Fourth Street Auto – Used Cars – Louisville KY Dealer

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2010 Ford Transit Connect

101,398 Miles miles | $12,495

2011 Toyota Yaris

76,827 Miles miles | $8,995

2002 Chrysler Sebring

111,075 Miles miles | $4,495

2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee

152,617 Miles miles | $5,995

2013 Chevrolet Spark

83,414 Miles miles | $7,995

2004 Buick Rendezvous

2004 Pontiac Montana

For sale in Trinidad – Cars For Sale In Trinidad

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West Trinidad


1B Wendy Fitzwilliam Boulevard

Tel: 680-8000

Opening Hrs.: Mon – Fri 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Services: GPS Tracking, Alarms & Reverse Sensors

Central Trinidad – Chaguanas

Worrell Regis Company Ltd.

# 376 Southern Main Road, Chaguanas

Tel: 665-3377

Opening Hrs.: Mon – Fri 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Services: GPS Tracking, Alarms & Reverse Sensors, Autobody Works, Roll on Roll off

Auto Protect Security & Sounds

# 68 John Street, Montrose, Chaguanas

Tel: 665-8967 | 290-4479

Opening Hrs.: Mon – Fri 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. & Sat 8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Services: GPS Tracking, Alarms, Reverse Sensors, Turbo Timers, Kill Switches, CD Players, Power Locks & Reverse Cameras.

# 9 Dinoo Rd. West, Chaguanas, Charlieville

Tel: 671-8841 | 678-2526

Opening Hrs.: Mon – Fri 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. & Sat 7 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Services: GPS Tracking, Alarms, Gear Locks, Blue Tooth Hands Free Kits, Reverse Sensors & Cameras.

Sangre Grande

Creed Audio

# 30 Eastern Main Rd. Sangre Grande

Tel: 691-2974 | 383-8805

Opening Hrs.: Mon – Sat 9:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. & Sun 9:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Services: GPS Tracking, Alarms, Car Audio Systems, Reverse Sensors, Reverse Cameras & Vehicle Accessories

Manahambre Rd. Princess Town

Tel: 357-6065

Opening Hrs.: Mon – Sat 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. & Sun by appointments

Services: GPS Tracking, Alarms, Tint, Car Audio Systems, Reverse Sensors, Reverse Cameras, Turbo Timers, Auto A/C, Bedliners & Vehicle Accessories

South – Debe

Ford – New Cars, Trucks, SUVs, Hybrids & Crossovers

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Vehicle Exterior

  1. No Evidence of Flood, Fire, Major or Hail Damage
  2. Body Panel Inspection
  3. Bumper/Fascia Inspection

Doors, Hood, Decklid, Tailgate

  1. Doors, Hood, Decklid/Tailgate and Roof Inspection
  2. Doors, Hood, Decklid/Tailgate Alignment
  3. Automatic/Manual Release Mechanisms, Hinges, Prop Rod/Gas Struts Operate Properly
  4. Power Liftgate, Power-Sliding Door Operation

Vehicle Interior

  1. Airbags
  2. Safety Belts

Audio and Alarm System

  1. Radio, Radio Antenna, Cassette, CD and Speakers SiriusXM Satellite Radio ESN (Electronic Serial Number)
  2. Alarm/Theft-Deterrent System
  3. Navigation System
  1. Air Conditioning System
  2. Heating System
  3. Defog/Defrost

Interior Amenities

  1. Clock
  2. Tilt/Telescopic Steering Wheel
  3. Steering Column Lock
  4. Steering Wheel Controls
  5. Horn, Warning Chimes
  6. Instrument Panel and Warning Lights
  7. Wipers/Washers
  8. Interior Courtesy, Dome and Map Lights
  9. Manual Outside Rearview Mirrors, Power Outside Rearview Mirrors and Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror
  10. BLIS ® (Blind Spot Information System)
  11. Rear View Camera
  12. SYNC ® System
  13. MyFord Touch ®
  14. Active Park Assist
  15. Rear Entertainment System
  16. Power Outlets and Lighter
  17. Ashtrays
  18. Glove Box and Center Armrest/Console
  19. Sun Visors, Vanity Mirror and Light
  20. Adjustable Pedals (If Equipped)
  1. Interior Odor-Free
  2. Carpet, Floor Mats
  3. Door Trim and Door Panels
  4. Headliner


  1. Seat Upholstery
  2. Seat and Head Restraint Adjustment
  3. Folding Seats
  4. Heated Seats/Cooled Seats
  5. Integrated Child Safety Seats

Sunroof/Moonroof/Convertible Top

  1. Sunroof/Moonroof
  2. Convertible Top
  1. Carpet, Trim and Cargo Net
  2. Luggage Compartment/Cargo Area Light
  3. Vehicle Jack and Tool Kit
  4. Spare Tire Size/Type and Sidewall Inspection
  5. Spare Tire Tread Depth/Air Pressure Inspection
  6. Tire Inflator Kit
  7. Emergency Trunk-Lid Release

For sale: Road-tested German Sports Cars- Consumer Reports

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For sale: Road-tested German sports cars

The one question we get asked all the time is: What do you do with your test cars when you’re done with them? Since we buy every car we test, we can’t just simply give the cars back to the manufacturer when we’re done, like a typical press loan. Hence, we have to sell them.

We usually find someone among the hundreds of Consumer Reports employees that’s interested in buying the retired test car or we might simply trade it in for a new one.

That time has come for several convertibles and for a twist, we thought we’d offer these entertaining roadsters to our readers.

Forget how cold and gray it is in much of the country—spring will be here soon. And when the sun is shining, what’s more fun than a drop-top sports car ?

If you are interested in one of the low-mileage sports cars listed below, you can save about $10,000 over the price as-new and take delivery at the Consumer Reports test track in East Haddam, Connecticut. We’ll even give you a tour of the facilities and a few laps on the handling track in your new car. (Learn how Consumer Reports tests cars .)

Click on the name to see the complete road test (available to online subscribers).

2012 Audi TT 2.0 TFSI quattro S-Tronic (automatic)

Asking price: $36,500

MSRP: $45,300

Approximate miles: 6,600

2012 BMW Z4 sDrive28i (manual)

Asking price: $45,000

MSRP: $55,225

Approximate miles: 8,400

2012 Mercedes-Benz SLK250 (manual)

Asking price: $39,500

MSRP: $48,045

Approximate miles: 8,500

2013 Porsche Boxster (manual)

Asking price: $48,000

Serious buyers may contact us for more information and window stickers at crtestcars (at)

Ford – New Cars, Trucks, SUVs, Hybrids & Crossovers


Available Lane-Keeping System

Customizable, driver-activated system to help you stay in control.*



Starting MSRP 1 $ 31,050

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Starting MSRP 1 $ 33,400

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Starting MSRP 1 $ 41,300

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Starting MSRP 1 $ 43,500

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Fast Cash For Cars Phoenix 85021

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Ex-rental cars for sale with histories – hidden – by dealers

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Ex-rental cars for sale with histories hidden by dealers



Auto Express investigation: used car dealers are hiding the history of ex-rental cars in a practice slammed by Trading Standards

Car dealers are keeping quiet about the ex-rental history of their used cars, despite legislation banning that very sales practice.

An investigation by Auto Express has revealed that most car manufacturers do not insist their dealers pass this information on to potential buyers, while Britain’s largest dealer network has argued that it would only supply the information “if asked”.

Under Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations (CPUTR) 2008, it’s illegal to withhold any details that could affect a purchase decision about a car at the point of sale. Advertising a car as having one previous owner, which later transpires to

be a rental company, is a prime example of this practice, according to Office of Fair Trading guidelines for the regulations.

This kind of misleading omission could land a dealer in court, facing hefty fines or even jail. But when Auto Express quizzed all the major car manufacturers about this sales method, 83 per cent said they did not insist their dealers specifically flag up ex-fleet, ex-rental or ex-driving-school vehicles to potential customers.

Audi UK even argued dealers were “not legally obliged to do so,” in response to an Auto Express investigation into one reader’s complaint about this practice (see the case study below).

Many argued that the information was already listed on the logbook – even though the car’s usage may not be obvious and customers might not even see the V5C form until collecting it – while others said dealers would only supply the information if asked.

Manufacturers also unanimously argued that the quality checks needed for a car to be granted approved used status meant that an ex-rental history was irrelevant.

Dealer group Pendragon, which sells 100,000 cars each year through its Evans Halshaw brand alone, agreed. Its spokeswoman said: “Revealing that a car is ex-rental or fleet could be misleading and might put people off.”

Trading Standards says rule-breaking is rife in the used-car sector, with complaints from car buyers making up almost 75 per cent of calls received by Citizens Advice each year. However, Trading Standards’ motor trade expert Gerry Taylor admitted: “Severe cutbacks mean we simply don’t have the manpower to enforce these regulations.”

Ex rental car history cover-up:  reaction to our investigation


“Guidelines say salespeople should be clear about the provenance of an approved used vehicle that’s provided to them by a manufacturer.

“We’re concerned to hear that regulations appear to have been broken and will look at the evidence Auto Express provides. We’ll remind members of their obligations.”

Trading standards  

“The long-awaited Consumer Rights Bill may give us more power to insist dealers compensate buyers if they break these rules.

“But it frankly doesn’t matter what legislation is put in place –

if there’s no enforcement, it isn’t going to make any difference.”

Pendragon dealer group

“We’d reveal it was an ex-rental if asked. But that car could actually be better kept than one you buy off a man in the street.

“So revealing it’s ex-rental could be misleading. It might put people off for no good reason. So long as we do our checks and the customer does theirs, everyone should be happy.”

Ex rental car history cover-up: case study

A car with just one previous owner is every used buyer’s dream. But what if that owner turns out to be a rental company? You’d probably feel misled.

That’s certainly how reader Leigh Caller of Yeovil, Somerset, felt after buying his approved used Audi A1 Sportback. Leigh said: “Three weeks after buying it, I received the V5C and was shocked to discover the previous owner was Hertz UK Ltd. I wouldn’t

have bought the car had I known it was anything other than a one-owner vehicle.”

When he complained, Leigh says Yeovil Audi argued he should have asked more questions at the point of sale – but the law says he didn’t have to. If a dealer fails to divulge information at the point of sale that could affect your purchase decision, it’s committed an offence under the Consumer Protection Act from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008, and could be prosecuted.

Yeovil Audi agreed to give Leigh £500 as a goodwill gesture, but he was asked to sign a disclaimer stating the money was not an admission of guilt from the dealer .

We contacted Audi and were told the dealer had not broken any laws. Its spokesman told us it was sorry Leigh felt misled, but ad ded: “We do not require our sales staff to specifically draw

attention to ex-rental stock, and they are not legally obliged to do so.”

We disagree, and reported the case to Trading Standards. Its lead officer for the motor trade, Gerry Taylor, confirmed: “The dealer is legally obliged to draw attention to ex-rentals. Failure to do so could mean prosecution.”

Ex rental car history cover-up: your view

We asked fans of the Auto Express Facebook page about their experiences with ex-rental vehicles on sale at dealers and got the following responses.

“ I’d go for a driving-school car, as it has a limited circuit, whereas a rental travels the whole country.”

Ex Lease Cars

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Ex Lease Cars

If you are looking for an affordable nearly new car then an ex-lease or ex-fleet car could be the perfect type of used car to go for. Leasing and rental firms in the UK buy almost 50% of all new cars sold in the UK each year, these brand new vehicles are then leased and rented to a variety of different organisations and individuals.

Hundreds of thousands of cars are leased and rented to organisations, for a variety of different uses from pool cars to sales rep cars, alternatively many thousands of lease cars find themselves on the driveways and garages of individuals that have opted for a personal contract hire or lease car to cater for their travelling requirements.

At the end of the lease car’s contract period, usually one, two or three years, the vehicle is returned to the leasing company. The leasing company then disposes of the car via a variety of channels and the car enters the used car market. It is at this point where the canny car buyer can bag themselves a bargain.

While ex-lease cars tend to have higher mileages than privately owned cars, often they have been looked after, maintained, and serviced to a higher standard than a privately owned car. The vast majority of lease and fleet cars have also been smoke-free places thanks to the smoking ban, which means the car’s interior will be that bit better. Furthermore, the life of many small family, family, compact executive, executive, and luxury saloon lease cars is usually that of long periods on motorways and major A-roads being driven at near constant speed and in top gear, thus reducing wear and tear on the engine, brakes, and suspension. Shorter trips involve lots more acceleration, braking and gear-changing, so put a car under greater strain.

A further advantage of opting for an ex-lease car is that they’re likely to be easy to sell on again when you are looking to change vehicle this is down to the type of car which usually makes up the ex-lease market thanks to good standard specifications, high standard kit levels, neutral colour schemes, efficient engines choices, and no non-standard modifications. What’s more ex lease vehicle stock is predominately made up of popular, high volume manufacturers such as Ford, Vauxhall and Volkswagen, which means that on-going servicing and parts are shouldn’t be too expensive.

Finally, ex-lease cars can be a great way of sourcing bargain used executive and luxury makes and models, as leasing companies look to quickly dispose of high value cars returned at the end of their contracts.

So next time you look to change vehicles make sure you consider ex-lease cars.

Exotic cars

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1968 – 1978 Lamborghini Espada

The late 60s produced some really incredible cars. It was an era when the Ferrari 275 GTB/4 and the Lamborghini Miura were breaking production car speed records and ushering in the era of the supercar. But, these cars weren t how the makers of exotic Italian machines were making their money it s something we sometimes forget today, but it was bigger 2+2 touring cars that were the bread and butter of high-end Italian sports car market at the time. Lamborghini was a bit late with its offering in this niche, but most would agree that it was worth the wait.

Lamborghini s first 2+2 was the Espada, named for the Spanish word for “sword.” It was one of the more indirect references the company would use to bullfighting, but it still counts. Like the Miura, it offered outrageous styling, although the design was different enough to not look derivative. It also offered a ton of power and class-leading interior space. It should hardly come as a surprise that it became Lamborghini s best-selling model for years to come. The car was tweaked several times over the years, and there are three different series of Espadas, but the biggest change from one to the next was always the interior design.

2017 Ford GT

Back in the racing heydays of the 50s and 60s, Ferrari was the domination force, and Ford wanted to buy the small Italian company. At the last hour, Enzo Ferrari pulled out of the deal and Henry Ford was infuriated. Ford issued a command to his engineers that they were to build a new car that will trounce the Italians at Le Mans, and he gave them a blank check to make it happen. The car created would be dubbed the Ford GT40, and it went on to win Le Mans four times running. Almost forty years after the GT40, Ford created a modern interpretation simply called the Ford GT. The first-generation Ford GT only lived for two years before its demise, but Ford is now releasing a second-generation GT in 2017, and it is the best one yet.

At the 2015 North American Auto Show in Detroit, Ford pulled the curtain off of the all-new 2017 Ford GT. With a super-light carbon fiber and aluminum construction, a 600-plus horsepower, EcoBoost V-6 and a race-ready cockpit, the latest Ford GT is hands down the best supercar in the history of the Blue Oval brand. This new two-door builds on legendary design history with modern materials to hopefully recreate the original car’s success.

Updated 12/02/2015: Ford dropped a new video in which it highlights both the design and the aerodynamics features of its latest GT supercar. You will get to see Garen Nicoghosian, exterior design manager and Bernie Marcus, aerodynamicist, talking about how Ford honored the past while including the latest in design and aerodynamics on the all-new GT. Hit “play” to watch it!

Continue reading to learn more about the 2017 Ford GT.

Electric Cars Of Austin

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Electric Cars Of Austin. is proud to offer a new line of all electric, street legal, zero emission & low speed (LSV & NEV) vehicles.

We at Electric Cars of Austin realize that owning only an electric car isn’t a feasible option for many. It’s true that petrol and diesel engines don’t have zero tailpipe emissions, but certain manufacturers are actively researching green technologies and producing more environmentally responsible options for consumers. Among major auto manufacturers, Toyota leads the pack in green research and are developing Electric Vehicles and Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles. Consumers that own an EV as their secondary vehicle may be eligible for for being environmentally conscious.

Finding Green Auto Parts Online Why purchase overpriced parts from a dealer when you can get your at PartsGeek? With an inventory of over 10 million parts and up to 80% off of retail prices, there is no better online performance auto parts store. PartsGeek ships most orders on the same day and supplies cheap auto parts every time. For value, customer service and green auto parts selection, competitors Auto Zone and Rock Auto do not approach the high standards set by PartsGeek.

The Early History of the Electric Car

Think the electric cars on display at are something new? Think again. The first electric car prototypes were built in Europe between 1828 and 1839. In 1899, a Belgian racing car nicknamed “La Jamais Contente” (Never Content) reached a speed of 68 miles per hour using an electric motor. This was a new world record for land speed.

At the turn of the 20th century, electric cars promised to be a viable competitor to cars powered by gasoline. Many customers preferred them. Electric cars weren’t as noisy or smelly as gasoline-powered automobiles, and they didn’t have to be cranked by hand to kick start the process of internal combustion.

Electrical cars had several disadvantages in comparison with gasoline cars, though. For one thing, they couldn’t drive distances longer than 30 or 40 miles without needing to be recharged. For another thing, most electric cars couldn’t drive faster than 30 miles per hour.

The introduction of mass production by Henry Ford bought the price of internal combustion engines way down. The discovery of petroleum reserves in Texas and Oklahoma made fuel cheap as well. In 1912, the cost of an electric car was approximately twice that of a gasoline-powered car.

By 1935, electric cars had all but disappeared.

Electric cars are back with a vengeance in the 21st century, however, as Americans have become more enamored with fuel sources that can act as viable alternatives to gasoline.