Publications that promote small, expensive cars for students are out of touch. Here’s your real list.
It’s a question we never stop getting: “My mechanic tells me my car needs $3,400 worth of repairs. Should I do it, or think about buying a new car?” This might help make your decision easier.
You’re just buying a new — or new-to-you — car. Why are you worried about it breaking down now? Because mechanical failures in modern cars can be insanely expensive.
A friend in the Car Talk Communities asked a great question last week as he was about to purchase a used car:
You’ve done the hard part, but before you drive home in your new car, do these six things.
Buying a used car means you have a choice between heading down to the local dealership or buying from a private party. There are pros and cons to both methods. Here’s how to make the decision about which is the right buying method for you.
Kids headed to college with cars need to know a few things to stay out of trouble.
Cars that drive their front wheels use constantly velocity joints. What you need to know.
Memorial Day is purported to be one of the busiest car-buying days of the year. Expects lots of strong deals as interest rates stay low. This year may be one of the best times in recent memory to buy.