Do you agree that “You Are What You Drive”? The folks at Motoqlik interviewed scores of drivers and put the results together in this infographic.
It may sound crazy to some, but the phenomenon of people naming their car is fairly common. In fact, 36% of car owners between the ages of 18 and 34 named their car, with many of them using the car’s color and appearance as inspiration. Some of the most common male names include Daniel, Tom and Jack.
The Fiat 500, known as the Cinquecento, was a “People’s Car” produced by Fiat company between 1957 and 1975. Thames Motor Group looks at the history of the history of Fiat 500 in the following infographic.
Compare the most expensive and the cheapest vehicles to own as the depreciation is calculated and interest payments on any auto loans or bank overdraft are added. Check out the following infographic for a full listing of all the factors you should weigh before deciding what make and model to buy.
The first speeding ticket was written in 1902! The first car radio was installed in 1929! The first car had three wheels! There’s a lot you don’t know about cars (even though you spent 38 hours stuck in traffic in one, this year alone)! Check out this infographic for some crazy facts about the most popular vehicle on the planet.
We’ve all had that experience; walking into a high-priced clothing store and wondering how anyone could justify charging $150 for a t-shirt. The fact is, there are a number of factors, subjective or otherwise, that go into the value of a product, and cars are no exception to that rule. From upholstery to reputation, there’s more to the price of your used car than a suggested retail price.
Need help taking that first step in car shopping? Check out this infographic created by Cars.com to view a flow chart that can help you better choose the right car for your family.
There are some pretty amazing machines out on the road that are operating without gasoline and using innovative technology to avoid the pangs of traffic and collisions. This infographic by IFA Auto takes a look at how far automobiles have come, and even gives a small glimpse into what the future might hold.
With continued advances in technology, automobile designers and engineers are able to push the limit on what they are able to create. It now seems that whatever creative idea these designers and engineers have is able to be translated into fully-functional pieces of reality. This infographic contains detailed information about eight of the craziest automobiles ever built that are considered to be “street legal”.
Driving down the road, you’ll notice many hybrid or fuel efficient vehicles. But even with the move toward more environmentally friendly transportation, the United States still consumes the most oil of any country, followed by China. Finance Degree Center has created an infographic entitled “Gassed”, highlighting facts and statistics surrounding the oil industry.
Have you considered switching from a gas car to an electric or hybrid? Check out the following infographic to learn the differences between the three.
The cost to own a car is rising. Surprising, fuel cost is not the only factor. There are many other factors that are contributing to the rise of car cost like depreciation, interest, and more. There are however, some ways you can save on your car cost right now. Premere Auto Detail looks at the cost of car ownership in this infographic.