Buyers looking for spacious, practical family-friendly choices have more choice than ever. Compact cars and small crossovers - which are now larger and more useful than ever - have eaten away at the midsize segment's market share. Nonetheless, the well-equipped, handsomely styled Hyundai Sonata remains an excellent choice with much to offer buyers.
The Subaru Outback crossover stands out in its segment thanks to its light off-road capability wrapped in a wagon-like bodystyle. It’s also one of the few sport utilities in its price range to offer advanced safety features like pre-collision braking, an item that’s included in the new-for-2013 EyeSight driver-assist system. Other technologies packaged in the EyeSight system include lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, and pedestrian detection. EyeSight works in conjunction with a stereo camera that monitors the road ahead.
Overview Go-anywhere, limited-edition SUV thrives in hostile environments. Pros Unique styling cues, all-weather traction, four-season convertible.Cons Poor tire selection for off-road use.Value for money Good
The condensed story of import drag racing thus far: Toyota, Mazda, and Datsun tuners began late-night street racing within the confines of Los Angeles county's industrial parks sometime during the '80s. Honda owners enlisted just after the turn of the decade. By the mid-'90s, sanctioned drag racing events emerged throughout California; privateer racers with little backing and little money trailblazed Hondas to historic 11-, 10, and 9-second passes; spectators crowded the stands.
Making a car donation in San Diego can benefit your neighbors in need. Father Joe’s Villages accepts donated cars of any make and model, whether the car is barely used or barely working. We make the process easy on you; all you have to do is fill out the form and we’ll take care of the rest, from pick-up to processing. After all is said and done, you’ll receive a tax write-off receipt for your donation. Your donated car could help an individual or a family get on the fast track to recovery. Donate today!
The Electronic Vehicle Information Center (EVIC) features a driver-interactive display. The display is located in the lower part of the tachometer on the right side of the instrument cluster. This system conveniently allows the driver to select a variety of useful information by pressing the switches mounted on the center stack of the instrument panel. The EVIC displays information related to the following:
Colorado law requires that motor vehicle owners must register their vehicle with the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles before taking it on the road. Both new and second-hand vehicles must be registered, regardless of whether they are purchased from a dealer or an individual. In addition, new Colorado residents who have registered their vehicle in another state must register their vehicle in Colorado. The initial vehicle registration must be done in person, and registration renewals must be done annually, either in person, online or by mail.