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How Big Brother Gets in Your Car

By now, most of us realize that when we go online, we give up some privacy. Anyone who’s browsed for something on Amazon.com only to have related ads pop up on other sites knows that. However, offline, you might not have as much privacy as you think you do, and some of that lack of privacy can come in what is a fairly private space: your car. Here are four groups that are inviting Big Brother to ride ... continue reading»

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Small Cars that Get 40 MPG Highway

2015 Honda Fit One of the advantages of buying a small car is that they are often among the most fuel-efficient vehicles on the market and are relatively inexpensive. Automakers are engineering new cars to meet increasingly stringent fuel economy standards, but some models are thriftier on fuel than others. We've rounded up some of the highest-ranking affordable small cars and hatchbacks that get an EPA fuel economy estimate of 40 mpg or more on the highway. We've also included information ... continue reading»

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2011 Buick Enclave vs. 2011 Mazda CX-9: Which Used SUV Should You Buy?

2011 Buick Enclave CXL Three-row SUVs are a popular choice among families, and if you’re considering a used or certified pre-owned model, you could save substantially. For example, take a look at our two top-ranked 2011 affordable midsize SUVs, the Buick Enclave and Mazda CX-9. Our pricing data shows that you should be able to find a 2011 Enclave for roughly $21,400 to $26,400, depending on the model you choose. In comparison, the 2011 CX-9 is slightly less expensive, with average ... continue reading»

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2010 Ford Fusion vs. 2010 Toyota Camry: Which Should You Buy?

2011 Ford Fusion You might be surprised by how much money you can save on a four-year-old car. Take the 2010 Ford Fusion and Toyota Camry, for example. Our pricing data shows that you should be able to find either one for roughly $11,000 to $15,000, depending on the model you choose. By comparison, the 2014 Ford Fusion and Toyota Camry both start at around $22,000, which is about $7,000 more than a fully loaded 2010 model. If you ... continue reading»

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Best Used SUVs for $20,000 to $30,000

2010 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Prices for new sport utility vehicles range anywhere from under $20,000 to $100,000 and up. Much of the price variance depends on size, make, model and features. If you've got a growing family and are trying to keep costs low without skimping on features and performance, you may be able to save quite a bit of money by shopping for a used SUV. Buying used typically means that you won't take as big of a hit ... continue reading»

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