Reading Time: 2 minutes So why pick an SUV from 2015 specifically? Aside from the fact that it was a great period where several automobile manufacturers launched refreshed or redesigned versions of key products, four-year old vehicles strike the right balance between affordability and reliability.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Hondas are known for their outstanding Japanese reliability, and the Odyssey is no exception. In fact, it’s so reliable that it could very well last you as long as you’re transporting kids and all their baggage.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The windows are down, the music is up, and the people you love are in the car with you, ready for whatever the road brings. It’s no wonder road trips are a quintessential American activity.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Crossover SUVs seem to be all the rage these days. Yet, if you have a large or growing family, and want room for them to stretch out and haul all their stuff, only a large SUV will do.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The best used midsize SUVs today offer functionality, safety, flexibility, comfort, and a cool factor for a fraction of the price of buying new.
Reading Time: 3 minutes The Camaro has been traditionally known over the last 50 years as a fun-to-drive coupe, but recent R&D turned the pony car into a world-class sports car.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Midsize cars remain one of the most popular types of cars on the market. Not only are they excellent for driving around town or across state, but they can comfortably handle five passengers and offer decent storage space.
Reading Time: 3 minutes The Jeep Cherokee has earned praise since the ’80s for its good looks, reliability, and off-road ruggedness. Take a closer look at the details of what MotorTrend calls “the anti-RAV4.”
Reading Time: 3 minutes If you’re in the market for a first car for yourself or someone you love, you want a vehicle that’s safe and reliable, but cheap insurance and decent gas mileage would be nice too. Check out these safe and reliable vehicles that are great for a first-time driver.
Reading Time: 2 minutes When people talk about pickups, stats are thrown around usually involving torque and towing ability. But what about fuel economy?