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Cramped In Your Car - You Haven't Seen This Yet!

Need More Legroom?

The car in the video above is an extreme example, but it's not uncommon for people to feel cramped in their cars, especially if they're on a long road trip. Your family could be expanding, or you might just need more room to store things. Whatever the reason, we have the right car for you.


Whether you're looking for a sedan, SUV, or minivan, we have options for you. If we don't have it in stock, we'll activate our network of sources to find it for you.




It's A Bird, It's A Plane, It's A Flying Car!

Expecting To See Superman?

Flying cars have been a staple of science fiction for many years now, and it seems that we may finally be on the verge of seeing them become a reality. In the past few years, there have been a number of companies working on developing flying cars, and it seems that 2025 could be the year when they finally take to the skies.


According to an article by DriveSpark Alef Aeronautics is taking pre-booking for their flying car set to debut in 2025. It is dubbed the Model A. If you're a fan of old cars then you may be familiar with Ford's Model A  The Model A is the designation of two cars made by the Ford Motor Company one in 1903 and one beginning in 1927: (Wikipedia)

Unlike the original Model A, Alef's version is a slick futuristic looking car with vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) capabilities. With parking at a premium in many cities,  the ability to take off and land vertically could be a game-changer. Alef isn't the only company working on flying cars. Uber has also been working on developing flying cars as part of their "Uber Elevate" project. They hope to have a fleet of flying cars operating in select cities by 2023.

While the idea of flying cars is certainly exciting, there are still a number of challenges that need to be overcome before they can become a reality. For one, there's the issue of regulations. It's going to take some time for the government to figure out how to regulate flying cars.  There's also the question of whether or not people will actually want to use them. After all, flying cars are going to be a lot more expensive than regular cars.

The expected price for the Alef Model A is reported to be $300,000. This will keep it out of reach for most people. But, as flying cars become more common, it's possible that prices will come down. Only time will tell if flying cars will take off (pun intended). But, it certainly seems like we're on the verge of seeing them become a reality. So, keep your eyes to the skies, because you may just see a flying car in the next few years.


In the meantime you might need a new car, and you don't want to spend $300,000 we have a large selection of affordable used cars. Check out our inventory today!


Auto Market Street - Best Midsize Sedans

Please Read Auto Market Street - Best Midsize Sedans

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MotorTrend tests more than 200 vehicles at the track every year. We rate cars using the same factors you do, including how they drive, interior space, efficiency, tech, value, and safety. Ratings are only applicable within each respective segment.

  1. 2022 Honda Accord - 9.1/10 - After a midcycle refresh for 2021, we're not expecting any major changes to the Accord for 2022. Barring any significant revisions, it will carry forward with two gas engines and a hybrid option. The Accord competes with other affordable four-doors including the Hyundai Sonata, Toyota Camry, Kia K5, and Subaru Legacy.

  2. 2022 Subaru Legacy - 8.6/10 - Subaru knows its buyers and delivers on their priorities with the Legacy. The midsize sedan offers a compelling blend of technology, safety, and performance in a roomy and comfortable vessel. Middling style and a vexing CVT are the Legacy's greatest Achilles heels.

  3. 2022 Hyundai Sonata - 8.5/10 - Hyundai has been selling the Sonata here in the U.S. for more than 30 years, and the current eighth generation is the best version yet. Redesigned for the 2020 model year, the Hyundai Sonata is among the better midsize sedans on the market. It's mechanically related to the Kia K5.

  4. 2022 Kia K5 - 8.3/10 - The midsize sedan once known as the Kia Optima has transformed into the K5. Introduced for 2021, the K5 stands out in the segment with evocative exterior styling. Yet despite those looks it remains a relatively normal car in terms of features and capabilities. The K5 is offered with a choice of turbocharged engines and available AWD. Like the Optima before it, the K5 targets sedan stalwarts like the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, and mechanically related Hyundai Sonata. The K5 is built in West Point, Georgia, alongside the Kia Telluride.

  5. 2022 Toyota Camry - 8/10 - Although it's no longer Toyota's best-selling model (that title now goes to the RAV4), the venerable Camry remains a go-to choice for those seeking a dependable midsize sedan. The current-gen Camry was introduced for the 2018 model year and sees a mild face-lift for 2021. The Camry sits squarely in the center of Toyota's lineup of sedans between the compact Corolla and full-size Avalon. Besides its longtime rival, the Honda Accord, the Camry also competes with midsize four-doors including the Subaru Legacy, Nissan Altima, and Hyundai Sonata.

  6. 2021 Nissan Altima - 7.7/10 - Positioned above the compact Sentra and below the full-size Maxima, the Altima is the middle child of Nissan's sedan lineup. Nissan issued a full redesign of the Altima for the 2019 model year, and the family sedan has been relatively unchanged since. The Altima competes in the midsize sedan segment alongside cars such as the Honda Accord, Hyundai Sonata, Toyota Camry, and Subaru Legacy.

  7. 2022 Volkswagen Passat - 7.1/10 - Once one of Volkswagen's most successful cars in the United States, the Passat enters its final year of production with a Limited Edition trim. It rides on the platform that's been on sale in the United States since 2012, the same year it won our MotorTrend Car of the Year award. The Passat last received a major refresh in 2020. Although this midsize sedan no longer feels like a fresh offering, it comes with the traditional advantages of its segment, namely a comfortable ride, a large trunk, and spacious interior.

  8. 2021 Chevrolet Malibu - One of the longest-running nameplates in the Chevrolet lineup, the Malibu has been a mainstay in the midsize sedan segment for decades. Since its inception, the Malibu has evolved from a rear-drive car that's available in multiple flavors to a front-drive model offered only one body style. Chevrolet even offered a hybrid Malibu for a short time to lure eco-minded consumers to the brand. With only a short time left before it's discontinued, the Malibu lineup has been streamlined. A number of cosmetic packages are also offered.

  9. 2021 Mazda Mazda6 - As we wait for the rumored RWD, inline-six-powered, next-gen 6, Mazda adds some polish to its midsize sedan for 2021. The current-generation model debuted for the 2014 model year and saw a mid-cycle facelift for 2018, adding a turbocharged engine option. The 2021 Mazda 6 competes with other affordable midsize sedans including the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, and Hyundai Sonata.

Original Source: https://www.motortrend.com/style/sedan/

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