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Ford Bronco and Ranger Poised for Comeback

Either call me clairvoyant or a bumbling blogger with a predisposition to choosing unlikely topics that come true.

Investing In Cars Could Save Your Life

You wouldn’t think a former school teacher could have owned so many rare and exceptional cars in his life.

CarGurus’ Top Ten Family-Friendly Kid-Haulers

With another school year about to begin, parents nationwide are preparing to spend lots more time driving children to and from after-school activities.

Transmissions: With So Many Numbers, How Do You Choose?

Once upon a time automotive transmissions were simple things. Three-on-the-tree was a popular manual transmission mounted on the steering wheel through the early ‘70s.

Chevrolet Missed the Mark With This New Ad

Dear Chevrolet, I’m embarrassed for you. I watched your new advertisement for the Silverado and I can only shake my head and wonder what you were thinking.

Here Comes the Revolution of Nissan’s Z Car

When I was nothing but a gleam in my father’s eye, he raced his 1967 Mercury Cougar XR-7, with the 390 cubic-inch Ford V8, against anything that was up for the challenge.

Your Next Buick: Made in China?

The gleaming new Buick sits in your driveway. It’s a proud statement of your success and a beautiful example of American design and ingenuity of engineering.

A Scary Reminder to Perform Some Basic Maintenance

If this is on the car, imagine what’s in the car As you might have heard, the state of Washington is currently on fire.

Have Hypercars Met Their Nemesis?

It’s time for your Friday dose of extreme unobtainable automobile extravagance. Today’s example comes from the U.S.

Which to Choose: Alfa Romeo 4C Spider or Mazda MX-5 Miata?

Two great open-air, 2-seat roadsters have hit the marketplace recently: the 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider and the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata.

Guess Who Would Have Been 50 This Month?

Nine days ago there was a birthday that went largely unacknowledged. On August 11, 1965, a legend was born that would go down in history as one of the most influential of its kind.

Honda Won’t Let it Go: New Ridgeline Coming Next Year

Remember the movie Rudy, about the young man who desperately wanted to play football for Notre Dame but lacked the resources to make it happen?

Should a First Car Be a Supercar?

Life is good when your first car is a Lamborghini. At least, it appears to be good if you’re the kid enjoying the attention your car generates.

Make Room for More Suburbans

There could be 60,000 extra General Motors SUVs on American roads next year. I want to say more but first you should sit and let that marinate for a few seconds.

The Best New Convertibles You Can Actually Buy

Fun fact: Barbie’s awesome wardrobe wasn’t what made her cool. Her sweet dream house didn’t make her cool, her friend Ken didn’t make her cool, and her absurd, unattainable, and potentially psychologically debilitating body proportions certainly didn’t make her cool either.

These SUVs Paved the Way for the F-PACE

Cold testing the Jaguar F-PACE Before the crossovers of today roamed the roads, the SUVs of yesterday paved the way to give them smooth access.

How to Get the Best Deal on a New Car

The world where new car dealers compete for your business is a place only the savviest buyers know exists.

Once You Go Electric…

We’ve all heard the horror stories of electric car owners getting stranded after venturing too far from home.

The Case for Self-Driving Cars Becomes Clear

I used to think that the advent of self-driving cars would be the downfall of society. I thought they’d take away our freedoms and turn us into mindless commuters.

Lexus Wants to Change the Rules of the Game

Some people buy cars with reckless abandon. They need a car, they go to their favorite dealer, they pick a car, they agree to buy it, they write a check, and they drive away.