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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»

Tags: Analysis, Used Cars, Car Shopping, Ford Fusion, Toyota Camry

Get Used: Used Cars under $20,000

2012 Prius When it comes to car shopping, $20,000 can go a long way, especially if you’re considering a used car. Buying used means that someone else has taken the initial hit on depreciation, and while it’s not typically the case, USA Today reports that some used cars that were bought in May 2013 have actually appreciated in value, including the 2012 Chevrolet Malibu, Subaru Forester and 2009 Kia Sorento. [Read: Best Used Car Sales July 2014] Our used ... continue reading»

Tags: Analysis, Used Cars, Used Car Prices, Pricing

Cars Damaged in Hurricane Sandy Top 250,000

Bruce Bennett/Getty Images News The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) announced updated estimates of cars damaged by Hurricane Sandy in a press release Thursday, which now goes beyond 250,500. This number only includes insured vehicles whose owners filed a claim after the storm in October 2012. Owners in 16 states have filed claims thus far that range from scratched to flooded vehicles. New York ranks at the top of the list with more than 150,000 vehicles. New Jersey is second with 60 ... continue reading»

Tags: News, Used Cars, Hurricane Sandy

J.D. Power: Vehicle Dependability Improving

The 2013 J.D. Power & Associates Vehicle Dependability Study shows vehicle dependability is improving, with owners reporting the lowest number of vehicle problems since the study launched 24 years ago.  To determine which brands and vehicles are most dependable, J.D. Power calculates the number of vehicle problems reported by more than 37,000 consumers who own vehicles that were all-new or significantly redesigned for the 2010 model year. Compared with the results of the 2012 VDS, dependability has improved ... continue reading»

Tags: News, New Cars, Used Cars, JD Power Associates, Vehicle Dependability Study

Hurricane Sandy Churns Up the New and Used Car Markets

Hurricane Sandy not only scored a direct hit on one of the most populated regions of the country, it also landed a blow to the part of the country that accounts for about 20 percent of all car and truck sales in the United States, according to Edmunds.com. "The storm likely will have an impact on October sales, especially since it comes at the end of the month, but those sales won’t disappear altogether,” says Edmunds.com Sr ... continue reading»

Tags: News, Tips and Advice, Used Cars, New car sales, flood damaged cars

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