Used Car Buying Guides

Convertibles

  • Mercedes-Benz C-Class Used Car Buyer’s Guide

    The entry-level model Mercedes-Benz in the United States, the C-Class nevertheless exudes refinement, good performance, and prestige. On the road, the car feels every bit the......

  • Volkswagen Eos Used Car Buying Guide

    Named for the mythological Greek goddess of the dawn, the Volkswagen Eos is a four-seat two-door, folding hardtop convertible with a glass sunroof. Built on a shortened version of the......

  • Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder Used Car Buyer’s Guide

    Named for an eighteenth century English racehorse, which in turn, was named for the celestial event, the Mitsubishi Eclipse was introduced in 1989. Its convertible version, the......

  • Chevrolet Corvette Used Car Buying Guide

    Few cars have achieved the iconic status of Chevrolet’s Corvette. Introduced in 1953 as a concept car at the GM Motorama in New York, only 300 of the fiberglass roadsters were......

  • Toyota Solara Used Car Buyer’s Guide

    Ironically, one of the most graceful forms of the automobile is typically one of the most difficult for manufacturers to master—the two-door coupe. Given the impracticality imposed......

  • Chrysler Crossfire Used Car Buying Guide

    Back in 1998, Daimler-Benz, the parent company of Mercedes-Benz, took over the Chrysler Corporation. At the time, the arrangement was billed as a merger of equals, but in retrospect,......