When you’re in the market for a new ride, have you ever considered buying a car from the factory? It’s certainly an option that is growing in popularity, and there are some definite pros and cons to consider before making your decision. “I was surprised by how easy it was,” said Dillon Griffith, a Fresno, California, native who custom-ordered a Subaru Outback in 2021 after becoming disappointed by the lack of
It’s official, we’re a nation of car payment-makers. The average monthly car payments crossed $700 a month earlier this year, the highest on record, according to Cox Automotive/Moody’s Analytics. “I joke with people that every new car purchase is a luxury car purchase, I don’t care what you’re buying,” Ivan Drury, senior manager of insights at Edmunds told NPR. “And unfortunately for the segment of the population that probably needs it [cars]
Oh man, where do I even begin? The environment is, like, super important, you guys. Sorry, I just watched “Mean Girls” and they use the word “like” a lot and I wanted to fit in. Anyway, yeah, the environment is important. And we here at Leasly aren’t just talking the talk when it comes to being environmentally friendly — we’re walking the walk too. How are we doing this, you ask?
A friend of mine just sold his 8-year-old 2 series for close to the original purchase price in this car market right now. It’s absolutely insane what people are putting out for used cars. This leads to the question, “What will it take for car prices to return to normal in the car market?” The answer is, in short: This IS the new normal for car prices. You’re going to have to
$10 a gallon, could you imagine? It’s certainly been the spark for the eScooter Vs. everything else debate. Double-digit gas is what some people are predicting gas will be in the next few months. And as much as we’d love to say that you’ll never see $100 fill-ups again, it’s simply not true. All of this has led to a lot of people looking for alternative methods of transportation, and eScooters