Pickup Trucks

Toyota Announces Prices for 2011 Tacoma Pickup Truck

Toyota announced manufacturer’s suggested retail prices (MSRP) today for the 2011 Tacoma, the best-selling compact pickup truck in North America.

The base MSRP for the 2011 Tacoma will range from $16,365 for the Regular Cab 4×2 equipped with a 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine and five-speed manual transmission, to $27,525 for the Tacoma Double Cab 4×4 long bed with a 4.0-liter V6 and five-speed automatic.

For 2011 Toyota has discontinued three low volume manual transmission models and added five four-cylinder, four-speed automatic models.  The new models include: Access Cab 4×2 PreRunner; Double Cab 4×2; Double Cab 4×2 PreRunner; Regular Cab 4×4, and Access Cab 4×4. read more »

Passenger Cars

Nissan Announces U.S. Pricing for 2011 Nissan Versa

Nissan today announced U.S. pricing for the 2011 Nissan Versa Sedan and Versa Hatchback, which are on sale now at Nissan dealers nationwide. With a starting Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of just $9,990 USD – unchanged from 2009 – the Versa Sedan 1.6 Base retains its position as one of the lowest priced new cars available in the United States market.

Versa enhancements for 2011, following an extensive list of changes for the last model year, include the addition of an in-dash 6-disc CD player for the Sedan 1.8 S, and the addition of Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) for the Versa Sedan 1.6 (except 1.6 Base).

The front-wheel drive Nissan Versa continues to provide excellent fuel efficiency without sacrificing performance or roominess.  Versa features one of the highest standard horsepower/torque ratings and largest interiors in the entry-level segment.   read more »

Sports Cars

New Car Or Used Car?

Brand new cars are great. They smell great, they run great, they feel great. But they cost money, and a heck of a lot of it. So why not opt for buying a used-car instead? It could just be the best decision you make this year! Firstly, you’ll save money, because not only will the motor be less expensive overall, the seller will be more inclined to negotiate a price – a new car salesman will be instructed not to drop below a certain price, a private seller can go to as little as he or she sees fit.

Maybe they’ll need cash in a hurry and want a quick sale. Buying from a regular car-owner rather than a showroom executive or salesman also means less pressure. The latter sellers work on a commission basis, when they see you driving into the car-lot, their intentions are to try their hardest to get you to buy a car – their monthly wage is affected by it, therefore their persuasive techniques can often be quite forceful and overt. However, when buying from a private seller, the atmosphere is far more relaxed. Sure, the seller wants a sale, they want money in their pocket, but if the asking price is decent, and the car is in good condition, they’re likely to sell it even if you don’t buy it. read more »

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