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Flappers. Beatniks. Hippies. Hipsters. The media never tires of creating new terms for members of the younger generation.
Your world has gotten way more complicated in recent months if you’re in the market for a compact truck.
It’s that time of year many people look forward to: tax refund season. It’s also the time of year used-car dealers look forward to, because people use those refunds to buy new-to-them cars.
Without any logos, could you guess the car? A new ad from Chevrolet suggests that the Chevy logo on a car reduces its value by about $40,000.
Remember all the recall-related headlines of the past two years? Those manufacturer errors account for only about 2% of deaths on the road.
Who doesn’t love low gas prices? There’s a certain glee that one gets while driving through a city or hustling down a highway and seeing those glowing gas station signs with prices that start with a one.
Do you remember the first time you bought a new car? Mine was in 2004. The Honda Pilot was in its second model year and I had to have one.
Here are the carmakers that you might expect to field competition to the BMW 3 Series: Audi Mercedes-Benz Lexus Acura Infiniti Jaguar Volvo Each of those automakers builds a vehicle that could be considered a sports sedan and each has its own selling points and unique qualities when compared with BMW’s venerable sedan.
This weekend will cap the 2015 NFL football season with one of television’s most watched events: the Super Bowl.
Could you imagine Ford discontinuing the Fusion? Or Mazda doing away with the Mazda3? Of course not. Those are core models for the brands and it would be complete insanity to cancel them without an improved replacement ready to go.
Some assignments are just too good to pass up. Somebody needed to watch the current crop of automotive commercials for Super Bowl 50, and who better than me?
Perhaps you’ve heard by now that Scion will soon be a thing of the past. The brand that Toyota created 13 years ago to win younger buyers and act as a platform for new ideas will dissolve.
This weekend, the Panthers will take on the Broncos in Super Bowl 50. Historically, it’s a bit of a David versus Goliath matchup, although the Vegas spread has the traditionally maligned Panthers as a 6-point favorite.
Jeep Gladiator Concept Last week on this blog we proposed some of the cars that are worth re-imagining with different bodies.
You’ll laugh the first time you see a narrow car on the road. There aren’t many just yet, so unless you’re driving the streets of Japan, San Francisco, Los Angeles, or Seattle, your odds of seeing a narrow car are about the same as stumbling across a traveling fleet of motorized La-Z-Boys.
The Ford F-150 Raptor takes everything we know about full-size trucks and dials it up to 11. The coming 2017 version of the truck might even take it up to 12.
The Jeep Wrangler is an insanely popular car. Not only is it one of the most sought-after used cars on CarGurus, but it also retains its initial value better than any other car on the market.
The price of electric cars is quickly falling into the $30,000 range. The Nissan Leaf, the upcoming Chevy Bolt, and, presumably, next year’s Tesla Model 3, will all be available for right around the price of the average new car.
In the course of a year, it’s possible to review more than 75 new cars, trucks, and crossovers when you’re an automotive journalist.
I didn’t learn to back up a trailer until I was 37 years old. Until then, panic set in whenever it came time to go backwards with anything attached to the hitch of my car.