When we plan to buy a car, there are a lot of things at the back of our minds. We have to take care of the looks, make, model, speed, features and specs, reliability, eco-friendliness and most of all, our budget. It is a hard task to choose a car that best suits our needs and finances. Usually, we forget the most important feature to keep in mind during these planning and that is insurance. We skip this part and when the papers come in front of us, we are nothing less than shocked. To avoid such sudden shock, it is important to keep insurance rates in front of the eyes while planning to buy a car.
The models from around the world that have endured Some cars burst onto the world stage with much fanfare, only to flop on the…
Ferrari had a problem. It wanted to go Formula 2 racing in the 1960s but it needed to homologate its 2.0-litre engine for competition, and that meant at least 500 had to be built and used in road-going cars. As a maker of low-volume sports cars, that was never going to happen.
Remember when Volkswagen of Brazil thought they could build a better Beetle? No neither do I, yet here we are.
In late 1969, Nissan underwent a step-change. It introduced the first-generation Z-car known as the Datsun 240Z or Nissan Fairlady Z depending on where you lived.
As time went on, the Nissan Z-car went on to become one of the most successful sports car families of all time.
There are plenty of car brands out there in the low to mid tier price bracket that are vying for your hard earned money.…
The decision to invest in a classic car is not one to be made lightly. Before the lure of a vintage motor gets the better of you, you need to take a step back and consider what owning a classic car really entails.