New car dealers are as concerned as anyone about the immediate and long-term effects of COVID-19 pandemic, but they want you to know that they place a high priority on the health, safety and peace of mind of their customers, as well as all shoppers.
Most car owners do not take advantage of the "auto climate" feature and I find that they don't know why they should. One compelling argument for is to save fuel. Yes, really.
Winter isn't winding down as fast as many parents might like, but there are enough activities at the Greater Milwaukee International Car & Truck Show to keep kids busy and engaged.
We know you've got a need for speed - so here's a quick run-through of some of the coolest car displays and automotive activities gloriously drifting into Downtown Milwaukee through the end of the month.
Somehow the annual Auto Show Charity Gala, presented by the Automobile Dealers Association of Mega Milwaukee, outdoes itself each year. For the 2020 edition, ADAMM is going the extra (country) mile to amp up the horse power for its 19th public edition.
That crashing sound you just heard was Monster Jam zooming back into Fiserv Forum early next year. The ultimate in dirt-tearing, destruction and intense driving will return to the next Downtown arena for two days and three shows on Jan. 18-19, 2020.
If you answered yes to any of these - especially the last one - several automakers want you to know that they offer pickups you might be interested in.
While it is, indeed, a great time to buy a 2019, it's also a good time to look ahead to what's new (or what will be arriving shortly) on the showroom floor. Here are a handful of all-new models for 2020.
These days, the definition of "luxury" is hard to pin down. Some reviewers say it depends on how far beyond "the basics" a vehicle goes. Others say it's not enough for a luxury vehicle to be nice; it has to pamper you. Others still say it all comes down to price.
AC and cruise control are ubiquitous, and vehicles are safer and more reliable than ever. But for an extended, soul-restoring vacation, the modern family craves creature comforts. To help you with that, local auto industry pros have some tips.
Slow down. And Take It EZ Milwaukee. That's the theme of the city's new safe-driving campaign, designed to reduce reckless driving by increasing law enforcement at four especially dangerous intersections, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Jokes abound about how some people would rather get a root canal than a shop for a new car, but people who sell cars are seriously happy to provide tips on what you, the customer, can do to make the process more pleasant.
Just because you can get 797 horses doesn't mean you should. Whether you should move up from a base engine to one with more get-up-and-go depends on how you answer few questions about how you plan to use the vehicle and how much you want to spend.
Over the past few months, you may have seen a car that looked really familiar but also really up-to-date, causing you to think, "Are they still making that?" The answer may be no. And not "still," but "again."
Unfortunately, more pedestrians are being hit by cars than ever. However, several carmakers have introduced pedestrian detection systems in hopes of reversing the trend.