The 2008 version of Montego will no longer be called by its original name because it will now be using Mercury Sable, a familiar old name in the past. Mercury Sable is set to invade showrooms with a new level of style sophistication and with greater power.
The 2008 Mercury Sable, unveiled at the 2007 Chicago Auto Show, offers aficionados a more confident ride and handling with its new set of remarkable features. Aside from unique design, refined features and improved power, its overall appeal could set it apart in the market.
When asked about the use of an old name as replacement, Mark Fields, Ford?s President of the Americas said, ?[Consumer] awareness of Sable is triple that of Montego.? The Sable?s new grille digs a little deeper into the brands new DNA, drawing cues from its redesigned sibling – Mercury Mariner, an SUV. The bumper beneath the grille is … Read More
Custom vehicle wraps are often used today. They are seen on all kinds of vehicles. Whether it is a small compact car, sports car or a large trailer, there are many vehicles that use them. Here are 5 frequently asked questions about custom vehicle wraps:
#1) What are vehicle wraps?To put it simply, they are big graphics decorating vehicles, buses and other vehicles. These wraps are large sheets of vinyl that have printed graphics on them. They are generally attached as a decal to the majority of cars or trucks, particularly those with big, flat surfaces. Generally these are used for marketing, although not always.
#2) Doesn’t this hurt the vehicle?You might think so. However these wraps really do no damage. They are actually very simple to put on and take off, because they are made with certain kinds of vinyl that have air channels to stop the bubbles from … Read More
Nothing speaks to American psyche quite so much as does the automobile; from the humble beginnings in the late eighteen hundreds, Americans have shared a growing obsession about cars (and, of course, trucks), Nothing else inhabits quite so much of our history and attention, nor has there been quite the marriage between form, function and beauty as there are the automobile – it has reached the height of an art form and at the same time built the country that we know today, and many times that art and functionality has shared the same body.
Simply look at the 1923 Traveling Church, built on the frame of a model T, or the first army trucks – for more extravagant examples, the ’47 Mack trucks, or the ’53 Studebaker truck are great examples – the ’57 Chevy step side short bed.
And the cars are even stronger when it comes to … Read More
Most of the car or vehicle owners and drivers actually do not know a lot about steering and suspension system, and which seems to be quite a normal thing. Suspension, in context of cars, usually refers to front and rear springs which will suspend vehicle’s “sprung” weight. The springs which are used today in the modern and hi tech cars and trucks manufactured today come in variety of types, shapes, sizes, rates, and of course weight capacities. Some of the steering and suspensions types include leaf springs, coil springs, air springs, and torsion bars. These suspensions and steering combinations are exclusively used in sets of four. They may be paired off in several other types of combinations and later on attached with the help of different kinds of mounting techniques.
The car and truck suspension system will also include shocks and/or struts, and sway bars. During the earlier times of … Read More
Most teens are eager to get their learner’s permits at age 15 and their licenses as soon as they turn 16. However, there are many reasons why someone might wait until they are over 18 to begin the driver’s licensing process. The procedure in Colorado works a little differently depending on when you choose to begin.
New CO Driver’s License (under 18)
Like many other states, Colorado employs a graduated licensing program for drivers under 18. This program imposes extra restrictions on young drivers, which are gradually removed as they get older and demonstrate consistent competence behind the wheel. Teens under 16 have to complete a Colorado Driver’s Ed Course before they can take the Colorado learner’s permit test. After getting their permit, they will have to log at least 50 hours of supervised driving and wait at least 12 months before taking the driver’s license exam. For the first … Read More