Some perfectly good vehicles fail to catch on with consumers, and savvy buyers can snap up such automobiles at deep discounts in a final model year.
See people tromping through six-foot snow to look at a historic Massachusetts home and understand that bad weather doesn't automatically mean a poor real-estate market.
Some scream wealth, some assure of your reliability and strength, but all are chosen for their styling, performance and interior quality.
If snow and cold have you down, here's a look at five real estate communities with the best weather among America's largest cities.
Cars are so sophisticated today that they often keep running even if something's wrong, and mechanics say that causes drivers to forget required services.
Firms have generally said they plan to hold onto their purchases and lease them out, but one analyst sees value that could make it virtually impossible to resist selling.
Automakers offer consumers the least-expensive car loans by far, with credit unions placing second and banks trailing well behind, a WalletHub analysis has found.
Low mortgage rates and an improving job picture will tempt many renters to switch to homeownership this year. Here are some cities where that's a realistic plan.
While many of these vehicles are popular partly just because they've been for around a long time, you can't deny 2.5 million U.S. car sales in a year.
Houston is among the cities dependent on the energy industry where property values may take a big hit starting in 2016.