The performance and styling of American vehicles have always historically reflected the feelings of the times that they were created and sold in.
Ethanol is about one dollar a gallon cheaper than gasoline. If the entire savings were passed along at the point of sale, diluting gasoline with 15% ethanol would make the resulting blend about five cents per gallon cheaper than the E10 blend of regular gas.
With the application of some lubricants you can get your vehicle to be nice and quiet again and probably avoid repairs as well.
There are now many brands and types of oil on the market. Fortunately, there are automotive industry standards which explain all their characteristics so you can find what is best for your vehicle.
CV joints wear out over time. One of thereasons these wear is that they are covered by “boots” – rubber, accordion-like coverings around the axles’ ends - that seal out junk like road salt and sand.
The hatchbacks have always been people’s favorite because of their affordability, fuel consumption and practicality.