Auto show, electric vehicle rebates rev up at Mohegan Sun
Connecticut International Auto Show rolls into new home
Montville — Vince Chrzanowski has owned four Jaguars over the last three decades, including a 1959 Mark IX, a luxury saloon car he says "had more leather and wood than a typical British men's club."
"It was a beautiful, great old car. It looked like an old Bentley," said Chrzanowski, a retired teacher sporting a Jag hat. His wife, Lois, also is a retired teacher and car aficionado. The Baltic couple eagerly joined morning rush hour Friday at Mohegan Sun's Earth Expo and Convention Center for the jumpstart of the Connecticut International Auto Show.
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DONATED CAR HELPS BRIDGEPORT TECH PROGRAM
UNCASVILLE – New venue, new vehicles.
For the first time the Connecticut International Auto Show will be held in the new convention center at Mohegan Sun. On move in day, hundreds of new cars made their way into the exhibition hall.
TESLA BILL HURTS CONSUMERS
As the black 2016 Nissan Murano zoomed into the Bullard Haven Technical High School automotive shop bay, some 64 prospective mechanics were there to welcome it.
OP-ED: TESLA CONCEPT NOT GOOD PUBLIC POLICY
I have worked for more than 20 years at the Scranton Motors dealership in Vernon and believe passage of the “Tesla Bill” will hurt me, fellow employees at dealerships and Connecticut consumers.
THOMAS D’ADDARIO: TESLA DIRECT SALES NOT SUCH ABARGAIN
As the one of the owners of Lexus of Greenwich I would like to address a number of points in Dan Haar’s column, “Barring Tesla stores in Connecticut hurts the state” (Friday).
PUERTO RICO NATIVE PREPARES TO HAND-DELIVER GOODS COLLECTED, STORED IN HARTFORD
I am responding to Dan Haar’s column, “Past time to let Tesla into state,” Conn. Post, Feb. 15, 2018)
SCHALLER AUTO WORLD PUTS PEOPLE FIRST
Elliot Matos isn’t too proud to have forgotten the days, long ago, when relief workers handed him and his family a box of supplies to make life more bearable in their remote slice of Puerto Rico.
AS ELECTRIC CAR SALES ACCELERATE, ENVIRONMENTAL ADVOCATES STILL WORRY
Ask Art Schaller Jr. about recent business accomplishments, and his answer may surprise you. "We had our highest attendance ever at the annual Christmas party," he said. It's clear that people are a priority at Schaller Auto World when it comes to clients and staff.
USED CAR BUYERS URGED TO LOOK OUT FOR FLOOD-DAMAGED VEHICLES
In recent years, Hoffman Ford Lincoln general sales manager Billy Genereux has sold and leased from his East Hartford show room an increasing number of plug-in hybrid vehicles, which can run on both electricity and gasoline.
State officials and auto retailers alike are urging used car buyers to beware of flood-damaged vehicles.