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If you're looking for guaranteed savings, upfront and transparent pricing, and J.D. Power's highest-ranked third-party automotive website, look no further than TRUECar. Their easy-to-use website will help you find the car you want, not just at a discount but also at a fair price compared with what other people in your area have paid for similar vehicles. TRUECar is the preferred partner of many household brands, such as Allstate, American Express, and Geico. TRUEcar is our top choice among websites for buying new cars.

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Cars allows you to find the new car you want at dealerships near you. Unlike most of their competitors, Cars does not require you to enter your contact information to see pricing, which is great if you're hoping to do your research without being contacted by eager salespeople. They also offer good resources for researching your new car purchase.

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Primarily a site for researching all things cars, Automotive has a wealth of information to help you with your new car purchase. Although you'll have to wait for your local dealer to contact you in order to find out what your new car might cost, you do get to select which dealers you'd consider giving your business. Automotive is a good choice for researching and locating your new vehicle.

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Although the Autotrader site is not as visually appealing as some of their competitors' sites, car shoppers can easily find current prices at local dealerships without having to enter any contact information. There are also a number of tools to help you with your research as you decide which new vehicle you'd like to purchase, and an "A+" rating with the Better Business Bureau means that Autotrader is a trustworthy resource.

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Web2Carz has the look and feel of an online automotive magazine - that happens to be a resource for buying new cars as well. We love their solid reputation with the Better Business Bureau and all of the extremely up-to-date information on all of the latest trends in the auto industry. But, their referral process for connecting with dealers to find the new car you want may not put as much power in your hands as you might like.

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As one of the most trusted names in the automotive industry, Edmunds is an obvious choice for helping you get the information and pricing you need to buy your new car. From their Price Promise feature that gets you savings to the True Cost to Own calculator that makes you aware of what you might spend on your vehicle in the future, the Edmunds site is a terrific resource. However, at the time of our review, the main functionality of the site - looking up prices at local dealers - wasn't working properly.

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CarsDirect has a number of useful tools to help you find your new car, particularly a comparison feature that allows you to look at two different vehicles and see at a glance how they stack up in terms of features, safety, and value. You won't be able to see local dealer pricing until you provide your information and receive a call or email from the dealer that CarsDirect chooses for you. But, CarsDirect has several endorsements from well-known names like Time and Forbes, and many customers say that the information the site provided helped them get a good deal at their local dealership.

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New Cars

Who doesn't love the experience of getting a new car There's something exciting about sitting behind the wheel of your brand-new vehicle, testing out all the latest features and picturing all of the road trips and even short drives across town, while breathing in that classic new-car smell.

Why buy new There are many reasons car-buyers opt for a new vehicle rather than buying a used model - or, as they call it now, a "pre-owned" car. One of the biggest reasons is the warranty: typically 3 years or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first. With a pre-owned vehicle, you'll only get what's left on the original warranty, or maybe a 30-day policy from the dealer itself.

Of course, you could always spend a sizeable amount on an extra warranty to cover the vehicle. But besides the warranty, new cars also tend to have special offers: factory rebates, dealer incentives, even "Black Friday" pricing around the holidays! You may decide that you want to take advantage of a great deal that finally puts the car you've always wanted within the reach of your budget.

Buying a new car lets you get the features that matter to you. Maybe you've moved from Florida to Maine and you're thinking that all-wheel drive could be a lifesaver when the roads are covered with snow. Or, you'd love to have a car with included Wi-fi so that the kids can stream their favorite videos during the daily carpool to school. No matter what bells and whistles you want, buying your car new is the only way to make sure you get them!

Most websites for buying new cars are relatively similar: enter the type of car you're looking for, along with your ZIP code, and get quotes from dealers in your area that may have your vehicle in stock. So, what factors should you consider to choose the best new cars website Consider these three criteria:

  • Price. Does the site offer you a way to get the best possible price for your car, either through a discount or through a relationship with a network of trusted dealers Or does it just tell you where to find the car you want while leaving the haggling up to you
  • Information. Will the new car site help you to make your purchase decision Will you be better-informed with respect to the costs of owning the vehicle you choose Do they offer other details on current trends in the automotive marketplace
  • Extra Services. Can the site connect you with resources for getting auto insurance, an auto loan, or other relevant products and services has reviewed and ranked the best New Car websites available today. We hope these reviews get you on the road to finding your next vehicle at a terrific price!

New Cars In The News

Apple has new self-driving car hardware covered with iPod-style white plastic

An updated version of Apple's self-driving car was spotted in Silicon Valley. It's sporting a new set of white plastic-covered sensors on top of the car's roof rack. Apple's self-driving cars will reportedly be used for an internal company shuttle to bring ...

Published:  Wed, 18 Oct 2017 17:08:00 GMT

Toyota's success on NASCAR tracks translates into new car sales

When Toyota steered into NASCAR national-series racing in 2004 by dipping its toes into the Camping World Truck Series, racing fans didn't surge forward to offer an enthusiastic welcome. In fact, many were appalled that a car manufacturer based outside ...

Published:  Wed, 18 Oct 2017 13:07:00 GMT

Nearly 30% of new cars don't have spare tires - driving up issues

More than one-quarter of new cars don't come equipped with a spare tire - creating a major hassle for stranded drivers, according to a report published Wednesday. "Having a flat tire can be a nuisance for drivers, but not having a spare could put ...

Published:  Wed, 18 Oct 2017 09:28:00 GMT

New Carrera Cup cars sold out in Australia

Porsche Cars Australia has sold all 24 new Carrera Cup cars ahead of their introduction to the series next year. Having struggled for numbers in 2017, particularly earlier in the season, Porsche announced a number a raft of changes for the 2018 season to ...

Published:  Wed, 18 Oct 2017 16:50:04 GMT

Toyota's New Self-Driving Cars Will Chat with Drivers

Toyota's Concept-i vehicles would be equipped with its AI virtual assistant called Yui.Toyota In brief: Toyota's Concept-i vehicles, equipped with its AI virtual assistant called Yui, are going to hit the roads for trial runs in 2020. The Japanese carmaker ...

Published:  Wed, 18 Oct 2017 11:27:00 GMT

Electric cars could be 'new beginning' for Australia's automotive industry

Dave Depares's 29-year career at Holden ends this week when the company's Adelaide manufacturing plant - the last in Australia - closes for good. He is still trying to line up new work, but some of his colleagues are taking their skills from the old ...

Published:  Wed, 18 Oct 2017 12:17:00 GMT

Apple's new, improved self-driving car rig reportedly spotted in the wild

Apple's secretive automotive project has flown under the radar over the past several months after news leaked that the company was granted permission to test a self-driving car platform and entered the race to develop autonomous cars - but that doesn't ...

Published:  Wed, 18 Oct 2017 16:00:00 GMT

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