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  • Is The Hyundai Santa Cruz A Good Truck To Lease?

    Now that we know that the 2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz will debut with a $269/month lease deal, shoppers may be wondering whether the Santa Cruz will be better to lease versus buy. Here's what you should know if you find…

    By Alex Bernstein - July 23, 2021
  • Hyundai Santa Cruz Has Worse Residual Value Than Ford Maverick

    The all-new Hyundai Santa Cruz may be a worse truck to lease than the Ford Maverick, based on a recent dealer incentive bulletin. That's because the Hyundai appears to have a disadvantage when comparing residual values. As we reported earlier…

    By Alex Bernstein - July 23, 2021
  • 2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz Gets $269/mo Lease Deal

    Hyundai's first pickup could be more affordable than you think, according to an incentive bulletin sent today to dealers. That's because the all-new Santa Cruz truck will debut with a lease deal starting at just $269/month. Here's a quick look…

    By Alex Bernstein - July 23, 2021
  • Have Used Car Prices Peaked?

    Some relief could be on the horizon for consumers dealing with high used car prices. According to a report this week from Cox Automotive, "retail price increases have slowed to the point that last week was likely the peak." However,…

    By Alex Bernstein - July 22, 2021
  • When Will Used Car Prices Drop?

    An inventory shortage has resulted in high used car prices across much of the country. In some cases, preowned cars are more expensive than new ones. While this could compel buyers to delay a purchase, there are some early signals…

    By Alex Bernstein - July 22, 2021
  • Downsides To Buying A Car Out Of State

    With fewer cars on dealership lots due to an inventory shortage, some consumers may be considering buying a car out of state. However, doing so could end up being a bad deal because there may be major disadvantages when it…

    By Alex Bernstein - July 20, 2021
  • Why Are Used Cars So Expensive?

    Used car prices are expensive in 2021 largely because of a shortage of new cars. Although used car auctions shut down a year ago due to the pandemic, strong demand has fueled extreme price increases on preowned cars & trucks.…

    By Alex Bernstein - July 19, 2021
  • Why Are New Car Prices So High?

    Unprecedented market conditions have resulted in extremely high prices for new cars in many parts of the country. The reason why new car prices are so high is complex and involves factors related to how consumers, manufacturers, and parts suppliers…

    By Alex Bernstein - July 15, 2021
  • Grand Cherokee L Lease Costs Jeep Compass Money

    Jeep's biggest SUV could be a better deal than one of its most affordable vehicles. In fact, it may be possible to upgrade from a Jeep Compass to the all-new Grand Cherokee L for around the cost of a couple…

    By Alex Bernstein - July 15, 2021
  • Putting Down A Deposit With A Car Dealer

    A vehicle shortage has created an environment in which new car dealers are selling cars before they arrive on the lot. As a result, consumers may find it necessary to put down a deposit if inventory is scarce. Here are…

    By Alex Bernstein - July 15, 2021

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