by Lori Straus No two used cars are identical. This can make comparing apples to apples difficult when you’re buying a used vehicle. So, instead of using price as your guiding factor, use value to find the right car for you. Cost vs. Value When Buying a Car The manufacturer and dealership decide the cost... Read More.
In the last decade, the auto industry has responded to consumer demands for more fuel-efficient vehicles with a variety of technological solutions. These have included innovations like direct fuel injection, turbocharging, and engines and transmissions with low-friction internal components. And then, of course, there are hybrid drive systems, which save fuel by relying partly on... Read More.
Whether you buy a used vehicle from an OEM (an original equipment manufacturer) or independent dealer, you usually have warranty options. In this blog post, I’ll explain some of the issues you should be on the watch for when researching extended warranties.... Read More.