Buying a Car
A car is a big investment, and you need to consider everything -- cost, style, safety features -- before purchasing your new family vehicle. Take our advice before you shop the car lot.
With high-tech performance, safety, and convenience features available at all price levels, it's easier than ever to choose a model that's built for your family's needs.
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Edmunds.com expert Phil Reede recommends asking these five "deal-tester" questions before agreeing to a purchase price for your new ride.
What to look for, from safety features to extras that make a difference.
Negotiating a price for a new car can be super-stressful. But by doing your homework, you'll avoid being taken by the dealer.
Get advice on the best ways to prepare for car negotiations, whether you're buying used or new.
Use this Q&A to find out which car is right for your family.
What to look for -- and what to avoid -- when choosing a car.
Take a safety-essentials checklist when you go car shopping.
A car is typically a family's second biggest investment, after mortgage or rent. And if you're a two-vehicle household, the outlay is twice as substantial. Here's some expert advice to help you get the most for your money.
A new test better reflects real-world gas mileage for cars this year. The result? Lower ratings across the board.
Cruise the showroom like an expert with our handy guide to auto acronyms.
For many, the highest priority in purchasing a vehicle is safety. We tell you which features will help your family stay safe on the road.