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April 2013 Blog Posts

  • Best Autos under $35,000 for Driving Enthusiasts

    2013 Chevorlet Camaro

    Many auto shoppers are looking for a car that offers more than just a way to get from point a to point b. MSN Autos profiled 15 different autos under $35,000 that they consider built for drivers who love to drive. These cars are fast, sporty, well equiped, and affordable. The first 10 are profiled below. For the full list and more information check out the article here. Details on each vehicle are also available on AutoBuying101.com just by clicking the links provided in the title for each vehicle.

  • Cadilac ATS: Award Winning Car Packed With Tech

    2013 Cadillac ATS

    Th 2013 Cadilac ATS has been getting rave reviews ever since it was introduced in 2011 at the North American International Auto Show. The car has won:

    • Motor Press Guild Vehicle of the Year
    • Popular Mechanics magazine Luxury Car of the Year
    • 2012 Esquire Car of the Year
    • 2013 North American Car of the Year
    • 2013 Urban Car of the Year by Decisive magazine

    This compact luxury car is also loaded with technology features. In 2012 Cadillac launched the “Cadillac User Experience” or CUE. The ATS features an 8-inch touchscreen with touch-sensitive buttons, similar to many smartphones. Haptic feedback provides the ability to use the system by feel without taking your eyes off the road.

  • 10 Tips for Rainy Day Driving

    Rainy day driving

    Spring showers might be great for flowers but they can be a nightmare for drivers. Wet weather wreaks havok on the roads and accidents increase with the rainfall numbers. Fortunately there are several things you can do to keep from adding to the statistics.  Here are 10 tips for driving in wet weather.

    Slow Down - Rainfall mixes with oil and grime on the roads making them much more slick, leading to skids. Slowing down keeps more of the car's tire treads on the road providing more traction, and less skidding. Driving too fast through a puddle can also cause hydroplaning. Most people forget this tip so it pays to be extra alert when driving in the rain.