Whether you have an active lifestyle, a growing family, or you just need some extra space or light off-road capability, the crossover and SUV segment of the market is one of the most popular in America for many reasons. But because of that popularity, there’s a seemingly endless array of brands and models to choose from. Which ones are the best for you if you need to spend less than $10,000?
By Car and Driver
If you’ve spent any time online searching for a used car, you’ve probably seen ads for manufacturer-backed "certified pre-owned" (CPO) programs offered through dealerships. While you may be tempted to avoid heading to the dealer—cars for sale by private owners can be found all over Craigslist and other third-party sites—a CPO vehicle can be a good choice for some buyers. Here, we’ve compiled a guide that explains the pros and cons of the CPO market, along with detailed coverage of the programs offered by each manufacturer.
You’ve done it – high school is officially behind you. Now it’s time to head off to a brand new world. College is that and more and you may need a car during your pursuit of a higher education. Thankfully, there are plenty of models that combine affordability, safety, and the features that younger drivers want most. Here’s a look at some of the best.
Fall is in full swing with lots of live entertainment and shows during Miami Live Month. And don’t miss annual favorites like the auto show, book fair and more.
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This year’s survey saw the rise of luxury brands, a mixed bag for Japanese brands, and some reliability stumbles by stalwarts.
It’s easy to assess the style, spaciousness, and features of a new vehicle in a showroom. You can even take it out for a spin to see whether its performance is up to your expectations. But there’s no way to test drive a vehicle’s reliability. For that, you need time and data. So every year we send Consumer Reports subscribers our Annual Auto Reliability Survey to determine which vehicles are likely to be dependable and…
By nwi times
Sales of new hybrid-powered and electric vehicles may be in a prolonged slump, due in large part to affordable fuel prices, but they’re apparently flying off used-car lots.
Of the 10 fastest-selling used cars — that is, those that spend the least amount of time on the market before changing hands — fully half of them are hybrids, plug-in hybrids or all-electric vehicles. That’s according to an analysis of more than 2.2 million listings of one- to three-year-old vehicles conducted earlier this year by the used car website iSeeCars.com in Woburn, Massachusetts.
After showing strength in the first half of the year, used-vehicle prices are beginning to soften, said the CEO of KAR Auction Services Inc., parent company of ADESA.
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