Disclosure: Thank you to Cars.com for sponsoring this post. All opinions expressed are 100% honest and completely my own.
When itâ€™s time to go car shopping it can be somewhat of an overwhelming experience. I usually have a wish list of features I would like and a list of non-negotiable must haves. What I like about Cars.com is that you can do a lot of your research in the comfort of your own home. Once you make a decision on your car of choice, you can visit the dealership and schedule a test drive. You have the option to look at new cars, used cars, cars for sale by owner or find a dealership. You also can look at reviews of vehicles.
I really like the multi-car comparisons section on Cars.com because I always like to compare features on vehicles. I honestly do it with almost everything I purchase. You want to make sure that you are getting the best value and spending your money wisely. My favorite feature on ANY vehicle is the dashboard because thatâ€™s where all my favorite features are located. Iâ€™ll spend most of my time figuring out all the tech and safety features in any vehicle. Having vehicle comparisons available to you is quite handy.
You get a wealth of information on Cars.com to assist you in your car buying adventures. You even can see which cars have received awards and factor that into your decision. Another great feature on the Cars.com website is the car finance calculator to help you figure out what your payments will be. I have a monthly budget and I need to know if my car payment is going to fit within my budget or Iâ€™ll have to make some adjustments. You can figure out what you are comfortable paying before you purchase.
I researched the 2018 Audi Q7 and was able to see all the features available plus the likes and dislikes that were documented. Itâ€™s a luxury SUV that seats up to seven people so it can definitely accommodate my family. It competes with SUV models like the Acura MDX and BMW X5. It has standard features along with luxury options and crash avoidance features. Itâ€™s all wheel drive standard and you have the choice of turbo four-cylinder or supercharged V-6. MSRP: Starts at $49,900-$56,400. All I need is a test drive!
Overall the Cars.com website is a one stop shop for car information and assistance with shopping for your next vehicle. You can also get information on car maintenance and repairs. Another great section is the safety & recall notices. Iâ€™m sure you want to know if there is an issue with any part of your vehicle and if you need a part replaced or any type of maintenance due to manufacturing error. Being able to sit down and browse Cars.com takes out a lot of the physical leg work when car shopping. It’s such a convenience!