Tips and AdviceBuying a Used Car
Learn about shopping for a used car from the friendly experts at CarGurus
Negotiating a used car deal can be stressful, but nobody pays full retail, right? Learn the basics of good negotiation.
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Shopping for a used car? Here are the 5 most important things to consider.
Sometimes forgoing the test drive and buying sight unseen can help you find your dream car at an unbeatable price.
CarGurus delivers a few easy tips to help shoppers budget for a car purchase
CarGurus explains why every used-car purchase should be preceded by a vehicle history report
Choosing between buying your next car new or used can be a difficult decision. Here are 10 good reasons to buy used.
CarGurus provides 5 easy steps to buying a used car
You've decided to trade your car in for a new one, but how can you know the dealer is offering you a fair deal?
CarGurus explains the 5 primary factors in every used-car negotiation
CarGurus looked at expert reviews, user reviews, depreciation, and other data points to determine its 2017 Used Car Awards
How to buy a car with bad credit. Getting a decent deal on a car loan can be hard when you have bad credit.
CarGurus gives a simple explanation of what shoppers should know about financing a vehicle purchase
How do dealerships determine how much a trade-in is worth, and what will they do with your car once they have it?
CarGurus provides 5 easy steps to a successful used-car test drive
CarGurus explains the details that play into a dealership's valuation of trade-in vehicles.
The better your car's fuel economy, the less money you'll spend at the pump. But what do those MPG numbers mean and where do they come from?
Car shoppers should consult our list of things to bring to make sure they'll get the most out of their trip to a car dealership.
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