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Typically, when researching a new car-focused story, the go-to sources are The Detroit News, Automotive News, a few car-focused blogs and websites, and maybe a more business-oriented publication, like Forbes.
The midlife crisis car may have switched from the Corvette to the Cayenne. The Baby Boomer generation is arguably responsible for more Corvette sales than any other generation of Americans, but the aging demographic now appears to prefer more comfortable and practical luxury SUVs to low-slung sports cars.
Testing a car on a race track is a patently different experience than testing on back roads. It’s true—there are some details you simply can’t derive from a track test.
Tesla is becoming the Apple of the car industry. Well, the Apple of five years ago, at least. We have to go back to when the tech giant routinely innovated with new hardware and then challenged the rest of the industry to catch up.
Automakers love the media attention they receive when one of their vehicles passes the million-mile mark.
Photo: KGP Photography The Jeep Commander has earned a spot on our list of the best “dead” cars to buy, but its successor might be worth waiting for if you have the desire for a luxury SUV that carries the name of a Jeep with a legendary past.
With Halloween around the corner, CarGurus investigated some discontinued car models to find whether or not there were any “zombie cars” lurking around the website.
A car grabbed my attention from about four lengths ahead on the highway coming into downtown. A Bentley?
We prefer to drive with a stick, thank you, but we know manuals aren’t always faster, cheaper, and less expensive anymore.
About a year ago I bought a Porsche. I probably should have listened to my father-in-law, who has raced Porsches and owned roughly eleven 911s.
What if there were no more small automakers? The automotive world continues to consolidate and large automakers either push the smaller ones out of the market or swallow them up as part of an expanding empire.
That headline might have served as a teaser to get people to click just a few short years ago. In today’s world, though, technology advances at the speed of light, and a ban on internal combustion engines is a very real possibility.
When you’re on the hunt for a new car, certain details are likely at the top of your mind. All-wheel drive?
General Motors thinks it can save diesel. Volkswagen’s collapse has left a large segment of diesel refugees without a home.
Renault’s Trezor Concept This year’s Mondial De L’Automobile Paris (Paris Motor Show) featured many automakers’ takes on the future of automobiles, but we wanted to take a moment to reflect on one of the more outlandish unveilings.
One of the joys of shopping for a new car is knowing that the price you see on the window sticker is just a starting point for negotiation.
2011 Fisker Karma Earlier this decade, Henrik Fisker launched the world’s first premium plug-in range-extended electric luxury sports sedan.
It seems there’s always something new to say about the Camaro and Mustang, even though their duel has been going strong since the 1960s.
Regardless of which side of the aisle you stand on, the 2016 presidential election has brought new meaning to “political theater.” Every election features its fair share of attack ads, smear campaigns, and slander, but with two unprecedentedly polarizing candidates, it’s no stretch to assume people are watching debates, social media at their fingertips, just to hear what the “other guy” will say.
Electric cars are having their day in the limelight at the Paris Motor Show. Not only are electric cars starting to appear at the world’s auto shows, they are fast becoming the star attractions.