145 Best Used Cars for 2021: Ranked by Type & Price
Shopping for a used car and ready to do some research? Check out this list of the 145 best used cars for 2021 shoppers, based on CarMax sales data. They're all ranked by price and type so you can find exactly what you're looking for.
2021 Chevrolet Spark: Reviews, Photos, and More
The Chevrolet Spark is a stylish hatchback with a compact design, tech-filled cabin, and fuel-sipping powertrain. Take a look at this 2021 Chevrolet Spark review to learn more about this model's trim levels, specs, and key features to see if it's right for you.
10 Best Subcompact Cars for 2020: Ranked
Need a car that's great for city driving and fits your on-the-go lifestyle? Explore photos, key specs, and more in this list of the 10 best subcompact cars for 2020 shoppers, based on CarMax sales data from November 1, 2019, through April 30, 2020.
10 Best Hatchback Cars for 2020: Ranked
Your next hatchback has the looks and the personality! If you want open road adventures and swift city style, here's our updated list of the 10 best hatchback cars for 2020 shoppers based on CarMax sales data from November 1, 2019 through April 30, 2020.
Chevrolet Spark: Reviews, Photos, and More
For those in the market for a compact hatchback, the Chevrolet Spark is a top contender. With sleek styling and easy maneuverability, the Chevrolet Spark packs a lot into a small package. Check out our review of the Chevrolet Spark to learn more.
The 15 Best Used Cars Under $15K
If you’re looking for a used car and you’re on a budget, CarMax can help you find a stylish new ride. In this article, we share more than a dozen sedans and hatchbacks that won’t break your bank.
7 Great American Cars Under $15K: Reviews, Photos and More
Looking to buy a used car by an American auto maker? This comprehensive list of the top seven American cars under $15K will help you make a better informed decision.
Cars & College: A Complete Guide
As you prepare for college, your mind may be focused on signing up for classes, settling into your dorm, and meeting new friends. At this point, car ownership, and transportation in general, is probably the furthest thing from your mind. Unfortunately, neglecting this important decision could leave you scrambling for a ride when it’s time to find a job, leave campus for events, and attend social engagements around town.