The average vehicle will lose 60% of its value to depreciation over the next five years, but you can beat that average.
A better economy means more sales of new cars, and rising prices. It's finally time to buy used again.
America's richest consumers like Jeeps, Mercedes-Benzes and Teslas more than Rolls-Royces or Lamborghinis.
Take an inside look at why you'll be rejoicing at the pump. But for how long?
The age of cars on American roads is up, and that has some implications for anyone in the market for a vehicle.
There's lots of gear-grinding going on.
Most consumers are not aware of this way to cut costs on the road.
Don't be surprised if car thieves ignore their candy collection in favor of your car tomorrow.
A test drive isn't all about the drive, Edmunds says. Serious buyers even want to sit in a new car's backseat.
Insurance companies ramp up the price of automobile insurance for drivers with poor credit-based insurance scores.