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Howdy, fellas! You’ve heard about different engine configurations in your cars, right? Yeah, these digits and letters may seem confusing for those who aren’t petrolheads. While buyers’ needs have been evolving and some prefer efficiency over performance, it’s hard to find an engine type that will suit everybody. That’s why automakers have contributed to developing a wide diversity of car engine types. We’re breaking them down in this blog and explaining what’s what. Brief Overview…

Hey gearheads, do you know you have to consider many aspects when buyin’ a car? Things like fuel efficiency, body style, maintenance costs, and more. Nevertheless, transmission shouldn’t be overlooked, either. This element predefines your drivin’ experience. While automatic transmission reigns the market, manual is left to sophisticated sports cars, and vehicles with CVT haven’t gotten such popularity yet. However, they’re cool, especially for runnin’ errands. In this blog, we’re takin’ a close look at…

The big, old, and slow SUVs of years past are, well… in the past. From a willingness to suffer poor gas mileage for the sake of power and size to recognition as some of the top performers all around, we’ve come a long way since the SUV class rose to popularity. Between 1975 and 1985, average fuel economy for light trucks increased from 11.6 to 19.5 miles per gallon. Nowadays, we scoff at 19.5: modern SUVs…

If you read the news regularly (or ever, really) you already know that climate change is a serious issue. Technology in all fields has taken an interest in improving our resource consumption while reducing humanity’s carbon footprint in response. The automotive industry has certainly followed, and electric vehicles (EVs) are no exception. Major car companies like Chevrolet, Nissan, and Hyundai as well as motorcycle manufacturers like Harley-Davidson (with their 2020 LiveWire) have shown increased focus…

If you love being in the mountains or driving anywhere outside of the city, chances are you care about your environmental impact too. There are many viable options to make the hike to the hills – although not on foot – and limit the damage we cause. Typical 4X4 and older AWD vehicles have heavier gas and oil consumption than newer SUV’s and Crossovers, but if you want to keep your emissions green and still…

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