Best Investments for 2015
The Los Angeles Auto Show features a whole lot of new models and updates, but a convertible crossover and all-wheel-drive roadster are among models to keep in mind.
When you're heavy on out-of-town family but light on car space, buying or renting a vehicles with room for seven or more makes sense.
If you can't bear the thought of being seen in a minivan, a three-row crossover is your best bet. However, even the least expensive models can get costly.
Hybrid and electric vehicle costs are coming down as technology advances, which means you don't have to mortgage your future on better mileage.
It still isn't easy to find a luxury vehicle that gets more than 25 miles per gallon combined, but Tesla has prodded the competition to adapt quickly.
Ford September sales rose 23% and industry U.S. auto sales rose 16%, so perhaps the U.S. economy is stronger than it looks after jobs numbers.
Does the Volkswagen diesel scandal have you down? There are still plenty of electric, hybrid and even gas options to keep you fuel-efficient.
The station wagon has slipped into the shadow of the SUV, the crossover and even the minivan, but its changing face is still friendly to cost-conscious car buyers.
With new vehicle technology rapidly advancing and perks like moon roofs and large wheels losing value quickly, premium options don't offer much of a premium on the used car market.
When you're trying to shuttle a bunch of fans to the game and feed them all, it helps to have space and features that are perfect for pre-gaming.