Showing posts with label six-speed automatic. Show all posts
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Friday, June 14, 2013

If you want a fast and simple way to find a car for sale, then going on the Internet to find cheap cars for sale is a great way to do it. The Internet offers car buyers a way to search multiple places all over the Canada or even the world at the click of a mouse. You can also put into a search engine the price, make, model or even the color of car that you desire.

For instance, if you are searching for car for sale and want a used Mercedes or a used Porsche, then you can just put that into the search engine and watch the results pop up in Google. It's very easy to manage and you can find a car in your own neighborhood or anywhere you want to look.

In fact, here are a few of the top places to find a car for sale on the Internet:

AutoTrader.Ca is one of several websites where buyers can find cars for sale online. It lists more than three million different vehicles and shows listings from more than 40,000 dealers, as well as more than a quarter of a million private sellers too. This popular website attracts millions of car buyers every month and you can find cars like a used Porsche or a used Mercedes, or just about any sort of vehicle that you desire.

MonsterAuto.Ca is another place online to buy cars. It gets inventory from places like newspapers, and dealers. You can search by year and model of car to find the used car you desire.

Craigslist is another place that you can actually find great deals on cars online. Ads are free for the sellers and you can often find a really great car to buy. Be care though, because these are ads by personal sellers so you have to be aware that some of the ads could be scams. Be sure to have cars checked out by a mechanic if you buy one here.


Ebay has an auto section called ebay motors where you can find cars for sale too. You can actually bid on one and offer the seller the price you want to pay. It may seem weird to bid on a car, but it is a great way to get a deal for the car you love. Usually the seller posts photos and gives data on the car so the seller can find out the details and if a sale price is agreed upon, you will most likely have to go and pick up the car yourself.

All in all buying a car on the Internet can be an easy and worthwhile experience if you are careful and check out the vehicles you are interested in before buying. It is best to be able to see the car in person before you make your final decision to buy a car online.

Saturday, March 17, 2012

On Sale: Spring 2012
Base Price: $27,395
Drivetrain: 240-hp, 2.0-liter turbo I4/288-hp, 3.5-liter V6/365-hp, 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6; FWD/AWD, six-speed automatic
Fuel Economy: 2.0-liter turbo I4: N/A (FWD); 3.5-liter: 23 mpg (FWD), 21 mpg (AWD), 3.5-liter turbo: 20 mpg (AWD)

Having unveiled the 2013 Fusion at the Detroit auto show--hot on the heels of Frankfurt's Evos concept which heralded its styling direction--Ford had to do something to keep the Taurus from looking a tad long in the tooth. Hence this mid-cycle refresh.

The new front end gets a wider look to mitigate the sedan's tallish stance, while the rear is nicely spruced up with LED taillights bisected by a full-width chrome bar. The overall effect is zazzier, sportier and generally more pleasing to the eye. The extra-zoot SHO models also receive five-leaf cyber-clover wheels, new faux fender vents and a blackout mesh-grille treatment for a measure of menace.

Engine choices? Ford's got a few. The base engine is a four-cylinder 2.0-liter turbo. The mid-level engine is a naturally aspirated 3.5-liter V6, while the SHO gets a 365-hp, 350-lb-ft twin-turbo six, gaining 10 hp over the previous model.

The interior sees a fairly comprehensive redo that now incorporates fabric-wrapped pillars and a new dash with touch-sensitive buttons and a revised version of MyFord Touch, guaranteed to be somewhat less frustrating and a fair bit prettier.

By: Davey G. Johnson