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To some people, buying a brand-new car might seem like the optimal option. The benefits are clear. You’re getting a car at its newest. You rarely have to worry about any damage being done to it in the past. To some people, it’s worth spending more for that. It’s time to challenge that logic. Let’s look at the reasons why you should, in fact, rarely if even buy a brand-new car. You take all the brunt of depreciation When it comes to making the best move for your finances, you want to consider the vehicle as an investment. Rarely,...Continue reading »

Buying a new car can be hugely time-consuming. In a way, it’s something you want to spend a lot of time doing. It’s a big purchase, and you don’t want to make a mistake or buy the wrong vehicle. However, you don’t want to feel like you’re wasting huge amounts of time when you just want to be in possession of your new car. Luckily, there are some ways you can save time when it’s time to buy a new car. You can cut down on how long it takes you to find the right car and the right price by taking some smart...Continue reading »

When you’re ready to start looking for a new vehicle, you have some options. The first big decision to consider is whether or not you want to buy your next car or lease it. There are some situations where buying instead of leasing may make more sense for your needs. In many scenarios, it may be much more beneficial to sign a lease for your next car instead of purchase it. Here are seven instances where leasing is better than buying. 1. Consistent New Car Quality There’s nothing more satisfying than driving a brand new car. There’s...Continue reading »

Looks like Aston will be joining the likes of Ferrari, Lamborghini, and McLaren in the mid-engined supercar game in about three years time. Speaking to Auto Express, Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer laid out the details of the British luxury automaker’s seven-year plan-including a mid-engined rival to the Ferrari 488 due out in 2020. “We have one car every year for the next seven years. It starts with our GT cars: DB11, Vantage and Vanquish. In 2019 we’ll have DBX [the crossover], then we’ll have, for the sake of argument,...Continue reading »

Any type of lawn care equipment can take a big beating, especially a riding lawn mower. For many people, the only time the mower gets looked at and serviced is when it stops working. However, if you want your lawn mower or any other lawn care equipment to stay working properly and safely, it is important to provide proper maintenance. A lack of proper maintenance is a guarantee that your mower will not live a long life. You don’t have to be an expert to keep your riding lawn mower running properly. Below are some tips for maintaining...Continue reading »

Hyundai is betting that it’s better to introduce a new small crossover late than never. With the new Hyundai Kona subcompact SUV set to arrive in the United States next year, the Koreans finally will have a mainstream competitor to the likes of the Honda HR-V and the Jeep Renegade. But first, the Kona is headed to Europe, and it’s from there that we get an early look at Hyundai’s baby CUV. The Kona’s face appears to take after the Nissan Juke’s, with a somewhat bizarre lighting setup that includes thin...Continue reading »

A trademark application filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office hints that a vehicle based on the Toyota FT-4X Concept may be headed for production. But it won’t be called FT-4X (good riddance). Instead, Toyota may riff on the deceased-but-still-loved FJ Cruiser by naming its smaller ‘ute the TJ Cruiser. Remember, the FJ Cruiser was intended to evoke the memory of Toyota’s famed FJ Land Cruiser series, which were (and still are) legendary for their off-road prowess and durability. The FJ had some legitimate...Continue reading »

Shopping for a new car is always fun. When you get to buy something new, you’ve got a whole lot of different features to consider. From the overall look and the color to the way it drives and how energy efficient it is. But, when it comes to buying a city-perfect car, you have to think in a slightly different way. When you’re moving to a new city, you sometimes want something smaller, cheap to run and easy to store. If you’re looking for an auto that’s great for city life, here are a few options to consider. A Bike First things...Continue reading »

Only America’s most ardent pragmatists choose minivan function over crossover fashion. The country’s refusal to acknowledge the family van’s myriad virtues—unparalleled people-carrying comfort, unmatched interior volume, and unequaled interior flexibility—might be its greatest automotive sin. Stigma, then, is strong with the guardian of the sliding door. Yet Chrysler defiantly marches the minivan forward with the electrification of its Pacifica, possibly the most significant innovation since sliding doors appeared on both sides...Continue reading »

Snapping up that dream job on the other side of the world does not mean that you have to leave your pride and joy at home. If you are only moving to the next continent, it can end up being more cost effective than selling it and trying to find another. Moving to a new house is stressful enough as it is. If you have spent years trying to find exactly the right model of car at exactly the right price it can be heart-breaking to leave it behind, You may never be able to replace it, so why not take it with you? Here are some tips for taking...Continue reading »