If someone receives a car as a gift or wins one in a contest, that vehicle will often be adorned with a giant bow. It is an impressive sight to behold, but it begs the question, “What do you do with that giant bow after you take it off the car?”
The end of December is a busy shopping time for a lot of consumers, but most people probably don’t have “a new car” on their lists. Maybe they should. It turns out that the Most Wonderful Time of the Year is also a great time for a car purchase.
We take the Kelley Blue Book 2016 Best Resale Value award winner list and slice and dice it to come up with the best vehicles for consumers with poor credit.
With “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” due to open on December 18th, “Star Wars” is literally everywhere right now. Even auto makers are clamoring to get in on the action.
Toyota fans may notice that the Prius looks a little different for 2016. For the redesign, chief designer, Shunsaku Kodama, mixed human elements with “techie” features and was inspired by Lady Gaga.
Here’s your situation: You live in an area where harsh winters are the norm. You deal with snow, ice and freezing temperatures for several months out of the year, and you want a car that will perform well in these conditions.