This week, selections from South Korean, German, Japan and the U.S. all made it onto AutoGuide.com’s most researched list.
New Car Shopping
Utility vehicles were primarily the most popularly searched vehicles in AutoGuide.com’s new cars section this week.
The popular and luxurious Lexus RX crossover has received a number of minor updates for the 2015 model year.
Consumer Reports’ 2014 Car Brand Report Card has been published and not surprisingly luxury automakers dominate the top of this list.
Crossovers and sedans made up the most popularly researched vehicles on AutoGuide.com this week.
Toyota is discounting the 2014 4Runner to celebrate its 30th anniversary.
We hope you brought an appetite because luxury utility vehicles are on the menu this week, and the portion sizes are hard to believe. Hungry for more? Hit the jump and dig in.
Each of the five most popular cars in the list this week have one thing in common. They are all Japanese.
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Ford’s Escape small crossover is hot in more ways than one but this popular model is getting a modest price increase for 2014, which could cool things off.
Generation Y is known for being a tough market to crack for automakers, but a new study suggests “millennials” are looking to buy or lease a new car within the next three years.
A variety of cars made up this week’s list of most-researched vehicles including selections from American, Japanese and German brands.
Performance cars were predominantly popular in the AutoGuide.com new cars section this week.
Over the past week, imports emerged as the most popular in AutoGuide.com’s new cars section.
With the exception of one German car, the five most popularly searched vehicles this week were all Japanese.
Modern vehicles are expensive, and it’s not just the gigantic figure on the window sticker that hurts. You have to consider the price of everything else involved with automobile ownership.
This week, the most researched cars were all Asian with one exception: the Buick Encore.
Vehicles ranging from muscle cars to full-size sedans were among the mot popularly searched in AutoGuide.com’s new cars section.
If there’s one thing that many of this week’s “most researched cars” hold in common, it’s compact size.
When it comes to new car shopping, buyers are more open minded than previously thought with half saying they would consider any make when they begin their online research.