From Porsche to Lexus, Fiat to Ford Mustang, the stars are shining at the Los Angeles Auto Show, running through Nov. 29 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
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When Findlay Toyota added Allstate Insurance to the dealership at 7733 Eastgate Road in the Valley Automall three years ago, the move was considered a cutting-edge decision all over the nation.
Chris Yakimchuk and his wife, Shelley, purchased a pair of vehicles from Crossroads Auto Center at 6175 W. Sahara Ave. With a 2013 Cadillac CTS driven by Chris and Shelly powering a sporty 2013 Chevrolet Camaro, the couple found the best at the dealership.
Former UCLA All-American and pro basketball player Ed O’Bannon and his wife, Rosa, knew his playing days were over in 2004. One year earlier, the couple and their three children had moved to Las Vegas from Southern California.
It broke the standing record at Germany’s famous Nurburgring (“The Ring”) 14.2-mile race course with a trip of 6.57 seconds, breaking Ferrari Racer Niki Lauda’s 1975 record of 6.58 seconds.
Towbin Prestige Chrysler Jeep Dodge at 6520 Centennial Center Blvd. is the new dealer for the 2015 Chrysler 200.
Native Las Vegan Kayla Mann now owns her second Hyundai after purchasing a 2015 Sonata from Planet Hyundai Sahara. She knew when it was time to find a new car there wasn’t any reason to go anywhere else.
Mike and Sheilah Vollmer and their daughter Angelique said they were impressed with the Kia brand after seeing automobiles advertised on NBC’s television show “The Voice.”
The Ford certified preowned Labor Day vehicle portion of the car business is off and running at Friendly Ford, 600 N. Decatur Blvd.
Gaudin Ford and the Gaudin Automotive Group have announced the donation of one of the first, much heralded newly redesigned 2015 Ford Mustangs as part of a massive fundraising effort for the Grant a Gift for Autism Foundation.
Findlay Cadillac recently reached a milestone, and Mesquite residents Priscilla and Roger Steelman said they were happy to be a part of the accomplishment.
Brian Kosinski and Lorna Burdick headed for Planet Hyundai Sahara recently to purchase a 2014 Elantra. They had several reasons.
Officials from Park Place Infiniti and The Shade Tree announced the goal for July’s bottled water drive was exceeded by 65 gallons.
It’s a busy Saturday morning at Friendly Ford, and General Sales Manager Steve Crevling is working three car deals.
Israeli Doron Bodinger loves competition. The Findlay Toyota sales agent jumped into the car business four years ago and hasn’t looked back.
Native Las Vegan Kathy Fox underwent a career change after working with the Nevada State Welfare Department for 10 years when she became a local Realtor.
Rosalyn Blanchette was returning from an outing with friends last summer in her 1998 Ford Escort when she suddenly found herself in the middle of a flash flood on North Decatur Boulevard Aug. 25.
Safe Kids Clark County and Findlay Chevrolet combined efforts to present National Heatstroke Prevention Day July 31 at the dealership in the southwest valley. The kickoff event on National Heat Stroke Prevention Day marked the first of four events this year that key on safety in and around a vehicle. Car seat safety along with the continued campaign regarding excessive heat will be Aug. 16 at the dealership.
Economic studies in recent months have pointed to Nevada’s steady recovery from the Great Recession. Most major economic indicators have started pointing in a positive direction.
Gaudin Porsche is donating $100 for each test-drive of a new or preowned or certified Porsche today during the annual Children’s Miracle Network fundraising radio-thon at Town Square.
Pop quiz: If you’re cruising down the highway in the passing lane and an ambulance is closing in behind you — swirling lights and sirens blazing — do you:
To say that South Vietnamese native Tai Kingon is an overachiever would undoubtedly be considered an understatement.
Lexus of Las Vegas announced it is a corporate sponsor of the Special Olympics Nevada fifth annual Pedal to the Medal charity bicycle event in commemoration of special Olympian Andrea Jagodzinski, who died in 2007. All proceeds raised will stay local and provide free sports opportunities for Special Olympics Nevada athletes.