Why buy a crappy car when you can have an awesome car? These are your picks for the must-have, most DRIVE-worthy cars going for 1/6 the price of the average new vehicle. With Mike and Zac from http://www.classiccarclubmanhattan.com/
Street Racing in Reykjavik: Iceland Part 1 of 3 - /LIVE AND LET DRIVE
Season 2 of LALD begins with Alex heading to Iceland to explore what it's
like driving in the fabled land of Vikings and Volcanoes. In this first
episode we cram into a Land Rover Defender and make our way into Reykjavik
with the hopes of learning something of the state of affairs in what was
once one of the wealthiest cities in the world... After getting lost in
search of one of the world's most famous hot dog stands we happen upon a
gathering of a few locals in a parking and begin to learn something about
Icelandic car culture.
TOP 5 BEST CARS UNDER $5,000!
Whats Up my Hamiltonians and Interwebby type people! I shot this about a
month ago and just never uploaded it, the Miley Cyrus Joke is outdated, but
the list is still valid! lol see you later!
Talking Cars with Consumer Reports #16: 2013 Reliability Data: The Ups and Downs
Find out what cars are reliable - and which ones are a pain - as we discuss
results from Consumer Reports 2013 Auto Reliability survey. This year's
survey has some surprises, including an unexpected fourth place finisher
for most-reliable brand. Learn how reliable the Tesla Model S is from
responses for over 600 cars. Complicated infotainment systems bring down
some brands, while others also struggle to launch reliable new models. We
also discuss what all of this means to a buyer, and highlight a change in
recommended models due to IIHS crash test results.
As with the other shows, this episode will also be available through the
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$500 Car Road Trip Part 1 - Buying Day
Rob, Vinny, and Matt take $500 each to the wholesale lots of Northern New
Jersey to try and secure drivable cars for their trip to Atlantic City.
This is a partial scene from Super Speeders 5 Out of Control available for
rental on youtube, or purchase from www.superspeeders.com or Amazon.com
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Top 5 Used Cars - Fifth Gear
Johnny brings you his top 5 affordable used cars with a 5 star Euro Ncap
rating, separated into five categories, City Car, Family Car, Estate, 4x4
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Best Cheap New Cars of 2013 - Autobytel's Top 10 Affordable Cars
http://www.autobytel.com/?id=32972 If you are on a budget like most
Americans then you are probably looking for a car that is affordable to buy
and cheap to own over the years. Let's take a look at 10 cheap cars from a
couple of different categories that are on sale here in the U.S.A. for the
2013 model year.
1) Nissan Versa - $11,990
The 2013 Nissan Versa still holds the title of the cheapest car on sale in
America. The Versa has a surprisingly large interior and ample trunk room
too. The engine is very fuel efficient offering a combined rating of 30
2) Ford Fiesta - $13,200
The 2013 Ford Fiesta is a very desirable car as it combines a cheap price
with sexy European styling. The 120 horsepower engine still
returns an average of 33 MPG. The Fiesta really stands out as one of the
best cheap cars for 2013 thanks to the host of standard features and
3) Kia Forte - $15,400
The 2013 Kia Forte is all about content and thus is loaded with features
such as: Bluetooth, steering wheel mounted controls, cruise control, and
adjustable power driver's seat just to name a few. The engine makes over
while still managing 29 MPG.
4) Chrysler 200 - $19,695
The 2013 Chrysler 200 and its sister car the Dodge Avenger are 2 of the
cheapest mid-sized sedans you can buy here in America. This car can serve
its owners well with a peppy 2.4 liter engine that makes 173 horsepower. Fuel economy
ratings are good with the Avenger and Chrysler 200 netting 29 MPG combined.
In a segment dominated by the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord, the Chrysler
200 and Dodge Avenger are the kings of value.
5) Chevrolet Impala - $25,860
The 2013 Chevy Impala is rare because it's a full sized sedan that retails
for about $25k. The 3.6 liter direct-injected V-6 makes 300 horsepower and is married to
a 6-speed transmission. The Impala has tons of interior room and comes
standard with a bevy of options including: power doors and windows, OnStar,
keyless entry and more.
6) Mazda MX-5 Miata - $23,720
The 2013 Mazda Miata is one of the best cheap convertibles out there. If
you are an enthusiast on a budget then this Miata is perfect. This may be
the most fun cheap car out there. The engine is both responsive and
durable. The Miata has been around for a while and over that time has
become one of the most decorated cars winning many awards.
7) Honda Insight - $18,600
As gas prices go up Hybrid cars become more popular and the 2013 Honda
Insight is the cheapest one on the market. With a combined fuel economy
rating of 42 MPG, the Insight Hybrid is also cheap to operate saving you
hundreds of dollars every year in gasoline savings. The 5-door hatchback
body style makes the Insight hybrid extremely practical.
8) Nissan Leaf - $28,800
For those who want to go ultra clean, the 2013 Nissan Leaf is an electric
car that can fulfill your needs. The $28k price tag is undercut by a $7500
Federal Tax Credit that helps make the Leaf one of the best cheap cars for
2013. The Leaf is a great riding vehicle and you will never have to stop at
a gas station.
9) Volkswagen Jetta TDI - $22,990
The 2013 Volkswagen Jetta TDI is a highly affordable car that delivers 34
MPG combined thanks to its clean diesel power plant. More and more
Americans are realizing that turbo
Diesel cars are fun to drive and very cheap and economical.
10) Subaru Impreza - $17,895
Rounding out the best cheap new cars list is the 2013 Subaru Impreza. This
model resides in a very competitive car niche and is often overlooked for
more popular compact cars like the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla. But the
Subaru Impreza is the only vehicle in that segment with AWD standard. Fuel
economy is excellent at 28 MPG, the car is fun to drive, and overall the
Impreza is a good cheap value.
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How To Quickly Check A Used Car For Purchase
Scotty Kilmer, mechanic for the last 46 years, shows how you can quickly
check out a used car BEFORE you buy a potential lemon. And, If you like my
car help, be sure to watch my live car talk show every Saturday morning at
10 AM CST on YouTube. I answer your car questions LIVE there. Just check it
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don't miss them.
Most Fun for $25,000 - CAR and DRIVER
With 25 grand in your pocket and fun a prime motivator, what do you go for:
a modestly sporting new car or a flamboyantly exotic used one?
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Used cars to avoid from Consumer Reports (2013)
After surveying car owners about 17 trouble spots on more than a million
vehicles, we know which used cars to avoid. Check out our free list of best
and worst used cars: http://bit.ly/ZIF6WL
What Classic Car Would You Crush? -- /ROAD TESTAMENT
Should baby-boomer "heritage cars" be pushed aside to make room for cars
appealing to a new generation of buyers? Should Ford ditch its history and
make the 2015 Mustang a
cutting-edge sports car? With Mike Spinelli and Leo Parente.
The Wall Street Journal on the 2015 Ford Mustang: