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These Are the Favorite Cars of Hispanic Americans in 2021

The Hispanic American community represents 19 percent of the population. This makes the Hispanic American population a more participative “minority” in the economy, culture, science, and in all areas of life. The automotive industry is no exception: Nearly 20 percent of vehicles sold in the U.S. in 2020 were purchased by people of Latino origin. 

(For Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs from September 15 to October 15, we are highlighting the best Latino talent in science and technology, as well as the related consumer trends of this community.)

In 2020, 29 percent of new vehicle registrations were multicultural (Hispanic, Asian, African American), with Hispanics leading growth in this category in the automotive industry. Here are the favorite cars of Hispanic Americans.

Most popular cars by brand

According to IHS Markit, a consulting firm that conducts research work on the automotive industry, the preferred brands of Hispanic Americans in

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Trophy Automotive Dealer Group Announces the Launch of Fab Cars, An E-Commerce Platform For Selling and Buying Used Cars

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Trophy Automotive Dealer Group, one of the largest automotive dealer groups in California, has launched an e-commerce platform for buying and selling used cars through the mobile application “Fabcars – Buy and Sell Cars” and online http://fabcars.com. The company also has launched its first location to engage with customers for pick up, test drive and delivery at the city of Carson, California. Fab Cars which stands for Flexible, Affordable and Better or even Fabulous will provide a new and fabulous car experience to customers and an incredible experience with the customer, to be announced very soon.Fab Cars is a new mobile app available on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store that will allow customers to browse, buy and sell used cars directly through their mobile phone.By downloading the Fab Cars app, users will enter a digital

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Writer and Photographer Team Up to Detail ’50 Cars Time Forgot’

Early in 2020, veteran automotive writer Axel Catton and veteran automotive photographer Michel Zumbrunn were looking for a project they could work on during the pandemic. Along with publisher teNeues, they settled on the idea that became Lost Beauties: 50 Cars that Time Forgot, a new, lavishly illustrated coffee-table book that takes an in-depth look at influential, outlier, or just plain weird vintage vehicles that have all but vanished from the (general) public imagination.

Starting with 300 images that Zumbrunn had shot over the past decade or so, Catton and his collaborators each created a list of the 50 cars they’d want to include in the book. “About 45 were identical on all three lists,” Catton said. “We said, wow, that’s something. It made our job much easier.”

Cars were chosen based on a few criteria. “I wanted to look at the pictures and have them speak to me

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It’s easy to check your car’s safety rating: Here’s how

Be safe.


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It’s easy to overlook safety as a crucial part of your car, but it’s a crucial pillar to any vehicle. In the event of a crash, a car’s number one job is to keep passengers as safe as can be. With that in mind, you can check your current car’s safety rating with a few simple steps. Or, if you’re shopping for a new car, you can find that particular vehicle’s safety rating too.

Here’s how to find out your car’s safety rating, and what happens if the federal government hasn’t tested a particular car.

1. Have your year, make and model information

Perhaps you know it by heart, or you need to find this information. The owner’s manual included with your car will give you all the relevant information needed to supply the proper year, make and model. Don’t have the owner’s manual? A window

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