For many car shoppers, haggling is a relic of days gone by. To them, haggling feels like mimeographs or three-martini lunches: once part of a business person's daily routine, but woefully out of date.
The 2016 Porsche 911 is one of just a few sports cars that, for decades, has managed to simultaneously preserve its own unique style and lineage and yet provide performance that's remained near the head of the pack.
The name Cellebrite might not ring any bells, but you've probably heard about the company. It's the Israeli firm that's rumored to have helped the FBI hack into the iPhone 5c involved in the shootings that took place last December in San Bernadino, California.
2017 Lincoln Continental, 2016 Detroit Auto Show
The 2017 Lincoln Continental has been priced from $45,485, including a $925 destination charge. The figure is several thousand dollars higher than the starting price of the MKS, though it’s below what most rivals in this segment charge.
BMWs typically have a shelf life of seven years but that won’t be the case for the current X5 whose successor is already out testing. This may look like one of the prototypes for the next-generation X3 but according to our photographer the vehicle is bigger.
The latest in Infiniti’s Inspiration series of forward-looking design concepts is a striking SUV. Called the QX Sport Inspiration, the new concept is set to make its debut this month at the 2016 Beijing Auto Show.
2016 Tesla Model X
With a restyled Model S released yesterday and more than 300,000 reservations globally for its $35,000 Model 3 coming in 2018, Tesla Motors has had a busy, busy month. Almost overlooked in all the news about those two electric cars was another update to another Tesla product.
After four years of steady growth, U.S. plug-in electric car sales were essentially flat last year. Low gas prices and increased demand for SUVs had a dampening effect on the segment, which still accounts for a very small fraction of U.S. new-car sales.
Some markets are stronger than others for certain types of cars. Think Subarus in the Northeast or the Rocky Mountains, convertibles in Florida, and pickup trucks in Texas. Used-car dealers carefully watch auctions to find cars in less demand elsewhere that they can sell locally for more money.