The December holiday season normally is a good time to buy as dealers clear out old models and sales people feel pressure to meet year-end targets.
Buying a new car? You might want to wait until Dec. 15.
With fuel prices at near record levels, consumers are driving less and contemplating a move to smaller, more fuel-efficient vehicles, according to recent survey by Consumer Reports.
The study was conducted among 1,000 female motorists and finds that more than half believe they are more likely to be ripped off by dealers because they’re women.
Southfield-based Polk and New York City-based Ad Summos Tuesday announced an agreement giving Ad Summos access to Polk’s automotive information, helping the company provide insight into whether consumers that have seen an ad online actually end […]
Study shows 58 percent of used vehicle buyers and half of new vehicle buyers said their Internet research was the most influential element in their vehicle search, and ultimately led them to the dealership where they made their vehicle purchase