Christmas came early this week for many SUV fans as Ford reintroduces the 2021 Bronco back into the market. It has been 25 years, and to be honest, I do not know much about Fords or anything about the Bronco previously. I do, however, have to admit, it looks pretty badass.
If there were anything to take from this whole pandemic, it would be a sharper focus on cleanliness. Granted, we should always be washing our hands (with soap, of course!) but there will always be that little voice in our heads to be mindful of what we touch, and now who we get into contact with.
For as long as I can remember (at least going back to after I graduated from college), it became an annual tradition to attend the New York Auto Show with a couple of my friends. It was nothing special, but something a couple of my guy friends and I would do – get together, explore all the vehicles,
Most banks are tightening up their belts in order to mitigate the risks associated with the coronavirus pandemic. Finance Managers may notice that it is not as easy as it used to be, to get their customers approved. And even then, they might have to either get creative or fulfill a full line of stip
Imagine, as you will, driving down the New Jersey Turnpike, on your way to the beach, windows down (or if you’re lucky enough, top-down in your convertible), and the music blasting on a gorgeous summer day. Now imagine that you’re driving and all of a sudden, you see a massive pothole coming at you
With everything going on around us today, trade-in vehicles have hit an all-time high in regard to negative equity, in the month of April. According to Edmunds, 44% of new vehicle sales that included a car being traded in, had negative equity. In April, the average was about $5571, an increase, comp