Cars.com: A Better Way To Buy

Looking for a new family car, but not sure which one is the best fit for you? There are so many things to consider when purchasing a vehicle, including:
  • gas mileage
  • safety ratings
  • car seat space
  • features
  • long term investment
  • budget
  • size
  • maintenance
cars.com You can visit multiple dealerships or surf the web for hours during your search. Instead, consider using the resources at Cars.com to help you narrow down your choices and make the process easier. This is a sponsored post on behalf of Cars.com, but all opinions are my own. Cars.com

Resources Available on Cars.com

Lessons for First Time Buyers
To help first-time car owners avoid the classic mistakes, we asked our editors to think back to their first cars and share their hard-earned wisdom.
Multicar Comparison
Which Compact Sedan Has the Most Safety Features? What do you get for $23,000? and other quick compare features.
American Made Index
The new 2017 American-Made Index is more comprehensive than ever, so customers are more knowledgeable about what makes an American made car when it comes to their purchase. Or anything else interesting you might come across.
Car Seat Safety Checks 
Cars.com graded many popular models during the Car Seat Check. Their certified child passenger safety technicians conduct hands-on tests of a car’s Latch system and check the vehicle’s ability to accommodate different types of car seats. Find out exactly how many car seats will safely fit in a vehicle before making your decision. Lugging your own car seats for a test drive can be trying, why not use their research instead?
Reviews
Their Editorial team tests, reviews and photographs more than 200 cars every year, creating independent and unbiased coverage of the automotive landscape, focusing on consumer advice, trends and analysis. Cars.com even offers Car Seat Safety Checks for vehicles of all different makes and models.

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