Here's how to know whether it's time to start thinking about a plug-in hybrid or electric car for your garage.
You have $30K to spend on a new, non-luxury car. Should you buy it? Or spend the same amount on a used luxury vehicle?
Car shoppers looking at all-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive vehicles face a difficult decision. Are they that much safer and worth the extra cash?
How to locate, price and negotiate to buy a good used car.
The following steps are devoted to helping you select, price, locate and test drive the vehicle that is best for you.
The following steps will tell you how to locate, price and negotiate to buy the car you want.
Car-buying fees are confusing and costly for buyers. Find out ahead of time which new car fees are legit.
What happens when a veteran automotive writer goes undercover as a car salesman? We sent our own Chandler Phillips to work at two Southern California dealerships and he came back to tell about it.
While we could attempt to explain the process of negotiating, we thought it would be more helpful to eavesdrop on several real negotiations.
Edmunds.com's Price Promise® program answers car buyers' No. 1 concern by providing up-front, guaranteed pricing for new cars.
Edmunds.com's True Market Value (TMV) is a powerful tool for car buyers and sellers. Here's how to use it to get a great deal on a new or used car.
It's possible to buy a new car with bad credit, if you know where to look and how to prepare. Here's how it works and what to keep in mind throughout the process.
Decoding a car's vehicle identification number (VIN) can assist you when making a decision about a used car purchase. Look up a car's history with our VIN Record Check.