Taking Teens Shopping for Automobiles: Car Buying Blog for Parents

3 Things To Talk To Your Used Car Dealership About

If you need to get a new car, then you have a few options: you can buy a brand-new car from a dealership, a used car from a used car dealership, or a used car from a private owner. How much money you have and what you're looking for will help you make the best possible decision for you. If you decide to go with a used car dealership, then this article is definitely for you.   Read More...

5 Benefits Of Buying A Sedan Vs. An SUV

If you are in the process of choosing a vehicle to purchase, you might be thinking about buying an SUV. Even though sports utility vehicles do offer more cargo and passenger space in many cases, you might be surprised by just how roomy your average sedan can be. These are a few reasons to consider buying a Subaru WRX instead of a sports utility vehicle. 1. They're Often More Affordable   Read More...

3 Signs It's Time To Buy A Luxury Car

In the past, you might have always went to the used car dealership when you needed a car, or you might have just purchased an affordable, lower-end vehicle from a new car dealership. You may have never really thought about buying a luxury car, but for some people, this can be a good purchase. These are a few signs that it might be time to purchase a luxury car for yourself.   Read More...

3 Questions You Should Always Ask When At A Dealership

Everyone knows that person who is able to go to a dealership and walk out with the best deal on the lot. You, on the other hand, may feel like you can never get the salesman to budge on price and always feel like you are overpaying. There are tactics that you can use to help you get the better deal by simply asking the right questions. Here are some of the questions you should be asking before you finalize on the price of your car:   Read More...

Four Different Types Of Drive Systems Your Jeep Can Have

A jeep is considered an off-road vehicle, although many people use them for commuting purposes. Due to the off-road design of a jeep, it comes with off-road driving features. A jeep can be equipped with all-wheel drive, full-time 4X4 wheel drive, part-time 4-wheel drive, or on-demand 4-wheel drive system. All-Wheel-Drive All-wheel drive is very similar to four-wheel drive. With an all-wheel-drive vehicle, your vehicle is using all four of its wheels when you are driving on the road.   Read More...