Do You Really Need to Change Your Oil Every 3,000 Miles?The main advocates of the 3,000-mile oil change schedule are those who would profit by it like repair facilities.
What's Included In A Tuneup?About the only things left from the traditional tuneup are new spark plugs, which is typically done every 100,000 miles.
What Does The Check-Engine Light Mean?That is a signal that the onboard diagnostics system (or OBD II) has detected a malfunction.
How To Properly Check & Fill TiresWhile it may seem like a mundane task, inflating tires is much more crucial to your car than you may think.
The 2015 American-Made Car IndexCars with at least 75 percent domestic content are becoming an endangered species, and for the first time in the American-Made Index's nine-year history, the list has fewer than 10 cars.
What Is the Most Affordable Three-Row Crossover for 2015?Whether you need a car to take your kids to Little League practice or you just like to travel with friends, three-row crossovers are at the top when shopping for a new car.
Top 10 Best Compact SUVs For TowingCompact SUVs are flying out of dealer showrooms. And unlike their truck-based predecessors, they're not too big or unwieldy.
What Is the Most Affordable Midsize Sedan For 2015?Many car shoppers focus on price. Perhaps no other factor is so concrete in a shopper's consideration.
Cars.com Names 2015 Best BetsAs we do every year, Cars.com's editors have chosen the cars, SUVs and trucks that they would recommend for purchase.
What's the Best Midsize Sedan for $27,000?The competitors have more to offer than ever before, with advances in technology, features and mileage making them more desirable.
The 10 Most Annoying Car FeaturesWhile testing vehicles, reviewers at Cars.com sometimes develop deep-seated animosity toward certain features.
Check Out Cars.com’s Award Winning VehiclesEvery year, automakers roll out about 70 brand-new or redesigned cars. Cars.com then spends hundreds of hours reviewing them.