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Let’s take a few minutes to appreciate the beauty that surrounds us all. I’m not talking about dumb stuff like mountains and rivers; I’m talking about real beauty, like every time we see a new Kia on the road.
There wasn’t a lot of outrage when Dodge decided that the Grand Caravan needed to go. There was a little bit of curiosity and maybe some shock from certain family oriented car buyers, but no one threw much of a fuss about the news.
Could the new Cadillac CT6 look like this? Cadillac has spent the better part of its existence in catch-up mode, breathing in the exhaust of Mercedes-Benz and wiping BMW’s tire smoke out of its eyes.
The mile-markers fly by; one every 100 seconds or so. Adrenaline rushes through your body as fast as the wind passes through your hair.
Scion is dead. Long live Scion. The Toyota experiment of creating a lower priced car for youth has seen limited success.
I used to know a family who went everywhere in a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van. You know the one. It’s long, tall, and looks dangerously top-heavy as it weaves through city streets.
“Tier 2″ does not mean “inferior.” Is a Lincoln as good as a Lexus? Can an Acura take down an Audi? Will an Infiniti be as good as a BMW?
John “Bugsy” Lawlor and the New England Motor Press Association gave one of New England’s worst winters ever an emphatic boot this past weekend.
Yesterday came the surprising news that the Volkswagen Beetle could be axed in favor of something new.
The Volkswagen Beetle has a long history in the United States, and an even longer past in the rest of the world.
Would you rather have a long warranty on your car, or have a car that features more technology? General Motors says it knows your answer to that question and is reducing the length of its warranty in favor of building cars with higher levels of connectivity.
It’s that time of year again. Well, not really, but we can certainly start looking forward to it. As the days get longer, the air gets warmer, and the smells get a little sweeter, it’s hard not to dream about one thing: convertibles.
I love snow. I’m honestly a little jealous that a good majority of the country got buried this winter while I sat and watched my local ski hill warm up and close for the season by February.
Let’s spend a little time talking about grilles. The face of a car defines its personality. Cars have been made and broken, praised and ridiculed, based on the front end alone.
We were just showering the Jeep Wrangler with some love and touting its prowess for being one of the best go-anywhere vehicles money can buy.
Who’s buying the Volkswagen Tiguan? That’s the first question. Secondly, who’s buying so many of them that Volkswagen needs to invest a billion dollars in upgrades to the plant that will make the next version?
“Remember, we’re taking the greenhouse,” my wife said. My heart fell to my knees. It was bad enough that we had to take the 10 years of stuff that had accumulated in the garage.
Being in Geneva right now would be a lot like being at the birth of the universe and witnessing the unveiling of the first stars.
Gas prices in my area are inching up again after getting into the dollar-and-a-half-per-gallon range.
We here at The CarGurus Blog give a lot of love to the Jeep Wrangler. The classic off-roader has garnered a lot of mentions on these pages, with rarely anything negative being said.