Should I Buy a Used Lexus IS?

Should I Buy a Used Lexus IS?
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The Lexus IS is a great choice if you want a luxury sport sedan without worrying about paying high-end German repair bills. Continue Reading...

Should I Buy a Used Cadillac CTS-V?

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Should I Buy a Used Cadillac CTS-V?
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Cadillac threw one of its first serious punches at German luxury roughly a decade ago when it began offering the CTS-V: a Corvette-powered sedan that, in theory, competed directly with the BMW M5. Continue Reading...

Should I Buy a Used Mercedes-Benz C-Class?

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Should I Buy a Used Mercedes-Benz C-Class?
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Before the introduction of the CLA-Class in late 2013, the title of entry level luxury within the Mercedes lineup belonged to the C-Class. Continue Reading...

Should I Buy a Used Chevrolet Equinox?

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Should I Buy a Used Chevrolet Equinox?
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Vehicle Overview The first generation Equinox bowed in the 2005 model year. Although the Equinox was similar in size to many mid-size crossover of the same era, Chevrolet officially classified the vehicle as a compact crossover. As a five-seater, it lacked the third row seating option found in many mid-size crossovers and even a few… Continue Reading...

Should I Buy a Used BMW 3 Series?

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Should I Buy a Used BMW 3 Series?
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Vehicle Overview: Whether you’re looking for entry-level luxury or the benchmark in sport sedans, BMW’s 3 Series will easily satisfy. The fifth generation models, available between 2006 and 2011 were among the best regarded vehicles in their class. Continue Reading...

Should I Buy a Used Acura TL?

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Should I Buy a Used Acura TL?
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  Vehicle Overview The 2004 model year saw the introduction of an unofficial third-generation Acura TL. Although this was the first time just the TL moniker was used on an Acura model, two previous generations of mid-size luxury sedans used the letters TL after a set of numbers designating the engine. Continue Reading...

Should I Buy a Used Honda Fit?

Should I Buy a Used Honda Fit?
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Overview The Honda Fit serves as the spiritual successor to the Civic Hatchback in North America, and hit the market in the U.S. in 2006 as a 2007 model year. With a small economical engine and the convenience of a hatchback, the Fit attracted all sorts of buyers who wanted a small practical vehicle. Continue Reading...

Should I buy a Used Toyota RAV4?

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Should I buy a Used Toyota RAV4?
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Vehicle Overview Toyota’s RAV4 compact crossover entered its third generation on the market for the 2006 model year. Having grown in size, two features previously not found on the RAV4 were added: a V6 engine option and a third row of seating. Continue Reading...

Should I Buy a Used Ford F-150?

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Should I Buy a Used Ford F-150?
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Ford has owned the sales crown in the half-ton market for a long time and is known for building a utilitarian truck for working men. Continue Reading...

Should I Buy a Used Toyota Corolla?

Should I Buy a Used Toyota Corolla?
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Trouble-Free Commuting Vehicle Overview In 2009 a new Corolla went on sale in North America. Not entirely “new,” the 10th generation Corolla feature carried over mechanics on a newly style body and interior. A staple in the compact car market, Toyota kept to the winning formula of offering a basic car with high reliability and… Continue Reading...

Should I Buy a Used Chevrolet Astro or GMC Safari?

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Should I Buy a Used Chevrolet Astro or GMC Safari?
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The Workhorse Not-So-Minivan Vehicle Overview After a decade on the market, General Motor’s “mid-size” vans received their one and only update for the 1996 model year. The short wheelbase version of the van was dropped this year and styling was modified to better resemble the larger full-size GM vans. Base model Astros/Safaris featured a utilitarian… Continue Reading...

Should I Buy a Used Ford Focus?

Should I Buy a Used Ford Focus?
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Long in the Tooth but Still a Bargain Vehicle Overview Although Europe had been enjoying a new generation Focus since 2005, North America made due with the original model that made its debut on our shores in 2000. In 2008 an unofficial second generation Focus was introduced which wasn’t much more than a heavily updated… Continue Reading...

Should I Buy a Used Saab 9-2x?

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Should I Buy a Used Saab 9-2x?
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The Classic Tale of the Saabaru Vehicle Overview In 2005 Saab wanted a compact vehicle to sell in North America against products like the Audi A3 and Volvo V50. At the time GM owned Saab completely and had an influential ownership share in Subaru. To fill the gap in Saab’s lineup, the company began to… Continue Reading...

Should I Buy a Used Mazda Miata?

Should I Buy a Used Mazda Miata?
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The Beginning of a Legend Vehicle Overview In 1990 Mazda introduced a back-to-basics sports car. Utilizing the same philosophy as British roadsters did in the 1950s and 1960s; the MX-5 Miata was a lightweight, front engine roadster that offered moderate power, a well-balanced chassis and top down motoring fun. Continue Reading...

Should I buy a Used Honda CR-V?

Should I buy a Used Honda CR-V?
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Vehicle Overview: A staple in Honda’s lineup, the third-generation CR-V was sold between 2007 and 2011 and set the pace for the crossover to become the sales leader it is today with solid practicality and affordability. Continue Reading...

Should I Buy a Used Hyundai Santa Fe?

Should I Buy a Used Hyundai Santa Fe?
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For 2007, Hyundai introduced its second-generation Santa Fe crossover with an all-new platform and smoother styling. Starting with the 2007 model year, the Santa Fe grew in size, bringing an optional third row of seats. Continue Reading...

Should I Buy a Used Subaru WRX?

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Should I Buy a Used Subaru WRX?
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Vehicle Overview For 2002, Subaru sent its rally-inspired WRX to North America. Based on the Impreza, the WRX brought in a new era of compact performance cars thanks to its all-wheel drive capability and a turbocharged horizontally opposed engine. Continue Reading...

Should I Buy a Used Chevrolet Camaro?

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Should I Buy a Used Chevrolet Camaro?
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  Vehicle Overview In 2009 Chevrolet resurrected the Camaro nameplate. Using a mix of retro inspired style and futuristic design elements, the reborn Camaro commanded road presence and has become a sales success. Continue Reading...
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