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Usher in the New Year With a New Car

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On: Tue, Dec 2, 2014 at 6:58AM | By: Gary P Garry


Usher in the New Year With a New Car

Thanksgiving has come and gone, and now we get to stop eating leftover turkey and get down to the business of shopping for the next round of holidays. They say that giving is its own reward, and it can be fun to pick out the ideal gift for everyone on your list.

However, the real fun comes when you watch your family and friends open those gifts when the big day arrives. Even if the shopping was stressful at times, the looks on their faces are worth the trouble.

Giving to others is great, but what about you? Has your car gotten to be a little bit boring?

You may want to consider giving yourself a new car for the holidays. It's a great time of year to get a new ride, and the 2015 models are filling the showrooms right around now.

If you need some inspiration, how about a 2015 Porsche Boxster convertible? These cars are stunning to look at, and ample power is there. The Boxster comes equipped with a flat-six engine that sits in the rear. The most potent option engine option is a 3.4-liter, 330-horsepower GTS.

The standard tranny is a six-speed stick, but a seven-speed automatic is offered as an option. Car and Driver rates the 2015 Porsche Boxster third on their list of the top ten 2015 sports cars. The sticker price for the top end model is around $75,000, but it's only money, right? You should be driving something special when you usher in the new year.

Then there is the top dog on the Car and Driver sports car list: the 2015 Corvette. The car has a 460-horsepower V-8 under the hood that will mos def get you there in a hurry. We're talkin' zero to sixty in 3.7 seconds, and zero to 130 in 14.5. This car will set you back about $55,000.

Going new for the new year is certainly an option, but you could go the classic car route, even if you are happy with your main ride. When you add a classic to your life you keep a piece of history alive, and you are making a sound investment if you choose wisely.

Life is short, and driving is fun. You might as well make the most of it as the new year approaches.

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