depreciation

Bad Roads Cost U.S. Drivers More Than $500 A Year
Bad Roads Cost U.S. Drivers More Than $500 A Year

America is great at many things, but one area where we could stand some improvement is our transportation infrastructure. According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, our nation's crumbling highways and byways cost drivers more than $500 per year -- and the situation's likely to get worse...Read More»

Car lot
Selling Your Ride? Used Cars To Remain Valuable Through 2014

If you have plans to sell your current ride anytime soon, we have good news and great news. The good news is that your used car isn't depreciating very much, and it's not likely to do so for the next couple of years. That prediction comes from the National Automobile Dealers Association, which says...Read More»

2011 Toyota Avalon
Toyota, Volvo, GMC Named Best Value Based On Ownership Cost

The Toyota brand has won Vincentric's "Best Passenger Car Value in America for 2011" award, and Volvo is rated at the top among luxury brands. This is the seventh year that Vincentric, which supplies cost-of-ownership data to a number of companies—including Toyota—has picked out top...Read More»

2010 Ford Taurus
Ford Boasts Improved Resale Value For 2010 Ford Taurus

After a year on the market, Ford notes that its redesigned 2010 Ford Taurus is getting far more money at auction—a full 39 percent more—compared to the 2009 model of the same age. According to Ford, the 2009 Ford Taurus was selling at a discount compared to the 2009 Toyota Avalon, but now...Read More»