In the market for a quality used car? Here are things to consider to help you develop a used car buying budget.
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.
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.
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.
Used cars aren’t just a great deal, they’re also Hollywood-bound.
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.
This young man in Indiana felt compelled to be the best friend to his town’s turtles after rescuing several babies.
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.
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.