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.
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.
Bertha has been following me around from website to website, flanked by used Mercedes sedans, for a few days. It's sort of embarrassing to have a woman with giant breasts on your laptop when you're in public, but because of a quirk in my job and how Cars.com displays ads, I can't seem to escape her.
How much is Cars.com, the place people go when they're not sure what they want, really worth? About three times what Facebook paid for Instagram. The newspaper consortium that owns the site is putting it up for sale, and they hope to make as much as $3 billion from unloading it.
Despite our high hopes, we won't get to see Cars.com's Kicking Tires blog editor Dave Thomas fighting Glondor in a stone circle death match. No, instead, we're treated to an ad officially named "Lifetime of Confidence." The commercial follows the curious tale of David Abernathy, an exceptionally bright young lad who…
While we don't think Mark Cuban will ever own the Cubs, we have it on good authority that PickupTrucks.com has been purchased by Cars.com in a deal that makes absolutely perfect sense. There's no doubt that there are few better sources of Truck-related news on the web than PickupTrucks.com, and there are also few…