Guess that Toyota recall will continue to hurt for a while Toyota is a brand that has been synonymous with quality over the years. While they remain a high-quality automaker, the recent Toyota recall (including the little Prius braking problem) have but a bit of a damper on their financial outlook. Not only will it Read on! →


Coming around again Electric cars are really nothing new – interest in the electric car has come and gone many times over the past century. Electric cars have been tried by car manufacturers and other innovators since the invention of the battery. As concerns about fossil fuel supplies and environmental issues become more widespread, interest Read on! →


When you purchase a car from a dealership, you’re more than likely financing that vehicle. For new vehicles it’s almost a given, but used car finance is not out of the ordinary. In fact, if it’s a relatively new used car, the sticker price won’t be all that much lower than it was when it Read on! →


Ford just announced, via Facebook, an interesting promotion of its Fusion line, called the “Fusion 41”. The race sounds really fun, and the winner gets to have his/her Fusion’s car loan completely paid off. Oh, and did I mention that the winning team gets free gas for a whole year? Ford, you wily serpent. Not Read on! →


If you’ve ever shopped for a used car at a dealership, you’ve probably seen a document hanging either on the rear view mirror or a side mirror, or affixed to a window. This document, called a Buyer’s Guide, is intended to inform you of what kind of warranty will apply to your vehicle upon purchase. Read on! →


People hold many preconceived notions regarding the process of buying a new car from a dealership. The overriding concern is that it is extremely painful. Picking the make, model, color and options sound like fun, but the financial nuts and bolts of the operation are supposedly scary. Salesmen, managers and lenders are waiting to take Read on! →