In January Car Deal Expert posted about BMW’s recall of exactly six 2012 X5 xDrive35i models over automatic transmissions issues. In discussing that recall, we examined some of the smallest auto recalls in history. That begged the question, what were the largest? Here, in descending order, are the top five. 5. February 1981, GM In Read on! →


In the annual BrandZ Top 100 survey conducted by market research company Millward Brown, BMW has moved into the lead when it comes to the most valuable auto brands worldwide. The number one slot was previously held by Toyota Motor Corp., but Toyota’s recent trouble with mechanical failure and design flaws has knocked it back Read on! →


When you mash down on the accelerator of your little deuce coup, you expect to feel the all power your car’s engine has at its disposal. An internal combustion engine needs just the right spark for optimum performance, and that spark comes from your engine’s spark plugs. Located inside the piston cylinder, spark plugs draw Read on! →


As gas prices continue to rise, it is not surprising that many drivers are downsizing to a used compact or going green with a pre-owned hybrid. That trend is driving up the cost of used compact and hybrid cars on the market, according to Kelley Blue Book. Values spike in last week of February KBB Read on! →


If you’re driving at night with fogged over or dirty headlights, you’re risking the possibility of not seeing an obstacle in the road. That can spell a serious accident. Not only that, but if condensation and grime are allowed to sit inside a headlight for a long period of time, the possibility for headlight failure Read on! →


Fog and smoke from a brush-fire was so thick early Monday morning that responders had to listen for screams to find the injured victims of a massive pile up collision on a Florida Interstate just south of Gainesville.  Later in the morning, when the smoke and fog had cleared, it became apparent that that the Read on! →


A recall has been announced for more than 200,000 Jeep Liberty SUVs from the 2004 and 2005 model years. The recall is due to road salts used in particular states, which can cause the rear wheel control arms to corrode and break. De-icer linked to corrosion since 2011 In April of 2011, according to MSNBC, Read on! →


Go to any auto parts store and many gas stations, and you’ll see a huge number of aftermarket fuel additives. You may ask yourself, “how did I get this beautiful house?” as well as whether the additives are actually worth it. Worth of fuel additives depends on what it purports to do Aftermarket fuel additives Read on! →


When people go to buy a car, there is always the matter of the down payment to settle, like how much should one put down. Some wonder how much is appropriate, but in reality the answer is as much as humanly possible. No appreciation for depreciation When buying a car, many people have a bit Read on! →


Some companies claim that ultrasound hair removal is possible. Philippe Bond of Bond d’Essai Chevrolet in Montreal, Quebec, believes in using another type of sonic hair-removal method. Bond, a performance artist, comedian and host of the French-Canadian edition of “The Price is Right” game show, participated in a publicity stunt to promote the 2012 Chevy Read on! →