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Many years ago I did a lot of complaining about cars available in Europe that people in the United States weren’t privy to own.
It’s the classic all-you-can-eat dilemma. You’ve put down your 12 dollars, and now it’s time to see just how much food you can get for your money.
Get ready for the biggest change in automobiles since 1999. I could end that sentence by adding, “if you’re a Porsche fan,” but honestly, this change signifies something that’s happening industrywide.
Recalls are all over the news, especially this past week. What does that mean for you when it comes to buying used cars?
What engine does yours have? In 2013, my wife purchased a new Subaru Legacy. She wanted the top-of-the-line Limited model with leather, EyeSight, Adaptive Cruise Control, roof racks, and so much more.
Today is the day we found the Holy Grail of the U.S. auto industry. For years, decades, even, American consumers have clamored for and pined after a truck.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has flexed its muscle and leveled Italian-American automaker Fiat Chrysler Automobiles with a massive fine and buyback program, in addition to requiring strict oversight of future recalls.
What car would you buy for under $5,000? That might seem like a ridiculously low budget for getting a cool car, but start shopping around and you might be surprised at how much car you can get for five grand.
Regardless of where you live, the weathermen seem to be offering the same warning: It’s going to be a scorcher.
Would anyone have guessed in 2005 that auto headlines midway through 2015 would focus so heavily on electric vehicles?
Photo by Ian LamontOkay, so you’ve found the car of your dreams—new or used—and all the paperwork is almost done.
We had just finished considering whether or not our current car would be held in such high regard if it came packaged with a different badge on the steering wheel.
The only pickup ever made with a carpeted bed was a Ford product. The Lincoln Blackwood survived in the United States for a single year after being touted as a luxury truck.
All cars depreciate but few have sunk in value as much or as quickly as the 2013 Nissan Leaf. Low fuel prices have suppressed the sales of electric cars and created a glut of new ones on the market.
Sixteen vehicles currently compete in the midsize sedan market in the United States. There are some big names in that group, including the Ford Fusion, Honda Accord, and Toyota Camry.
Prepare ship for Ludicrous Speed! I wish I could call up my best friend from high school and tell him that Ludicrous Speed is real.
Well, here we are in the peak months of summer. Believe it or not, we only have 9 weeks remaining where the days are longer than the nights.
707 horsepower. 640 horsepower. Numbers like this used to represent the hottest, most expensive supercars on the planet.
Purchasing a new or used car is always an exciting thing. Paying for a new or used car can be a difficult thing, unless you have the right advice before making the transaction.
Well, here’s another one for the “Why didn’t I think of that?” file. Have you ever watched videos of people failing to load motorcycles or ATVs into the beds of pickups?