6 key questions answered on new, used cars, trucks, SUVs

Looking for a deal on a car in the midst of the pandemic?

There are some to be had, but don’t expect everything to be on sale just because the economy is sputtering.

Automakers dialed back discounts in June after ramping them up in May, and interest rates have ticked upward after reaching historic lows.

But deals are still better than this time last year. Here are answers to six key questions about new- and used-car shopping.

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Clearing out last year’s models?

Are dealers trying to sell off 2020 models before the 2021 cars and trucks arrive? Not yet. About two months of downtime at most manufacturing plants due to the pandemic means that dealers don’t have a surplus of vehicles.

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The Benefits of Recycling Your Car

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Do you know that there are millions of cars that are being sold every day in various countries? This may have been a bit affected by the ongoing pandemic. Yet, a lot of people are trying their best to go back to normal. Those who still have spare money cannot help but try to purchase their own vehicle. Do you know that having your own car will let you contribute to environmental issues and problems? Have you ever considered to get Toronto cash for cars? This may actually be effective for your needs. Details can be available right here.

Reduce the Possibility of Greenhouse Gases

One of the reasons why you would like to reduce greenhouse gases is because the environment is definitely affected. When your car cannot be used that well anymore, it might be a big waste of space and also greenhouse gases. The newer cars … Read More

Coronavirus is a car sales roller coaster with an uncertain end

With no handy playbook, no precedents for the toxic economic fallout from COVID-19, the only thing predictable about auto sales is now unpredictability. And with viral spikes forcing fresh public restrictions — including in California, the nation’s largest auto market — any automotive recovery seems likely to follow the same topsy-turvy course.

Analysts say the worst may be over. But they can’t be sure. The pandemic drove auto sales to a sickly, 30-year-low in April, as Americans bought just 633,000 cars — down 53% from April 2019, and worse than any sales month of the Great Recession in 2009. 

June brought a few rays of hope. But June’s annualized selling rate of 12.9 million units was still a stark reminder of the booming 17.2-million pace of the previous June. Second-quarter sales at General Motors, Ford and FiatChrysler fell 30% or more. Tesla’s mere 5% drop —and a stock

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Coolest Convertibles For Sale On Motorious

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With warmer weather on the way, it’s time to get some fresh air in these impressive ‘Verts!

Nothing beats cabin fever like getting on the road and cruising around with the sun on your face, and wind blowing in your hair. To celebrate the return of warm weather and sunny days, we have picked our favorite convertibles you can find in our inventory right now.

1964 Pontiac GTO Convertible

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The GTO is an iconic poncho that ruled in its era. This first year GTO is the thing of Pontiac collector’s dreams. It was rotisserie restoration in August 2016, and appears to need nothing except a driver to slide behind the wheel.

1967 Pontiac Firebird 400

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This 1967 Pontiac Firebird 400 Convertible is the first year for the legendary nameplate. That’s why

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