The experts here at Car and Driver have been evaluating and testing hundreds of new cars every year since 1956. From performance metrics such as acceleration times and cornering grip to consumer-oriented insights such as real-world highway mpg and carry-on suitcase capacity, we test it all. With more than a half-century of collected data, and a staff of highly educated car enthusiasts, we don't claim to be the best source of shopping advice. We are the best. Our experts provide detailed car-buying guidance by driving every car that enters the market and analyzing our own test results as well as automaker specifications. Whether you're looking for new or used cars, lease deals or tire specials, our Buyer's Guide has it all.
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J.D. Power surveys reveal these 10 cars have the fewest reported problems within the first 90 days of ownership.
J.D. Power surveys and dependability ratings reveal these cars have the fewest reported problems in the first three years of ownership.
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Select the right vehicle, decide between leasing or buying, and prepare to negotiate with the dealer using this handy guide.
By identifying the pros and cons, this guide answers the important questions you need to ask before buying a pre-owned automobile.
We suss out the key differences between automakers' Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle warranties for you.
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We examine the pricing pyramid, configuration combinations, tow and payload ratings, and powertrain options.
Here's what they are, and why they are getting harder to tell apart.
We break down the reasons you might want one over the other.
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Coronavirus has brought the economy to its knees, and to encourage car buying, automakers are making buying a car very, very enticing.
NHTSA is looking into complaints that the automated emergency braking system triggers unnecessarily.