The redesigned BMW 5 Series starts at $50,425, a $1,700 price bump from the previous model year. Arriving in dealerships this August, the 2014 BMW 5 Series receives an enhanced exterior, more technology, and a few changes under the bay.
New trapezoidal headlights and lower air intakes give the 5 Series a refreshed look for 2014. Side indicator lights are now integrated into the exterior mirrors, and xenon headlights are standard on all models. New features for the BMW 5 Series include a rear-seat entertainment system and hands-free → Read More
Consumers felt relief at the pump at the beginning of this month when prices sank to $3.50 around the nation. But just in time for Memorial Day, gas prices are creeping up again, reaching $3.62 on Monday.
Problems at several oil refineries are raising prices at gas pumps around the Midwest. Other than Hawaii, Minnesota currently has the highest gas prices in the nation, averaging $4.26 per gallon. North Dakota followed with the third highest prices at $4.19. Illinois and Nebraska came in close behind at $4.09 and $4.07 respectively. Alaska and California, which typically have the highest prices after Hawaii, averaged just above → Read More
Kia, a brand traditionally known for its economy cars, is taking a bold step by confirming the launch of a new luxury model in the U.S. Looking to secure a spot in the competitive premium car marketplace, Kia will introduce the Quoris luxury sedan in the U.S. next year.
The Quoris, which is expected to cost between $50,000 and $70,000, targets top-tier → Read More
Range anxiety and poor charging infrastructure have greatly hindered the growth of electric vehicles in the U.S., but according to a new study, this problem could be alleviated by 2020. The number of electric vehicle charging stations is set to increase tenfold by the end of the decade.
There will be an estimated 10.7 million charging stations around the world by 2020, a dramatic increase from just 135,000 in 2011. According to the data by IMS Research, the growth will be led by U.S., China, Japan, and Germany.
“While volumes may not reach the levels imagined in the hype of 2009, it is clear that there needs to be charging → Read More
Chrysler reached a milestone last week when a special Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition model rolled off the assembly line in Toledo, Ohio. The black JK brought the number of Wranglers produced to a cool million. The Wrangler JK was designed as a recreational vehicle after the World War II all-terrain military vehicle first built in 1941 and, like all Jeeps, is known for its off-road capabilities.
According to → Read More