Hey everyone, I think that I can say that we have all enjoyed our blogging time here at Whips and Tips. We talked about all kinds of cars, companies, and trends in the automotive industry. But not that its over I have a few things that I want to say: I’m not sure as to
I would like to present a “Bid Adieu” to the luxury cars category for the present time. In the future, I do intend on having many of the fine vehicles that we have discussed here at Whips and Tips. Besides muscle cars, no other cars touch my heart as dearly as luxury vehicles. Some of
Trucks and SUV’s have come a long way since the origin of the car. Not only in comfort, design, and safety, but most importantly fuel efficiency. It will be interesting to see how long the combustion engine will stick around in the industry. GM: Raising the Standard First and foremost I focused on GM, their
Hey Ya’ll, The pick of the week comes as a surprise. I never thought that I would have chosen a Lincoln as the Pick O’ The Week, much less a car that I myself wrote about. I feel Lincoln deserves some recognition for radically revamping its product line. The Lincoln Town Car was once synonymous with 6 O’ Clock
Hey Bloggers, This week the Golden Chalice Award goes to a legacy name in the sports car industry. Porsche has been able to consistently deliver performance from its cars with sporty designs to match. I’m sure that its new business strategy will help the company to thrive even more. Cheers!
Hey Followers here is what we discussed this week: Monday: Negotiating a car deal. You are much more likely to negotiate a car of lower value compared to a luxury vehicle. This is because persons who can afford higher end vehicles can spare an extra 2-3 thousand dollars. Tuesday: The hybrid car industry does over
The Lincoln Motor Company, a subsidiary of Ford has found themselves between a rock and a hard place in recent years. There sales have decreased dramatically compared to Cadillac, their primary domestic competitor. Overall they capture approximately 5.4% of the luxury market. Of these person, the average age of purchase was 65 years of age.