Used Car Buying
Plus the 2020 Porsche 911 4S and Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro
The average new car in America costs more than $35,000. But here are some fun and interesting used options for someone who is looking for something with more personality for that price.
Plus Mini JCW Clubman, Camry Hybrid, Subaru Forester and Volvo S60 PHEV
In the wake of the U.N.'s dire climate change report and our recommendation that buying a used hybrid or EV is the best way to lower your automotive carbon footprint, here are 12 choices to consider.
Plus the Civic Sport Touring and Mazda3. It's pretty much sport compact week.
Here are our picks for good used family vehicles in the $15,000 price range. We highlight crossovers, minivans, sedans, and a wagon.
According to a recent study by iSeeCars.com, the average vehicle loses half of its value after five years of ownership. These cars and trucks depreciate much less.
All cars depreciate, but some vehicles lose value a lot faster than others. Here are the 10 automobiles with the worst depreciation after 5 years.
Plus Mercedes-Benz Metris Cargo Van and Mazda3 sedan
As outrage over the Volkswagen emissions-cheating scandal fades, the refurbished diesel vehicles are trickling back into the marketplace, and bargain hunters may want to snap them up. In 2015, Volkswagen was forced to either buy back or fix some 590,000 diesels after it was discovered they had been rigged to pass emissions tests. The diesels, made by Volkswagen, Porsche and Audi between model years 2009 and 2016, have been repaired to truly meet emissions standards and are now being sold, most
The color of a used car or truck can have a big impact on its sale price. Here are the colors most and least likely to be discounted.
Plus the Buick Enclave and our long-term Subaru Forester
More than 7 million Americans are already 90 or more days behind on their car loans, according to the New York Federal Reserve, and serious delinquency rates among borrowers with the lowest credit scores have by far seen the fastest acceleration. The seeds of the problem are buried deep in the financial crisis, when in the midst of the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression, automakers slashed production. A decade later, that has made a relative rarity of used 10-year-old vehicles