Whether you are just dreaming or you really have the cash on hand, the place to spot your dream car is one of the four major U.S. auto shows.  You’ll need to book tickets for Detroit in January, Chicago in February, New York in April, or Los Angeles in November of every year.

These four auto shows compete with each other for the most premieres and, of course, prestige. Eye candy ranges from the wildest automotive ideas to the sexiest, most luxurious vehicles on the market.  You”ll even find that the shows aren’t expensive, which is remarkable, given their size and scope.
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I’ll give it to you right away: it’s money!

If you love Ford in spite of its many recalls, wouldn’t mind owning a compact crossover, okay with the fact that Ford Escape has an average resale value, then the Ford Escape 2015 is the right choice for you.

In its third generation, after a total redo in 2012, the 2015 Ford Escape (base model costs $22.5K) is again one of the contending picks in the compact crossover utility vehicle market.

A true World car, its performance, fuel efficiency, agile handling and high tech features set it apart from the competition.

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Australian Made Cars you say?

Do they even make cars down-under?

Did they ever manufacture a decent automobile?

Of course they did, and not only that, the Australian car industry is trying very hard not to throw in the towel and to stay in the game, keeping the banner of Australian made cars held high.

Whether they will manage to do that or not remains to be answered in the coming years.

Our down-under (aka Australian) reporter, Aaron, writes about the top most recent Australian made cars carrying the infamous ‘Made in Australia’ tag, which you can buy today, should you ever trust an Australian car maker with your money, or drop by Australia for some Australian Holden buying frenzy, or you were an Australian looking out to buy a new car. Read more

Australia has a long history of love and obsession with classic cars and motoring. Ever since the former Prime Minister Ben Chifley watched the unveiling of the Holden FX, Australians have shown their love and passion for motoring and classic cars. The biggest car manufacturers in Australia are Holden (a subsidiary of GM) and Ford Australia.

Because of the exorbitant costs of manufacturing anything in Australia, some say the future won’t have any Australian-made cars, which gives more value to the old classic cars that stood out the test of time and tried to leave their mark in the motoring history books and in the memories of true car lovers and enthusiastic. This is a list of my top 10 classic cars built and manufactured on Australian soil.
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The year 2013 is already coming to a close, and it was a decent one for the car industry. But 2014 is just around the corner, and the new models are already hitting the market. If you have been looking to get a new car, but don’t want to break the bank, you can find some great options for under fifteen grand. Cheap cars should not mean to lower your expectations so much. For %15,000 you can get a decent car never the less, as our list of cheap cars in 2013 here shows you.

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Fuel Economy

The current wave of increases in gas prices served as a wake-up call for car buyers and manufacturers alike. According to a 2012 report by (a leading online resource for automotive information) the Audi A3 has made bigger strides in fuel economy since 2008 than any other vehicle on the U.S. market. It has increased its fuel economy 38.5 percent, from 21.0 mpg in its 2008 model year, to 29.1 mpg in its 2012 model year. The Chevy Equinox, placed second with a 32 percent growth in fuel economy in the last four years. Read more