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Survey: Appraising your trade-in online makes for a smoother haggling process
Survey: Appraising your trade-in online makes for a smoother haggling process

Nearly three-quarters of new car buyers go online to get an idea of what their trade-in vehicle is worth prior to going to the dealership, and almost two-thirds of those estimates are accurate, according to a recent survey conducted for Automotive News. In other words, about half of all car buyers...Read More»

Nashville flood car
A third of America's cars are underwater: Is yours?

In the aftermath of the Great Recession, you probably heard about plenty of people whose homes were underwater. Maybe you were one of them. Now, the analysts at Edmunds say plenty of cars are underwater, too. How did this happen? When we say that something is "underwater", we mean that (a) it was...Read More»

For sale, low miles, one horsepower.
The Coming Carpocalypse: Florida Dealer Accepts Horse Trade-In

Need further proof that the economy is about as healthy as a three-pack-a-day smoker living on the bacon and red meat diet? Ponder this: a Florida used car dealer recently took a horse in on trade for a family-sized van. While a lot of dealerships claim they’ll take “anything” in...Read More»

2011 Hyundai Elantra
Not The Betting Type? Hyundai Guarantees Its Trade-In Value

Hyundai has in just a few years built itself into one of the strongest brands in the market. But to some shoppers who've been buying Toyotas or Hondas for a generation—and counted on their excellent resale value—choosing a Hyundai, even if they like it more, could still feel like a leap...Read More»

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