I think it’s safe to say that the modern Buicks don’t typically elicit a lot of excitement from your average enthusiast, but that might be about to change.. With the introduction of the all-new Regal Sportback and wagon, Buick is hoping to shed its AARP image and get some younger folks behind the wheel.
If you are in the market to treat yourself to a sports car this holiday season, but the $30,000 Jaguar sale still won’t work for the bank account, Chevy has your problem solved with massive discounts on 2017 Corvettes.
Everyone knows John Cena as a wrestling superstar and that guy who was surprisingly funny in that movie you saw but forgot the name of. But he is also a legit car nut, and he just bought himself a Ford GT. He was not ready for the sound.
Despite the fact that Tesla is still trying figure out how to mass produce a regular car, Elon Musk, in his infinite wisdom, has decided to take on the project of making a semi-truck and a Roadster. I’ll save the hot takes about the truck for someone else, but even if the Roadster actually gets made, it won’t be a…
Despite our best efforts, Chris did not take the opportunity to buy a three-pedal Chevrolet SS when he had the chance. While a big sale on the muscle sedan is currently happening pretty much all the manual cars are gone. What should he buy instead?
You scour for hours on every car listing site you can for your dream car that has the perfect combo of options for the right price. Too frequently, what you seek cannot be found, even if you hope against hope that in some secret corner of the internet that car is for sale. I’m here to tell you, that place doesn’t…
It’s November and that means holiday sales. While Black Friday sales for cars aren’t really a thing, Jaguar decided to make the season a bit merrier by offering massive discounts on leftover 2017 F-Type coupes and convertibles.
Buying a certified pre-owned car is a great way to get the value of a used vehicle but also minimize your risk. Certified warranty coverage and duration varies from brand to brand and this handy guide should prove super helpful when shopping for your next car.
Despite the fact that Americans cannot buy many of the world’s fastest wagons, Mercedes is a ray of light in this dark world of longroof deprivation and continues to sell the E63 AMG wagon on our shores. As it turns out the E63 S is now the quickest wagon around the ‘Ring.
Daniel is one of the thousands of people who plopped down a deposit for the much-hyped and lately production-troubled Tesla Model 3. Well, it looks like it’s going to be awhile before he gets one of his own and needs something cool in the meantime. What car should he buy?
The Civic Si may not garner the headlines like its Type R stablemate does, but it’s still a compelling value. While some dealers subjected this car to Type R pricing strategies, such price-padding in long in this generation Si’s past. The model year changeover means you can start to score some deals.
Most new cars are sold with a few extras, and most of the time these are functional items like floor mats and roof racks. Did you know that sometimes you can save some money on these items depending on how they are added to the price of the car?
The Chevrolet SS! You all know what it is, a four-door V8 muscle sedan with an available manual transmission from the Land Down Under that sadly will never be made again. Well, if you missed out on the last time to get a deal, don’t let this opportunity pass you by.
You already know that car shopping outside of your area can give you more leverage for negotiations, but may not know that dealers in specific regions will sometimes get extra money to move inventory. Finding these extra discounts isn’t always easy, but the extra work can pay off.
Christopher has a 2011 Shelby Mustang that by some miracle has not been involved in any Cars and Coffee incidents. Now he has twins and car seats and Mustangs don’t mix well, so he needs something fast with four doors. What car should he buy?
One of the most frustrating aspects of shopping for a car online can often be boiled down to three words: “call for price.” It seems simple enough; call the dealership and they’ll tell you how much it costs. But the subtext to this command will give you a pretty big clue as to whether or not you even want to bother…
We have all been there, scouring Craigslist or Autotrader late in the evening searching for our next project or dream car. You find what looks like the perfect match for the right price, and then your dreams come crashing down.
Brandon is 31 and has always regretted not learning how to drive a manual transmission. He wants to get a cheap, fun beater with three pedals to learn the skill that many of us cherish so much. What car should he buy?
Recently, Mopar’s maddest scientists have been making some absolutely bonkers cars like the 840 horsepower Dodge Challenger Demon and the 707 HP Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk. What you may not know is that the SUV is technically faster than its more powerful muscle car cousin. How does that feel, Challenger bros?
It must be nice to roll into a car dealership, point to something cool and say “I’ll take that one,” without any care about cost. It’s a luxury many of us don’t have. I’ve found that some luxury car dealers may get a little too use to this devil-may-care attitude. They work with so many big spenders they may not be…