Reading Time: 2 minutesSometimes people are conditioned to believe that because a vehicle is affordable, it probably won’t look very good. We’re here to explain why that’s not exactly true.
Reading Time: 3 minutesCompact and subcompact crossovers offer the perfect modern car package, making it no small wonder that the segment was exploding by 2016.
Reading Time: 2 minutesWhen you’re in the market for a third row SUV, it’s usually because you want a vehicle that can accommodate a growing family or haul plenty of people and cargo without having to buy a minivan.
Reading Time: 3 minutesWhat 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: 3 minutesWhile you won’t find heavy duty, maximum towing rigs when you peruse Honda’s inventory of high quality crossovers, you will find efficiency, comfort, everyday utility, and reliability.
Reading Time: 2 minutesMidsize 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: 2 minutesThe models on this list consistently rank as some of the most reliable car brands on the market. When any of these models are combined with regular maintenance and proper care, they can get you from A to B for 200,000 miles or more.
Reading Time: 2 minutesAmericans 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: 3 minutesTwenty thousand dollars doesn’t buy many new SUVs anymore. As of this writing, it buys just one, the Jeep Compass.
Reading Time: 2 minutesIt’s no secret that one of the biggest advantages of buying used is the savings compared to a new car purchase. The moment a brand-new car is driven off the lot, it loses an average of 10% of its market value, and then another 10% over the course of its first year.