The weak economy has dragged on for so long, many people just can't wait any longer to buy a new or used car.
The Insurance Institute picked a record 66 vehicles for its 2011 top safety award.
The holiday shopping season usually includes some of the best days of the year to buy a car.
Men tend to be less rational than women when it comes to picking a model and sticking to a price.
Automotive reviews say General Motors' new 'all-electric' car is not that different from the Prius.
What's a 10-minute spin going to tell you about the car? Here's a better suggestion.
The days of finding a 2-year-old car for thousands less than new are gone -- at least for now.
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The apparel chain takes a hard hit after blaming the weather for its quarterly sales decline. But cold temperatures don't explain the drop in full-year sales as well.
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