It seems that every year someone tries their hand at the luxury market, but forgets to realize that you have to have the street-cred and name to go along with luxury. And some others forget where they came from and that if they
Our next segment may be one which has been around for awhile and has been called many different names. But today it seems that ever since Mercedes-Benz released the CLS everyone wants into the Saloon market. It seems that more and more consumers are wanting sedans which look like more like a sports car than a basic sedan. But when it attracts the likes of Aston Martin and Porsche, then maybe it might be a bit too much.
With an ever-changing environment its not hard to take notice at an up-and-coming segment. And with more concern based on the environment and fuel economy it’s not all that hard to notice that more and more electric and
After a dismal year of sales for most companies and just a plain bad year for anything truck based, it seems that the truck market is still moving along. It may not be doing as good as it was back in late 2008 but it still is going good enough to add a few more models. Of course, for some it’s a must that they have to release new models since the competition just release a new product or that they need something else within their product line.
With a slow recovery and an added new friend, it seems that the SUV market will be staying with us for awhile longer. Although it may not be as strong as it once was it still has something that the crossover market doesn’t. And that is an aftermarket world. With a shift from off-road fun to family mover the SUV has come along way to the models we now have. Although most of the SUVs within the aftermarket world no longer can venture off roads, they still have style of that off road adventure.
It seems that just three years ago, all you hear about was a new SUV coming out. Nowadays it seems that every day all you hear are failing auto companies or a new type of crossover. But even with all of the bad news within the auto industry it seems that the mid-sized SUV-CUV segment is still running strong. With a shift now to smaller more fuel-efficient
From its humble beginnings in the 1940’s to the over glorified models of the past decade. The small SUV market seems to be leveling off now but with surge of interest into crossovers these days, it seems that the small SUV market is slowly becoming the small CUV market. With more of a demand for better fuel mileage, it just seems inevitable that the first SUV segment to make the changeover, would be the easiest one to switch.
With an ever-increasing interest in lower fuel consumption and a need to fill the gap which once was SUV’s, it seems that crossovers are the next big thing. With fuel ratings similar or sometimes better than cars, crossovers really seem to be taking off. With more and more models each year, and more
With the rise of gas prices and the demise of the mini-van, someone had to pick up the market share. Lucky for us the segment which wins in this category is one which has some of the best and worst designed cars. Of course, when I saw worst designed, I do mean worst designed cars ever made, and both