New cars lose their value notoriously quickly, depreciating as soon as you drive off the lot. That’s why used models often get a second life. [Read more…] about 9 Best Cars to Buy Used
Two decades after Volvo introduced its ubiquitous station wagon to suburban driveways across the country, the Swedish automaker has launched a version that manages to be both more rugged and more upscale. Perhaps not unsurprisingly, it is meant for Volvo’s most affluent customers: typically managers and executives between 35 and 60 years old with a penchant for outdoor hobbies. [Read more…] about Volvo Targets Its Wealthiest Customers With The New V90 Cross Country Station Wagon
Honda manufactured cars and trucks – and before that, motorcycles and engines – for nearly 25 years before it decided to launch a luxury brand to compete in the U.S. with Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Audi. [Read more…] about Honda vs. Acura: Worth the Upgrade?
In the late 1990s, Volvo’s low-slung V70 Cross Country station wagon was ubiquitous in suburban driveways across the country. This year, the Swedish automaker released its revived wagon, the 2017 V90 Cross Country, but raised its seats, enlarged its wheels, and added a fresh dose of Scandinavian glamour. [Read more…] about What the experts say about the 2017 Volvo V90 Cross Country
Each week, Boston.com profiles several cars that consumers can find for below a certain price point in an effort to help you find your dream car faster. The cars listed include new and used models and any financial incentives currently available. Prices posted here are either starting MSRPs for newer vehicles or based on Kelley Blue Book’s Fair Purchase Price for used vehicles. [Read more…] about 6 new and used cars you can get for under $20,000
If you want to reduce your carbon footprint without giving up road trips, the Chevrolet Volt may have you covered. Redesigned last year, General Motors’ plug-in electric hybrid sedan has come far since its 2011 launch: The Volt can now travel 53 miles on battery power alone before its gasoline engine takes over, compared with the first model’s 35-mile range. Though the Volt is more expensive than Toyota’s competing hybrid plug-in, the Prius Prime travels only 25 miles using electricity before drawing from its gas tank. [Read more…] about What the experts say about the 2017 Chevrolet Volt