Buy or Lease? Your Decision Is a Few Simple Questions Away
Deciding whether to lease or buy a car may seem intimidating, but answering a few simple questions will help you make the correct decision.
There's No Such Thing as a Discount Auto Lease
No matter how many domestic automakers embrace leasing or how many subcompacts and small SUVs are available for lease, yours simply won't be approved without good credit.
5 Coolest 2015 Cars That You Can Buy for Less Than $18,000
OK, one is a bit more than $18,000, but don't be so strict about cars that make many people say: 'Wow, I'm surprised that car's not more expensive.'
Memorial Day Is a Great Time to Buy a New Car, If You Do It This Way
For consumers looking to shift into higher gear on a new car or truck purchase, experts and buyers who've been there and done that have advice.
Road Trip Nation: Five Summer Drives to Savor Really Cheap Gasoline
This is the year to hit the road. Here are drives you will never forget
How Auto Loan Consumers Sabotage Themselves by Not Asking for Discounts
Auto insurers are giving away discounts, but many drivers can't be bothered.
10 Best Road Trip Vehicles Hitting the Highways in the Summer of 2015
Road trip drivers have vastly different needs, which is why everything from a two-seater convertible to a minivan makes this list.
We Win the War Over Who Sells Us Gas: Summer Car Trips Will Be Cheap Like It's 2005
Gas prices will be at lowest summertime level since at least 2009 — and possibly the lowest since 2005, when gas averaged $2.33 a gallon May-to-September.
The Best Big U.S. Cities for Drivers Who Can't Stand Traffic
If you'd rather spend time sitting in a dentist's chair than stuck in traffic, here's a look at some high-population locales with low-stress driving.
7 Convertibles You Can Pick Up for Summer 2015 Without Spending a Bundle
Convertible cars and utility vehicles are still a frivolous luxury, but there are a whole bunch available for $30,000 or less.
Paradise for Drivers Who Can't Be Bothered to Shop Around for Gas: Wisconsin
Some consumers will love these cities where gas prices aren't necessarily cheap, but where there's barely a fluctuation.
10 '90s Cars That Are Still Totally in Demand or Whatever
For a decade in which a Volkswagen Jetta on 'Beverly Hills 90210' was considered 'iconic,' the '90s did a great job of making its more practical cars last.
5 Cities Where You Can Both Save or Waste the Most Money on Gas
Gas stations charge as much as they think they can, but there's not always a good explanation why one station charges a lot more.
These Are the 2015 Auto Models to Drive If You Hate the Earth
'Green' cars are getting lots of publicity ahead of Earth Day, but here's a look at the year's 'meanest' models — those called the worst for the environment.
There's Good News Behind These Car Maintenance Tips: Mainly Stable or Lower Costs
Slow your roll, car lovers. Before you hit the gas pedal in earnest, make sure you offer your vehicle some tender loving care this spring.
You Can't Negotiate a Car Lease Like It's Your Smartphone Plan
Knowing the car you want and the price you want to pay per month is nice, but there are a lot of ways to save on a vehicle lease.
Should You Refinance Your Auto Loan? If It Accelerates Your Savings
For consumers, refinancing usually calls to mind home mortgages, especially in this low interest environment. But should you refinance your auto loan?
Here Are the Greenest 2015 Automobiles You Can Drive Today
Spring is in the air and Earth Day is less than two weeks away, so here's an eco-friendly look at five cars recently named as 2015's 'greenest.'
10 Most Fuel-Efficient Gas-Powered Vehicles Ever Produced
Sure, hybrid engines helped cut vehicle gas consumption, but lightweight vehicles got nearly 50 miles per gallon almost 30 years ago.
Should You Lease or Buy a Car? How to Make the Best Financial Decision
Deciding whether to lease or buy a car isn't straightforward. Although buying a car is usually better, in some cases leasing does make sense.
These Are the Cities That Keep You Stuck in Traffic the Longest
Our worst city for traffic places no higher than 10th worldwide, but gridlock here still adds 21% to average travel times and costs each driver about $818 annually.
How to Buy a New Car the Right Way, According to the Pros
Attention to detail can make or break the experience of buying a new car, experts and veteran owners say.
Is Your Rental Car Company Spying on You and Your Driving? Here's How They Do It
Speed in a rental car, pay a fine. Cross a state line, pay a fine. This is how to protect yourself
What Americans Are Doing With Their Savings From the Gas Pump
Even with savings of more than $1 per gallon, only 3% of drivers are turning around to buy new stuff. Most, in fact, are paying off debt.
Why is GM Eliminating 100,000-Mile Warranties — And Should You Care?
General Motors is scaling back warranties, free maintenance and free roadside assistance on many models, but experts say the move will likely hurt dealers more than consumers.
10 Most Fuel-Efficient Vehicles of Their Class for 2015
Fuel economy is improving for some vehicle types, but it still needs to trickle down to SUV, pickups, minivans and other categories.
The Best Choices to Keep Your Mechanic Honest and Repair Costs Down
The next time your car breaks down arm yourself with a few basic tools before finding the right shop to do the job.
Long-term Auto Loans: Do You Know How Long Is Too Long?
Some car loans last as long as the typical American marriage.
What Does the Typical American Family Car Look Like in 2015?
With families' needs changing and values diverging, subcompacts and hybrids are just as likely to shuttle kids to school as minivans and crossover SUVs.
10 Average Automobiles With Absolutely Awful Gas Mileage
Average mileage is on the rise, but hulking gas guzzlers still find their way onto U.S. roads. Contrary to popular belief, they aren't all playthings for the rich.