Buying used: Toyota Camry from 2010 to 2012 won’t disappoint

Unsurprisingly, this iteration of the Camry has held its value. The 2012 edition will run you anywhere from around $10,000 to the high teens, depending on trim level and drivetrain

Reading Time: 4 minutes Available with either a four-cylinder or V6 engine, this generation was offered in a variety of trim levels

Nissan Sentra proves the sedan is still very much alive in 2022

The Sentra won’t burn up the pavement. It’s moderately powerful, handles reasonably well and has decent braking. Despite its sleek racer styling, it’s not a sports car and the emphasis is on usability, not thrills. And that suits most people in this market just fine

Reading Time: 4 minutes First introduced to the market in 1982, it’s now in its eighth generation and has never been better

Buying used: 2012 Mercedes E-Class still exudes class

Arguably the most visually appealing E-class model was the new coupe. From its arrowhead front end to a back deck evocative of some Mercedes models of the 1950s, this one was – and is – a knockout

Reading Time: 4 minutes From arrowhead front to evocative 50’s-style back, this one’s still a knockout

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