The Kia Optima has recently become the first Kia to receive a Top Safety Pick Plus (TSP+) rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The Optima must be equipped with optional front crash prevention to claim this status, and the rating reflects top scores in each of five crashworthiness tests.
Recently, Autotrader named the Kia Sedona as the “Must Test Drive” Vehicle for 2016. And if you are in the market for a minivan, the Sedona is certainly an excellent option to consider.
We comb through Vincentric’s latest Best Value Awards list to come up with the best new cars for consumers with less than perfect credit.
With its distinctive look and cutting-edge technology, the Toyota Prius has long set the the standard for hybrid vehicles. But what if you want to buy a hybrid car that isn’t immediately recognizable as a hybrid car? Enter the Hyundai Ioniq.
Why does it matter if the body of a car is lighter? Many customers are demanding vehicles that weigh less for one main reason: fuel economy.
We slice and dice the list of “2016 Best Cars for Families” from U.S. News and come up with a handful that should be affordable even for those with less than perfect credit.
It’s an election year. So, If you are in the market to buy a car this year, which American vehicle brand will you be voting for with your hard-earned dollars.