New car buying guide
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Feb. 10, 2015Leasing vs. Financing your car: Which is right for you?Should you finance or lease a car? Most buyers prefer financing - which is essentially like taking a [ ... ]Read more
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We’ve gone through the specifications of vehicles available in showrooms today to find some of the best values for tow vehicles.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has released its list of 2018 vehicles that earn its Top Safety Pick+ rating.
We take a look at the difference between the purchase price and the actual cost of ownership.
In most cases, all car dealers want is to do their job, which is to make a sale that would satisfy their customer.
It’s one of the most important aspects of the car buying process – do it right.
Many car buyers are hesitant to negotiate and even fewer of them know how to do it correctly. We can help.
It might just be the best deal you’ll ever get on a new car
Car price quotes tend to be jam-packed with numbers, but in some cases the fees you see are optional and, in many cases, unnecessary.
Location and personnel are important considerations
With fewer customers to fight over, automakers work harder to tempt you into a showroom in winter
When a car is on the cusp of being replaced with its new model, dealers get motivated to get rid of their older stock. That means big savings for you.
Buying a new car can put a big hit on your bank account. These 10 tips can lessen the blow.
We take a look at which options you want and which you should avoid when buying a new vehicle to get the most out of your ride.
Timing is important when you’re trying to get the best deal on a new car
Cars that’ll keep you and your wallet happy. More time driving, less time filling.
Today’s new car buyer has plenty of choice when it comes to engine technology, and that’s without even considering hybrids.
Cars that offer more for less
Here’s how each model works
There are ways to minimize the wear and tear charges and even possibly completely eliminate them
Today, leather seats are more affordable than ever. Good for us. Bad for cows.
The stuff you never thought you wanted on your car
Latest car-safety features to not only protect occupants, but those on the outside as well
Being prepared to service your new vehicle efficiently
How options and trim levels influence future resale values
All about GPS devices and features
The factor of depreciation and how you can use it to your advantage