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Body Styles



  • Any car with a removable or retractable top
  • May include soft or hard top

e.g. Volkswagen EOS, MAZDA MX-5 Miata, Pontiac Solstice



  • 2-door car
  • Primarily designed for 2 front passengers with compact rear seating room

e.g. Ford Mustang, BMW 650i, Chevrolet Corvette



  • Car-based platform with SUV and wagon-type cargo benefits
  • Includes elements from a range of body styles

e.g. Ford Edge, Toyota Venza, Buick Enclave



  • Full-height rear door that opens vertically
  • Often includes a rear folding seat

e.g. Honda Fit, Toyota Prius, Audi A3



  • Usually a 4-door car with a fixed roof
  • Holds 4 to 6 people and includes a rear trunk

e.g. Toyota Camry, Nissan Maxima, Chevrolet Malibu



  • Car-based platform with SUV and wagon-type cargo benefits
  • Includes elements from a range of body styles

e.g. Ford Explorer, Cadillac Escalade, Nissan Xterra



  • Open cargo bed behind a closed cab
  • Often used for hauling and towing

e.g. Ford F-150, Dodge Ram 1500, Honda Ridgeline



  • A minivan is a passenger vehicle that often includes a sliding door
  • A van is a full-sized, box-shaped vehicle with a cargo area

e.g. Dodge Grand Caravan, Honda Odyssey, Toyota Sienna



  • Cargo area that extends to rear bumper
  • 2 or 4 doors and offers direct access to rear cargo area

e.g. Volvo V70, Dodge Magnum, Subaru Outback

Price Range



Fuel Economy


Optional Features

Bluetooth System

  • A hands-free phone system that integrates with Bluetooth-enabled devices

e.g. OnStar, Sync, Open Sky

Built-in Communication

  • Integrated calling system that can provide emergency support, navigation and additional services

e.g. OnStar, Sync, Open Sky

DVD Entertainment

  • Built-in DVD system often placed in the dash, seat headrests or ceiling of vehicles

Heated Seats

  • A warming system integrated into a vehicle's seats
  • More commonly in the front seats but can be available in rear seats as well

High Intensity Headlights

  • Bright, xenon gas-filled bulbs that produce up to 3 times the output of traditional halogen lights
  • Often referred to as "Xenon" or "HID" headlights

iPod/USB Connection

  • Quick, easy compatibility with iPod, MP3 and USB devices
  • Range from sophisticated integrated connections to simple AUX input jacks

Navigation System

  • A global positioning system (GPS) that provides driving directions, addresses and additional info
  • Typically designed into the dashboard and may be integrated with the audio system

Parking Assist

  • Ultrasonic alert system that beeps when you get close to vehicles while parking

Rearview Camera

  • Rear-facing camera that gives you full view of objects located behind your vehicle
  • Camera display typically built into the dashboard

Stability Control

  • Sensor system that helps control a car during a slide
  • May employ brakes on individual wheels and lower engine power to keep car in desired direction

Fuel Types


  • Alcohol-based, such as ethanol or methanol, or combinations of gasoline and alcohol
  • Can also include compressed natural gas

e.g. Honda Civic, Honda Civic, GMC Yukon XL


  • A petroleum-based fuel that is heavier but more efficient than standard gasoline
  • Used in diesel engines that employ an air/fuel mixture that ignites via compression instead of spark

e.g. Audi Q7, Audi Q7, Ford Super Duty F-250


  • Rechargeable batteries power an electric motor
  • Known for being clean, quiet and emission free


  • A mixture of fuel types, typically gasoline combined with methanol or ethanol
  • "E85" refers to a mixture of gasoline and up to 85% ethanol

e.g. Buick Lucerne, Buick Lucerne

Gas/Electric Hybrid

  • A vehicle that uses two or more different fuel types such as electric and hydrogen
  • Typically pairs a gasoline engine with electric motor and batteries

e.g. Toyota Prius, Toyota Prius, Ford Escape

Passenger Space

Drivetrain Warranty help

This option filters vehicles by the manufacturer's original drivetrain warranty, also known as the "power train" warranty. The drivetrain warranty generally covers the components that deliver power to a vehicle's wheels (i.e., engine, transmission, etc.). The drivetrain warranty is distinct from the manufacturer's basic warranty and corrosion warranty.

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