Shopping for a vehicle can be exciting, especially during the holiday season.
But it’s almost never easy.
There are a lot of things to consider before your purchase to ensure the vehicle – new or used – meets your day-to-day needs and doesn’t break your budget.
You still may be trying to decide model and make; new or used; car, crossover, SUV or truck; electric or gasoline, which means you’ll need to do your homework. And that’s where our 25 articles from 2019 below may factor into your equation.
But, don’t worry, you don’t have to read them all: We’ve divided the articles into six groups, starting with “Used Vehicles” and “New Vehicles,” two of our readers’ favorite categories.
And you may find much of what you need to know among those 15 articles.
But, if you’re looking for more, we provide that, too, from quality leaders to most-popular brands to the 45 vehicles women favor according to one survey.
More shoppers in the U.S. buy SUV/crossovers than any other type of vehicle. That can be a challenge with the average cost of a new vehicle now exceeding $41,000 – or almost two-thirds of the average U.S. annual household income…
And then there were … 31. Three months after the awards program announced 51 candidates in five 2017 World Car of the Year (WCOTY) categories and overall World Car, they’ve trimmed the number by 20. That leaves five finalists each…
Average Americans can no longer afford to purchase the average new car or truck, according to a new study by Interest.com. “That’s the sobering result of Interest.com’s 2014 Car Affordability Study, which determined how much the typical household in the…