SUVs are like multi-sport athletes. They can handle almost anything life throws at them. Whether it be a massive Costco run, a big snowfall, or a mud-tracking dog, SUVs can take it. Here, we have part two of our list of the best midsize SUVs of 2018. Keep reading to find one that matches your lifestyle.
One of the largest costs associated to vehicle ownership is the cost of depreciation. As soon as you drive a car off the dealer lot, it begins to lose its value. However, not all cars depreciate at the same rate – some keep their worth for much longer. Keep reading to discover which are the 7 cars with the best resale value!
Only months after Julie Friesen won $25,000 in our January Go Auto contest, Edmonton’s Kayla Pilling is taking home $25,000 of her own thanks to our Upgrade Your Ride giveaway. The contest, which ran from April 4th to May 13th, awarded Kayla with enough money to upgrade her vehicle–a 2017 Chevrolet Traverse–to a brand new 2018 (hence, “Upgrade Your Ride”). However, she’ll take her winnings in cash, and will be able to do anything she wants with it.
For a lot of us, it’s hard to find a car that can accommodate our short heights. You know, a car whose dashboard we can see over, whose pedals we can reach, and whose seat can be raised way up. Fortunately, we put together a list of the best cars for short people to help you find one that fits. Keep reading to find the option that works best for you!
Dashboard warnings aren’t always easy to understand. Nowadays, there’s much more than just the check engine light to worry about. Dashboard warnings are important to know, as they can anticipate breakdowns, and save you from potentially expensive maintenance bills. Scroll through this list of nine symbols and warnings to find the dashboard warnings that are troubling you.