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A Lift That Works

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If you like to work on cars you probably hate crawling around underneath one, trying to get at things you can't easily reach - or even see. This gets old after...

Reader Question: Extend the Nav’s Certification?

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Here's the latest reader question, along with my reply! Bryan asks: I enjoy your site and currently have a 2016 Navigator L with 108,000. I have it certified to 2027 and 140,000....

We’re Almost There Already Anyhow

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You have probably heard the mantra of the World Economic Forum (it sounds as if we're all part of it, doesn't it?) about how in the near future, you will own...

Glub Glub Glub

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Buying a car that has been under water - literally, not in the sense that its previous owner had it repo'd because he owed more in remaining monthly payments than the...

It’s not “Four Wheel Drive” . . . Even Though it Also is

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Definitions matter because without precise meaning it is difficult to know what you're talking about, exactly. Or even what's being talked about, at all. It is why talking about "vaccines" that...

Fixed Price Car Buying?

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Buying a car is kind of like buying a house in that what the seller is asking isn't necessarily what you'll be paying. There is usually a negotiation before the sale...

Options

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The nice thing about buffets is you get to pick what you want and how much of it. Buying a car was once a lot like that. The car, itself, was just...

Sticker Shock

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One of the things that shies many people away from buying a new car is the serial taxes and fees applied to the purchase of a new car. These can amount...

At the Crossroads . . .

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Nostalgia is more than just fondly remembering what was. It is a kind of lamenting what is. Sometimes, it can be both at once, as when what was and what is cross...

They’re Still Doing It . . .

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It's not enough, apparently, to sell you just the car. There is also the hard sell, once you've bought the car. The trying to get you to buy what you don't...
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