The ’14 Buick LaCrosse with Forward Collision Alert cautions of a slow-moving vehicle ahead.
Safety, not fuel economy, is top of mind for the majority of automotive consumers’ minds, according to a national study. Although fuel economy often is touted by automakers as the No.1 purchase consideration, Phoenix Marketing International research indicates recent ads from major brands such as Chevrolet, Infiniti and Mercedes were found most compelling by consumers when they demonstrated the vehicle’s safety features. “Safety is a theme we’ve seen consistently ...
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