Reading Time: 4 minutes Its space and comfort sets the Honda CR-V apart, but the CR-V has other perks as well. It has an above-average reliability rating and outstanding gas mileage.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Consider this: according to Subaru, 97 percent of their cars sold within the last ten years are still on the road. That’s a huge draw for people who want a vehicle that lasts.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Are you looking for an SUV that still feels stylish and fun? If so, you should consider the Audi Q5. The Q5 (and its sports-tuned cousin, the Audi SQ5) has powerful engines options and an upscale interior.
Reading Time: 4 minutes What really sets the Tacoma apart is its outstanding reliability. If you want a truck that will last you a decade or more, the Tacoma is a great bet.
Reading Time: 9 minutes The Mazda CX-5 is a reviewer favorite, with most loving the interior and exterior appearance, sporty handling, and real-world practical design choices.
Reading Time: 5 minutes The i3, which was introduced in 2014, is a hatchback that comes as a fully electric vehicle, or with a range extender package that turns it into plug-in hybrid. When you’re driving the i3, you’ll get access to the swift acceleration that comes with an electric engine.
Reading Time: 7 minutes What many car buyers today may not realize is that the Ford Mustang isn’t just for muscle car fans. An overhaul of the Mustang’s interior in 2010 made seating more comfortable for passengers without compromising the power under the hood or aesthetics of the exterior.
Reading Time: 12 minutes Honda Civic reliability is absolutely stellar, in the league of the most reliable vehicles you can buy. It ranks with the Honda Accord, Toyota Corolla and Toyota Camry as standouts for reliability.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Although it’s one of the lesser-known Jeeps available, the Renegade appeals to drivers who prefer a smaller vehicle, but still want the performance and styling of a Jeep.
Reading Time: 5 minutes One reason that sedans appeal to many buyers is because they are, generally speaking, the cheapest type of car to buy. Many sedans can be bought brand new for under $20,000, and they’re even more affordable on the used market.