Driving the 2020 Outback: Subaru Gives the People What They Want

Subaru struck gold in 2009 when it dramatically redesigned the Outback for 2010. But when a model is so well-loved and so integral to your brand, it’s best to take a careful approach when building an all-new version. After all, lightning rarely strikes twice. With a clear blueprint of what shoppers want, Subaru has designed the all-new 2020 Outback as an evolution, rather than a revolution.

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How the Mexico Tariffs Will Impact Affordable Cars

Recently, the White House issued a statement announcing a 5% tariff on all Mexican imports that goes into effect on June 10, 2019. After that date, the White House will increase the tariffs to 10% on July 1, 2019, and then increase them an additional 5% on the first day of each month for the next three months, up to 25%. The tariffs will stay at 25% until Mexico decreases illegal immigration coming through its borders. These tariffs will heavily affect cars made in Mexico.

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5 Award-Winning Used Trucks & Crossovers

2015 Toyota Tacoma

For the third year in a row, we’ve published our Best Used Car Awards. Each year, we take a look at depreciation, popularity, review scores, and availability to identify the top vehicles across a range of categories—16 this year. We also look at other need-to-knows like mileage, cargo space, and safety ratings. Did your favorite make our list?

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Ten 2019 Cars That Cost Less Than the 2018 Version

Car shoppers commonly believe they can save money by purchasing the previous year’s model when a new one arrives on dealership lots. We sifted through those 2018 and 2019 models with at least 2,000 vehicles in inventory on CarGurus, calculated the median price of each model year, and found that with certain select models, the opposite is actually true. (more…)