Honda vehicles exemplify quality in affordable transportation. Civic and Accord, some of the best-selling cars in the world, are joined by some new talent in the form of the all-new 2010 Honda Insight hybrid, which costs less than the Toyota Prius, and the all-new 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour crossover.
Dodge's product offerings run the gamut of consumer's interest. From performance and family haulers to work horses and toy haulers, Dodge certainly has all of its bases covered. The Grand Caravan packs more features than some people find in their living rooms, and 2010 is the final year of production for the Viper. The Challenger receives some performance additions to help take over Dodge's performance legacy, while the smallest Dodge, the Caliber, enjoys an all-new interior in 2010.
This gallery features the eight midsize and small SUV winners of 2010 Top Safety Pick awards.
Every year the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has the pleasure of crashing some of the newest vehicles money can buy. This gallery features 19 of the large, midsize and small car winners of 2010 Top Safety Pick awards.
As Chrysler settles into life with its new business partner, Fiat, and dives into work on its future model lineup, the current model line has dwindled. While that new partnership is promising, it'll be at least a year or two before any Italian-American collaborations actually get delivered to Chrysler dealerships. So for now, that leaves them with only four of their recent steadfast models: the full-size 300 sedan, the PT Cruiser compact wagon, the midsize Sebring sedan and convertible, and the Town & Country minivan.
The leaves are turning shades of gold and red, and the holiday season is closer than you'd like to think. While this time of year traditionally brings together friends, family and food, it also brings most manufacturers' newest model year cars to dealer lots -- often with more incentives.
We drove the new Turbo on twisty Portuguese back roads and a Formula One racetrack to find out if it delivers.
Fall is a great time to buy a new car. The end of the year is fast approaching and 2010 models are increasingly hitting the dealer lots, prompting automakers to offer tempting incentives on 2009 models still in stock. For October, we found great incentives on ten vehicles that have everything.
As the 2009 model year comes to a close in October, we're witnessing more cash incentives from manufactures than we've seen in a long time. Consider this gallery your brand-by-brand menu of cash-back offers from manufacturers in October.
Volkswagen is one of those brands that enjoys a cult following.VW has come a long way since those simple days of the Beetle and the Microbus, having developed a wide range of vehicles that appeal to a broad group of consumers. You've got the more basic, economical people-movers like the Golf and Jetta. There are more indulgent choices like the convertible Eos and CC. And don't forget the family haulers, from the Passat sedan to the Touareg SUV. Volkswagen's affordable German engineering, refined interiors and direct handling keep customers coming back for more.
America's premier domestic luxury brand, Cadillac is not your grandfather's car anymore. Since the introduction of the Escalade and the CTS, Cadillac continues to step up to the plate with fresh designs, modern luxury and impressive performance that appeal to a younger group of car buyers.
The General Motors "60-Day Satisfaction Guarantee" will be in effect until November 30th, 2009. Consumers who purchase a Chevrolet, Cadillac, GMC, or Buick vehicle (note Saab, Hummer, Pontiac, and Saturn are not included) will have the option of returning it if not 100% satisfied. Lack of satisfaction is up to the consumer to define, though there are several key limitations put in place by the program for returning the car. We'll use some consumer-friendly bullets to outline them.
Looking for reliable, fuel-efficient transportation under $10,000? Shop new and you have few options without a decent incentive or a now non-existent Cash for Clunkers voucher. Shop used and the possibilities are endless -- and overwhelming, which is why we've picked 15 used cars under $10,000 to start you on your search
Times are tough all over. Jobs are in short supply, millionaires are disappearing, and banks don't even want to give you any money. So why are so many awesome luxury cars coming out in the next 12 months?
t used to be so simple. August would come along and your parental instincts would kick in, telling you that it's time to head to the mall for new clothes, and then to Wal-Mart or Office Depot for assorted supplies. Fast forward a few quick years, and suddenly back to school is about Nissans instead of Nikes. With that in mind, we've compiled a list of your best bets, vehicles that are relatively affordable and ranked among the best in terms of safety.