As a professional car shopper, I spend hours upon hours every day on various listing sites searching for cars. Sometimes I stumble across some really weird listings. Apparently, there are some brand new cars that have been sitting around for awhile.
Holy crap, a 2012 Ferrari FF for only $7500! That’s a steal. It’s got the 7-speed ‘box, and, of course, the FF is a V12. That’s like $625 per cylinder! This is a bargain! Hm. Tires look a little low, though. Let’s get a better look.
That’s no ordinary “Used 2010 Lotus Elise.” Read further down the page, and you’ll see that this is the fastest production car in the world—at least until the Venom F5 comes out. This ultra-rare, hyper-fast Hennessey Venom GT is for sale at a dealer across from a Sheetz near Pittsburgh for a cool $1.25 million.
Last week, Tavarish explained how inexpensive sports cars may sound like a good idea at the time, only to realize later you probably should have bought something that won’t drain your wallet and your sanity. An owner of an E36 M3 wants to trade it for what may be the most disdained car in the Jalopnik comments. A…
One of our readers, Stephen Abraham, was looking for Toyotas on Autotrader, when he spotted something fascinating. Which, as you know, is not easy to do when looking for used late-model Toyotas. It was a new Camry that was selling for Veyron money — about $2.5 million dollars. That sounds like a lone mistake, until…
If you want to drive a luxury car, you have three options: buy new, lease, or buy used. Tavarish says the smart money buys used and buys on Craigslist for cheap, but if you want a little more peace of mind, certified pre-owned is the way to go. Autotrader ranked their top ten CPO programs, you might be surprised…
Smart car shoppers know trading in your old car to a dealer is never the best way to go. To make the most off of your hunk of junk, you've got to do it yourself. With a slew of different online classified and car listing services out there, selling cheap cars online has never been easier or more convenient.
When you are searching for your next car where do you go to find it? Chances are you start with a 3rd party site like Cars.com or Autotrader. Most consumers don't have time to visit every dealership's webpage; therefore, if a dealer doesn't list their inventory on one of these sites they risk losing sales.
Sometimes you want something practical, sometimes you want something luxurious, and sometimes you want something that will devour apexes and scream down the straights at your local racing circuit . Opponaut LiquidBurns, has found the top 5 cars you can buy right now that will get you that checkered flag.
Say you are shopping for a new or pre-owned car. Or just wasting time on the internet "hypothetically" shopping for a new or pre-owned car. Cars.com has just launched a new "favorites" feature that lets you save and compare unlimited listings on all your devices.
Available from 2006-2009, the Subaru Legacy 2.5GT spec.B flew in rare air right from the start. Only 500 of the super sleeper were brought to the U.S. in it's first year, 432 in 2007 and so few between 2008-2009 that the internet doesn't even know how many!
I've made my list, checked it more times than I'd care to admit and now I'm ready to share. When I was in the market for a vehicle earlier this year I very nearly pulled the trigger on one of these fine examples you'll find below. It was to the point where I was ready to call up my grandparents in northern Louisiana…
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There's never been an appreciable audience for online video reviews of appliance cars. That hasn't stopped AutoTrader from making dozens of drowsy vids spiked with enough hot actresses and models to fill a Hummer limo. Because when the cars are boring, people will still check out the pretty faces, right? Right? Here's…
Writers often have to take outside jobs while they hone their skills, but a New York used car salesman has managed to combine his work and hobby into the most literary sales pitches since Kurt Vonnegut owned a Saab dealership.