Archive for the 'Budget-friendly' Category

The 2013 Nissan Sentra has been revealed, and the new model seems ready to compete where the outgoing one couldn’t. The new Sentra will get 40-mpg highway in the gas-sipping-special FE+ model and 39-mpg highway in other models. The 2013 Sentra’s fuel economy comes thanks to a new 1.8-liter engine with 130-hp and an upgraded […]

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Consumer Reports has released its list of the best values in new cars for 2012. The Honda Fit has topped the list again this year, thanks to its reliability more than its initial price, since Consumer Reports tries to predict the actual cost to own a car rather than just the retail price. The 2012 […]

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With gas prices cresting $4 per gallon, small cars with gas mileage ratings over 35-mpg sold well in April. Small cars like the 2011 Chevy Cruze, 2011 Hyundai Elantra and 2011 Ford Focus, which all get very high gas mileage, lead the way in a month where sales rose 18 percent compared to last April. […]

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During February, Scion is offering lease incentives with low down payments and low monthly payments. The Scion lease incentives allow buyers without lots of cash on hand to get into a new Scion. The 2011 Scion xD (shown here) is available during February with a $179 per month lease incentive on a 36-month lease with […]

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The 2011 Ford Fiesta will get 40 mpg on the highway and 29 mpg in the city. The brand new Fiesta was officially tested by the Environmental Protection Agency recently and received a 40 mpg rating with an automatic transmission. Fiestas equipped with the five-speed manual transmission will get 23 mpg city and 37 mpg […]

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Buick has announced that it will be adding a compact car and a small crossover to its lineup. The company will also stop the use of trim levels and instead will only use option packages. The loss of trim levels mimics what other luxury brands, like BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Audi have done, according to the […]

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Eager to rejuvenate slowing sales, Scion is planning to add a tC convertible to the lineup. The Scion tC was a really cool car when it launched in 2004. Unfortunately, Scion rested on its laurels. While the xB got a complete redesign and the xA was replaced by the xD, the tC remained unchanged. Scion […]

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Saab has announced the pricing for its new generation of the mid-size luxury 9-5. The new 9-5 will be available in July as a 2010 model and at first will only be available in the upscale Aero trim. The 2010 Saab 9-5 Aero price will be $49,990, according to Autoblog. The 2010 Saab 9-5 is […]

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Chrysler and Fiat plan to build a four-door wagon version of the tiny Fiat 500. The Fiat 500 two-door hatchback will go on sale in America in 2010.  The stylish subcompact has been popular in Europe. Rumors of the larger four-door 500 coming to America have circulated, but have not been confirmed by Fiat until […]

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Investments in the stock market and real estate have tanked over the past few years, so if you’re looking for a more stable way to invest your money, you might want to try cars. The problem is that most people don’t have the money for an original Shelby or a numbers matching Roadrunner. So how […]

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