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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»

Tags: Analysis

The Best Compact SUVs for Resale Value

Small SUVs and crossovers are extremely popular. According to data from Edmunds.com, compact SUVs have twice the share of the new car market that they had a decade ago, and are now the fourth most popular type of vehicle (midsize cars, small cars and pickup trucks are more popular). While Edmunds points out that small SUVs offer things like space, price and fuel economy that appeal to buyers, there’s another reason to love small SUVs: Their resale values ... continue reading»

Tags: Tips and Advice, compact SUVs, Small SUVs

How You Can Make Money on Your Car Lease

One of the most attractive things about leasing a car is that you don’t have to worry about it losing value. When the lease is up, you just turn the car in and walk away. However, if you lease a car that holds more of its value than expected, you can actually make money when you turn the car in. [See this month's Best Lease Deals] When you lease a car, you’re essentially financing a portion of ... continue reading»

Tags: Tips and Advice, Leasing

Best and Worst Cities for Buying a Used Car

If you live in the Sacramento area and are looking for a used car, you have our sympathies. The Sacramento area is the part of the country with the fewest good deals on used cars. If you live in the Miami-Ft. Lauderdale area, on the other hand, get shopping. Twenty-seven percent of used cars in that area are priced below market value.  [See this month’s Best Used Car Deals] Cities with the Most Used Car Deals City Percentage of ... continue reading»

Tags: Tips and Advice, Used Cars, used car deals, best and worst cities for buying a used car

Honda CR-V vs Nissan Rogue

Though the Honda CR-V has been at the top of our compact SUV rankings for a long time, the Nissan Rogue has just begun to make inroads to the top tier of small SUVs. Redesigned for the 2014 model year, reviewers like the Rogue’s well-appointed cabin, good cargo space and fuel economy. Reviewer acclaim has been enough to move the Rogue to the number four spot in our compact SUV rankings, but is it enough to move the Rogue ... continue reading»

Tags: Tips and Advice, Honda CR V, Nissan Rogue, compact SUVs, Small SUVs

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