When it comes time to replace your current set of wheels, you will have a lot of important decisions to make. You will spend your time researching facts and figures, poring over reliability statistics and the results of government safety tests. You will check out the rates on car loans, calculate your payment and head to the dealership ready to drive home a bargain. But there is one loose end you will still have to deal with – what to do with your old car, truck or SUV. Read more
The Grand Caravan is the long-wheelbase version of the Caravan, a minivan first introduced by Dodge in 1984. This version was introduced in 1987 and it has outlived its short-wheelbase counterpart which was discontinued in 2007. The Caravan is the world’s first minivan, and it has won numerous prestigious awards such as the Motor Trend’s Car of the Year. It was also included on the Car and Driver’s Ten Best list several times. The first and the current generation could only be purchased in the front-wheel drive form, while all the others featured a four-wheel drive option as well. Read more
The TL is a highly successful mid-size sedan first introduced by Acura in 1995. It is one of the most successful and bestselling sedans offered on the North American market and it has gone on to win numerous prestigious awards throughout the years. Since its inception it featured a front-engine and front-wheel drive layout, but the latest generation saw the introduction of a four-wheel drive system as well. Read more
The Tahoe is a full-size SUV introduced by Chevrolet in 1995. It is one of Chevrolet’s most successful vehicles and it has won numerous awards such as the prestigious Truck of the Year award given by the Motor Trend magazine. The first generation of Tahoe could be purchased as a two-door or four-door version, while the newer generations come only in four-door guise. There are also rear-wheel drive only and four-wheel drive options available. Read more
Toyota RAV4 is the world’s first compact crossover SUV, and its sales in Northern America began in 1996. Its success is based on the fact that it efficiently combines the high visibility, excellent seating position, safety features and the all-wheel drive of an SUV with the precise handling and better fuel efficiency of smaller, compact cars. Ever since its introduction, it came in two different wheelbase configurations with two or four doors, and the first generation even included the EV version which was a fully-electric plug-in vehicle produced in smaller numbers for fleet lease. Read more
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