I’ve been meaning to mention this lately. It seems that suddenly, and inexplicably, Hyundai and Kia became… cool. My pals at Auto123.com wrote a piece on Hyundai and Kia becoming “a victim of their own success“, so I felt inspired to jump on their coattails and get this post out. I know, I know. The Koreans [...]
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You know what’s sad? When something happens to your car. I really hate that. A twit Someone on Twitter was teasing me recently for admitting that I get very emotional at the sight wrecked car. I can’t help it. It cuts me. It cuts me deep. Fittingly, I work at a car dealership where the inventory is full [...]
I’ve often mentioned my father’s prevalence in molding his daughter into the automotive enthusiast that I am, but you know, it takes two to tango. Or to turn your toddler into a gear head. My mother, who’s equally responsible for my existence, is also somewhat to blame for my existence at Devan Infiniti, or at [...]
My dad recently acquired a Mercedes-Benz. And no, it’s not what you’re thinking. AT ALL. But it kicks ass.
The sad irony is that this weather, this impending 7 month span of unbearably cold weather, this “autumn” puts me in such a gloomy mood. But its the same gloom I’m totally complaining about.
I recently got into an obnoxious argument the other day with a friend and former colleague about the validity of Infiniti. To be fair, it wasn’t exactly an “argument,” but more of an aggressive conversation. It all took place on Facebook chat, which is the only place to have such a heated discourse, since its [...]
If only you knew how bad traffic is normally in Greenwich, but adding you to the picture is a bit daunting. I guess you’re used to it, living in Washington, DC and all, but I mean… you get a motorcade!
In a world where people are completely process driven, focused on efficiency (if nothing else), need constant entertainment and instant satisfaction, life–the important things in it, that is–becomes a distraction.
Given my upbringing in Greenwich, CT which blindly considers any German automobile to be superior to any other brand despite many grave deficiencies, its only natural to dismiss a brand like Lexus or Infiniti. But its for this very reason, automotive snobbery, that I find true value in Infiniti and in fact, prefer it over other brands.
The purpose is to link the professional with the personal, to track how the two collide and aquiesce as we navigate through the days.