The Cadillac Cimarron was an entry-level luxury vehicle produced by General Motors in the 1980s to compete against its budding European rivals. It was a good idea in theory at the time, but was poorly planned and executed, and was nearly the downfall of Cadillac.
It's no secret that auto leasing is making a come back; in fact, auto makers and banks are making every effort to capture every opportunity in this diverse and every changing industry. However, leasing is not for everyone and the purpose of this article is separate myth from the facts and help you understand how leasing works and if it really benefits you and your lifestyle.
When you think of some iconic All-American symbols, what comes to mind? For starters, rugged American trucks have made a name for themselves and have quite a following in the United States. The pickup trucks like the Ford F150, Dodge RAM, and GMC Sierra (or Chevy Silverado) are strong, yet give their owners a feel of luxury that combines the best of both worlds. This overview highlights some of the most popular American made legends and their evolution from the time they were introduced all the way up to the present.
You may be a fan of Italian cars, but have you ever heard of this one?
The Lamborghini Huracan is the 2014 model designed to replace the Gallardo, which was the company's best selling model ever. The Volkswagen-owned company is looking to the new car's combination of power, price and looks to drive sales, but does the Huracan have what it will take to walk that walk?