No matter what you kind of car you want, the one that ends up in your driveway depends on how much you can afford. You haggled, you figured out what your trade is worth, and now it’s time to sign on the dotted line.
Remember, back when gas prices were around $5 a gallon and people, myself included, couldn’t get out of their gas-guzzling SUVs fast enough?
When it comes to full-size sedans, most entry-level models look a lot similar with their rounded, sporty styling and cabins focused more on gadgets than style. This 2015 Chrysler 300S bucks this trend with its bold, strong appearance and elegant-cabin design.
Phil's mechanic noticed that his tire sensor was cracked, but Phil decided not to repair it since it was still working fine. Two days later it was broken. Is his mechanic responsible, or is it true that "the stingy man pays the most?"