High gasoline prices will never eliminate the fact that many people simply need an SUV or crossover for family hauling duties. A quick review reveals that there are many new SUVs and crossovers to choose from, too many in fact, and many manufacturers offer more than one than one SUV in the segment. With such a mind-boggling array of choices, making the right one can be hard.
Many consumers are considering purchasing a hybrid as their next vehicle. And now that hybrids have been around a few years, buying a used hybrid is a real option. Here are some tips that should help you pick out the real deal and avoid the lemons among previously owned green cars.
One of the most frequently asked questions we get is, "What car would you drive?" It's a natural, of course. Since we drive so many cars, we have a good idea of what works and what doesn't. To help answer the inevitable, we've assembled our favorite family sedans. Starting with the EPA's market class ratings, we pared it down to 10 vehicles that get at least 4 stars from us. Some are expected, some are surprising . . .
So you want to have fun behind the wheel, but you worry sports cars aren't great on gas. Fear not: We've assembled a list of 10 fun cars for 2008 with low annual fuel costs.
Road rage. It's hard to understand, yet it happens to everyone. In fact, you may be a victim and not even know it -– or a victim and perpetrator, all wrapped up in one big bundle of frazzled nerves. Here's how to battle road rage--tips for staying calm, cool, and in one piece!