Every manufacturing company wants to make great products. Great products get great reviews and make lots of sales, however sometimes things don’t go as planned. Sometimes a company makes a real dog of a product and consumers are the ones who get to live with it. In this article we worked with Kindle Dodge of Cape May Courthouse, NJ, a Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram dealer, and compiled a collection of several examples of cars that were really dumb ideas and never should have been built.
It’s every auto enthusiast’s dream. You hear about an “old car” that’s been in someone’s garage for years and you get invited to take a look at it. After you arrive, you open the barn doors and in the corner there’s a dusty tarp covering something large. You can see tires under the tarp and then the excitement starts – this is likely a car forgotten for decades. After you remove all the boxes and other objects off the top of the heap, you pull the tarp off and there it is: an unrestored, rare vintage automobile.
No one wants to intentionally damage their car but it still happens to the best of us. Usually it’s because of a busy lifestyle and a lack of time to focus on car-related things. Sometimes it’s just because the driver just isn’t aware that they are doing something damaging to their car. With the help of Kims Chevrolet of Laurel, MS, a factory authorized Chevrolet dealer, we put together a list of 6 different ways that drivers may be damaging their car when they drive.
We all know that cars can cost a lot of money. This is especially true when you have finally got that dream car you’ve wanted for years. That being said, many car owners neglect to take the time to make that investment last as long as possible. So it doesn’t happen to you, here’s a list of 7 tips that you can use to make your automobile last as long as possible.
If you ever need an example of “click-bait,” the title of this article would be a good one. After all, just imagine a car that actually runs on something as common as salt water. Who wouldn’t want to read about it? What’s amazing about this statement is one thing though – it’s true. There is a company called NanoFlowCell in the tiny country of Liechtenstein that is showing a prototype car powered by a fuel cell that is powered by a special type of salt water. With some assistance from Browns Chrysler of Patchogue, NY, a Chrysler, Dodge, Ram, Jeep dealer, we have the complete story.