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This week German luxury vehicles were popularly searched in AutoGuide.com’s new vehicle shopping section.
This week the Mercedes-Benz CLA 250 was the most researched vehicle in AutoGuide.com’s new cars section.
This week the outgoing Mercedes C-Class was one of the most popularly shopped cars in AutoGuide.com’s new cars section.
The car-buying process is a frustrating chore; it’s stressful, takes hours of precious time and once you finally seal the deal you’re never certain if you got screwed like a box of Phillips-head fasteners. But before you sign your life away, is it better to finance a vehicular purchase or pay cash? Not surprisingly the answer is a clear as a jar of peanut butter.
Giving up sex for a month is more appealing to 21 percent of Americans than having to haggle over the price of a new car.
This week the Jeep Cherokee was the most researched vehicle in AutoGuide.com’s new car shopping section.
Today’s car shoppers are all about wireless connectivity in their vehicles. Continue Reading…
At one time, prospective new car buyers placed most of their faith in the test drive, but modern-day car shopping is changing all of that.
If You Have to Ask You Can't Afford It
So, you’re in the market for a new car. Your ‘88 Toyota Tercel has served you faithfully for the past decade and a half since you purchased it following your second divorce. But now it’s high time for something with a few features, not to mention a body structure that’s doesn’t consist entirely of ferrous oxide. Savvy shoppers will visit AutoGuide.com for the latest news, freshest reviews and handiest buying tools.
All but one of the top five most researched cars in AutoGuide.com’s new cars shopping section this week are Japanese.
Ask AutoGuide No. 39
Midsize sedans represent a massive slice of the automotive pie. These four-door cars almost single handedly (or wheely?) form the backbone of America’s personal transportation network, shuttling people practically everywhere they need and want to go. Yeah, they’re kind of a big deal, and as a salute to these hard-working automobiles they’re the subject of this week’s installment of Ask AutoGuide.
Ask AutoGuide No. 37
GM has been working to revive its Cadillac division for a decade and a half. After much hard work and many billions of dollars things are really starting to fall into place instead of falling apart. They’ve transformed the brand from an also-ran into a genuine competitor to German luxury hegemony.
It’s a new week and that means it’s time for another installment of Ask AutoGuide. As the Motor-Vehicle Problem Solvers we never stop working for you, our loyal audience… as long as we’re punched in and Samantha down in HR has approved the overtime. In any event, small cars are becoming the automotive industry’s next big thing as people trade in their first-generation Toyota Sequoias for more efficient transportation, and that’s precisely the theme of this week’s episode.
What do Abraham Lincoln, Shaquille O’Neal and Chewbacca have in common? Truth be told, not a whole lot. Honest Abe got capped, Shaq can’t shoot free throws and Chewie is hairier than a herd of yaks… or the filter in a Econo Lodge hot tub. This trio’s differences abound, but one thing they all share is height.
As you know, (or at least you should) our (usually) weekly feature Ask AutoGuide is all about helping readers in need (or for our own amusement). People require vehicle-buying advice and we provide guidance (it’s in our name after all). Give and receive, that’s how it works; it’s just like Christmas except Old Saint AutoGuide shimmies down the chimney 52 times per year not just once in late December.
A recent study has revealed that truck shoppers are the least likely to join the hybrid and electric vehicle movement.
The American car consumer might be stereotyped as loving brutishly powerful V8 machines, but according to a new survey they actually prefer fuel efficiency over performance.
With the exception of one German car, the five most popularly searched vehicles this week were all Japanese.
If there’s one thing that many of this week’s “most researched cars” hold in common, it’s compact size.
This week’s most researched cars range from being practical to practically unaffordable.
Automotive industry jargon is rarely interesting. ATF means automatic transmission fluid, and an ICE engine actually makes an awful lot of heat. But what about the Monroney sticker?
According to a recent survey, millennials are less likely to care if a vehicle is assembled in America or not when shopping for cars.