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Eden Autos - Best Full-Size Pickup Truck

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Turn any friendly neighborhood barbecue into a backyard wrestling match with this simple trick: declare your pickup king. Well guess what, brother? Being the best isn’t about who has the biggest Calvin and Hobbes sticker on the rear window. Full-size pickup trucks are America’s best-selling vehicles, and the fight among them is closer than ever.

Trucks today are capable of accelerating quicker than sports cars like the Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 and can tow up to seven tons using conventional towing. That’s a lot of folding chairs and steel cages. The truck is the backbone of America. In 2019, pickups represented over 3.1 million vehicle sales in the U.S., or more than the entire population of Iowa. Each of these trucks can handle classic pickup needs with ease, and if you haven’t already sorted yourself into the Toyota, Nissan, Ram, Chevy, or Ford camps, we’ve ranked the segment's players from worst to best to help you in your search.

  1. Ram 1500 - The Ram 1500 is king of the mountain, having bested its biggest rivals from Detroit in our latest three-truck comparison test and won another 10Best Full-size Pickup award for 2021. We’d let those accolades do the heavy lifting for us in explaining why we dig the Ram, but here are a few more reasons: The available EcoDiesel V-6 engine has the most power and torque among all light-duty diesel pickups and is fuel efficient; the interior is a step or three above the competition; and it just plain drives well. Fans of the all-black Dodge Ram can carry the dark baton with a new for 2020 Night Edition, which offers all-black exterior trim along with your choice of paint. We’d suggest, um, black.

  2. Ram 1500 TRX - The nearly 3.5-ton Ram 1500 TRX is a lot of truck, but it knows how to use it. The 702-horsepower Hellcat engine is a screamer, and despite its heft, the TRX gets to 60 mph in just 3.7 seconds, making it the quickest truck we've ever tested. Bilstein dampers underneath provide more than a foot of suspension travel, allowing its 35-inch Goodyear Wrangler AT's to droop. It's beefy too, measuring 5.9 inches wider and 3.3 inches taller than the regular Ram 1500, but inside it's just as luxurious. A 12-inch touchscreen infotainment system is standard, and a head-up display, heated and ventilated front seats, and carbon-fiber accents are available options. Many aspects of the TRX make it the greatest truck as nothing else can cruise to, climb up, and fly over whatever's ahead of it quite like this.

  3. Ford F-150 Raptor - Packed with a powerful 450-hp twin-turbo V-6 and an off-road-ready suspension with adaptive shocks to soak up potholes and landings off of sweet jumps, the Ford F-150 Raptor is just plain rad. But this is no one-trick brute—it’s nearly everything you might never need in a truck and useful. The SuperCrew is rated to tow up to 8000 pounds, so the Raptor can haul more than just ass. Its wide fenders and large off-road tires can make navigating parking lots and narrow streets a challenge; we prefer to think of them as reminders as to where the Raptor truly belongs.

  4. Ford F-150 - The Ford F-150 has been a full-size favorite for decades, and nearly 1 million F-150 pickups were sold last year. So it’s little wonder why the Ford has become ubiquitous and familiar. The fourteenth-generation Ford debuted for 2021 with a new 430-hp hybrid powertrain with 570 lb-ft of torque. That's a 30 horsepower and 70 lb-ft improvement verses the nonhybrid twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6 for those keeping track. The hybrid powered pickup gets an EPA-estimated 24 mpg for both city and highway travel, putting it fourth overall in fuel efficiency for the segment behind diesel-powered Chevy Silverado and Ram 1500. The interior is also improved in terms of materials and ease of use. An optional Work Surface allows you to transform the front row into a work table. New variable-assist steering, standard on the higher trim King Ranch model and above, is tight and direct, and even on lower trims the ride is quiet and composed.

  5. GMC Sierra 1500 - If you can swing the new GMC Sierra 1500’s price premium over its mechanically identical, Chevrolet-badged sibling (the Silverado), do so. The GMC is simply more attractive than the Chevy. We’ve ranked the Sierra above it because the extra money seems worth it when staring both trucks right in the eyes. Like the Silverado, the Sierra has five different engines, three different transmissions, and is available in either rear- or all-wheel drive. Although there's no high-flying off-roader option like the Ram TRX or Ford F-150 Raptor, a Sierra AT4 model is available with 2.0-inches of suspension lift and other off-road equipment. Unfortunately, the pricier GMC suffers from the same unimpressive interior styling and firm ride quality as the Silverado, but the extra chrome does wonders for GM's half-ton pickup design.

  6. Chevrolet Silverado 1500 - After a full redesign, the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 doesn't feel quite as new as you'd expect. Its new body bears only a face a mother could love, the interior is mediocre, and the suspension isn’t terribly refined. Those whiffs are offset by its new 6.2-liter V-8 that can deactivate up to six cylinders for fuel savings, as well as the available turbocharged 2.7-liter four-cylinder that can tow up to 9300 pounds. The brakes offer stellar stopping power, and the four-door crew cab has superior rear-seat headroom. Chevy's also added the Multi-Flex tailgate as an option for 2021 models, making the bed of the Silverado more useable than ever. Silverados with the 277-hp turbodiesel engine in 2WD are the most fuel efficient in the segment with an EPA-estimated 33 mpg highway rating.

  7. Nissan Titan - The Nissan Titan, like the Toyota Tundra, exists slightly outside of the mainstream in this segment. It lacks engine choices—there is but one 400-hp V-8 option—which severely limits configurability relative to its competitors, and the Titan’s overall execution seems lacking. Its ride quality is poor and the steering lacks sharpness; look to the Pro-4X trim for off-road capability, but look everywhere else in terms of towing capacity as the Titan has the lowest in the light-duty class. Every model now has a 8.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, which is something fleet versions of its domestic competitors don’t have.

  8. Toyota Tundra - The Toyota Tundra has been around in pretty much the same form since 2007—that’s pre-Instagram if you need a cultural reference point. So, it’s old. But the Tundra offers a spacious cabin and a decent roster of standard features, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto phone integration functionality for most models. A 5.7-liter V-8 is the only engine option, an oddity among full-size pickups, which generally offer a plethora of engine choices. The Toyota’s V-8 engine delivers mediocre fuel economy and towing performance, but the truck itself at least shines in off-road capability even in base form. The Tundra TRD Pro model adds to that dexterity with new Fox 2.5-inch internal-bypass shocks and lighter-weight 18-inch BBS wheels.

Original Source: caranddriver.com (Austin Irwin - Dec 5, 2020)

Car Maintenance Tips

Properly maintaining your car is key to keeping it in top condition. It can also help ensure your safety, the safety of your passengers and your fellow drivers. Here are some ways to help keep your car running smoothly.

The Car Maintenance Checklist

Consider adding these items to your vehicle maintenance "to do" list:

Inspect and Maintain Tires

Knowing how to maintain your car's tire pressure can help reduce wear on the tires and helps ensure you're getting good gas mileage. Checking your tire pressure includes finding the recommended pressure, checking the PSI and inflating or deflating your tires accordingly.

A flat tire is a hazard that can be dangerous to you and your car. There are several preventative steps you can take to help avoid a blowout, including rotating your tires every 5,000 to 10,000 miles and watching for tire recalls.

Change the Oil

Routinely checking and changing your car's oil is essential to keeping its engine in running condition. Check your oil each month and change it as directed in the car's owner's manual.

You can change your oil yourself or take it to a service center. If you choose to do it yourself, learn the necessary steps to drain the fluid, set the correct oil level and dispose of old oil.

You should also know which type of motor oil is best for your car, regardless of whether you change the oil yourself or take it to a service center. This generally means considering three things — the oil viscosity, whether to use synthetic versus non-synthetic oil and your car's mileage.

Check the Fluids

There are several fluids that should be kept at the appropriate levels to help keep your car running properly. According to Popular Mechanics, you or your mechanic should check:

  • Engine oil

  • Coolant

  • Power steering fluid

  • Brake fluid

  • Transmission fluid

A leak with any of these fluids can affect the way your car drives. If you spot a leak, you may be able to identify the fluid by its color. This can help you and your mechanic determine where the leak is coming from. It can also help speed up the repair process.

Test the Lights

A broken or burnt-out bulb is a safety hazard and might get you a ticket. Learn how to thoroughly inspect each bulb on your car. If a bulb is out, take your car to an expert to determine whether it's the bulb or the fuse that needs replacing.

Headlights are key safety lights on your car. Consider taking a few extra steps to help keep them shining bright, such as cleaning the lenses and replacing bulbs as they start to dim.

Replace Windshield Wipers

If your wipers aren't working like they used to, don't let the problem linger. Damaged or worn out blades can reduce visibility during a heavy rain or a snowstorm. Knowing how to inspect your wiper blades regularly and replace them when necessary is one way to help keep your car safe.

Change Your Engine Air Filter

A dirty engine air filter can allow dirt and other particulates into your car's engine and reduce its efficiency. Inspect your car's air filter once a year and replace it as needed.

Regular Checkups

Some routine car care tasks can be done at home, but others require trained technicians. Take your car to a technician if the check engine light comes on. Trained technicians can diagnose the problem through the car's on-board diagnostics (OBD-II) port.

A qualified repair shop will also be able to inspect and replace other core components like the alternator and the wheel bearings. Scheduling regular tune-ups will help ensure that your car gets other maintenance items repaired as well.

Have Your Brakes Checked

Your car's brake pads also require regular inspection. While driving, listen for any brake noise and pay attention to shuddering or vibrating from the brake pedal. If any concerns arise, consult a service center as soon as possible

Wash Your Car

Your car is subjected to all sorts of elements, from road salt and ice melt in the winter to tree sap and bird droppings in the summer. Some of these hazards are not only unsightly but can cause damage to paint and the undercarriage, according to AccuWeather.

Keeping your car clean may help prevent long-term damage. Find the car washing method that works for you and regularly wash your car.

Check Belts and Hoses

Keeping your car's belts and hoses in good shape can help keep your car running and may help you avoid a breakdown on the road. For example, if your serpentine belt breaks while you're driving, it may cause many of your car's systems to fail.

Having your belts and hoses checked at every oil change will help ensure that they're in good condition and don't need replacing.

Review Your Car Insurance

Just like regular car checkups, it's a good idea to review your car insurance policy from time to time. This can help ensure your policy's coverages, limits and deductibles are up-to-date and suitable for your current situation.

Keeping your car in good shape can help keep you and your passengers safe. And remember, if you're ever unsure about how to inspect or replace a car part, be sure to contact a local mechanic for help.

Article Originally published allstate.com

Eden Autos - Best Midsize Sedans

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MotorTrend tests more than 200 vehicles at the track every year. We rate cars using the same factors you do, including how they drive, interior space, efficiency, tech, value, and safety. Ratings are only applicable within each respective segment.

  1. 2022 Honda Accord - 9.1/10 - After a midcycle refresh for 2021, we're not expecting any major changes to the Accord for 2022. Barring any significant revisions, it will carry forward with two gas engines and a hybrid option. The Accord competes with other affordable four-doors including the Hyundai Sonata, Toyota Camry, Kia K5, and Subaru Legacy.

  2. 2022 Subaru Legacy - 8.6/10 - Subaru knows its buyers and delivers on their priorities with the Legacy. The midsize sedan offers a compelling blend of technology, safety, and performance in a roomy and comfortable vessel. Middling style and a vexing CVT are the Legacy's greatest Achilles heels.

  3. 2022 Hyundai Sonata - 8.5/10 - Hyundai has been selling the Sonata here in the U.S. for more than 30 years, and the current eighth generation is the best version yet. Redesigned for the 2020 model year, the Hyundai Sonata is among the better midsize sedans on the market. It's mechanically related to the Kia K5.

  4. 2022 Kia K5 - 8.3/10 - The midsize sedan once known as the Kia Optima has transformed into the K5. Introduced for 2021, the K5 stands out in the segment with evocative exterior styling. Yet despite those looks it remains a relatively normal car in terms of features and capabilities. The K5 is offered with a choice of turbocharged engines and available AWD. Like the Optima before it, the K5 targets sedan stalwarts like the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, and mechanically related Hyundai Sonata. The K5 is built in West Point, Georgia, alongside the Kia Telluride.

  5. 2022 Toyota Camry - 8/10 - Although it's no longer Toyota's best-selling model (that title now goes to the RAV4), the venerable Camry remains a go-to choice for those seeking a dependable midsize sedan. The current-gen Camry was introduced for the 2018 model year and sees a mild face-lift for 2021. The Camry sits squarely in the center of Toyota's lineup of sedans between the compact Corolla and full-size Avalon. Besides its longtime rival, the Honda Accord, the Camry also competes with midsize four-doors including the Subaru Legacy, Nissan Altima, and Hyundai Sonata.

  6. 2021 Nissan Altima - 7.7/10 - Positioned above the compact Sentra and below the full-size Maxima, the Altima is the middle child of Nissan's sedan lineup. Nissan issued a full redesign of the Altima for the 2019 model year, and the family sedan has been relatively unchanged since. The Altima competes in the midsize sedan segment alongside cars such as the Honda Accord, Hyundai Sonata, Toyota Camry, and Subaru Legacy.

  7. 2022 Volkswagen Passat - 7.1/10 - Once one of Volkswagen's most successful cars in the United States, the Passat enters its final year of production with a Limited Edition trim. It rides on the platform that's been on sale in the United States since 2012, the same year it won our MotorTrend Car of the Year award. The Passat last received a major refresh in 2020. Although this midsize sedan no longer feels like a fresh offering, it comes with the traditional advantages of its segment, namely a comfortable ride, a large trunk, and spacious interior.

  8. 2021 Chevrolet Malibu - One of the longest-running nameplates in the Chevrolet lineup, the Malibu has been a mainstay in the midsize sedan segment for decades. Since its inception, the Malibu has evolved from a rear-drive car that's available in multiple flavors to a front-drive model offered only one body style. Chevrolet even offered a hybrid Malibu for a short time to lure eco-minded consumers to the brand. With only a short time left before it's discontinued, the Malibu lineup has been streamlined. A number of cosmetic packages are also offered.

  9. 2021 Mazda Mazda6 - As we wait for the rumored RWD, inline-six-powered, next-gen 6, Mazda adds some polish to its midsize sedan for 2021. The current-generation model debuted for the 2014 model year and saw a mid-cycle facelift for 2018, adding a turbocharged engine option. The 2021 Mazda 6 competes with other affordable midsize sedans including the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, and Hyundai Sonata.

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Most Affordable Cars in Camden New Jersey

Used cars in Camden, NJ continue to be strong sellers in these pandemic-afflicted times. A surplus of pre-owned cars, trucks, and SUVs are providing consumers a budget with money-saving alternatives to new models that are currently in shorter supply than normal due to COVID-19-related shutdowns earlier this year.

Of course, buying a used car in Camden, New Jersey, can come with relentless researching as you also want to choose a model that is not only affordable but also safe on the roads.

So here are some of the safest yet affordable used cars you can buy.


If you’re looking for a reliable used car Camden, NJ, and fuel economy is also a priority, why not consider the Toyota Prius? The Prius was the country’s first mainstream hybrid and has 25 years of development behind it to perfect the formula, and in 2012, fuel economy was 49 mpg in the city and 46 on the highway. The Prius has also earned a reputation for being long-lived.

It can be pricier than some other used cars in Camden New Jersey, but it has a generous spec, plus the cabin is spacious and there's plenty of boot space, which also makes it a viable family car.


The Honda Civic has long been known to be reliable, efficient, and fun to drive at any speed. Model-year 2013 is a good place to begin your search because that is when air conditioning, a backup camera, Bluetooth, and a USB port became a standard on this model. Not only is the Honda Civic fuel-efficient, it is widely known that the Civic is dead-on reliable. In fact, Consumer Reports rated the Honda Civic with “better” reliability ratings throughout the past generation and Repairpal.com gave the car a 4.5 out of 5 ratings for reliability.


When you think of compact cars, the Toyota Corolla will probably come to mind! The Corolla is a nameplate that has been around for decades. Every generation of Corolla reinforces its reputation for quality, low-cost operation, and affordability. Corollas are known for being built to last, making it a great option for an affordable used car in Camden, NJ.

The annual repair cost average, according to repairpal.com's consumer-based data, is $362. The Corolla also has fewer instances of issues as well. And, for those cases of reported issues, hardly any of them were ranked as severe.


The Ford Fusion was first launched in 2005 and can be considered one of the most popular cars in the USA. The Ford Fusion has won numerous awards including the ‘car of the year’ around the world for years. It provides composed handling and a smooth ride, and its cabin has plenty of space across two rows of comfortable seats. It has a large trunk, and many of its features are easy to use. So, if you want a car that looks good, drives great and is largely available near Camden, New Jersey, then the Ford Fusion could be for you.


Since 1976, the Honda Accord has been another best seller across the states thanks to it being great value for money. The Honda Accord scored highly on the NHTSA ratings for safety and has won countless awards. They say that if you want a car that will just keep going, then get a Honda Accord!

One of the other reasons that the Honda Accord is so popular is due to the fact that there are many engine and transmission combinations available, especially in the used car market in Camden, New Jersey. The sport models of the Accord are available in both manual and automatic transmission. If you are wanting a two-door car, then the Accord Coupe with a V6 engine may be a good choice for you!


As of late 2019, 17 out of 20 station wagons purchased in the USA were Subaru Outbacks (ref Road & Track). In sales units, that’s 180,000 vehicles! So what makes the Subaru Outback so popular?

Reviewers at Car and Driver loved the Outback. They gave the 2020 model year a 9/10 rating and the Editors’ Choice award for Best Station Wagon.

This model is not only great for transporting families across Camden, New Jersey, but has a very generous cargo space. But like a hatchback or a station wagon, the Subaru Outback has a relatively low point of entry, making it easy for passenger access and for loading cargo. This characteristic gives it an edge over certain taller SUVs.


The Kia Soul first launched in 2010 amidst other competitors at the time like the Nissan Cube and Scion xB. Those other two cars are now discontinued, but the Soul is still in production but with a sleeker new aesthetic that includes wraparound tail lights and squinty headlights. The Kia Soul’s box-like shape is very practical as it offers a large amount of head and legroom for up to five passengers and has a low step-in height that makes a great vehicle for baby-boomers and their grandkids.

Kia priced the Soul model well in the sub $20,000 range as their base model starts at just $17,500. Although their prices have increased slightly over the years, buying a used Kia Soul in Camden, New Jersey, will certainly hit the sweet-spot when it comes to affordability.


Many people in Camden, New Jersey are turning to the midsize SUV market for a family vehicle, and there are plenty to choose from. The Toyota Highlander really stands out from the crowd as it has remained not only consistent but reliable for a number of years. The Highlander boasts a roomy interior and an inexpensive cost, it's no wonder it stands out in the SUV market.

Highlander models that were made between 2008 and 2013 are a great place to start when looking for a used SUV. During this time, the appearance and interior of the Highlander were improved by Toyota to look more sleek and refined. If you’re not sure, then take a look at some Consumer Reports here.

We hope you enjoyed our blog whilst on your search for used cars Camden, NJ. Feel free to get in touch with us so we can help you find the perfect used car near Camden here at Eden Autos!

What Car Style Body is Best for You

What car body style is best for you?

When looking for used cars Philadelphia, it can be hard to decide what shape to go for.
With so many sizes, shapes and styles to choose from, it's hardly surprising that many Philadelphia motorists are taken aback by the variety of cars on offer.
From Hatchbacks to saloons to MPVs and SUVs, there are many different shapes out there, so making sense of what is available to you when you're on your search for used cars in Philadelphia can be very time-consuming. Here at Eden Autos, we've put together a blog to help you decide what car body style is best for you to help make your search for used cars Philadelphia easier.

Coupe's are traditionally two-door cars with a solid roof and trunk. A classic coupe car would be the Ford Mustang, for example. Some coupes are two-seater sports cars like the Chevy Camaro or the Dodge Challenger. However, what can be confusing, is that car manufacturers have started to label four-door cars and crossovers as coupes. So be sure to double-check how many seats you're looking for when you're thinking of buying a coupe from a used car dealer in Philadelphia.

Great if you're looking for a car with a sportier look
More stylish
Fuel costs aren't too high
4 Door coupes are available

Not great for families due to limited space in the back
More expensive to buy
Not as spacious

A sedan has four doors and a trunk; however, they are available in many different sizes depending on what you need. Sizes can include small (like the Kia Cerato or a Mazda 3), medium (like the Toyota Camry or a Honda Accord), to larger sizes like the Toyota Avalon and the Volvo S90. Sedan's are a popular option for many as they usually have four doors, so they are a great option if you have kids that need easy access to enter and exit the back seats. Compared to a coupe where your occupants would have to crawl through past the front seats to enter and exit the vehicle. If you're going to be carpooling or have plans to have a family, a sedan is an excellent option for you.

More fuel-efficient compared to trucks and SUVs.
Spacious interior
Usually equipped with excellent safety features

Not as flashy compared to other vehicles
Not as good for hauling as trucks or SUVs
Full-sized sedans may not be a good option for those living in areas with small and limited parking.

Station Wagon
Station Wagons are very similar to sedans and SUVs, which can be confusing. Station Wagons have an extended roofline and a hatch door at the rear instead of the trunk. The availability of station wagons has declined over the years. However, there are still models such as the Mercedes-Benz E450, and the Audi A6 All-Road are still available and have been listed by Forbes as one of the best station wagons you can buy in 2021.

Most have the additional capacity to seat more than five people
Roomy interior
Much lighter compared to SUVs

Tend to have higher maintenance costs
Their elongated body style can make it difficult to park
They are very quickly becoming replaced with SUVs or Sedans

Sports Car
You guessed it; sports cars are the sportiest, hottest and coolest-looking vehicles on the roads. They are often convertibles that are very low to the ground, sleek, and very costly to run. Some great examples of sports cars are the Porshe 911, Ford Mustang, and the Ferrari 458. Of course, some are higher-end than others, but no doubt will still catch the attention of those walking by in the street.
These cars are designed to be fun and flashy, which means practicality goes out the window.

Greater acceleration and performance
Stylish and eye-catching
Some models can hold their investment, which is perfect if you plan to sell your car later on

Expensive to repair
Expensive to purchase
Not practical for everyday driving

Hatchbacks are also known as 'compacts' or 'subcompacts' and have a squared-off roof and a rear flip-up hatch door that provides ease of access. Hatchbacks also give you the ability to fold down the rear seats so that you can have extra boot space, making them an excellent option for running your errands in and around Philadelphia.Some great hatchbacks include the Volkswagen Golf or the Chevy Bolt. Get your used car Philadelphia hatchback today at Eden Autos.

Great for pet owners as you can fit their cages in the back
Foldable seats for extra boot space
Great for new drivers
Great for mileage

Easy to see what's stored inside the cargo area, making them a potential target for thieves
Due to U.S. consumers' aversion to hatchbacks, you might find a better selection at dealerships for certain sedans than a similarly sized hatchback.

If the roof retracts into the body, leaving the passenger cabin open to the elements, then it's a convertible. Most convertibles have a fully powered fabric roof that folds down, but a few have to be lowered by hand. There are also several models with a retractable hardtop, like the Mazda MX-5 Miata RF, Porsche 911 Targa; only the forward section of their roofs retracts or can be removed by hand.

Stylish and flashy
Great for hot weather

Not great if you live in a state with bad weather
It can cost on average over $3,000 more than an SUV or Hatchback
Not great for fuel economy

Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs)
SUVs are often referred to as crossovers and tend to be taller than sedans as they offer an elevated seating position. They include a station wagon-like cargo area that can be accessed through a flip-up rear hatch door, and many provide all-wheel drive. Larger SUV models can have three rows of seats. Sizes start at subcompact (like the Jeep Renegade and the Mini Cooper Countryman), mid-size, and go all the way to full-size (like the Ford Expedition and the Chevy Suburban).

Great for driving in bad weather
It can be more durable than most vehicles
Great for towing

Not environmentally friendly
It uses more gas than a sedan
Tend to cost more to purchase

Trucks (also known as 'pickups'), like many other cars, have a passenger cab and then an open cargo bed at the back.
Almost all pickups have all-wheel drive and higher elevation for seating, meaning they are great for towing, off-roading and driving in treacherous conditions. Currently, pickup trucks come in two size categories: full-size and mid-size.

Great for towing
Great for those living in states with bad weather
Higher ground clearance

Not great for mpg
It can be costly to maintain
Can have a 'stiffer' ride

We hope the information above has helped you to decide what body style of car will suit you best while searching for used cars in Philadelphia.
Here at Eden Autos, we're more than happy to accommodate you and your needs when looking for used cars in Philadelphia. So get in contact with us today!

Compare Costs Buy New Car vs. Used

Buying used car Philadelphia can save you thousands upfront and over cycles of ownership, but buying new has other advantages.

While buying new cars is enticing, you should take a cold, hard look at how much you could save over time by buying used cars instead.

The average person owns 13 cars in a lifetime, each costing an average of $30,000, according to a report by the National Automobile Dealers Association. If each of those cars was 3 years old, instead of new, you could save nearly $130,000 during your lifetime.

The real money-saver in buying a used car is wrapped up in a sinister-sounding financial word: depreciation.

Car buying’s dirty little secret

Once you fully understand how car depreciation sucks money out of your wallet, you’ll learn how to save boatloads of cash over your lifetime. You often hear that a car loses 20% of its value as soon as you buy it. Yes, in just one minute, a $30,000 car will lose $6,000 as you gleefully drive off. By the end of the first year, mileage and wear and tear could bring that to 30%, or $9,000. Why don’t you feel this big hit? Because it takes effect much later, when you sell or trade in your car.

Take a look at two similar cars, one new and one used.

New-car depreciation: You buy the car for $30,000 and sell it three years later for $15,000. The car has cost you $15,000 in depreciation.

used-car depreciation: Now let’s say you buy the same car, but it's 3 years old when you buy it. You could buy the car for $15,000. Three years later you could sell it for $10,000. So the used car depreciation cost you only $5,000.

Now, if you’re paying attention, you would quickly say, “But driving a brand new car is much better!” You’re absolutely right. So, if driving a new car is worth an extra $10,000 to you, go for it. But don’t say we didn’t warn you.

Forget the old used cars Philadelphia stigmas

It used to be common for people to put down used cars by saying that it was just a way to buy someone else’s problems. That’s not true anymore. Here are two updates on old knocks against used cars of recent vintage.

Reliability: Cars have never been more dependable than they are today. It’s not uncommon for some cars to deliver more than 100,000 miles before needing major repairs.

Maintenance: All cars require regular maintenance such as oil changes, tire rotation, brake jobs. But you can drive today’s cars much farther in between these scheduled maintenance visits. Even tires and brake pads last much longer than before.

More used-car advantages

So it’s pretty clear that buying a used car is much cheaper and that cars in general are more dependable. But take a look at these other advantages:

Lower car insurance rates: When a vehicle is worth less, it costs less to insure it when you're buying collision and comprehensive coverage. You can also drop collision and comprehensive coverage, which pay for repairs to your car, and save even more.

Registry renewals are cheaper: The cost of registering a used car goes down every year.

Move up to a luxury car: Because you can save 30% or more, you can shop in a higher class of cars.

Less stress: Got a ding in the door? Who cares? But when it’s the first dent in your new car, it’s a huge bummer.

New-car advantages

While nearly everything about used cars costs less, buying a new car has its advantages.

New-car shopping is easier: All new cars are assumed to be perfect, so evaluating the condition isn’t a factor. No need to take it to a mechanic. Also, it’s easier to figure out what you should pay for a new car, even if the negotiation process is still a pain.

More used-car options: Automakers offer plenty of incentives to lure buyers, such as cash rebates. New car loans have better interest rates. This means you'll likely pay thousands of dollars less than the frightening sticker price once you negotiate a final price and apply the incentives.

Advanced technology: New features for comfort, performance and safety are introduced in new cars every year. You’ll need to wait several years to get them in used cars.

Peace of mind: A new car will likely be more reliable than a used one, even though pre-owned cars are much more dependable than in the past. If a new car breaks down, you can have it fixed for free under the included factory warranty, at least for the first 36,000 miles or three years that most carmakers offer.

Prestige: Let’s put it this way: You don’t hear many people bragging about the used car they just bought.

An exception to the rule

Not all cars depreciate at the same rate. Some brands are known for holding their value exceptionally well. When you add in possible new-car incentives and low-interest used-car, there are times when buying a new car doesn’t cost much more than buying a 1- or 2-year-old car.

You can find how much cars depreciate on several automotive websites, such as Kelley Blue Book’s 5-Year Cost to Own or Consumer Reports’ Cost of Vehicle Ownership.

What it means for you

Depreciation is a silent killer to your automotive budget. But by buying cars that hold their value, you can minimize the effects. If you’re still on the fence, use a car loan calculator to see how much less your monthly payment would be if you bought used instead of new.

Article Originally published on Nerdwallet.comBy Philip Reed

Philadelphia Used Cars 2021

Why you should Opt out for buying a Used Car in Philadelphia in 2021!

The world as we know it has changed drastically in the previous year and a half. The pandemic has been on a high roller coaster ever since, showing us different signs of it every month. As the uncertainties grow higher, car dealerships in Philadelphia have agreed that 2021 may be absolutely the best year for you to invest in that car you've been eyeing for some time.

The viral pandemic has triggered a significant drop of the prices as the demand has seen a significant collapse since the pandemic started and the deals you can achieve with different dealerships just got more favorable for you! However, buying a brand new car means that your credit score still needs to be very good. Lowering the price depends a lot from day to day, what season it is and your ability to negotiate. This way will require quite some time and hassle from your side.

Buying a used car, on the other hand, can save you some time, help you avoid potential problems and bad looks while you explain why your credit score isn't perfect, and give you the car of your dreams.

Here are our TOP 5 reasons why you should choose to buy used cars in Philadelphia right now!

1. Prices of used cars in Philadelphia just got more affordable!

Prices for used cars soared during the previous months. All over the country the Auto industry has seen a drastic incline in the demand of these vehicles, which made them super expensive, with some models reaching even 50% bigger prices... up until now.

In the beginning of April, as the new vaccines were introduced and pandemic looked like it was going down the hill, the demand and supply became aligned again with many Dealerships putting popular models back to stock!

This means that the price for a used car is now the same as it was last year. There is no insurance on until when these prices will stay like this, as the climax last year was reached in the beginning of summer. Moreover, when compared to brand new cars - used ones are even up to 50% cheaper! The price of an average new vehicle jumped 6% between January of last year, before the coronavirus erupted in the United States, and December to a record $40,578, according to data from Edmunds.com.

Industry is starting to recover, which means new cars are only getting up the value chart as of now. The prices are predicted to hit record high since the Corona hit, which gives us one more reason to opt up for a used car this spring.

2.Act fast before the model you want sells out

Stocks are clearing out with a speed of light across the city. Dealerships are again seeing the incline in the demand with popular models being sold out within a day or two.

If you already know what model you are after, the best advice we can give you is go get it right now. The more you wait, the bigger probability is that someone is going to snatch it. The ever growing demand has left the buyers no other option then to go for the ones less favorable and reliable.

In order to be compliant with the Corona regulations we do propose browsing the internet before going to the dealership itself. Most of them got their offers online when the pandemic hit, so you will be able to compare different models, prices and ways of payment.

Many car Dealerships have stepped up to help you with buying and leasing processes that can be done entirely online and home delivery options that eliminate the need to visit showrooms.

This is also a faster method of getting your desired ride, plus it enables you to reserve your used car so no one else can buy it.

3.Credit Score limit is more flexible for used cars

A credit score is a number between 300 and 850 that represents the credit history information in your credit report. Most consumers have credit histories at each of the three major credit reporting bureaus – Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion.

For used car dealerships it represents your creditworthiness, which is the likelihood you will pay back any money you borrow. The lowest credit score threshold has been changing since March last year. During the first few months of pandemics the demand for cars went way down, which pushed this limit way lower than it ever was. A poor credit score is, in normal circumstances, 300 to 579, while the fair category encompasses the range from 580 to 669. During the pandemic the fair category actually went all the way down to 350 at which point the loans were approved. Nevertheless, the brand new car loans still require great credit scores, which is why many people opt out for used cars. Philadelphia Dealerships are right now offering great offers for these loans so do take advantage of them while they last.

When looking out to get a loan make sure you know how much you can afford and read the small letter. There are a lot of scams going on out there so make sure to do anything to stay safe, Do your research and calculations. One more thing you can try is make a bigger down payment. A down payment can offset the interest, taxes, and fees and widen the selection of vehicles you can choose from.

4. Generous incentive offers

This is one of the great things that automakers and their Dealerships did during the pandemics. They started offering generous incentive possibilities.

If you can afford it, now is an excellent time to get a great deal from a dealer eager to meet sales goals. If you’re looking for a popular car brand, though, you’ll want to move quickly, as dealer inventory of popular models continues to be slim due to extended auto plant closures, model changeovers, and supply chain disruptions.

Several automakers have created discount programs to include health care workers. Ford, for example, gives eligible medical professionals and their families a $500 discount, in addition to whatever other incentives are available on a vehicle.

Ford used car dealerships also took over these incentives.

5. Popular models are back in stock

Lastly, if you want one of the popular models, a big number of used car dealerships in Philadelphia put their best sellers back in stock. Most of them are still on discounted prices so if you hurry you will be able to get a pretty good deal for a car you want.

As we mentioned in the beginning of the article, during the pandemic the best sellers were pulled back from the dealership offer because of the rapid price devaluation. Now that the things are starting to go for the better, dealerships saw their chance and pulled them back as an ace from their sleeve. Luckily for all of us they still do understand that the financial situation for a lot of American is very unfavorable so the discounts are still ongoing. The situation may change any minute now so do take fast but smart actions.

There you have it. 5 reasons to buy used cars and to buy them right now! We live in the rapidly changing fast paced world with no signs of slowing down. Discounts are happening, favorable incentives and good cars are still here, so why not take advantage of the possible best deals you could get even compared to the pre Corona times. Make sure to check all of the paperwork before signing it and have a happy shopping this spring.

Philadelphia Used Car Dealership- Best Road Trips

Road trips are always an adventure and an exciting journey. Here at Eden Autos, we came up with the top 7 places to visit near Philadelphia in your buy here pay here automobile.

1. New Hope, PA
45 minutes away from Philadelphia

New Hope is a beautiful scenic small town that is adjacent to the Delaware River. Main Street in New Hope is well known with plenty to do and see and has been featured in numerous publications such as Travel + Leisure and USA Today! New Hope has lovely shops, lodges and restaurants throughout the town. In particular Peddler’s Village is a hot destination and a must-see. At Peddlers Village you will discover beautiful plants surrounding the village along with countless boutique shops, restaurants, jewelry, clothing, coffee shops, ice cream shops, candy stores, and even a cupcake shop! During the holidays Peddlers Village is decorated and there are events created for family and friends. Sometimes you will see a couple getting their wedding photoshoot at the gazebo or by the stunning flowers. I promise you won’t be upset when visiting such a versatile beautiful and fun destination. Make sure to arrive in our Volkswagen where you can store all the new goodies from shopping at Peddlers Village in New Hope.

2. North Wildwood, NJ
2 hours from Philadelphia

North Wildwood, New Jersey is definitely one of the hot destinations to visit during the summer months. Whether you are looking for a fun time at a bar, ride the rollercoasters on the boardwalk, relax at the beach, fish by the bay, eat seafood by the water, or watch the Italian festival where there are culturally enthusiastic bands and vibrant food, North Wildwood is one of the best beaches to visit in Jersey. Near 1st street you can find a strip of bars and restaurants, one of them called Flip-Flopz where you can hop in their roof deck pool that offers food and drink service while smelling the aroma of the Atlantic Ocean across the street. With your buy here pay here in Philadelphia auto dealer Eden Autos, you can be sure to drive securely with one of our used cars and visit the exciting beachy town of North Wildwood. Whether it’s a daycation or a weeks’ vacation, Eden Auto used cars in Philadelphia is a good option for your trip there. North Wildwood is full of restaurants, bars, boardwalk fun, beach cruisers and unlimited positive energy. Everyone is at the beach to relax and have fun. It is a great time and we at Eden Autos, highly recommend visiting...particularly in one of our Jeeps because it’s the beach and who doesn’t love riding in a jeep in the summer with the wind blowing while blasting the one and only Bob Marley?

3. Annapolis, Maryland
2 hours from Philadelphia

Annapolis, Maryland is another snazzy destination to visit because of its versatile architecture from over four centuries. This upbeat historic but contemporary town has roads that all lead to the water. The nautical heritage connects the Chesapeake Bay with restaurants and boats throughout the neighborhood. Head on over to Main Street from Church Circle to City Dock and you’ll run into dozens of locally-owned fashion boutiques, culturally rich gift shops hidden between pubs, art galleries and historic inns. Many of these shop owners either make these items themselves or import them from far-off lands, just as town merchants have been doing in the past 350 years. Hop in one of Eden Autos used cars, perhaps one of our buy here pay here BMWs and ride to the historic land, culturally rich and Chesapeake fun in Annapolis, Maryland.

4. Hersey, PA
2 hours from Philadelphia

Hersey, PA is another enjoyable place to visit near Philadelphia in your buy here pay here Philadelphia car from Eden Autos! Just be sure not to get chocolate in your new used car as Hersey is the Chocolate capital of the world. Since Hersey is known for its “sweetest place on earth”, cut down on those sweets before visiting this sugary destination because Hersey Park is the land of Chocolate. Enjoy a Hersey’s chocolate milkshake with whipped cream and Hersey chocolate chunks that will bring joy to your taste buds, or during the summer visit Hersey Park for rides, the water park, as well as their newest coaster Candymonium and modern dining & shopping locations inside Hersey’s Chocolatetown. Indulge in a chocolate candy cane body wrap, massage or Hersey dark chocolate treatments at Meltspa by Hersey. When visiting this chocolatey greatness, we recommend riding in our buy here pay here Nissan to get you there. Nissan provides several options whether small or large!

5. Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
2 hours from Philadelphia

Rehoboth Beach is a popular place to visit throughout the year due to its mile long boardwalk, known as one of the city’s best attractions and one of the “Top U.S. Boardwalks” according to National Geographic Magazine. Rehoboth Beach has a diversity of shops, dining, family amusements, and businesses. This tax-free shopping destination is a place where you can enjoy your time at the beach then buy a souvenir within walking distance from the ocean. Not only does Rehoboth include 30 mile pristine coastline, the town also includes nature parks and recreational activities for all ages including kayaking, nature cruises, ferry rides, paddle boarding, surfing, skimboarding, walking trails, sailing and more. In addition to the recreational activities, Rehoboth offers live performing arts making this stay a versatile one. Furthermore, Dewey Beach is just a short walk away from Rehoboth Beach offering beach sports and activities, nightlife, live music, bon fires on the beach and family fun activities. What more can you ask for? On this ride, we at Eden Autos suggest cruising in one of our bigger buy here pay here Chevy used cars so you have enough room for family, friends and souvenirs!

6. The Poconos, PA
2 hours from Philadelphia

The Poconos is an admirable place to visit for many Philadelphians. Not only are there mind blowing views of the mountains but there are beautiful waterfalls you can find hidden in the woods. The Poconos is popular all year around as there are numerous activities in each season. Whether it’s hiking in the spring or snowboarding in the winter, the Poconos is a great choice to travel with your used car from Eden Autos. A great place to stay in the Poconos is Skytop Lodge. This beautiful 5,500-acre playground offers anything from guided hiking trails to yoga classes to photography classes to bike riding through the woods! It’s a beautiful lodge with countless fun activities to do with family and friends. If you are more interested in camping or want another option, check out keen lake where you can set up a tent, rent a cottage, or try glamping! Feel free to rent a kayak or canoe or go swimming in the pool or lake. The world is yours. On this excursion we recommend taking a look at one of our buy here pay here Jeeps. You will be going up and down a lot of hills. Enjoy the ride!

7. Lake George, New York
4.5 hours from Philadelphia

Lake George, New York is a bit further from Philadelphia than the other locations listed here. However, it is a MUST SEE. Lake George’s jewel-blue stream runs roughly 32.19 miles in the heart of the beautiful mountainous Adirondacks. Take a ride in one of our 4 wheel drive Nissans to work your way up the alpine slopes. During the summer you can take a boat ride with friends and family or hop on a cruise for a romantic night with your partner. There are also a ton of restaurants, breweries, unique lodging, and activities for children. Find a getaway and lodge at the waterfront or save some money and bring a tent to go camping. Feel like getting physical? Go on a hike or take a rock climbing class! There is also an air adventure where you and your loved ones can go in a hot air balloon. This beautiful, fun hot spot is a go to vacation spot. Even in the winter you can enjoy snowboarding or skiing, ice skating as the lakes and streams become ice skating rinks. At Lake George, the world is yours! Go to town as there is plenty to do! Chat with one of our customer service reps at Eden Autos and we will be sure to offer you the best buy here pay here vehicle for your travels.

Now that you know 7 AMAZING places to travel to near Philadelphia, consider the conditions and we will get you the best used car for sale in Philadelphia here at Eden Autos. Our buy here pay here Philadelphia location offers a variety of makes and models. We are the best Philadelphia used car dealership because we offer $0 down, 5-day money back guarantee, bumper-to-bumper warranty and only sell quality vehicles. Contact our service rep today at 215-698-9996 or get pre-qualified here.

Small Signs it is Time for Car Repairs

Repairing your car can be a costly endeavor, especially the longer problems are allowed to sit and fester. Sometimes it may not be completely obvious that your car is in need of auto repairs or maintenance, and when a problem does make itself apparent, it can seem like it popped up out of nowhere. However, there are usually signs that indicate a problem is occurring or is imminent. Paying attention to the small signs your car is giving you can end up saving you a bunch of money down on the road on costly repairs and maintenance issues. So let’s explore some of the small signs that you may not have noticed before that indicate that it is time for your car to get repaired or tuned up. 


One of the very first indications that your car is in need of repair or maintenance are new or strange sounds that occur while operating your car. A whining or squealing sounds that occurs when you brake, generally indicates the need for new brake pads. This is a minor maintenance job that needs to be performed regularly to keep your car running safely and smoothly. If you allow your brake pads to go untreated for too long, you may end up damaging your cars’ rotors and calipers too and end up with a very costly repair on your hands. If you hear a clunking or banging sound when driving your car, there may be a loose component somewhere. This is a sound that should not be ignored. Make a service appointment for your car as soon as possible because you don’t want to be driving your car when there are loose components moving around. You could do serious damage to your car and end up paying a fortune in repairs. If you’re hearing a new noise that your car has never made before, don’t wait to seek repairs. These issues will not go away on their own, and the longer you wait to address it the more serious and costly your problem will become. 

Fuel Efficiency 

This can be a hard thing to notice especially if the difference is small, but if your car is getting less mileage per gallon than it used to, you should bring it in for a service appointment and tune up. The more significant the drop in your fuel efficiency, the more serious your problem is. Engine operation, emissions efficiency, and wheel alignment could all be possible culprits behind a reduced fuel efficiency in your car. You don’t want to wait until you fail an emissions test, or your engine breaks down completely before you address this serious issue. You may not even notice other sounds, smells, etc, but if your car is drastically less efficient with fuel than it used to be bring it in. Your vehicle is a big interconnected system of moving parts. When one aspect of this system starts to go wrong it can have dire consequences for the rest of the car. 


Use your nose! If you smell an odor while driving your car it is likely that you are in need of car repairs. The repairs could be minor or they could be major, but the longer you wait the worse the problem will get. Some of the more common odors you may smell from your car are a sweet sugary smell, a burning smell, or a rancid odor smell. If your odor is sweet and sugary smelling, you are most likely dealing with a coolant leak. This could be an issue with your radiator or other cooling components. The bottom line is that you don’t want to leave this untreated. Without proper cooling mechanisms your engine will overheat and get damaged costing you a lot more than your initial coolant leak would have. A burning smell is, you guessed it, indicative of something burning. Generally, it is a sign that you need to get your clutch repaired, but it could also be a problem with your engine, heater, or brakes. You should not drive your car if you smell something burning. Get immediate attention. 


Your car requires a number of different fluids to make sure it is properly functioning. It is not normal to see fluid leaking from anywhere in your car. Even if the only thing leaking from your car is water, it is still a sign that you may have a larger problem on your hands. Leaks that are left untreated for a long enough period of time can do serious damage to your car, and make it unsafe to drive. If you spot a little leak, make an appointment to fix it. You will spend a lot less on minor leak repair than you will if you let the leak go on long enough to cause your car serious damage.

Hard to Start 

Do you struggle to get your engine to turn over? Do you dread starting your car for fear you may not be able to? Chances are this problem is minor and easy to fix! Regular maintenance and tune-ups are a great way to avoid this problem. In all likelihood one of your spark plugs is dead, dying, or misfiring and your engine is having problems turning over as a result. It could also be a battery issue. Do you remember the last time you bought a battery for you car? If you answered no, chances are it is time you got a new battery. Both of these issues are simple fixes, and they’ll get your car running like new again. Don’t wait until your car won’t start to address these issues. You’ll have to tow your car to a shop and that will cost you more in the long run than just going in for a simple engine tune up. 

At Eden Autos we encourage all of our valued customers to take the time to get familiar with their cars and how they work. Train yourself to spot the early signs, and you will never be blindsided by auto repairs ever again! We hope this blog brings value to your life and helps you spot potential repairs before they become too costly!

Best Used Cars for Philadelphia

Philadelphia drivers face a unique set of circumstances. The colonial style and design of the city is breathtaking, but it also means the streets are smaller. Philadelphia also gets its fair share of weather, especially in the winter when the snowfall can get pretty heavy. Philadelphians need a used car that can be versatile on tight streets, and small parking spots, and also be tough and in control when the elements are less than favorable. We’ve worked hard to compile a list of the best used cars for Philadelphia drivers. Take a look at what we came up with and share your thoughts with us! 

Subaru Impreza 

The Impreza is a great car for the drivers of Philadelphia for a number of reasons. First, the Impreza is an all-wheel drive car. This gives drivers superior control and traction when there is snow or a lot of rain on the ground. Philadelphia is no stranger to condensation, especially in the winter, so having a car that can easily handle the elements is key to safe driving in this city. Furthermore, the Impreza gets over 25 miles to the gallon when driving in the city so it is efficient at moving you, and will ensure that you spend less time at the pump. Finally, the Impreza is a compact four door car so you can take your friends or family with you and still parallel park it with ease. Being able to fit into any parking spot is a big advantage in the city. Who wants to spend their drive circling the block looking for parking?

Ford Fusion 

The Fusion is a mid-size sedan that offers a ton of room for passengers in the front and back. This is another used car that comes with AWD and great gas mileage. The Fusion is rated at 25 miles per gallon for city driving. The sleek design of the car and the spacious interior makes it a great option for used car buyers who live in Philadelphia. The Fusion also has very high reliability ratings from J.D. Power so you know that when you buy a Ford Fusion you are getting a quality used car that won’t quit. There are also a bunch of other premium options that were put in the Ford Fusion like heated seats that you may be able to find when you are looking for used cars. This is a solid, smart choice for any Philadelphia driver. The car is very dependable, gets great mileage, and has AWD to help you drive no matter what the conditions are. 

Suzuki SX4

Suzuki cars never got all that popular in America like other Japanese manufacturers. However, Suzuki makes some incredible cars. The SX4, last released in the states in 2012, is one that we would like to highlight. If you can find a Suzuki SX4, you will probably get a great price on it, due to its lack of major popularity in the United States, but you also get a great car that has standard AWD and more storage space than competitors like Honda Civic. The SX4 also does pretty well in terms of gas mileage too. Depending on the model year, you can expect to get anywhere from 21 to 23 miles per gallon while driving in the city. The SX4 is a great used car for people who want reliability, AWD, and efficiency all at a great low price. If you can find a Suzuki SX4, take a good look at it! 

Honda HR-V

This is a great used car option for city drivers, especially if you can get one with AWD. This compact SUV has a ton of versatile space for passengers or cargo, and thanks to its compact design it is easy to parallel park it anywhere in the city. Another advantage that the Honda HR-V offers city drivers is great gas mileage. On average, the HR-V gets about 27 miles to the gallon in the city. Honda is also very good about loading their models with a ton of awesome safety features. Safety features are always important to have, but the peace of mind safety features can provide is even more valuable on congested city streets. The Honda HR-V does it all. This is a great used car choice for Philadelphia drivers.

Toyota Rav-4

This efficient SUV is perfect for Philadelphia drivers for a number of reasons. First, it is an SUV which makes navigating some of the hazards of the road easier. The Rav-4 gets roughly 30 miles to the gallon in the city making it one of the most efficient models on our list. The Rav-4 also boasts a backup camera which makes parallel parking, even with a bigger SUV than the other models on our list, super easy. Drivers don’t have to strain their necks or ask a friend to help them park anymore thanks to the Rav-4’s backup camera. AWD is an option on the Rav-4 so when shopping for used cars you may come across a Rav-4 that has this feature. 

Jeep Wrangler 

The Jeep Wrangler is a classic model that is extremely tough. Jeep’s offer drivers a number of different drive options including 4x4, AWD, and 2WD to ensure that you have the right drive mode for your current driving conditions. Jeep Wranglers with two doors are also surprisingly compact and very easy to park even in the smallest of parking spots. The Jeep Wrangler does sacrifice fuel-efficiency but you won’t find a car that even comes close to the Wranglers performance or durability. It also makes a great used car because it is one of the few models that depreciates very slowly. Jeep Wranglers hold their value for years, and offer drivers significant control over the road. While the Jeep Wrangler was designed for all-terrain situations, it also makes a great city car too. 

We hope you enjoyed our list of best used cars for Philadelphia! At Eden Autos we are proud to be Philadelphians and serve our community. Please stop by to talk with one of our expert sales team members, and browse our entire selection of used cars!
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