There was a flurry of vehicle unveilings at the NAIAS and the Corvette Stingray was one of them.
Here is a roundup of auto links from the past five days to welcome in the first weekend of December.
Photo credits: Nascar
This week’s new car is the 2011 BMW M3 Coupe base model. The M3 is a great car for driving enthusiasts who long for excellent performance and handling, and sheer automotive excitement. Its 414hp V8 engine will make your heart race and your knuckles turn white! However, with a price tag around $60k, buyers may feel they are not getting enough interior enhancements, and adding options quickly becomes very pricey. The M3 is a beautiful car with terrific performance and drivability, but by taking advantage of the Mojo price, we bet you can get a lot more for your money! First, let’s take a look at the BMW and its specs:
|2011 BMW M3 Coupe (Base)
|Engine: 4.0L V8 Manual|
|Power: 414hp and 295tq|
|0-60 in 4.2 sec|
So $59k gets you a high-performance and head-turning coupe. However, if you could get the same level of performance without the hefty price tag, how quickly would you jump on that deal? Let’s see what powerful machines we can find for the same price or less on Mojo…
Thanks to the suggestion from our Mojo fans, today’s new vs. used comparison car in the 2011 Chevy Camaro. We’ve chosen a fully equipped 2LT RS to compare to a range of excellent used vehicles on the Mojo website. Let’s break down the stats of our Camaro.
|2011 Chevy Camaro RS|
|Engine: 312hp 3.6l V6|
|Performance: 0-60 in 5.9sec|
But what could you get for the same money on Mojo? Certainly something with a little more… umm…. Mojo!