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Reliability is a surprisingly subjective topic. Everyone’s experiences vary greatly and some may disagree with our picks for the top reliable car brands. While what brands are considered reliable changes year-to-year, it’s important that you know what brands you can almost never gone wrong with!
In our 30+ years in the auto industry, we’ve heard our fair share of sneaky ways that car sellers can be scammed. Hidden fees for used cars can range from $10 to $300, and that can add up to a huge hit to your profits.
American car enthusiasts don’t like to be told what they can and cannot buy and drive. There has been an explosion of interest in late-80s and 90s foreign market vehicles.
It’s no secret that the auto industry is racing toward the future. With self-driving cars and more reliable electric vehicles on the horizon, you’d think that people would be racing to their local dealerships to purchase the latest and greatest.
When purchasing a new car, you should keep in mind that increasing your car’s resale value starts the second you drive the car off the lot.
After getting into a car accident, things can get confusing.
Some cars are known for their looks; others are known for their speed. Some cars are known for their dependability, and some cars are known to have none of these qualities. In this article, we will be covering the worst cars from 2002 and forward.
Money matters can be tricky, no matter who you’re dealing with. But, if you add in family dynamics, things can get even more complicated.