It's entirely possible to find a car that's a blast to drive, turns heads, costs less than most new cars and does something amazing -- goes up in value.
Men, you're sending a certain signal to women when you drive an expensive sports car: You're not a keeper.
True, most of them inhale gasoline, but that doesn't mean they aren't the right thing to be driving.
Buying a used car vs. new is definitely a money-saver, but there's a trade-off: Used cars aren't as reliable. Or are they?
Factories are running again, but shortages mean higher prices, less availability.
Some U.S. dealerships drop discounts on small, fuel-efficient Japanese cars while automakers assess damage from the earthquake and tsunami.
The jolt from rapidly rising gas prices has once-burned Americans stampeding back toward fuel-efficient vehicles.
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