This year, the J.D. Power survey shows that collision prevention, smartphone integration and features designed to enhance comfort and convenience are most appreciated by drivers.... Read More.
10 or 20 years ago, we could have argued that the in-dash navigation systems offered in many new cars were a good buy for some drivers. They added as much as $2,000 to the purchase price but provided a cozy safety net for the directionally challenged among us.... Read More.
Here are five tech features that became widely available during the past decade or so, in cars across all price ranges, whose contribution to the driving experience make them worth seeking out in your next used vehicle.... Read More.