Here’s some fun news: for those of you complaining that too many cars are boring shades of gray, beige, black and white, you could be onto something. It appears that cars with flashy, brazen colors depreciate more slowly than cars with drab ones, a new study finds.
In case you didn’t catch the mood from the headline, the news wasn’t good.
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These cars too expensive for you today? Just wait.
Today’s cars are the most capable and technically accomplished in history. What are they gonna look like in two decades?
As a general rule, new cars are expensive, especially the performance models that car lovers lust after. Even if you can't afford to purchase the car you lust after when it's brand new, as long as it's not something super rare or exotic, chances are eventually you might get a chance at owning your dream car for a…
From our not-friends over at the gross soda/chocolate milk news site comes a story that frankly, shocked me as a Detroiter. Houses are going to auction at unheard of rates so low that it's
cheaper(d'oh) more costly to buy a used car. Probably a better investment too considering the taxes are lower on a rusting heap…
We suppose that we've never considered resale value, as we tend to drive cars until they're very broken and then ditch them. But for people who trade them in, depreciation is a huge factor. The Forbesies, in conjunction with the heads at kbb.com put together a list of cars that take deeper hits than Tommy Chong.…