Reading Time: 2 minutes In the crossover segment, the Nissan Murano has always been a product that stood out visually. The current third generation version is no exception, boasting the brand’s signature V-Motion grille, boomerang-style notched headlights, and blacked out pillars creating the illusion of a floating roof.
Reading Time: 2 minutes If you’re like any drivers of a certain age, you might have memories of loading into the family station wagon for an outing. If you’re a bit younger, the idea of a station wagon probably seems retro and cool.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Like the Honda Civic, the Ford Focus comes in a variety of shapes and flavors, which include a regular hatch and the spicy, drift-ready ST.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Compact and subcompact crossovers offer the perfect modern car package, making it no small wonder that the segment was exploding by 2016.
Reading Time: 4 minutes What exactly constitutes an American made vehicle? Fortunately, there’s an answer, as Cars.com annually produces the American Made Index survey to find the most American made vehicles.
Reading Time: 2 minutes While SUVs are more expensive than cars when new, depreciation lets you get the vehicle capability you need at a price that fits your budget.
Reading Time: 2 minutes In the used automotive marketplace, affordable and reliable are two adjectives that are sometimes at odds with each other.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Americans are known for choosing size over fuel economy when selecting vehicles. We like spreading out, fitting all our friends and equipment for fun without feeling squeezed, and traditionally, we’re willing to pay more at the pump in exchange for space. Until now…
Reading Time: 2 minutes If you’re 6-foot-3 or taller, you are probably used to ducking to get into vehicles and crouching while driving, but you shouldn’t have to.
Reading Time: 3 minutes We tend to pay for fuel in little bits — $20 here and there to top off the tank or $60 to fill it for the week — so it’s easy to forget that most Americans spend a lot on fuel every year. In fact, the average American household spent just under $2,000 on fuel in 2017, which works out to be 2.4 percent of their income.