Long Island, N.Y., native Irv Gordon just logged a whopping 3 million miles in his car.
Carmakers have offered assistance to customers affected by the Oklahoma tornadoes.
A Department of Justice probe into price fixing of auto parts has recently been expanded.
More people buying a car this year means more car salesmen that are new on the job, according to a Chase study.
Car shoppers consider more car models before buying that ever before, according to the 2013 J.D. Power Avoider Study.
The world’s cheapest car, a subcompact made by Tata in India called the Nano, will be brought to the United States.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety unveiled a new crash test and most cars don’t fare so well.
The total cost to own a car is always top-of-mind for any financially-savvy consumer. This cost includes not just the monthly payment, but car insurance, the cost of gas, repairs, maintenance and depreciation. While it’s always best to run the numbers yourself for car insurance and fuel cost needs, there are numerous resources that can provide
There were lots of great comments from readers on my last post on whether to buy a new car or a used car. Commenter Debra James weighed in against thinking of cars as a monthly expense: “I still stand by my belief that if you can’t afford to pay cash, or in the event of
I got a ton of great comments on the my post about new cars vs. used cars, so I’ll add a little more fuel to the fire. Michelle Krebs over at Auto Observer posits that with used car prices rising fast and many new-car incentives still inflated thanks to the decrepit economy, buying a new