The age of the electric truck has arrived. While this may not sound like a pronouncement that should rattle the rafters, it is a huge turning point in the march towards electrification.
The rise of the electric car looks like it’s well underway. Look at these auto brands converting their lineup to EV.
We are going to break down the best value new and used vehicles of the current or late-model generations. A few choices may even surprise you!
Which of the new 2021 model-year SUV’s are likely to keep their value longest? We did the math so you don’t have to!
A variety of factors influenced used vehicle pricing, but right now is a special circumstance. Learn why used cars suddenly cost more than they used to..
EV’s are gaining popularity in the market, but are they ready for Texas’ climate, terrain, & lifestyle? We explore if EV trucks are ready for Texas.
The Fifth Generation RAM 1500 is one of the toughest trucks out there. Looking to add one to your garage? Read our Chevrolet Colorado buyers guide.
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Third Generation 2016 - Present Toyota Tacoma Buyers Guide [Texas Edition]
The second-generation 2015+ Chevrolet Colorado is in a class all of its own. Looking to add one to your garage? Read our Chevrolet Colorado buyers guide.
The 13th generation F150 is one excellent truck - here’s the Texas-edition buyers guide for folks who need some help looking for a late-model F150.
Texas, as we all know, is one big state. Second largest in the Union, and the largest in the contiguous USA. Why does that matter?
The Chevrolet Silverado, first introduced in 1999, has long been a mainstay on Texan highways. Looking at a late-model Silverado? Read this buyers guide.
Curious what the top-selling vehicle is in Texas? Just imagine the towing capacity and powerful drive train of the … Toyota Camry? If that doesn’t sound much like the Texas you know and love, it’s because the numbers crowning the Toyota Camry come from quote requests.
'Tis is the season of giving, a season where we want to make our loved ones feel extra special, but why break a bank. Therefore, the AutoDigg team worked together to provide you with a list of a few affordable gift options for Car lovers.
The automotive industry has recently been going through immense changes for quite a variety of reasons. Not only has the introduction of ride-hailing services changed automotive industry trends considerably, but consumers, too, have become far more informed than ever.
The way we buy cars is changing. Just a few years ago, our primary option for purchasing a car was the traditional way; driving to a car dealership, dealing with an often pushy salesman, and trying to get the best deal possible on a new or used car. In our digital world, that’s no longer our only option.
Shopping for a used car is one of those things that’s rarely as fun, or as easy as it may seem. Hidden behind a vast array of multi-colored balloons, helpful handshakes, and friendly smiles. Lies an entire industry with one goal in mind – to get as much of your money as possible.
If you’ve decided to upgrade your vehicle and are looking for the best car deal possible, good news - we can help. One of the most important things to consider is the value you receive from your trade-in. When it comes to negotiating the lowest amount possible, car dealers are at the top of the food chain.
There have been a lot of changes going on in the retail automotive industry recently that make it more confusing than ever to buy a vehicle. Things like government tax incentives, special APR’s, bank approvals, trade values, and (of course) getting a good deal - can drive a person mad.
Drive through any town in Texas, and you’re likely to find a heavy-duty pickup truck. The same is true in Austin, Texas. Although Austin is becoming a large metropolitan area, the reliability of a pickup truck is still essential. In fact, the vehicle that has sold the most in the past five years in Austin, Texas, was the Ford F-150.
Society demands more - Modern vehicles have become much more than just a means of getting from one place to the next. Through the use of technology, they're now more involved in our day to day lives than ever before. US automakers reported that almost 18 million units sold in 2018. An increase of around 8% compared to the previous year.
The technology found in today's vehicles has come a long way over the last 20-years or so. Options that were once thought to be a luxury are now standard on most models. Not only has new tech made them safer, but they're also more fun and efficient to drive. To appreciate how far they've come, let's look at some of the important milestones along the way.
With the National Automobile Dealers Association show for 2019 recently wrapping up on January 27th in San Francisco, we wanted to review some of the top highlights from this year’s expo. The four-day event was packed with guest speakers, informative workshops, and valuable networking sessions.
Buying a car has always been a hassle; either you have to waste hours haggling over the price while dealing with pushy salesmen or you go through the car listing websites with no guarantee of the best deal.
Presenting the Best Cars, Crossovers and Trucks. It seems that every vehicle we drive is both more fuel-efficient, more powerful, more comfortable and more funthan its predecessor.