The end of the year can be a great time to purchase vehicles. Manufacturers typically discount current year’s models to make way for next year’s vehicles.
If you’re in the market and debating between a car and SUV, consider gas mileage and emissions. SUVs offer a few advantages – including increased protection, higher driving position and greater towing capacity – but tend to be more costly to maintain than cars and also carry a larger footprint.
On average, the most fuel-efficient SUVs get around 20-25 MPG, while sedans log 30-40 MPG. SUVs also produce more emissions into the atmosphere.
– Anthony Blackman, Atlantic Tire & Service