Since the millennium began, technology has been everything. Kids love it, teens need to have it and adults can’t get ahead without it. Modern cars compete with each other not just in the typical categories like fuel efficiency and performance, but also in included gadgets and electronics. No automaker offers a better blend of tech and value than Chevrolet, and the Chevy Volt’s placement on a Top 10 Tech Cars of 2016 list proves it.
It’s hard to believe that so much time has passed, but Jeep is in the midst of commemorating its 75th anniversary! The team at Central Maine Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram congratulates this stellar SUV brand for reaching such a major milestone, and we’re excited to see what kind of celebrations Jeep has in store. We’ve already heard about the fancy new 75th Anniversary Jeep models, and the automaker has now started up a special, fan-driven social media campaign that you (yes, you!) get to be a part of.
In case you missed it, Chrysler has been highlighting its stunning Chrysler 200 and 300 sedans in a way that pop culture buffs will love. In its latest ad campaign, two of the most famous fictional U.S. Presidents, Thomas J. Whitmore (Bill Pullman) and Josiah Bartlet (Martin Sheen) meet up to discuss their opinions about various matters. Previously, the two argued over who was more presidential. This time, the two world leaders discuss the thing everyone’s talking about right now: college basketball!
Toyota has always been a flexible company when it comes to vehicular design. One look at our new Toyota showroom is all it takes to see that much is true. However, for Milan Design Week, the automaker is drawing attention for being a lot more wooden. The brand just unveiled its new concept car, and it’s quite the sight. Take a good look at the Toyota Setsuna!
As usual, everyone crowded around the living room television earlier this month for the 50th NFL Championship Game. And as usual, everyone was glued to the screen for advertisements and big plays alike. If you were one of the many, you probably noticed Buick’s commercial, a tongue-in-cheek reference to an incredible football moment from last year paired with an equally incredible vehicle.