According to a study done by the University of Scranton, the three most popular New Year’s resolutions this year are losing weight, getting organized and saving money. Enjoying life to the fullest, staying fit and learning something exciting came in fourth, fifth and sixth, in that order.

Resolve to have some fun if you buy a car in 2015 (Ford Motor Co.)

We can’t help you get organized, and you should be visiting the U.S. News Health site if you’re looking to get into shape or lose weight (they release their Best Diets rankings in January). While our team thinks learning how to buy a car and the difference between leasing and financing is exciting, we understand that those aren’t the topics most New Year’s resolution-makers have in mind.

However, we can help you save some cash and enjoy life to the fullest if you’re also planning on buying a car in 2015. We talked to automotive analysts, writers and editors – people who eat, sleep and dream car buying – about what resolutions they think car shoppers should make for 2015. Their answers will help you find a car that’s right for you, which will make your life more enjoyable. They also share what you need to resolve to do to get the best deal on a car, which will help you spend less and save more.

If buying a car is on your to-do list for 2015, check out the Best New Year’s Resolutions for Car Buyers