Rosetta Tordis sedan, 2017-08-22 00:06:30. All these factors play into the increase in value and shortage of used cars. With the Clash for Clunkers government policy, we saw consumers purchase many new cars and the scrapping of the trade-ins which could have been sold on the used car market today. Next, the credit crisis slowed down the output of new cars which, at this point, would have been fueling the used car market. Hand-me-downs have also caused shortages in the supply of used cars in the market. All three facts above have affected the supply of used cars. Japans unfortunate events have also led to the increased demand for used cars, because shortages in the supply of new. Factoring in the variables of a decrease in supply and an increase in demand, and other contributing variables, one can understand that the market has balanced itself to a place where 2011 values and prices are 30% higher than they were in 2010.
Anushka Banister sedan, 2017-08-22 10:15:19. Whether you've got a vintage or classic vehicle, car insurance is essential. For some vehicles you may need to go to a specialist insurer, who will understand the specifics of your car and differences between how a classic car driver will drive compared to an owner of a modern car. Remember to tell the insurance company how often you use the car and where it is kept. It's important to remember that some insurers will assume that a classic car will be kept in a garage and driven a minimal number of miles per year.
Amor Pistis sedan, 2017-08-21 07:03:21. Hot rods have an abundance of chrome parts, they fatten up the tires for extra traction, engine is modified and some body panels are removed. Most hot rods are typically painted with a design of flames behind the front wheels. A typical hot rod is heavily modified by replacing the engine and transmission, a few other components, including brakes and steering. Building a hot rod requires skills in mechanics, welding, automotive paint and body work.
Doubravka Tamara sedan, 2017-08-21 06:15:27. Looking for the 2013 Nissan Altima Coupe and Sedan? For drivers who appreciate sharp handling, the 2013 Nissan Altima Coupe and Sedan excels. It connects with its driver and inspires confidence. It's steady and predictable in extreme handling situations. As a tradeoff, its suspension is firm compared to other midsize cars, so it isn't as smooth over bumps. Best known as a midsize sedan, 2013 Nissan Altima is also available in a coupe version. Four-cylinder, V6, and gas/electric hybrid powertrains are offered. Each version of the 2013 Nissan Altima has sharper handling than is expected in a mainstream midsize car. This gives the 2013 Nissan Altima a unique place among the Honda Accords, Toyota Camrys, and Ford Fusions of the world. The standard four-cylinder engine delivers ample power with good fuel economy. It is rated at 175 horsepower and 180 pound-feet of torque (170 and 175, respectively, in California). The available V6, closely related to the engine in Nissan's 370Z sports car, delivers exciting performance, with 270 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque.
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