e’ve all learned to drive at some point, but many New Jersey drivers fail to understand how a vehicle works (and breaks) at its most basic level.
BMW is releasing two new electric vehicles this year: the BMW i3 and the BMW i8. And by the tone of early reviews, they may have a serious competitor for leading sustainable cars. The i8 is definitely out of range for most household budgets in New Jersey and the rest of the country, with a listing price of $135,925. The i3 however, is a much more accessible vehicle priced at $41,350 and is being reviewed as a potential Tesla Model S alternative. Whether or not this vehicle outsells Tesla, we all know that BMW delivers when it comes to expert craftsmanship, handling, and performance.
Take a look at this track test for the BMW i3, and stay on the lookout for potential discounts at NJ Car Coupons.
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Auto manufacturers love to brag about their Highway versus City fuel economy. Those numbers are often fiction.
In the same way that car commercials on TV promote the bare bones trim option as a monthly price, they are doing the same thing when it comes to MPG. Take a look at our MPG gap report, comparing the ‘true’ mileage you’ll get with the following vehicles: the 2014 Honda Accord, the 2014 Mazda 6, and the 2014 Toyota Camry.
Despite summer being the prime time for road trips, Autumn’s cooler weather and beautiful foliage also make for a nice cross country or coastal journey in your car. Whether you’re with friends, a spouse, or the whole family, getting around the country can be tricky, but not impossible if you use Google Maps to plan things out.
Even if you just bought a brand new 2014 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid or 2014 Ford Focus with sleek navigation systems, the mapping out of a route via Google Maps can help make navigation even easier. So here’s a guide on how to use Google Maps to plan out that 1,000 mile plus journey.
Attention New Jersey drivers! You need to check your airbags.
If you have purchased a vehicle built by Toyota, Honda (specifically a Honda Accord), Nissan, or other leading manufacturers listen up. According to a recent report from the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration, over 4.7 million people may own cars with defective airbags. An air bag supplier named Takata Corp. issued a recall, which is impacting close to 12 million vehicles.
The following auto makes and models are at risk. If your vehicle is on the list, take it to your dealer for a free replacement:
New Jersey winters can be brutal. Especially if your car is not prepared for icy weather.
This past weekend I drove for 35 minutes in a snowstorm and saw at least a dozen accidents.
Luckily I was able to take my time and go slowly without getting in one myself.
After my experience I felt that NJ Car Coupon needed to share some new tips on how to prep your own car for a harsh NJ winter.
Hate fogged up windows? We found a solution.
It’s the last thing you want to deal with during a hectic morning commute. Worse case scenario it can make it hard to see and result in accidents.
This handy video is a great walk-through of how to fix fogged up windows. NJ Car Coupon is always on the lookout for car hacks and driving tips, so stay tuned!
HINT: this hack involves cat litter and socks. Continue reading
Most of us have a natural aversion to buying a car. Shady used car salesmen and hidden charges from dealerships have turned us all off at some point. In fact, a recent Gallup poll found that a car salesperson is the least trustworthy profession in the United States (right behind Congressmen). While there are certainly some bad apples, this is an unfair generalization.
The fact is that car salesmen don’t have it that easy. Which puts them in a position to make significant deals with customers who inquire and prod. Car dealerships face significant obstacles when turning a profit, earning “an average pretax profit margin of 2.2%” on new vehicles. Which is why they are turning to new strategies for marketing cars and getting new customers. Continue reading
Everyone remembers the terror they feel during an accident. The deafening ring in your ears. The sensation of time moving surprisingly slow. And you’re senses become heightened to the point of overload. Car accidents are a horrible experience for anyone, but they aren’t the only nightmares awaiting NJ drivers.
In honor of the spookiest holiday of them all (Halloween of course), we put together a survival guide for nightmare driving scenarios. Whether you’re stuck in the Holland Tunnel with an overheated engine, or lose a tire while hitting 70 mph on the NJ Turnpike, we’ll give you some tips to help you emerge unscathed.
Take a look at our survival guide for nightmare driving scenarios, and be careful this Halloween! Also, don’t forget to check NJ Car Coupon for great discounts on new and used cars in NJ. If a herd of zombies trashes your car, you know where to head for your next vehicle! Continue reading