A trio of Audis drove home with safety accolades from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety earlier this week.
Not so long ago, luxury cars were defined primarily by the features they offered. During this era, coddling amenities such as ventilated seats and heated steering wheels were available only in premium models. Luxury brands led the way in safety, as well, and for many years, they were pretty much the only game in town if you hoped to equip your vehicle with key driver-assistive technology.
During the weekend prior to America’s celebration of 241 years of independence, the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) will hold a race at Daytona International Speedway. Contestants will drive vehicles that are styled to resemble the Chevrolet SS, Ford Fusion, and Toyota Camry, and after racing ‘em on Sunday, these car companies hope that NASCAR fans will buy ‘em on Monday.
Since cars lose as much as 19 percent of their value to depreciation after just one year of ownership, it’s possible to net big savings by purchasing a used vehicle. However, there is quite a bit of variance in the used cars that are on the market. Some are very old and have heavy mileage, with lots of wear and tear. On the other end of the spectrum, some used cars are newer, meticulously maintained, and in pristine condition.
If you’re looking for a used car, you may want to wait a month or two. That’s because used vehicle prices are increasing, along with demand, as the availability of cars shrinks. According to the Manheim Used Vehicle Value Index, wholesale automotive prices jumped almost 3 percent month-over-month in September, […]
Jeep’s recipe for the Wrangler is pretty simple. Always has been, always will be. Therefore, it comes as no surprise to learn that after scanning more than 300 pages of a leaked 2018 Jeep Wrangler owner’s manual, first published by enthusiast forum JL Wrangler and then reported on by Automotive News, the redesigned Wrangler JL is much the same as it ever was…only better.