Stories about Cars.
Let’s face it, the fact that you’re visiting the Santander Consumer USA blog, suggests you’re interested in the subject on some level.
Well, think of “Stories about Cars” as a bi-weekly compilation of interesting articles from around the Internet that you might have missed because you didn’t have time or inclination to comb all the sources we do in order to generate content for our blogs.
We’ll provide just enough information for you to decide whether you want to follow the link to the full article, so, without further ado, let’s get to it:
Top gear trio not worth the money, says Netflix – MotorAuthority
Amazon agreed to pay the hosts of “Top Gear” an estimated $250 million for three seasons of “vehicular mayhem.” But not everyone thinks Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are worth it. Here’s what Netflix had to say.
Volkswagen close to confirming new bus? – MotorAuthority
The German automaker’s iconic minibus may be about ready for a comeback, according to a story attributed to Autocar. The new vehicle will be a “stylistic heir to the much-loved classic van of the 1960s and ’70s.” Read more about it.
5 best bargain cars you can find now – CBS News
CBS MoneyWatch asked Edmunds.com to find some bargains among three-year-old used vehicles on sale now, and Edmunds delivered. Their analysts picked five vehicles that appear to be good values. Find out which made the list.
Is hands-free cellphone use really safer for driving? – The Washington Post
Conventional wisdom holds that using a hands-free device with your mobile phone is safer when driving. But some people, such as those on the “MythBusters” TV show, aren’t inclined to accept conventional wisdom. See what they discovered.
The Ford Mustang reigns supreme as the world’s best-selling sports car through the first half of 2015, beating arch rival Chevrolet Camaro, based on IHS Automotive data. And the car isn’t even available yet in some countries. Find out where – and why.
Our best look yet at the latest Batmobile – Autoblog
The movie “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” won’t reach theaters for another six months (March 2016), but you don’t have to wait that long to see the latest version of the Caped Crusader’s radical ride. Check out the video.
Speaking of radical rides, we hope you enjoyed this one and will come back for more.