Sure it's a little pricier than a conventional car, but think of the perks: tax credits, rebates, and discounts. And the eco-street cred? Priceless.
Honda and Toyota had the most models on Edmunds.com’s annual list, making up nearly half the list with 4 vehicles each.
Prices for patio furniture won't sink any lower, but if you're in the market for a refrigerator or a new set of wheels, patience is likely to pay.
The battle between Ford and Chevy trucks moves to a new venue, but both are far behind the most-stolen vehicle, a sedan.
For decades, a Chevrolet dealer in Nebraska kept cars that didn't sell, and now he's decided to auction them off next month.
So your 17-year-old wants to start driving? Time to find a safe, economical car to help keep your kid (and your car insurance hit) as protected as possible.
Parents Magazine and Edmunds.com make their picks in several categories. And it's not all about the minivan anymore...
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