Tips and AdvicePlanning Your Purchase
A little planning goes a long way when buying a new car. Spend some time researching which car is right for you, what's a fair price, and what to look for when shopping.
Looking for a used car? Our 2019 award winners hold their value, win rave reviews, and are available at a dealership near you.
Federal tax credits can make buying an electric vehicle incredibly affordable, but how do you get one?
They might cost a little more, but CPO cars have plenty of benefits ranging from extended warranties to 24-hour roadside assistance.
We did the math to help shoppers better understand leasing versus buying.
Ever heard a salesperson say they're losing money on a deal? You might be surprised by how true that statement is!
Sure, budgeting is important, but there are plenty of other keys to finding a car at the right price. Check out these tips and never overpay again.
These days, picking a car takes more than just choosing between body styles. With gas prices seemingly always in flux, should you stick with long-range gas-powered cars, is it time to go electric, or should you settle for a hybrid instead?
Looking for your perfect car? CarGurus has the tools to help make that big decision an easy one.
Tired of filling up with gas every few hundred miles? There are plenty of other earth-friendly options.
Rental cars are often less expensive to buy than a typical used car, but what are the risks?
Do high gas prices have you considering a new vehicle? Picking a good commuting car is about more than just miles per gallon.
Cars are lasting longer than ever, so what's stopping you from test-driving that 100,000-mile motor?
Car loans aren't complicated. Understand the language the dealership and banks use to help get a good deal and a reasonable monthly rate.
If it's time to buy your first car (or your child's first car), be sure to consider the driver's needs, the car's safety ratings, and how much you can afford to spend.
Everybody wants a safe car, but what do "5-Star Safety Rating" and "IIHS Top Safety Pick" actually mean? Here's how cars are tested and what those ratings mean for shoppers.
Cars don't always change dramatically between one year and another. Shoppers should look at generational changes before buying a car.
Whether it's a day of the week, a certain time of month, or a particular month of the year, there are good and bad times to buy a car.
Looking for a new car? From private sellers to huge franchise dealerships, there are plenty of options. But which one is best for you?
You'll meet more than just your salesperson when you visit a car dealership. Here's the full cast of characters and how to prepare for each one.
From Autocheck to CarFax, we'll explain everything you need to know about vehicle history reports (including their flaws), and whether they're worth the money.
Insurance costs can put a big dent in your budget, but saving money on coverage can help you afford a better car.
Choosing between buying your next car new or used can be a difficult decision. Here are ten good reasons to buy new.
Choosing between buying your next car new or used can be a difficult decision. Here are 10 good reasons to buy used.
Even fantastic drivers should know about the latest car safety technology - here's our look at 12 features worth having.
We looked at expert reviews, user reviews, depreciation, and other data points to determine our 2017 Used Car Awards
We looked at expert reviews, user reviews, depreciation, and other data points to determine our 2018 Used Car Awards
Is a newer, high-mileage vehicle a better buy than an older, low-mileage one?
Salvage cars often look like great deals. But most come with significant risks, so when does it makes sense to buy one?
Deciding whether to lease or buy your next car should depend on your budget, your lifestyle, and your long-term plans.