Alamo Used Car Sales
The Alamo, an important landmark in American history, now a peaceful place and thriving society is visited every year by thousands of tourists wanting to see the landmarks and not only. The impressive deals and rent-a-car services have drawn enthusiasts everywhere, now seeking a little more than a history lesson. They are very interested in buying good cars with low costs thus making Alamo one of the best places if you want to purchase a good, reliable, used car not very heavy on the pocket.
Let’s check out some of the top model sales registered in Alamo this past year.
One of the favorites is the 2006 Impala by Chevrolet. A manufacturer with some heavy history and big market conquests, Chevrolet brings significant updates for the Impala. It has modified its design giving it new model headlights, taillights and wheels. On the inside we have stronger audio system, new airbags and fold-flat rear seat, a completely redesigned dashboard and instrumental panel to make things even smoother than before. The outside gains a stronger body structure, refined suspension geometry which ensures better stability and improved braking systems. Engine also powered up having it upgraded to a 3.5 liter V6 that gives the torque quite a kick. Definitely deserves to be one of the favorites in the buyer’s mind.
The 2005 Chrysler Sebring is part of a very exclusive club of reasonably priced vehicles in the midsize segment, and holds its ground well. The Sebring comes in a few designs: as a sedan, or a soft – top convertible, or hardtop convertible in LX. It’s reasonably well equipped for a low price midsection car. Safety comes from front-side impact along side with full-length hear curtain airbags. A tilt/telescoping steering wheel a six-CD changer make it more comfortable to be in. The engine is a 2.4-liter inline four-cylinder engine rated for 173 horsepower which is very decent and offers an increased ride quality as it proves both composed and comfortable at freeway speeds which makes it a perfect candidate for a good car with a good price.
And of course a Toyota candidate steps up to the plate with the 2007 Yaris model. This car is cute as a bug, you won’t mind taking it clubbing, its a Toyota so automatically falls in line with all the Toyota cars: it’s reliable. Another little aspect to take into consideration, it’s electronically packed to the teeth. Ground effects kit, cd/mp3 player, keyless entry, foglamps, power windows and locks are only some of the features integrated in this cute, tiny sedan. All Yaris models are powered by a little 1.5 liter, four-cylinder engine that produces 106 hp modified for fuel efficiency. It’s cute, it’s small, it’s safe, and despite the engine, it’s quite fast and quite fun in curvy roads with a stiffened suspension. What more do you want?
And typically, the most interesting of all is an SUV. The 2004 Nissan Xterra is a compact SUV that poses high interest among the populace. A modified engine with an Eaton supercharger boosts the 3.3 liter V6 engine to 180 hp enough to ensure a smooth ride on harsh terrain and altogether the same on open smooth road. The five speed manual transmission ensures a decent power distribution to all 4 wheels making this 4×4 very reliable on big angles of slippery slops.
I think I’ll be heading to Alamo for some… history.
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