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Best Used Luxury Cars

Buying a used luxury car is a smart idea if you want more amenities and better quality for less cash. But getting the car you want is not without its challenges. How do you know if you’re getting the best car for your money? The experts at have compiled a list of the best …
2019 Honda CR-V

The Best Three-Year-Old Used Cars Under $30,000

Buying a used car can be easier on your wallet and is an overall smart move. Often times, consumers can find low-mileage, reliable vehicles without the hefty MSRP price tag. For those of you considering a new-to-you, used car in the near future, keep reading. We set out to find the best three-year-old used cars …
2019 Toyota Land Cruiser

The Most Reliable SUVs Nobody Seems to Be Driving

With how long some owners keep their SUVs on the road, reliability is no doubt a key shopping consideration. Enough quality issues and even brand loyalists will jump ship. And even with today’s six-figure-plus luxury brands, problems still occur. But despite these headaches, some owners keep coming back for more. This makes the list of …
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What It’s Like to Own a Million-Mile Lexus

As we previously reported, Toyota, which includes Lexus, ranks second in the list of cars that people want to hold onto forever. Lexus and Toyota account for 9 of the cars in the list of twenty most reliable cars of the decade. Though overall statistics of reliability are significant but what does it feel like …
2016 Honda CR-Z

5 Used Hybrids That Are Super Affordable

Remember, a few years back, when a lot of hybrids hit the market? The prospect of combining a gas engine with an electric motor was a good idea, but the launches of some of those cars didn’t fare as well as they should. Prices were quite high, and people wanted the best bang they could get …

The Lexus LX 570 Is Not Worth $95,000

Looking for a large, luxurious off-road SUV. On paper, this description fits the 2019 Lexus LX 570 well enough. But, at over $90,000, does Lexus’s flagship SUV offer enough to justify its price? Doug DeMuro doesn’t think so, as he explains in the video below. From its inception in 1996 as the LX 450, this SUV …