Reading Time: 7 minutes What many car buyers today may not realize is that the Ford Mustang isn’t just for muscle car fans. An overhaul of the Mustang’s interior in 2010 made seating more comfortable for passengers without compromising the power under the hood or aesthetics of the exterior.
Reading Time: 12 minutes Honda Civic reliability is absolutely stellar, in the league of the most reliable vehicles you can buy. It ranks with the Honda Accord, Toyota Corolla and Toyota Camry as standouts for reliability.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Although it’s one of the lesser-known Jeeps available, the Renegade appeals to drivers who prefer a smaller vehicle, but still want the performance and styling of a Jeep.
Reading Time: 5 minutes One reason that sedans appeal to many buyers is because they are, generally speaking, the cheapest type of car to buy. Many sedans can be bought brand new for under $20,000, and they’re even more affordable on the used market.
Reading Time: 5 minutes If you’re looking for a reliable truck, the Toyota Tundra cannot be beat. The 2018 and 2019 Toyota Tundra received a reliability rating of 4.5 from J.D. Power and associates, which is well above average.
Reading Time: 12 minutes More than just a big V8 engine and four doors, the Charger redefines what a muscle sedan can be.
Reading Time: 5 minutes The Dodge Challenger is a two-door car, but despite that it has a surprising amount of space. Unlike most other sports car, the Challenger has seating for five passengers, not four.
Reading Time: 10 minutes Sure, the Camaro looks good and has plenty of features, but driving it home or down a twisty country road will put a smile on your face.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Although rear-wheel drive is standard, all trims are available with true four-wheel drive and a drivetrain tuned for off-roading.
Reading Time: 5 minutes One of the most iconic parts about the Wrangler is its ability to be driven without a top and even without doors. When you shop for a Wrangler, you’ll have four top options to choose from.