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2007 is the year of used cars

In part due to the American people adjusting to the higher gas prices and in part due to the state of our economy and the slowly swelling job market; the auto industry will be driven by it’s consumers in 2007. New car sales have been at steady highs for the past few years, and after every high sales wave there must follow a trough of market saturation.

The driving force

One of the main driving forces behind the automobile industry is quite simply the price of oil. The hike in the price of gas changes the way consumers view their transportation. Unnecessary consumption is eliminated, and people are leaning towards more compact cars with smaller engines when they purchase. That said, most of the automobile purchases made in 2007 will be used cars, not new ones. Read more

Used cars to avoid like they are on fire

There is plenty of information about cars that keep their overall value well. However where there is a high there is also a low, with so many makes and models out there it’s hard to know which ones are nothing but trouble. While it is safe to say that every year cars become more and more reliable, there will always be some that just don’t cut the mustard. Here we discuss several vehicles that should not be bought new or used at any cost.

The Heartbeat of America

Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
It seems the Chevrolet brand has quite a few on the worst of lists, if they are the heartbeat of America perhaps America should be concerned with the health of her heart. Chevrolet Blazer Read more

Tips to help anyone sell a car

It is not easy to sell a car and anyone who has attempted it can agree. There are many factors to take into consideration and it is not something to be entered into lightly. Here we have compiled some tips which will take a little of the sting out of trying to sell a car, and maybe even help you get top dollar.

Step 1: Background research

First and foremost it is important to do your homework, you need to know your market and you need to know your product. Consider who would be interested in buying your car or truck and advertise targeting that specific market. Research your local classifieds and consult the Kelly Blue Book for the average pricing of your same make and model. Knowledge is power and the more you know about your specific vehicle the easier it will be for you to sell it. Read more