Our Top 10 Favorite Auto Blogs

We just recently launched our own automotive-geared blog after being inspired by many of the other auto industry blogs we read on nearly a daily basis. What can we say? We’re obsessed.

At DriveTime, we’re not just a car company that sells used cars, we are auto enthusiasts who want everyone to have the opportunity to experience the fun and passion we do when we get behind the wheel of a car. So, while we continue to write blog posts and articles we think you’ll find interesting, we put our heads together and compiled a list of our top 10 favorite automotive blogs.

  1. Jalopnik – Daily automotive news and gossip for those obsessed with the cult of cars.
  2. Automotive News – The blog for North America’s pre-eminent newspaper covering the automotive industry.
  3. Auto Week  – Get the latest car news, car reviews, auto show updates, and racing news fromAutoweek. News for the auto enthusiast.
  4. AutoBlog – Up-to-the-minute automotive news along with reviews, podcasts, high-quality photography and commentary about automobiles.
  5. eGMCarTech – Dedicated to providing our visitors with the latest news on the automotive industry along with reviews and live coverage of auto shows.
  6. The Car Connection – Get the inside scoop on new cars: car reviews, car photos, test drive results, technical specs and more. Comprehensive car reviews from auto experts.
  7. TopGear News – Straight from the BBC in the UK, TopGear focuses on the latest supercars, motor shows, spy shots and new car launches from around the world.
  8. The Truth About Cars – All about new cars – reviews, ratings and pricing.
  9. Cars.com Kicking Tires – From one of the leading used car marketplaces, Cars.com covers concept cars, new car reviews, recalls and safety.
  10. NADA Used Car and Truck Blog – The leading provider of used vehicle values for dealers, lenders, insurers and government organizations.

This was a tough list to put together, and there are a lot of other great auto blogs out there. Do you have a favorite? Let us know yours in the comments below and maybe it’ll make our next list!


  1. Joe Mize   •  

    Do not buy a car from drivetime! Bought one 5 weeks ago and it broke down. They said sorry you will not get any help. One week out of warranty. Not a good place to buy a car!

    • Customer Relations   •  

      Hello Joe,

      Thank you for reaching out to provide your feedback. I am truly sorry to hear that you are unhappy with your vehicle due to the mechanical issues you had encountered outside of your Limited Warranty coverage.

      While this warranty coverage is only intended to be active during the first 30-days/1,500-miles, please know that we make our best effort to assess individual cases in which malfunctions arise shortly outside of that window, and seek to provide assistance whenever available.

      In order to ensure that all assistance options have been explored, please know that I will be reaching out to you within 24-48 business hours. If you are in need of more immediate assistance, please know that my Customer Relations team can be reached at (888) 290-0148.


      Jacob – Customer Relations

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