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Search For Used & Salvage Ford Taurus From Online Auto Auctions

Ford Taurus is a highly successful sedan, first introduced by Ford in 1985. The Taurus is a very important vehicle for the entire American automotive industry as it brought numerous innovations and new features in its class. Even though it had the unusual front-wheel drive layout and a very aerodynamic design, it saved Ford from bankruptcy. It won Motor Trends’s Car of the Year award and it was also on the Car and Driver’s Ten Best list. The first four generations of Taurus featured a sedan and a station wagon option, but the latter was dropped in the latest generation. Read more

Search For Used & Salvage Dodge Grand Caravan From Online Auto Auctions

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

Used & Salvage Ford F250 for Sale at RideSafely Auto Auctions

The F-250 is a part of Ford’s Super Duty line of full-size pickup trucks which was first introduced in 1998. Over the years it has won many prestigious awards, such as the Popular Mechanics’ Best Workhorse, the Truckin’s Topline Pulling Power and the Best Resale Value Truck. Ford F-250 comes in three different cab sizes including the Standard, the Crew Cab and the SuperCab which features 2 reverse-opening doors. The list of options includes choices of two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive. Read more

Search For Used & Salvage Chevrolet Malibu at Online Auto Auction

The Malibu is a mid-size car first introduced as a separate nameplate by Chevrolet in 1978. It was always mainly a sedan, even though some generations of Malibu featured the coupe option as well as the five-door station wagon. It is one of Chevrolet’s most important nameplates, which is reflected by awards such as the Motor Trend’s Car of the Year which it has won. The first generation of Malibu featured a rear-wheel drive layout which was soon replaced by the front-wheel drive layout. The Malibu was often used by the police and other law enforcement agencies as a fleet vehicle.

Chevrolet Malibu always offered a choice of 4-cylinder or V6 engines, and from 2008 model year on it could have been purchased as a hybrid version.

In most cases people opt for the Malibu because it is a very elegant sedan choice jam-packed with numerous safety features, a very handsome exterior styling, excellent choice of engines and the smoothest automatic transmission.

Its main competitors include Ford Fusion, Toyota Camry, Honda Accord and Mazda6 Sports Sedan.

Throughout the years, the Malibu has gradually built its strong reputation and nowadays it is a very potent competitor which comes in various different trim levels. The most commonly sought after trim level is the LS. Pre-owned Malibu from 2010 remains the best value-for-money option for all potential owners as it can be purchased at online car auction for $2,000 to $14,000, depending on the condition. Silver, white and gray are the most popular colors.

Some owners have complained about the rear legroom, while certain others are dissatisfied with the performance provided by the automatic transmission. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the Malibu an overall “good” rating for both frontal offset and side impact crash tests. The latest generations of the Malibu are also awarded with the prestigious Top Safety Pick.


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Posted by RideSafely.com on Monday, January 23, 2017

 

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