Hard to believe the current Honda Civic design is six years old. It doesn’t look a day over two, mainly because of its wild styling that has aged remarkably well. Nevertheless, a redesigned 2022 Honda Civic is on the way, no doubt incorporating significant technological upgrades into its more conservative bodywork. Sedan and hatchback versions are on the way, and Honda says new versions of the sporty Si and performance-tuned Type R are part of the plan.
Infiniti hopes the new 2022 QX55 will remind people of the original FX35, but there isn’t much tying the two models together aside from a fastback roofline and the automaker’s endless highway logo. The QX55 is basically a QX50 with less interior room, Infiniti applying the same recipe to its compact crossover that BMW and Mercedes-Benz do to theirs (and now Audi, too). As is true of other SUV “coupes,” you’ll pay more for less with the Infiniti QX55.
When you take delivery, either at home or at the dealership, have the salesperson walk around the vehicle with you. Check that there are no scratches, dents or dings. Make sure you get the owner's manual, a spare key and the original window sticker. The window sticker shows you the price and a list of your vehicle's features, which is useful later when you sell or trade in. Most dealers include a full tank of gas and a detail with your new vehicle, so ensure you receive those. Now is also the time to ask any last-minute questions you may have about the vehicle. Ask the salesperson anything you want to know, from how to pair your phone to how to use all the latest advanced safety features.
Though based on the existing Lexus IS, which debuted for the 2014 model year, you’d need to look closely at the 2021 Lexus IS in order to tell. It’s more obvious on the inside, and the car is basically identical when it comes to powertrains. But Lexus swears it has fine-tuned the ride and handling to make this the most fun-to-drive IS ever. Well, except perhaps for the IS F.
Run your credit report and get your credit score. The score tells you your credit tier, which will affect your annual percentage rate. Even if you have bad credit, you can still buy a vehicle that's right for you and your wallet. Next, get preapproved for a loan at your local bank, credit union or online lender. By going in with financing already arranged, you can determine if the dealer can beat your interest rate. This strategy also keeps the negotiations more focused since you will only be looking at the total price of the vehicle (also called the "out the door" price), not a monthly payment.