Car Buying Tips

How to Get Out of a Car Lease

How to Get Out of a Car Lease
There are four common ways to have a car in your possession or in your name: own outright, finance to own, lease, and rent for short periods. Today, we will take a look at car leases. Millions of people lease cars instead of buying them or financing them because they like to switch vehicles often. Lease contracts don’t last too long but there are times when people want to get out of them. Here are some tips for getting out of a car lease. Continue Reading »

Sedan vs SUV: How to Pick the Vehicle for You

Sedan vs SUV: How to Pick the Vehicle for You
Picking a vehicle seems like a pretty simple task, right? Well, for many car buyers it can be downright overwhelming, especially if they don’t know exactly what they want or need in a new vehicle. There are hundreds of models available across dozens of brands. So, how do you pick the vehicle that’s best for you when choosing between sedan vs SUV? We will provide you with some interesting comparisons in today’s post. Continue Reading »

Pros and Cons of Certified Pre Owned Cars

Pros and Cons of Certified Pre Owned Cars
Credit sometimes can be hard to get and tough economic times has made car shoppers more likely to shop for used cars rather than new vehicles. Many who would’ve opted to buy new are not able to obtain a loan but now shoppers have a cheaper alternative in the Certified Pre-Owned car. Continue Reading »

What is a Crossover Car?

What is a Crossover Car?
The crossover is one of the most popular types of vehicles on the roads today. Its features are perfect for both individuals and families alike. Many people find it difficult to tell the difference between a crossover and an SUV since a crossover has many features found in an SUV. These vehicles are inherently different though. You just have to dig a little deeper to see where and how they differ. Continue Reading »

Five of the Best Sports Cars of 2017

Five of the Best Sports Cars of 2017
Of the 2017 Sports Cars, certain cars are deserving of a better rating than others despite being in entirely different price categories. A $25,000 sports car might not seem to even be in the same ballpark as a $60,000 vehicle, however certain brands always carry a high price tag and are simply just fancier, bigger and stronger. However, sports cars with a low-price tag can be just as brilliant, smaller sports cars can be fun to drive and more suitable to an individual’s personal preferences while also providing better value and unique qualities. The list below is of five sports cars of 2017 that are all different in their own way and not all on the high end or low end of the price scale but rather a handful of the better sports vehicles across the spectrum. Continue Reading »

What Credit Score is Needed to Buy a Car?

What Credit Score is Needed to Buy a Car?
Owning a car is a popular milestone in life, especially for those who are able to purchase their first vehicle themselves. What many first-time car buyers don’t realize is that they should check their credit score prior to visiting dealerships for test drives. The worst thing that can happen is getting through the test drive, picking out a model, and beginning the paperwork only to find out that their credit score is not good enough to make the purchase. Continue Reading »

Top Eco-Friendly Cars of 2017

Top Eco-Friendly Cars of 2017
Eco-friendly cars have become more advanced in the last couple of years. No longer are they smaller and less powerful, the eco-friendly car has visually become more ordinary in terms of function, features and looks. Pricing has gone down while mileage has increased, hybrid and electric vehicles are very practical and can help save on gas bills for only a slightly higher price than ordinary cars. Continue Reading »

Top Used Cars under $10,000

Top Used Cars under $10,000
Used cars carry a negative stigma however as Car technology has advanced used vehicles are now better than ever and nearly as nice as new vehicles. 2005-2010 year model cars are well made and if the initial owner properly cared for the vehicle, the car’s 7-12 year lifespan is hardly even evident, many vehicles purchased in the last ten years perform almost as well as many new vehicles at half the cost. Below is a list of the top five used cars that cost less than $10,000. Continue Reading »