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Best Buy: 10 Cars,Trucks, SUV’s in 2015 for Louisville Kentucky, KY and Southern Indiana

10 Cars, Trucks, SUVs Coming Your Way in 2015 to a Dealer near Louisville Kentucky, KY – Get your Brochure and Test Drive Scheduled now!

APRIL 19, 2014

The Automakers of the world are teasing us with their 2015 model year vehicles, many of which should be available to the public by the end of December. It’s always fun to see how new models take shape, and so far, 2015 is setting up to be a good year for buyers in just about every category.

Truck enthusiasts have Ford’s new, aluminum Ford F-150 and General Motors’ Canyon and Colorado to look forward to, while the more performance-minded can look forward to the new Subaru WRX, or BMW M3 and M4. Those looking for a spot of leather and creature comforts, seek no further than Cadillac’s new ATS Coupe or Escalade, while the more practical and frugal can wait on Honda’s new Fit or Chrysler’s new 200 sedan.

Here are ten new cars hitting American showrooms this year (or next), out of the several scheduled for release. It appears that it’ll be a solid year for luxury vehicles and crossovers, as well as fuel-efficient models that continue to push the envelope for lesser consumption.

2015 FordF150 Louisville KY

1. Ford F-150

Ford’s F-150 is easily one of the most anticipated new vehicles for the 2015 model year, not just because it’s America’s perennial best-selling vehicle, but because Ford has flushed out considerable amounts of the F-150′s steel body and replaced it with high-strength aluminum alloy, making it lighter, better handling, more fuel efficient, and stretching each horsepower further. Its new module design also ensures that the F-150 will be easier to repair and take far less time — thus saving significant amounts of money over similar repairs being made to the previous generations – Used Ford F-150 in Louisville KY.

2. Cadillac Escalade

It’s been a few years since Cadillac’s Escalade has gotten any real attention (the same could be said about the rest of GM’s large SUV lineup), but 2015 will change all of that. Aside from the drastically different look, the Escalade promises be better performing, more comfortable, more fuel efficient, and just as decadent as it has been in the past — perhaps even more so. Its interior is likely one of the most refined that we’ve seen from Cadillac in a number of years, with options for genuine wood trim, premium leather, and so on.

3. Chrysler 200

Chrysler’s 200 sedan — and its Sebring sibling — needed some desperate attention if the car was going to compete with, well, anyone. Fortunately, under its new Fiat ownership, the 200 has been given the breath of life it so badly needed, and the 200 once again has a fighting chance at regaining some needed market share in the small sedan segment. The new 200 boasts a far sleeker profile and form and looks far more in-place among the newer generations of sedans. The convertible won’t be seeing a 2015 model year, however, so you’ll have to spring for the conventional hardtop.

2015 Chevy Colorado & GMC Canyon in Louisville KY

4. GMC Canyon

American manufacturers all but abandoned the small truck segment, but with the new GMC canyon and Chevy Colorado, GM is looking to even the score with Toyota’s reigning Tacoma pickup. The trucks will have two gasoline options — an inline four and a V6 — with a diesel option slated for 2016. The segment is aimed at some aggressive growth in the nearer future, with Honda teasing a new Ridgeline, VW toying with bringing its Amarok Stateside, and a new Nissan Frontier before long.

5. Honda Fit

Honda’s little Fit hatchback is among the favorites in its class and has established itself as one of the leading subcompacts on the market. However, it has been starting to age as models are wont to do, and therefore Honda is promising a brand new model for 2015, which may become of the most tech-laden competitors in the subcompact segment. It will offer more space than its predecessor, a new face, better aerodynamics, and a slew of other improvements.

6. Subaru WRX

Subaru’s new WRX has taken a lot of abuse from Subaru enthusiasts for not living up to the standards set by the company’s striking concept model, but underneath the skin, the 2015 WRX is promising to be Subaru’s best driver’s car yet. For the STI (pictured), the hallmark boxer engine churns out 305 horsepower to all four wheels, routed through an increasingly rare manual six-speed. Larger front and rear anti-roll bars provide 67 percent faster steering response, according to the company, and 16 percent less body roll thanks to tweaked suspension. Unfortunately, there won’t be a hatchback version this time around — perhaps the greatest complaint – for additional hatchbacks look at the Chevy Spark and Chevy Sonic.

7. Porsche Macan

Porsche’s (POAHF.PK) Cayenne helped bring the brand from a niche sports car maker to a mainstream luxury company, and Porsche is aiming to build on that with its Macan crossover. At a shade under $50,000, it’ll be the most affordable Porsche available, but those looking for some extra oomph can check out the Macan Turbo S, which costs over $72,000 but generates a hearty 400 or so horsepower.  Quite a difference from the Ford Escape.

Lincoln MKC for Louisville KY

8. Lincoln MKC

Lincoln’s revival isn’t quite off the ground yet, and the MKC is coming along later this year to help give the brand some lift. The MKZ has been carrying most of Lincoln’s weight, but the growth prospects in the luxury crossover segment should help Lincoln pull its brand back from the brink. The MKC, which will feature a 2.0 liter EcoBoost engine at base and have the option of Ford’s new Edge with the  2.3 liter EcoBoost that’s rated for 285 horsepower, is likely going to do very well in China when the brand launches there this Summer.

9. Audi Q3

Though it’s seen service in Europe for some time now, the Audi (VLKAY.PK) Q3 will be all-new to the U.S. when it debuts for 2015. The Q3 is intended to fill the gap for those looking for a small car like the A3 but need a bit more cabin room, and will go head-to-head with the forthcoming Mercedes GLA Class. Chances are the Q3 will be available with the same powertrains as the A3, so look for a 1.8 liter turbo, a 2.0 liter turbo, and possibly Audi/VW’s terrific 2.0 liter TDI diesel engine.

10. Cadillac ATS Coupe

Cadillac’s ATS has proven to be quite popular, and the brand is hoping to recreate the magic with two fewer doors. While many attempt to make coupes more flashy than the sedans on which they’re based, GM has taken a simple, crisp approach to the ATS Coupe, letting straight, angular lines and clean, vent- and duct-free sheet metal do the talking. The ATS Coupe will be available with a 2.0 liter four or a 3.6 liter V6, but it’s the ATS-V Coupe that we’re really interested in.  For more information on used & preowned car, truck, suv dealer in Louisville Kentucky, KY.

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2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee: Review, Information, Selection, Inventory, Sales, Parts and Service

  • 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee

    2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee

The 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee comes in five trims: Laredo, Laredo X, Limited, Overland and Overland Summit. For 2013, an all-new off-road-tuned Trailhawk model is available, and the performance-oriented SRT8 carries over. The base Grand Cherokee comes with a 3.6-liter V6 engine paired to a five-speed automatic transmission.

Standard features include a six-speaker stereo system and steering wheel-mounted audio controls. Higher trims come with features like a backup camera, a voice-activated navigation system and heated front and back seats. The Grand Cherokee was last redesigned in 2011, so this overview uses applicable research and reviews from the 2011 to 2013 model years.

Jeep Grand Cherokee Review

Scorecard

Overall: 8.1
Critics’ Rating: 8.3
Performance: 8.2
Interior: 8.1
Safety: 9.2
Reliability:

Pros & Cons

  • High-quality interior materials
  • Excellent off-road performance
  • Comfortable, roomy back seat
  • Powerful engine options
  • Below-average cargo space for the class
  • Sparse standard features for the price

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The 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee ranks 4 out of 21 Affordable Midsize SUVs. This ranking is based on our analysis of 30 published reviews and test drives of the Jeep Grand Cherokee, and our analysis of reliability and safety data.

The 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee is ranked:

  • #4in Affordable Midsize SUVs
  • #1in Off-Road SUVs
  • #4in Affordable SUVs with 2 Rows

Thanks to its excellent on- and off-road performance, good safety scores and well-designed interior, the 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee is one of the top midsize SUVs in the class.

The base Grand Cherokee comes with a V6 engine, which test drivers say supplies good power. A more powerful 5.7-liter V8 engine is optional. There is also an SRT8 performance model, which gets applause from the automotive press for its outstanding 470-horsepower V8 engine and sporty handling. All engines are paired to an automatic transmission. Test drivers think the Grand Cherokee has excellent off-road performance and they like its comfortable on-road ride. Critics say the steering feels well-connected to the road as well. Fuel economy is rated up to 17/23 mpg city/highway according to the EPA, which is about average for the class.

The Jeep Grand Cherokee is the 2013 Best 2-Row Midsize SUV for Familiesbecause it has the best combination of quality, size and family-friendly features in its class.

Reviewers agree that the Grand Cherokee’s interior is one of the best in the class. The auto press says the cabin has comfortable seats in both rows, good fit and finish and intuitive controls and gauges. Where many midsize SUVs seat at least seven or eight, the Grand Cherokee only has seating for five. Fewer seats do not mean increased cargo space, though, as the Grand Cherokee’s cargo capacity is below the class average. Still, test drivers note that the Grand Cherokee should accommodate most owners’ things and has ample cabin storage. The base trim is fairly sparsely-equipped. You’ll have to check off option boxes or opt for an upper trim level to get features like a backup camera, satellite radio and a voice-activated navigation system.

  • “A stunning interior bolstered by cutting-edge infotainment and electronics systems awaits the lucky occupants while, underneath, Jeep’s legendary 4-wheel-drive (4WD) systems prove the Grand Cherokee hasn’t gone weak when it comes to its off-road capabilities.” – Kelley Blue Book
  • “On-road refinement, a well-trimmed cabin and traditional off-road ability make the 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee fully competitive with other midsize SUVs and crossovers.” – Edmunds
  • “The Jeep Grand Cherokee balances pleasant and confident on-road handling with capable off-road tenacity. Good looking, comfortable interiors, a relatively modest exterior size, and a plethora of available options further increase its appeal.” – Consumer Guide
  • “For families surrounded by concrete jungles rather than natural terrain, the … Jeep Grand Cherokee can be a lot more SUV than is needed on a day-to-day basis, but its stylish looks and powerful engine will win more than a few families over.” – Cars.com (2012)

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DETAILS: 2013 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE