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With Independence Day this weekend, we thought it would be an ideal time to take a look at some of the most “American” cars on sale today.
I’m going to describe a problem with my car, and I want you to take some guesses on what year and make of car I own.
It’s a great time to be in the market for a pickup. Manufacturers have gone to great lengths to improve their trucks’ ride, interiors, and exteriors.
How’d it feel, Camaro, to be the muscle car sales king? It lasted about six years. You managed to outsell the Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger while giving the automotive press and middle-aged gearheads aneurysms with your cartoon-ish retro looks.
It seems the old days of American-made cars consisting only of Ford, Chevy, and Chrysler have faded into the past faster than this season’s Red Sox victories.
Gas prices are low, hybrids have lost their luster, and competition is fierce for alternative-fuel cars.
Is Chrysler ready for another merger? The U.S. automaker recently wrapped up a takeover by Italian automaker FIAT and was subsequently renamed FIAT Chrysler Automobiles, or FCA.
I have mixed emotions about the arrival of the Alfa Romeo Giulia in the United States. On one hand, it’s one of the biggest moments in the history of cars in this country.
So, the time has come to part with your used car. You’re moving on to a different vehicle, but what should you do with the one that has served you so well?
Can anyone beat it? There aren’t many ways to compete with the Porsche Cayman. Porsche is the most formidable player in the sports car world and the Cayman is as good as somewhat-affordable sports cars get.
While Volkswagen remains obsessed with selling enough cars to become the largest automaker in the world, Subaru remains content with being one of the smallest.
The white Tahoe sat in the median between the north/south lanes of the freeway. Personal belongings were scattered for dozens of feet in all directions.
Do you recognize the logo in this picture? Look close. You’ll see a familiar shape in the car but the logo itself is probably completely unknown.
No matter what the application, technology always advances. In the 1980s, Casio was famous for its Databank watch.
When you’re asked to think of the biggest car flop of all time and the ugliest car ever made, there’s one car that is most likely to come to mind.
Going new car or used car shopping this weekend? There are a lot of choices out there, and it can be tough to decide.
Today let’s discuss one of the endless debates in car ownership. It’s the bane of existence for owners everywhere and the justification many people give for buying a new car.
Let’s take a few minutes to talk about Tesla, because things at the electric automaker are about to get seriously supercharged.
“Hey watch this, kids,” I said as I lifted my feet off the pedals off my 2013 Subaru Legacy. “This car’s so cool because it senses cars in front of it and stops itself.” I should mention that I was on the Interstate going about 60 miles per hour as traffic up ahead slowed to a crawl.
The Mustang Shelby GT350 came up behind me far too fast. I could see its menacing grille approaching in my mirror and I briefly thought it might hit me.