Archive for March, 2019
What are the advantages of manual transmission cars?
Are you contemplating buying a manual transmission car? We have some manual options at Apex Motorworks near Chicago, but what are the advantages of manual transmission cars? We’ll answer that and explore many of the drawbacks of a manual. (more…)
What makes the Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen unique?
The G-Wagen from Mercedes-Benz is actually just a shorthand for Geländewagens which is essentially German for SUV. In the US, these models are called the G-Class. In essence, both G-Class and G-Wagen mean the same thing. What makes the Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen unique? We will go over its history and explore this singular Mercedes-Benz model. (more…)
Used all-wheel-drive cars in Chicago IL
Just because you want a car or even a convertible, does not mean you have to ignore the benefits of all-wheel drive. In fact, at Apex Motorworks, we can get you behind the wheel of used all-wheel-drive cars in Chicago, IL today. See our inventory of AWD sedans, convertibles, and coupes right here. (more…)
How to calculate fuel range
Knowing your mpg numbers can be a point of pride for some and it is at least a curiosity for most, but how important is that to your day to day? Is fuel range more important to how you drive and how want to drive in your next car? That’s understandable, and that’s why we want to help by telling you how to calculate fuel range and more. (more…)
What are the differences between BMW SUV models?
The BMW SUV lineup is confusing at best. What are the differences between BMW SUV models? With different body styles and different price points, it can be difficult to get a firm grasp on the lineup, but we are going to attempt to straighten all that out and give you a clear picture of the SUV lineup from BMW. (more…)
Origins of the Land Rover brand
The Land Rover brand has had a complicated history, and we will get into all of that here as we explore the origins of the Land Rover brand. First though, you may want to know where Land Rover models are even made. They were always a product of England, and though they may have ties and even production facilities in other countries, you can safely think of them as a British brand. (more…)