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Honda has sold more than 18 million Civics since the car’s 1973 debut, making it the sixth best selling car of all time, according to the Cheat Sheet.
Kia Motors introduced the 2016 Kia Optima at the New York International Auto show a couple of weeks ago as part of an effort to revitalize the brand.
If you heard the term “Standard of the World” 100 years ago, only one thing would come to mind: Cadillac.
We now have proof that almost any car can pass the 200,000-mile mark. Earlier this week we were a little put off by a list of cars likely to last 200,000 miles that included only Toyota and Honda vehicles.
My daughter’s birthday nearly ended in the bitter cold, stranded on the side of the road in a questionable area of downtown.
Certain machines come to mind when we stop to think about cars that are built for driving. The usual suspects are BMW, Porsche, and anything else that can be brought out to the track and tear things up straight from the factory floor.
This used to be a fairly common rule regarding car ownership: Get rid of it before it hits 100,000 miles.
When does braking feel like hitting a brick wall? When you try to apply the brakes using the wrong foot.
The 2015 New York International Auto Show will come to a close this weekend, and as usual, automakers packed the Javits Center with beautiful new vehicles in hopes of making as big a splash as they could during the crowded hypefest.
Don’t let this happen to your car Bad things happen when brake lines leak. Who’s to blame when they do?
There’s not a bad sedan on the market today. Any sedan, from any automaker that sells cars in the United States, will provide safe and reliable transportation for many years.
When people talk about Lincoln, we often hear the terms “unremarkable,” “dated,” “second-tier,” and, “Beluga whale” used to describe its cars.
The last time someone knocked on my door, I answered to the flashing lights of a fire truck. While scary, it turned out to be nothing more than a warning about a burn ban and a firm request to put out the remains of a campfire I had smoldering in the front yard.
Catching a glimpse of a supercar in my town is a rare event, so when I pulled up to my neighborhood grocery store yesterday and saw an Aston Martin Vantage in the parking lot, I lost my marbles.
Winter has finally started to recede here in New England, but that doesn’t mean practical vehicles are going anywhere.
What model Mercedes is this? We shall call them the Badge Swappers. We’ve all seen these guys and gals on the road, hidden behind the steel and glass veil of their cars.
2016 Chevy Malibu This is the hardest time of the year to be a car blogger. Like Black Friday sales, the jokes of April Fools’ Day are starting to creep into the day prior.
Boston winters can be hard on a car, be it Big-Dig-size potholes destroying suspensions, road salt rendering undercarriages rusty and weak, or space-saving old beach chairs leaving ugly dents and scrapes on new vehicles.
The cars of the future won’t fly. They will be road-going turbocharged gas-powered cars. Well, in the immediate future, anyway.
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