In the market for a quality used car? Here are things to consider to help you develop a used car buying budget.
Even if you’re working from home, avoiding the grocery store, or sheltering in place, it’s still recommended that you drive your used car at least once every 2 weeks.
As the world navigates through this time of uncertainty, we understand and share your concerns regarding the COVID-19 / Coronavirus. We’re all in this together and we stand by our promise to treat you like family.
Knowing how to care for your used car is more than just knowing how to change the oil or when to rotate your tires (though these are important things to know!). Read on for more ways to maximize the life of your used car.
It’s important to separate fact from fiction when it comes to fuel economy so that you can help ease the pain at the pump.
That pesky orange, engine-shaped light is your car’s way of telling you that something’s wrong. And while it may be annoying, it shouldn’t be ignored.
We take great pride in our financing programs that can help with all types of credit situations, including our Buy Here, Pay Here program.
We’ve outlined a few quick tips to help you be a smarter used car buyer and get you on the road in no time!
Why do quality used car buyers choose The Auto Connection? Let us count the ways, including a no-hassle and no-judgment used car buying experience, regardless of your credit history, a huge selection of quality vehicles, and so much more.
If oil isn’t changed as often as needed, it can break down over time and can’t properly do its job. So, how often should you be changing your oil in your quality used car?
If you’re looking for value and a smart long-term investment, used cars beat out new cars hands down. And to further minimize your costs and maximize your investment, it may be worth handling some of the easier jobs yourself.
There are lots of ways to get from one place to another, including buying a quality used car from The Auto Connection—we’ll even pick you up if you need a ride. But for a cat in England, he hitched a ride in peculiar way: under the hood of a car.
There’s nothing like a traffic jam to ruin your day. Luckily for the folks of Miami Beach, this traffic jam was made of sand. And lucky for you, we have a wide selection of quality used vehicles you can drive today for just $1 down!*
If you need four wheels for you and your four-legged friend, look no further than the wide selection of quality used vehicles at The Auto Connection
Used cars aren’t just a great deal, they’re also Hollywood-bound.
At The Auto Connection, we believe everyone deserves a quality used car, regardless of their credit history. Think you’re the only one with bad credit? We’ve got 35,000 customers who disagree. We’ve been putting people in the driver’s seat for over 20 years.
Looking to change the spark plugs on your quality used car? You can give us a call and our expert technicians can do it for you. Or if you’re more the hands-on type, check out this article compliments of AutoBlog.
Online shopping has revolutionized how we find the products that are best for us. From Amazon to Wayfair, browsing the wide web saves us time and money. But not everything is best bought online. Here are 3 pitfalls of shopping for a used car online.
At The Auto Connection, we love used cars. When we heard that a man was reunited with his car at a Reno car show 40 years after he’d traded it, it brought a big smile to our faces and we had to share.
We’ve rounded up the top 5 used car hacks you have to see to believe.
Are you wondering, “Should I buy a new car or a quality used car?” Then we have the answer for you.
This young man in Indiana felt compelled to be the best friend to his town’s turtles after rescuing several babies.
The change in weather can also be tough on your car. Are you ready? Here are 3 tips for preparing your quality used car for fall.
A teenager can be tricky to buy a car for. You want great safety features, but you don’t want to spend an arm and a leg on a brand-new car, especially since they’re still relatively new to driving.
Toyota is always looking forward and has create a robot to help us do the boring tasks we’d rather not bother with.
Sometimes it may seem like you can fix an issue yourself, but it may not always be a good idea. Here are three questions to ask yourself to know when you shouldn’t do DIY car repairs.
When’s the last time you did a check-up on your driving habits? Improving your driving is not only great for safety, it can also help you save money in the process. Check out these five ways to enhance your driving habits.
Olivia needed a quality used car to get her and her daughter around town. She knew just where to go: The Auto Connection.
Buying a quality used car can be daunting, and a million questions rush through your head. We’re here to help answer them.
Today we catch up with Shaiesha and Anita, people just like you who we’ve put in the driver’s seat regardless of their credit history. Let’s take a look at their stories.