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Looking to stock up on some of your favorite automotive accessories? Well today is the day to do it.
July 12 is Amazon Prime Day, when prices are slashed on a selection of items, making it a great time to buy at bargain prices. For 24 hours, tons of deals will come and go, but there is a catch: you have to be an Amazon Prime member.
A subscription costs $99 annually, and gets you access to all these great one-day deals plus Prime Music streaming, Prime video streaming and free two-day shipping. Or, if you only want to take advantage of this one day sale, you can sign up for Prime and cancel within a 30-day window. Either way, you get great deals and free two-day shipping!
Take a look at the list below to see some of the best automotive-themed accessories we dug up that may interest you. And donít forget to browse all of the great Prime Day deals.
A closer look at 5 of the most reliable recent German cars on the market
Numerous attributes draw drivers to German cars: high performance, world-class luxury, thoughtful design and styling, or an upscale and top-notch driving experience. New and used-car shoppers often seek out a BMW, Audi, Porsche, Volkswagen or Mercedes-Benz as their means of accessing a taste of the motoring high-life. Whether youíre after an affordable and economical family sedan, a high-performance sports car, or anything in between, thereís a German car thatís perfect for you.
However, German cars have also developed a reputation for questionable reliability and high ownership and maintenance costs, so we wondered which were the safest bets from the land of the Autobahn. Here we highlight 5 of the most reliable German cars on the road today, based on the research and experience of our experts, as well as recent results of the annual J.D. Power Vehicle Dependability Study (VDS), which analyzes reliability data reported by current owners of three-year old vehicles.
If you own a Volkswagen TDI-equipped vehicle, you have some money coming your way.
Earlier today, the class action settlement was announced, revealing that VW diesel owners will get between $5,100 and $10,000 as a cash bonus, decided by a formula that Volkswagen has. On top of the cash, owners will have the option to either sell their car back to Volkswagen or get it fixed.
Naturally the amount varies based on the year, make and model, but hereís a complete breakdown of what you can expect to receive.
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