Exotic Cars, Jeep Off-roading Highlight Auto Show: Slideshow

A1 Luxury Transport Launches New Website

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Many are coming to check out the large selection of new auto models or trying to find that deal on an old favorite. But others will be there to see the exotic or muscle cars that line the halls of the convention center. One of the most unique exhibits of exotic cars belongs to Harry Kaufmann, owner of Harry Kaufmann Motorcars Inc. on Milwaukees north side.
If you would like to read more: http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/blog/2014/02/exotic-cars-jeep-off-roading.html

A1 Limos will also provide transportation for company events, shuttle service to and from conventions, and much more… They will handle a airport transfer with town car, provide transportation for large parties, arrange a full size buses for cross country tours, or just a drive around the city. Our commitment to our clients will be to provide the best prices and professional service, said Singh. The company has a state of the art dispatch answering and management office to provide reliable and safe transaction of customers information. The customers information will be securely stored in the management system used by the company. Next time you are in San Francisco or planning a trip there, give A1 Luxury Transport of San Francisco a call at 415-333-3366 or visit their site at http://www.a1limosf.com About A1 Luxury Transport A 1 Luxury Transport is a family owned and operated business, started in Sacramento about a decade ago under Exotic Limousine Inc., providing luxury transport to people in Northern California.
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Electric car Tesla named Consumer Reports’ top auto pick

Lexus scored highest, followed, by Acura and Audi. Audi managed to move up from its last-year position of eighth place to third place, indicating the brand, owned by Volkswagen, has overcome some of its reliability problems of the past. Consumer Reports arrives at its conclusions through a combination of its own road tests, conducted at the magazines test facility in Connecticut, and surveys that ask subscribers to talk about the reliability of their vehicles. In all, the magazine says it has reliability information on 1.1 million subscriber-owned vehicles. Whats interesting about this new report is that the top three brands are all luxury cars, and luxury cars, as Consumer Reports points out, can have a lot more problems than ordinary cars, largely because they have many complicated electronic systems that can go wrong.
If you would like to read more: http://blog.chron.com/carsandtrucks/2014/02/consumer-reports-annual-auto-issue-is-out-luxury-cars-get-the-highest-marks/

Consumer Reports’ annual auto issue is out — luxury cars get the highest marks.

The top picks were chosen from more than 260 vehicles tested by Consumer Reports for reliability, safety and road-test performance. The battery-powered Tesla Model S was chosen best overall for its “exceptional performance and its many impressive technological innovations,” Consumer Reports said, noting it was “pricey” at $89,650. California-based Tesla Motors Inc , which was founded by billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk in 2003, said it expects to deliver about 35,000 of the model this year. By comparison, the best-selling car in the United States last year, the Toyota Camry, sold about 408,000 in 2013. Consumer Reports hasn’t named a best overall since a Lexus model took the top honors in 2010.
If you would like to read more: http://news.yahoo.com/electric-car-tesla-named-consumer-reports-39-top-175437190–sector.html

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