Cars Charleston SC
Cars and trucks are a part of our daily lives, helping us get to where we need to go. If you're in the market for a new or used car, need some advice on repairing or maintaining your car or are just interested in keeping up with car trends, the following articles are for you.
Want to buy a new car? Read this article about Mercedes-Benz C-Class and see whether the sedan is available in Charleston. Mercedes-Benz has thoroughly updated the C-Class for 2008, with all-new styling, expanded dimensions, a new C300 model that replaces the C280, and the deletion of the base C230.
Starting at $15,055 in Charleston, the Versa 1.8 SL adds 15-inch alloy wheels, height-adjustable front bucket seats, upgraded cloth upholstery and soft-touch interior plastics, a rear fold-down armrest, a 180-watt stereo with a six-disc CD changer and MP3/WMA player, an iPod jack, the 1.8 S model's Power Package, cruise control, and a lower front console. Buyers of the Versa 1.8 SL may also opt for an Xtronic continuously variable automatic transmission. Read on to learn more about the Nissan Versa’s features.
From the outside, the Pontiac Solstice is a looker, turning heads everywhere it's driven in Charleston and sporting a look of quality and refinement. The curvaceous bodylines are sensual, but the Solstice retains a serious sports car guise. Read through this guide to learn more about the features of the Solstice.
Unofficially, the Porsche Carrera GT is a racecar; however this is a racecar that was built for the street in Charleston. It isn't so much because it produces monstrous amounts of power from its V-10 engine—though it does—or that its carbon fiber construction keeps everything very light weight. It's more the sum of its parts that make this car worth every bit of its $440,000 price tag.