Reading Time: 4 minutes Tesla stock is currently trading at 21 times the value of Ford stock. That’s a huge statement considering the F-150 is the best-selling vehicle in the U.S. Why is Tesla valued so highly? Drive one and you’ll get an idea.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Trucks are all-around capable vehicles, able to do all kinds of work, survive off-road, and still meet your daily driver needs. That’s probably why trucks retain their resale value more than any other class of vehicle.
Reading Time: 2 minutes When you think about the countries that make great cars, the United States, Japan, and Germany often spring immediately to mind. But among these giants, Sweden has carved out a small but significant niche, exporting high-quality, safe vehicles under the Volvo badge.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Are Volkswagens for the “think different” crowd, or just a German version of Ford/Toyota? The truth is a bit more complicated. Here’s a closer look at VeeDub.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Buying a reliable used car provides peace of mind that you can safely get from point A to B without having to pay a fortune or earmark a small nest egg for vehicle maintenance. If you or your grad is in the market for a quality used vehicle, we have the right vehicles for you.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Most people who choose an SUV — even a compact one — are looking for plenty of space. The Ford Escape meets this need, with more cargo and passenger space than most other SUVs in the class.
Reading Time: 3 minutes When you think about it, it’s kind of inconsiderate that the driver gets fancy 16-way power adjustable seating, while the front passenger is stuck with a manual handle and no height adjustment. Fortunately, there are a few manufacturers that understand this plight.
Reading Time: 3 minutes You may be surprised that a vehicle as affordable as the Rio is also one of the most reliable. JD Power says the Rio is more reliable than the Honda Fit, plus there’s that massive 10-year/100,000-mile transferable warranty.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Enthusiasts were thrilled when Dodge announced the return of the Challenger a little over a decade ago. The third-generation muscle car is still going strong, wearing a 1970s inspired look reinterpreted for the modern age.
Reading Time: 3 minutes If crossovers aren’t your thing, the Escalade is still the SUV to get if you’re a CEO or rapper. Originally starting at $71,000, it has street presence and looks expensive, but depreciation is your friend here, and you can find great examples for half that.