Halloween is almost upon us. And of course, that means your thoughts will have turned to which cars are best to survive a zombie apocalypse. After all, whose wouldn’t?
If you look at movies made in the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s, the future was full of cars — albeit very technologically advanced ones. Movies like “Back to the Future” had us dreaming of flying cars with time-traveling capabilities. But at the time, many of these technologies were stuck in the realm of imagination. What about now? Are these cars real or still destined for the future? Continue reading >>>
The leaves are just starting to change — and while we haven’t seen bright colors like this photo yet, we’re giddy with anticipation.Here’s how you can plan for a leaf-peeping road trip this fall. Jump in your car — and don’t forget the camera! Continue reading >>>
This week in stories selected for our readers, our editors were intrigued by Ford’s celebration of a Mustang milestone, cars with fun drives and practical prices, and a prediction for when we’ll see the first Apple car. Read these stories and more by clicking the links below. Continue reading >>>
When the original BMW 1 Series arrived on the scene in 2004 it stood out from rival compact executive cars for being rear-wheel drive. The same is true of the second-generation 1 Series, known as the F20, which arrived in 2011 and is the subject of our latest CarGurus Used Car Video review.
In this week’s top stories picked by our editors, augmented reality is coming to your car windows, we learn about the top security concerns to keep in mind when buying a used car, and we find tips on diagnosing your check engine light. Read these stories and more by clicking the links below: Continue reading >>>
Car safety is not the most glamorous of subjects, but it remains hugely important for obvious reasons. That’s arguably even more the case when it comes to choosing a used car rather than a new one, where crash performance and safety features might not necessarily be up to the latest standards.
Car subscriptions are one of the latest offers available to car shoppers. We’re now used to subscribing to dinners, music, movies, and streaming services (looking at you, Netflix), so why not subscribe to our cars, too?
That’s the thinking, anyway. Continue reading >>>