Cadillac is an American icon. It is the second oldest American automobile brand behind Buick, and by the time it was purchased by General Motors in 1909, it had already established itself as one of America’s best luxury automakers.
The Crossover is typically defined by its combination of features taken from sport utility vehicles (SUV) and passenger vehicles—especially hatchbacks or station wagons. Utilizing the unibody construction type, the Crossover design generally includes items such as high H-point seating, tall interior packaging, a high center of gravity, all-wheel drive, independent rear suspension, car-like handling, superior […]
The Jeep manufacturer has been offering vehicles to the masses for many years. Its 2016 lineup consists of some rock-solid choices for consumers who love SUVs and crossovers. So many fine choices exist that it is difficult to select only a few to discuss, but we’ve done our best. The following are some of Jeep’s […]
As one of the most popular automakers in the United States, Honda enjoys a reputation for quality, value, and thoughtful design that has made its customers some of the most loyal for more than 30 consecutive years. For the 2016 model year, Honda is doubling down on the most important aspects of its U.S. business: […]
The Ford Motor Company incorporated in 1903, manufacturing and marketing automobiles and commercial vehicles under the Ford brand. It has produced trucks and tractors since 1908 and small transit buses since 1936. By 1914, Ford’s assembly-line car production and workforce management were widely used around the world. Today, Ford is the second-largest US automaker and […]