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October 08, 2015
And Here Come the Volkswagen Diesel Lawsuits!
Facing record fines from governments isn't Volkswagen's only problem. It's also facing millions of defrauded buyers -- and they're lawyering up.
October 07, 2015
Why the UAW-Big Three Talks Are So Tense
Talks between the Big Three and the UAW are at loggerheads, and there's still a long way to go in this round of contract negotiations. Here's what's at stake.
October 04, 2015
Go Ahead, Buy That Red Car: 5 Car Insurance Myths
Everyone has car insurance, but how well do you know your policy? These are the 5 most common myths that need to be put to bed once and for all.
October 03, 2015
The 10 Fastest Cars of the Past 20 Years
Only one car at a time can be the fastest in the world, and just 10 cars have been able to claim the title in the past two decades.
October 02, 2015
3 of the Worst Times to Buy a Car
Buying a car is a huge decision, and it's one you should not make at these times.
September 26, 2015
7 Commander-in-Sweet Presidential Cars
Nothing conveys a powerful statement quite like a powerful car. Here's how 7 U.S. presidents rode around during their tenure as commander-in-chief.
September 12, 2015
8 Current Concept Vehicles That Need to Be Built
We all love seeing the craziest ideas and concept cars at the world's auto shows every year, but these 8 need to hit production. Now.
September 11, 2015
7 Vehicles Bordering Between Muscle and Sports Cars
Muscle and sports cars have traditionally stayed in their respective corners, but there are exceptions. Here are 7 models flirting with crossing the line.
September 08, 2015
3 Tricks Car Salesmen Use that Everyone Should Know How to Handle
Consumers report dealing with salespeople as one of their top frustrations when buying a car. Here are a few car salesmen tricks and how to get a leg up.
September 04, 2015
A Vetting Process: The World’s 10 Quickest Corvettes
The Chevy Corvette is as timeless as it is quick. Here are the 10 fastest production Corvettes ever made.
August 27, 2015
The Most Foolish Way to Ride a Motorcycle
Currently, only 19 states have universal helmet laws, but why do states feel the need to pass helmet laws in the first place?
August 08, 2015
Car Loans: Are Longer Terms a Bad Thing?
Car loan terms are longer than ever, but is this necessarily a bad thing? Could there be hidden benefits to financing a car over a longer period of time?
July 28, 2015
4 Times the Camaro Copied the Ford Mustang
The new Camaro has some Mustang in its profile and turbo 4. It's not the first time Chevy did some copying of its rival.
July 23, 2015
10 Illegal Vehicle Options You May Not Be Able to Enjoy
Call it micromanaging, or the effects of the nanny state, but there are several modifications that are illegal to make to your vehicle. Here are 10 of them.
July 18, 2015
5 Mind-Numbingly Expensive Auto Accidents
This isn't a fender-bender in your Corolla -- these accidents involving some of the world's most expensive cars will make you cringe.
July 16, 2015
6 Real Cars That Look Like the Batmobile
If Batman were actually around, what could he use as a real-life Batmobile? These six cars might be in the running for the role.
July 15, 2015
9 of the Most Stylish Car Interiors You Can Buy on Every Budget
The outside of the car is important and all, but its inside is where you'll be spending all of your time.
July 12, 2015
The 6 Best Hondas That You Can’t Buy in America
There have been a lot of Hondas over the years that were well designed, practical, fun, and reliable as... well... a Honda. But unfortunately we never got them!
July 05, 2015
The American Sedan: From Fleet-Filler to Fully Competitive
The U.S. auto industry was at one point built on the success of its sedans, and after years of bland, uncompetitive choices, the American sedan is back.
July 03, 2015
7 Reasons Why We Buy Japanese Instead of American Cars
Over the course of the last few decades Americans have grown increasingly fond of Japanese automobiles, and here are a few key reasons why.
June 22, 2015
Is This the End of Volkswagen AG as We Know It?
After 20-plus years of autocratic reign by former CEO Ferdinand Piëch, Volkswagen Auto Group is on the cusp of going though some revolutionary changes.
June 20, 2015
The Best Time to Trade in Your Car
New cars are great, but they're also expensive. How do you go about determining when it's finally time to get rid of your old car and upgrade to a new ride?
June 20, 2015
The World’s Most Secretive Car Company Returns With BMW Power
For 70 years, Bristol has been one of the most exclusive and secretive automakers in the world. Can a new BMW-powered car bring the company into the 21st century?
June 18, 2015
How Chevy and Isuzu Are Teaming Up For Something Big
Nearly 10 years after the GM-Isuzu partnership went bust, the two have partnered again to build a new truck for Chevy.
June 18, 2015
Shell Turns to Its Racing Fuel to Inspire the Next Generation of Gas
After dominating global business for over 100 years, big oil is feeling the pinch from alternative fuels. Here's how it plans to survive in the future.
June 17, 2015
How U.S. Plug-In Vehicle Sales Fell Behind Europe in 2015
European EV sales are crushing U.S. numbers for the first time ever -- and it isn't even close. Here's what's happening.
June 16, 2015
Britain’s Most Insane Sports Car Maker Will Be Coming Back for 2017
After building some of the most unique sports cars in the world for 60 years, TVR shut its doors in 2006. Can a new group of owners and from motorsport legends revive it?
June 16, 2015
How Hyundai Could Become a Luxury SUV Brand
As sales of its premium Genesis sedan heat up, Hyundai has confirmed that they are considering a premium full-size SUV to take on the world's best.
June 16, 2015
Will the Upcoming Aston Martin Crossover Come From Alabama?
British legend Aston Martin is building a crossover SUV, and is considering Alabama for its all-new factory. Strange as it sounds, this move could make a lot of sense.
June 14, 2015
Why This Has Been a Big Week For Tesla
Tesla announced that Model X deliveries are on schedule, its CFO is retiring, and it sounds like the battery swapping is being put on ice.
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