other goods offset a decline in demand for building materials, suggesting consumer spending remained fairly strong early in the fourth quarter. Retail sales increased 0.2 percent last month. Data for September was revised to show sales jumping 1.9 percent rather than the previously reported 1.6 percent advance. Retail sales increased 4.6 percent on an annual basis.
Economists forecast that retail sales would be unchanged in November. The slowdown from September’s robust pace largely reflected an unwinding of the boost to building materials and gasoline prices after recent hurricanes. Receipts at car dealerships increased 0.7 percent after soaring 4.6 percent in September. Sales at gardening and building material stores fell 1.2 percent last month after surging 3.0 percent in September. Receipts at service stations decreased 1.2 percent in October. That followed a 6.4 percent gain in September. Read more