Heads up display (HUD) reduces your chance of experiencing a dangerous distraction while driving by displaying critical information like your speed and navigation directions right in your line of sight so that you don’t have to look away from the road to know what turn you need to make next.
If you’re looking to do lighter work, say driving from the ‘burbs, staying on streets, and occasionally hitting Home Depot, then you have a different set of needs from a truck.
Park assist makes it easier to parallel park or maneuver the car in tight spaces, since the vehicle is designed with multiple sensors that alert you when you have turned too much.
Intelligent Brake Assist is Nissan’s technology package that helps avoid rear-end collisions. Nissan engineers find this important because nearly half of all two-vehicle crashes are rear-end collisions according to the NHTSA.
In the universe that is the automotive marketplace, there are two parties that dominate the landscape – people who purchase vehicles outright and people who sell those vehicles. However, there does exist a third and often times overlooked collection of consumers who make the decision to lease vehicles.
Despite relatively low demand, certain consumers turn to electric and hybrid vehicles in order to help them cut down on fuel costs, or because the greener option aligns with their values.
For individuals looking to participate in a ride share service like Uber or Lyft, you’ll need a vehicle that is reliable, fuel efficient, spacious, and comfortable. Here’s a look at what to consider.
If you’ve been in the market for a new to you vehicle and have a growing family or regularly haul cargo, equipment or just lots of groceries, you may be comparing minivans, crossovers, and SUVs. While those vehicles are excellent choices, there’s another vehicle type worth considering – the wagon.
Europeans have looked favorably on the little hatchback for decades. With gas prices more than twice the cost of fuel in the States, EU drivers look to the hot hatch for the unique blend of fuel economy, sports car handling, and minivan utility.
The Toyota Corolla is the world’s best-selling car, while the Honda Accord has been on Car & Driver’s 10 Best List more than any other vehicle. Which begs the question – which one do you need?