Throw the conventional wisdom for buying and selling cars out the door. Right now, because the supply of new cars is limited, the prices of new and used cars alike are soaring, and decent gas mileage is increasingly more …
May was an expensive time to buy a car — pretty much any car, but new and used fuel-efficient vehicles in particular. Now that gas prices have settled down, and auto dealers look to ramp up sales, car buyers can expect more …
Used vehicles prices have hit a 16-year high as more people look to buy pre-owned cars and trucks rather than new ones. So if you’ve been thinking about selling, now’s a fine time.
When you’re squirming at the car dealership negotiating table, wouldn’t it be nice to have endless knowledge of the marketplace at your fingertips? With a smartphone and the right apps, you’ve got just that.
It’s not your imagination. You really are being asked to pay like never before for everyday expenses.
Weird. A Chevy Impala from 2008 with 45,000 miles on it cost $13,101, on average, in April of 2009. One year later, that same car—2008 model, 45,000 miles—is running an average of $13,460.