Need a new car? July 4 deals may fizzle, but here's how to outwit high prices, shortages


4th of July car sales 2022: Follow these 7 tips to get deals

The Fourth of July has historically been a lucrative time for car buyers, but with fewer cars on lots this year, it’s still a sellers market. If you need to buy now, consider these tips to save money.

Ivan Drury has his eye on buying a used car, but not one that many would consider — not with about 150,000 miles under its belt.

That silver 2007 Lexus GS350 is the kind of heavily worn car that most motorists would normally pass up in choosing a new set of wheels. These, however, are not ordinary times. 

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