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We can’t seem to escape news about Tesla lately. The company is dominating headlines on auto blogs and news websites across the Internet.
I’m going to try to avoid mentioning grandparents in this post, because the days of Buicks coming with AARP cards are officially gone.
If you’ve never heard of the Troller T4, it might be time for you to copy and paste that name into a Google search and then marvel at the images staring back at you.
The Honda Accord V6 was one of those cars that American families once loved for its comfort, reliability, responsiveness, and speed.
In 1998 a friend purchased a used 1994 Dodge Viper. I’d never seen a Viper in person, and the car took my breath away.
Don’t say you saw this coming: The Honda Ridgeline is making a name for itself as a competitive midsize pickup.
Like it or not, we are moving toward a future of gas-free automobiles. We discuss the topic often, but two recent developments suggest that the end of the fossil-fuel era could happen sooner than we once thought.
We’ve all known people who sell their cars before they turn past 100,000 miles. That was probably a wise move back in the 1980s, but today’s vehicles can live well past that mark, even doubling or tripling it with proper care.
The open roads of America are hard to ignore this time of year. Millions of people heed their call and embark on trips throughout this grand country.
Fog is a known killer on highways around the world, but a popular accessory to battle the soupy stuff is starting to fade away from today’s vehicles.
When people shop for cars, they typically stay local. But a new CarGurus study revealed that expanding your search to other metro areas can yield substantial savings.
Everyone has one. For my dad it was a 1967 Mercury Cougar. My wife’s was a 1974 Porsche 911 Sportomatic.
Any luxury automaker that doesn’t have a premium compact on the market is missing out on a huge, and potentially imperative, market.
2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon There aren’t many cars that require the buyer to sign a waiver before driving it off the lot.
Barring the stratospheric price of the Ford GT, the Blue Oval isn’t exactly known for high-priced luxury.
As you’re probably aware by now, CarGurus allows users to post cars for sale at no charge on the website.
2018 Honda Civic Type R Dire predictions of an entire generation having zero emotion toward cars have fueled predictions of an unprecedented “buyers strike” in America.
Safety is quickly becoming a trademark quality for Tesla. The California-based electric carmaker builds the Model S sedan, which achieved the best safety rating of any car ever tested back in 2013.
2017 Chevy Bolt One of the benefits of owning an electric car is not needing to buy gasoline. The cost savings add up year after year, even when you include the cost of electrons to recharge the batteries.
Last week a friend on Facebook shared a post from Toyota that compared the new 86 sports car to the classic 2000GT.