As cars and trucks age, they are prone to mechanical and electrical failures. Maintenance costs rise. Learn the sweet spot.
Absence of grunge and low maintenance costs argue for a new car or truck. A preowned car is less expensive and the depreciation is already taken.
What matters more than the number of miles is how those miles got on the car.
Low mileage isn’t always a good thing. Here’s a look at some of the problems to watch out for.
Here are five things to think about when buying a used car, both before you hit the used car lot and once you’re there.