LA Auto Show 2012-Why Should You Ever Go There? Five Secrets Unveiled
Los Angeles this week will once again be the focus of the automotive world. The 105th LA Auto Show opens to the public on Nov. 30 at the Convention Center and runs through Dec. 9.
Great Deals on Outgoing 2012 Models
With the end of 2012, automakers have effectively shifted their lineups to all 2013 model year vehicles. What this means is that leftover 2012 vehicles that did not sell are heavily discounted. Therefore, make room on dealer lots for the new 2013 models. The 2012 model is still a very capable vehicle and a good buy, especially since you can likely bag one on the cheaper rate.
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The Best Car Deals
The LA Auto Show representatives are working hard to make car shopping as easy and affordable as possible. A list of 10 of the best new car deals is prepared for November. The vehicles on the list are on sale for an exceptionally high discount compared to their MSRP and invoice price. For more information about the cars on the list, you can log on to CarWoo.com.
Tech-Plan: Pedestrian Safety Design
Pedestrian safety design hopes to limit more than 4,000 people killed every year in the United States. While there are no requirements for pedestrian safety in America, Europe has a growing number of rules and regulations carmakers must meet. Since many vehicles are sold in both the U.S. and Europe, those safety features arrive in America.
Pedestrian safety design directly affects the exterior styling of a vehicle and can sometimes work against other safety features.
2012 Technology of the Year Finalists Announced
Since January, AOL Autos and its esteemed board of judges have been working to find the best of the best in auto technology. With over 30 nominees in the areas of Connectivity, Active Safety and Telematics, they have narrowed it down to our six finalists. Now, they are inviting you to take a seat at the judges' table.
Meet the Classy Booth Babes
To accommodatingly posing for photos with the cars they represented, the so-called "booth babes" in Los Angeles are the ones pulling the covers-off the newly revealed rides.