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The cost of a new car is far more than the purchase price alone. Here's another important factor to consider.
You may have shopped for a car online. But have you ever bought one? The buying experience is about to be streamlined if the nation's largest automaker has its way.
People are driving less and traveling more in fuel-efficient vehicles. So how are we going to pay for road maintenance and construction now that gasoline tax revenue is down?
Imagine getting a speeding ticket and having to pay a ransom when a third party website posts your name without a picture, implying you're a serious criminal. The Baltimore Sun reports there was one such website doing mugshots with no mugshot! They were simply taking public record of people who ...
Cars are the second biggest expense in most people's lives. But will the car you're buying hold its resale value? Kelley Blue Book has published its annual Best Resale Value Awards for 2014 vehicles. When we buy a car, we think of the price as the true cost, along with ...
A reliable new car doesn't have to cost a fortune. Clark names the most reliable nameplates on the market today.
Want to earn 5% cash back toward the purchase of a new GM car? Capital One has a new offer for you, but there are some caveats.
GM has revived a popular credit card offer that can put you one step closer to owning a new car. Before their bankruptcy, GM used to have a credit card that would let you earn cash rewards toward the purchase of a GM car. It was a great way to ...
2013 was a great year for car sales both new and used. On the new car front, estimates from market research firm Polk suggest we'll see 15 million cars sold by the time the year is out. Interest rates are low on auto loans and this is really a win ...
Can you get a decent new car for less than $10,000? That's the question about to face American autobuyers when a super-cheap Indian import hits the market. The Tata Nano that sells for less than $3,000 in India will be coming to the United States -- with an increased price ...