Reading Time: 2 minutesHow do you find the right car for you? And how do you know you will still want it in six months? Let Carvana help you answer these questions.
Reading Time: 2 minutesPeople often say a car is one of the worst investments you can make because its value declines day by day. Understanding how depreciation works and what drags down your car’s value is critical.
Reading Time: 3 minutesUsed cars that have been well maintained can seem almost brand new. In fact, at first glance you may not even be able to tell that it had a previous owner.
Reading Time: 3 minutesAs you head off on the search for your new set of wheels, you’ll need to do some research about all the options available to you and pay attention to red flags. Our latest blog offers some first-time car buyer mistakes to avoid.
Reading Time: 2 minutesOur latest blog covers everything you need to prepare your vehicle for winter. From from slapping a coat of wax on your vehicle to protect the paint, to checking the health of windshield wipers to ensure clear vision of the road ahead, Carvana has you covered.
Reading Time: 3 minutesYou love your car. It’s been with you through many of life’s ups and downs. You may have even affectionately named your auto. But lately you’ve been thinking it might be time to trade in the keys for a newer set.
Reading Time: 4 minutesSummer driving conditions, including heat, dust, and traffic, affect everything from your tires to your battery, cooling system, hoses, and belts. With the right precautions, you can minimize the toll that heat and sun take on your car and hopefully avoid a scorching roadside breakdown.
Reading Time: 5 minutesToday, we have compact cars with 10 airbags, active safety systems, and five-star safety ratings. Here’s how we got here, and what those safety ratings mean.
Reading Time: 3 minutesIntelligent Brake Assist is Nissan’s technology package that helps avoid rear-end collisions. Nissan engineers find this important because nearly half of all two-vehicle crashes are rear-end collisions according to the NHTSA.
Reading Time: 3 minutesIt’s more than a nuisance when your steering wheel veers to the right or left on its own, which is one sign of misalignment. Such improper tire alignment can lead to a variety of expensive problems, including early wear and tear on your tires and poor gas mileage.