You don’t need to run from these zombies. These cars and trucks are coming back to life — much to the delight of many fans. Continue reading >>>
Enthusiasts can see cars close and personal at auto shows. But now, automakers are looking for opportunities to reach a new group of shoppers in different settings. Automakers have been getting creative, stepping into more artistic pursuits to introduce shoppers to new cars — and we’re not just talking about the latest Marvel movies. We took a look at 2018 to see what new avenues automakers are exploring to introduce us to their cars. Continue reading >>>
A death has been reported!
The automotive industry has been using the phrase “the death of the sedan” since at least 2015, when SUVs earned their title as “star[s] of the show,” according to MarketWatch.
Here at CarGurus, we wanted to investigate the death of the sedan. Were the claims true?
Monterey Car Week is a true pilgrimage for car people, something serious enthusiasts should attend at least once in their lifetime. Whether you want to watch the world’s most significant race cars tear around Laguna Seca Raceway, don your best pastel-colored slacks and hobnob with the rich and famous at the Pebble Beach Concours, or see the best of the worst at the Concours d’Lemons, Monterey has something for every car fan. Continue reading >>>
Family-friendly vehicles now come in all shapes and sizes. But which vehicles offer the best value, safety, and reliability for families without breaking the bank? Here are 5 standouts from the 2015 model year.
Japan took the American car industry by storm when it started making and selling cars in the United States. During the 1960s and ’70s, Japanese carmakers Honda and Toyota developed a reputation for quality, reliability, and efficiency and forced the American Big Three to take note. Today, South Korean Hyundai and Kia are doing the same. Continue reading >>>
Some cars are better-suited for the traffic slog and tight elbow room of city life. If you’ve ever driven in Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, New York, or Houston, you’re well-aware of the traffic nightmares that unfold on a daily basis as people drive — or try to drive — from their homes to their offices and back again.
We highlighted five rides that can hold up to city driving. We based our list on used cars that are about 3 years old, examining the number of open recalls and reliability ratings for each. We also referenced the CarGurus Used Car Awards and mixed in a little common sense for good measure.
Did your favorite make it to the list? If not, add yours to the comments below. Continue reading >>>
Rarely does a new vehicle debut with less power and capability than the model it’s replacing. Yet the Nissan Kicks compact crossover is hitting the market without all wheel drive and with less horsepower than its predecessor, the Juke.
AWD has become a staple of crossovers from almost all automakers. So, the decision not to offer it as an option is an interesting one. Will the new Nissan Kicks find a fan base in spite of its front-wheel-drive-only architecture and 1.6-liter 125-hp motor? Continue reading >>>