The Trax belongs to the fast-growing subcompact SUV class, a dress-size smaller than, say, a Honda CR-V or Toyota RAV4.
Less than three weeks after Dish Network CEO Joseph Clayton announced the company’s new $20 per month, Internet-based streaming TV service, and a few weeks before its public launch (Sling hasn't set an exact launch date yet, but has assured us it's coming soon), we got an invitation to try out Sling TV.
Until recently, the only approved way to dispose of expired or leftover opioid painkillers, such as Oxycontin, Percocet, and Vicodin, was to flush them down the toilet or wait for a drug take-back day nearby.
Car tires are a big deal, and they are big business. Each year, nearly 3 billion miles are put on tires in the United States, and there are 11,000 tire-related crashes, with 200 fatalities.
When it comes to getting the best price when you go shopping, don't assume that a retailer charges the same prices in the store as it does online.
With each passing redesign, freshening, and advertising campaign, Lincoln tries to reposition the brand so it appeals to younger buyers than its traditional AARP members.
The very notion of the connected home implies a bevy of devices, fixtures, and appliances that you can control remotely to improve your life in some meaningful way.
For most fans looking for Super Bowl XLIX tickets, this year’s game in Glendale, Arizona, between the the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks might as well be played on the moon.
The high cost of higher education is a huge burden for students and their families. And at a time when more jobs in today’s economy require at least some college experience, the rising prices of college—encompassing tuition, housing, food, books, transportation, and more—are affecting more Americans.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx announced yesterday that the government will be adding two high-tech braking technologies to the list of safety gear it recommends to car shoppers: crash-imminent braking (CIB), also known as autobrake or autonomous braking; and dynamic brake support (DBS), a smart brake assist.
What’s not to like about the Super Bowl, that annual early-February football fiesta? Apparently a lot, according to a recent nationally representative survey of 1,015 Americans conducted by the Consumer Reports National Research Center.
Pullout faucets, which are ideal for rinsing dishes and spraying down the sink, have become fairly commonplace.
You might have heard about air disappearing from footballs, but it’s no mystery that air does vanish from your tires. All tires tend to leak over time—some models more than others, as we found in a year-test.
Walmart's announcement earlier this week that it would offer a faster, less expensive way for taxpayers to get their state and IRS tax refund in cash sounds promising, particularly for those who lack bank accounts.
Intuit, the maker of tax software giant TurboTax, has announced it will provide certain buyers of its desktop tax software a $25 rebate.
Constantly rushing to the bathroom is a common complaint among among the millions of men who develop an enlarged prostate gland, or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).
Close your ears, 4x4 hard-liners. The newest Jeep, the small Renegade, is an Italian job, and a pretty clever heist.
Mobile carriers have a habit of advertising deals for which only customers with stellar credit scores to qualify.
The Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas features the latest appliances, but most are not fully set up to run in the convention center.
When they’re not hard at work in the labs or out in the field, the many testers, editors, writers, and market analysts from Consumer Reports’ Home team can often be found catching up on their favorite home improvement shows—or shouting at the TV during the ones they like the least.