Posts Tagged ‘cars’

Why Car Prices Are Still so High—And Why They Are Unlikely to Fall Anytime Soon

Mar 22nd, 2023

It has been nearly three years since auto plants around the world started to shut down because of the pandemic. Yet between the pandemic, an acute shortage of semiconductors and other supply chain snarls, vehicle production has never really returned to normal. And prices? Hoo boy. Click here to read more.

31% of New Cars Sold For Above Sticker Price Last Month. These 10 Models Have the Biggest Premiums

Mar 15th, 2023

The average new-car price in February was $45,296, compared with the average manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $41,637, a new study shows. Click here to read more.

Here Are the Worst Cars from the Years You Were Born

Mar 8th, 2023

Everyone’s convinced that things were better back in their day. When it comes to music, movies and house prices, we have a tendency to look at a lot of aspects of life through rose-tinted glasses. But what about cars, is the same true that the vehicles we knew growing up were better than the ones […]

Is the Inventory Shortage Coming to an End?

Jan 18th, 2023

The inventory shortage has dragged on for more than two years now, but for shoppers playing the waiting game, it might feel more like two decades. Click here to read more.

The 25 Bestselling Cars, Trucks, and SUVs of 2022

Jan 10th, 2023

Supply issues continue to plague the industry, but these are the models that managed to reach the most buyers in 2022. Click here to read more.

Why do Some Sports Cars Have Such Dark Windows?

Aug 31st, 2022

Have you ever seen a car and thought that its windows were way darker than most vehicles? Click here to read more.

Unfazed: Film Shops Thrive Through the Slow Season

Dec 15th, 2021

The film industry finds itself in the thick of slow season, a period packed with cooler temperatures, varying demand and overall financial uncertainty. Which strategies and services are shops leaning on this fall? WINDOW FILM magazine caught up with owners in Georgia, Tennessee, Maryland, New Mexico and Colorado for a countrywide check-in. “We have to […]