Archive for tag: Edmunds

Camry Earns Praise From Consumer Reports

It is already one of the most popular cars in the United States, but the Toyota Camry recently got a sterling review from Consumer Reports. The publication named the 2012 hybrid version of the car the best family sedan, according to USA Today. The achievement may surprise some people since the latest version of the […]

“Lemon’s” and the Over All Quality of Newer Cars

The fear of purchasing a “lemon” when shopping for a used car may soon be nothing more than an anecdote to tell future generations. According to The Associated Press, global competition is behind the increased quality of newer models in the past five or so years. Higher quality vehicles are less likely to require auto […]

Gas Prices May Be Easing, But Keep Your Fuel Efficiency On The Rise

With gas prices topping $4 per gallon in many parts of the country, it’s no secret that many Americans are looking for ways to increase their fuel efficiency. While there are all sorts of tricks and tips out there that purport to increase gas mileage, only a handful actually have a measurable effect. To help […]

Educated Buyers

In today’s tough economic times, people are concerned about how reliable the vehicle they purchase is going to be and how long that investment in a vehicle will last.  With many of us considering a vehicle the second most important purchase you can make behind only a home, I can understand why people want to […]