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This Week in Car Buying: Used car wave builds

Industry forecasts predict that as many as 3 million vehicles will be coming off lease during 2016, which is about a third more than last year. According to Manheim Consulting, it is the biggest crop of returning vehicles since 2003 and as a result, manufacturers are revving up their Certified Pre-Owned programs to handle the influx of vehicles. Bill Fay, Read more...


2016 Chrysler 200S/300S Alloy Editions dressed to impress

Boasting greater elegance, the 2016 Chrysler 200S and 300S Alloy Editions make their public debut at the Chicago Auto Show. These sporty sedans crank up their visual appeal using Dark Bronze and Titanium trim accents to set off their existing blacked-out detailing. Both cars will be available in five exterior colors -- Gloss Black Clear Coat, Black Forest Read more...


Previous | Next Winner Fifty years ago, if you looked up family car in the dictionary, you probably would have seen a picture of a Chevrolet Impala. With the Impala again making Kelley Blue Book’s list of best family cars, you can safely assume that the more things change, the more they stay the same. This big sedan is proof that a roomy cabin Read more...


Previous | Next Winner The 2016 Honda Accord is the prototypical family sedan with its roomy interior, high quality and reliability ratings and solid resale value. But Honda isn’t just resting on its laurels as a mid-cycle refresh has added a bit more style, a richer interior and several features like a split-folding rear seat that had Read more...


Previous Page | Next Winner In a world where the average transaction price of a new car is more than $30,000, it’s good to meet a small -- but roomy enough -- sedan that a family can buy new for well under that. At its base level, the new-for-2016 Honda Civic starts under $20,000, and even at that stage, the list of standard equipment is Read more...


After a 13-year run, the Scion brand will shut down and some of its product portfolio absorbed into its parent Toyota division. The transition is set to take place this August when the rebranded 2017 Toyota iA Sedan, iM 5-door Hatch and sporty FR-S models arrive in showrooms. At that time, the Scion tC Coupe will disappear following a final Release Edition. Read more...



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