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Yesterday we attended the New England Motor Press Association (NEMPA)’s panel discussion on the future of green vehicle technology, California’s Zero Emission Vehicle mandate, and mass-market adoption of these technologies.
I can’t believe I’m saying this, but I don’t think Toyota should build an inexpensive sports car. If you know anything about me, you know I’m a freak about sports cars.
Memorial Day weekend fast approaches. It’s a great time for new and used car shopping with summer just around the corner.
I’ve grown up believing that the service department of a car dealer is the most expensive place to get your car repaired or serviced.
“What’s the best car I can buy?” The question pops up quite often at family gatherings, social events, in random Facebook messages, and anywhere people find out I write for a car blog.
Have you ever had an airbag deploy in your car? I’m lucky because the only airbags I’ve ever seen in use have been in videos of crash tests.
There are some things you don’t expect to see when you seclude yourself deep in the woods for the weekend. Those things are: A cell phone signal Air conditioning A perfect 1967 Ford Mustang GT500 This last weekend, deep in the forest of North Idaho and near the pristine shores of the expansive Lake Pend Oreille, my family and I saw all three.
Hard work pays off. Hopefully, you’ll get out of a job what you put into it. If you’re a hardworking person, you’ll likely receive an opportunity to move up in the world.
Toyota is one of the world’s largest automakers but at least one of its coolest cars is the result of a partnership with another automaker.
This weekend the all-new 2016 Chevrolet Camaro will debut in Detroit. Chevy has slowly teased photos in an attempt to whip up a media frenzy.
A few years ago the idea of buying an $80,000+ electric car that has limited range, few places to fuel-up, and no dealer network was a laughable proposition.
Today we’re going to cover a spread of two and a half decades on a single page. Specifically we are going to discuss two cars that are 25 years apart and have absolutely nothing in common except a certain attribute that can make even the most forgetful car something special.
I’m writing this from a waiting room inside the service department of an auto dealership. I can’t say I like it here.
It used to be that selling a car meant posting an ad in the newspaper classifieds, fielding phone calls, arranging test drives, and accepting a hand-written check as payment before the buyer drove happily into the sunset.
Mother’s Day is quickly approaching, and if you still haven’t gotten Mom that gift to show her you appreciate all those years she lost out to raising the fine individual you have become, you might want to look into some quick gift ideas.
On the road to 200,000! I want to drive to the moon. Not literally, of course. The moon is about 240,000 miles away from Earth and, last I heard, the highway there hasn’t been completed yet.
In the car-selling business, there is a term “days to turn.” It refers to how long a vehicle sits on a dealership lot before it sells.
Despite how it might look, this is not a post about the new Mercedes-Benz G-Class. Very few of us will ever test-drive or purchase Merc’s veritable luxury performance off-roader, and even fewer will step foot into a G63 AMG or G65 AMG.
Ford’s gamble with the aluminum 2015 F-150 could have ended two ways: As an embarrassing failure As a trendsetting new way to build trucks Ram, with its little comment about aluminum’s best use being for beer cans, pretty much secured its future of steel bodies.
Could Mazda singlehandedly save the manual transmission *and* make FIAT exciting again? Those might seem like two completely unrelated things but the new 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata has the potential to do both. It’s a tall order from an automaker that ranks 15th in size by production worldwide, but sometimes it’s the smaller guys who rise up to make the biggest impact.