The History of the Ford Thunderbird

The History of the Ford Thunderbird

A new kind of luxury vehicle. The first Ford Thunderbird rolled off the production line in 1954. This sporty two-seat convertible was destined to become a favorite among Ford fans and car enthusiast alike. But despite its sporty appearance and powerful engine it was not marketed as a sports car. The Ford Thunderbird was the first in a new class of vehicle, which we’ve come to know as personal luxury cars. In the year 1958 the…

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3 Must Drive Vehicles for the Modern Family.

3 Must Drive Vehicles for the Modern Family.

There are so many vehicle choices for families in today’s world. The days limited options and lack luster features are over. Car companies are manufacturing stylish family vehicles that combine space with luxury. Here are a few of our favorite family vehicles: The Honda Odyssey The Honda Odyssey is one of the sportier looking family vans on the market. These vans are known for being dependable, spacious, and packed full of extras. Our 2013 Honda Odyssey features a…

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2012 GMC Yukon Denali – Test Drive Review

2012 GMC Yukon Denali – Test Drive Review

A super stylish & fully loaded SUV. This week I had the pleasure of taking this gorgeous 2012 GMC Yukon Denali XL for a test drive. My first thought was, “where has this vehicle been hiding all my life”. It’s a huge SUV! It has double bucket seats, leather, rear A/C, 3rd row seating, and a built in DVD player. This Denali is truly fully loaded.  The interior is a soft beige with an elegant wood trim. The…

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2010 Honda Odyssey – Review

2010 Honda Odyssey – Review

Spacious, Luxurious, and Convenient This week I drove a 2010 Honda Odyssey at Brevard Value Motors. As someone who has driven his fair share of vans, I can say with confidence that the Honda Odyssey is a step above its competition. It was way more spacious than I expected. The front seats felt like a first class experience, and the rear seats have reclining and fold up options. The leg space goes without saying, but what…

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