Miami's overall economy may still be in recovery mode, but that doesn't mean we're scrimping when it comes to our cars. Luxury cars and trucks make up a higher percentage of the Miami area's overall auto sales than in any other market in the country.
If you want to know why American car companies are hurting, it's because they don't offer a free toy with every purchase. Hey, it works for Happy Meals.We snagged this photo off Ruben_I's flickr photostream, who took the pic at Matheson Hammock Park.
It can be a devil to drive.
Since Riptide seems to be the premier destination for news about eco-friendly cars in Miami, here is your latest news: Tesla (the electric car company invested in by the men behind Google) unveiled a new sedan to complement their roadster. It's called the model S. They also promise that they'll open ... More >>
Well, this is just not good news for anyone. Bob Norman at the Pulp got a hold of a Miami Herald memo announcing that there's more cuts coming to the paper, very soon. Publisher David Landsberg blames a decrease in ad revenue due to the hard luck of many local retailers and auto dealers. No word on ... More >>
Or just fake like you are, at the Auto Show.
Good news for anyone in the area who wants to buy an eco-friendly ride but doesn't want to be cheap about it. Tesla Motors will be opening a Miami show room and service center sometime in the first quarter of next year. The firm was founded in Silicon Valley (as in: not Detroit) in 2003 to make Am ... More >>
Jose D. Duran This mural is brought to you by the Ford Motor Co. So as some of you pointed out last week, the mural I photographed on NE 14th Street was nothing more than a paid advertisement by the Ford Motor Co. I revisited the mural today and you were right. Can't say I'm surprised. (Cue savvy P ... More >>
Former employees sold out sleazy South Miami-Dade car dealer John Svadbik. So why are police doing nada?