Reading Time: 2 minutesIn the used automotive marketplace, affordable and reliable are two adjectives that are sometimes at odds with each other.
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 minutesIf you’re in the market for a top rated SUV that’s more fun to drive than a minivan, here are four models worth considering.
Reading Time: 2 minutesManufacturers have been catering to the market making practical products like the three-row, all-wheel drive Mitsubishi Outlander crossover, or the Nissan Quest boasting a cavernous 108.4 cubic feet of storage space.
Reading Time: 3 minutesThe Detroit Free Press recently reported that the average price of a new pickup in the U.S. is now over $48,000. Needless to say, that’s quite a chunk of change.
Reading Time: 3 minutesWith a classy design, luxury appointments, and loaded with tech, these SUVs are compact enough for everyday driving, but skip nothing in the name of refinement.
Reading Time: 4 minutesLuxury vehicles are where you start looking, but there’s a lot of variety within the class. See the Carvana vehicles that deliver maximum luxury for the value.
Reading Time: 3 minutesWe 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.
Reading Time: 3 minutesHere’s a look at what makes these rides unique in their segment, and why you need a Toyota SUV on your list when you head out for test drives.