• 2016 Cadillac CTS-V Rips to a 200 MPH Top Speed

    2016 Cadillac CTS-V Rips to a 200 MPH Top Speed

    Cadillac just officially announced the brutal new CTS-V ahead of its official debut at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show. Wasting no further time, here’s what you need to know about the car. It packs a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 that is a close relative to the LT4 in the Corvette Z06. It pushes a monstrous 640…
  • ‘Track-Ready’ Lexus Teased for Detroit

    ‘Track-Ready’ Lexus Teased for Detroit

    Lexus is teasing a new mystery model that will be making its debut at the upcoming 2015 Detroit Auto Show.  The Japanese company is only letting on that the new model will be part of the ‘F’ brand, which means it’s built to go fast around a racetrack. Currently, the company sells the RC F…

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    Do You Have to Change Your Oil Every 3,000 Miles?

    Do You Have to Change Your Oil Every 3,000 Miles?

    To quickly answer the inquiry posed in this article’s title, NO! Modern vehicles do not need to have their crankcase lubricant exchanged every 3,000 miles. However, there are caveats and you need to be aware of them. We’ll explore these in greater detail after the jump so go ahead and click the link. We’ll wait…
    Are Japanese Cars Really Reliable?

    Are Japanese Cars Really Reliable?

    Japanese automakers including Toyota, Lexus, Honda and Acura are often seen as makers of long-lasting, reliable cars. But do all cars from Japanese automakers feature extraordinary reliability? Gap has Narrowed “Traditionally, Toyota and Honda are leading in terms of reliability and durability,” says Renee Stephens, vice president of automotive quality research at J.D. Power. “Lexus…

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    Chevrolet Impala Midnight Edition Coming Soon

    Chevrolet Impala Midnight Edition Coming Soon
    The Impala Midnight Edition is offering a slightly sinister twist on Chevrolet‘s full-size American sedan transportation. Previewed by the Chevrolet Impala Blackout concept at this year’s SEMA Show (seen above), the Impala Midnight Edition will feature blacked-out styling elements according to a recent report from Edmunds. It will likely arrive dealerships this spring if all goes well…

    Hyundai Hires BMW M Chief Engineer

    Hyundai Hires BMW M Chief Engineer
    Hyundai looks like it is preparing to take performance engineering much more seriously. The Korean automaker has hired Albert Biermann, former chief engineer for BMW’s M performance group, to develop performance models in addition to improving ride and handling throughout the Hyundai lineup. Biermann’s official title at Hyundai will be executive vice president, making him the…

    Super Snake Signature Edition Sings Supercharged Swan Song

    Super Snake Signature Edition Sings Supercharged Swan Song
    Shelby is bidding farewell to the 2007-2014 Ford Mustang in style. The company will offer a limited edition Shelby GT500 Super Snake Signature Edition that will feature special badges and stripes for every model year. Shelby will offer just 50 copies of the GT500 Super Snake Signature Edition (in either coupe or convertible) that will…

    Top Viral News Stories of the Week: December 14 – 21, 2014

    Top Viral News Stories of the Week: December 14 – 21, 2014
    Another week of automotive news where luxury and exotics dominate social media. Lamborghini’s announcement of its Aventador Pirelli Edition was the most shared story across Facebook, Google+ and Twitter while reports of Bugatti wanting to fill its gap with a Veyron Speedster was also quite popular. Lastly, news that the Jaguar C-X75 concept will be…

    Lamborghini Aventador SuperVeloce Spied in Italy

    Lamborghini Aventador SuperVeloce Spied in Italy
    Rumored to make its debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, an enthusiast in Italy has spotted the hotter Lamborghini Aventador SuperVeloce. While the Italian automaker has kept tight-lipped on the Aventador SV, you can expect it to produce around 800 hp and be significantly lighter than the current production Aventador. Based on the photo…

    McLaren 650S to Go Racing in North America

    McLaren 650S to Go Racing in North America
    The McLaren 650S GT3 will have a presence in North America next season. After campaigning the McLaren 12C GT3 this past season, K-PAX Racing and Flying Lizard Motorsports will be teaming up to compete with a pair of McLaren 650S GT3 race cars for the 2015 Pirelli World Challenge season. As the only team campaigning McLaren…

    Most Read Car Reviews of the Week: December 14 – 21

    Most Read Car Reviews of the Week: December 14 – 21
    Comparisons dominated AutoGuide last week, with a look at two full-size luxury SUVs grabbing the most attention.  The 2015 Lincoln Navigator got a refresh this year, which is why we put it up against the new Cadillac Escalade, to see which American automaker makes the best luxury SUV. Which do you think is better? Read the comparison…

    Teen Drivers at Higher Risk in Older Cars: Study

    Teen Drivers at Higher Risk in Older Cars: Study
    Advanced safety technologies might seem like luxury items, but they’re saving lives. According to a recent report by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), most American teens killed in crashes were behind the wheel of older vehicles that weren’t equipped with the technology to protect them. According to IIHS, teens are three times more likely…

    Chrysler Expands Airbag Recall to 3.3M Vehicles

    Chrysler Expands Airbag Recall to 3.3M Vehicles
    Chrysler is the latest automaker to give in to NHTSA’s demands of expanding the airbag recall. The American automaker has announced that it will replace the driver’s side air-bag inflators in an estimated 3.3 million vehicles worldwide as an expansion to the ongoing recall. An estimated 2,890,745 vehicles are in the U.S. while 258,586 are…

    2015 VW Golf R Orders Open January 8

    2015 VW Golf R Orders Open January 8
    The most powerful production Volkswagen Golf model ever offered in the U.S. will be up for pre-order next month. The German automaker has announced that starting January 8, 2015, customers will be able to pre-order one of the 500 Golf R models heading to the U.S. with a $500 reservation fee required for customers to…

    US Traffic Deaths Drop by 3.1% in 2013

    US Traffic Deaths Drop by 3.1% in 2013
    Deaths on U.S. roads fell by 3.1 percent in 2013 compared to the previous year.  Since 2004, traffic deaths have declined by 25 percent, while the number of people injured in accidents in 2013 also declined by 2.1 percent. In total, 32,719 people died in car crashes in 2013. Of that total, 31 percent involved drinking…

    Alfa Romeo Spider Won’t be Mazda Based

    Alfa Romeo Spider Won’t be Mazda Based
    The Alfa Romeo Spider will not be based on the new Mazda MX-5 like many believed.  According to a report from CAR, Harold Wester, brand chief for Alfa Romeo and Maserati, has confirmed that the new Spider will be developed in-house instead of in collaboration with Mazda. “As far as the Spider goes, the final version is of…

    Lamborghini Aventador Pirelli Edition Announced

    Lamborghini Aventador Pirelli Edition Announced
    Lamborghini and Pirelli are celebrating their longtime relationship in style. Both brands have been working together since 1963, the year Lamborghini was established, and since, every vehicle leaving the Italian automaker’s factory has been equipped with Pirelli rubber. The Aventador LP700-4 Pirelli Edition will be available in both coupe and convertible versions and is available…

    Audi Introduces RS5 Coupe Sport Edition

    Audi Introduces RS5 Coupe Sport Edition
    If the standard Audi RS5 Coupe isn’t hot enough for you, Audi Exclusive has a fix. The German automaker’s personalization arm has introduced the Audi RS5 Coupe Sport Edition, which is available in two exclusive exterior colors: Daytona Gray and Nardo Gray. Limited to just 75 units in the U.S., the RS5 Coupe Sport Edition also…

    Chrysler Recalls 280K Pickups Over Axle Issue

    Chrysler Recalls 280K Pickups Over Axle Issue
    Chrysler is calling back about 280,000 Dodge Ram pickup trucks to fix a problem with the rear axle.  Affected is the 2005 Dodge Ram 1500 built between January 2004 and August 2005. The problem stems from a pinion nut that can loosen, leading to the possibility of the rear axle seizing. The driveshaft may also detach,…

    Subaru May Ditch Six-Cylinder Engines

    Subaru May Ditch Six-Cylinder Engines
    Subaru could be the next automaker to downsize its engine lineup. According to a recent report, the Japanese automaker’s deputy general manager of engine department, Yoichi Hori, discussed the possibilities of Subaru’s future engines acknowledging that “the six-cylinder model is decreasing in the world,” and that even the current 2.5-liter turbocharged flat-four engine could be…

    First Tesla Battery Swap Station Online

    First Tesla Battery Swap Station Online
    Tesla finally has a battery swapping station up and running to offer its customers the chance to effectively recharge their car in less time than it takes to fill a gasoline tank. Roughly 18 months ago, CEO Elon Musk stood on stage and showed the world how a Model S sedan was capable of changing…
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    2015 Alfa Romeo 4C vs 2005 Acura NSX

    2015 Alfa Romeo 4C vs 2005 Acura NSX

    It was raining on the day that I fell in love with wedge shaped supercars. The halls in my elementary school stank of cleaning chemicals and the smell of books hung thick in library. I remember because it was also the first day of the Scholastic Book Fare. You might have experienced the same thing,…
    2015 Volkswagen Touareg TDI Review

    2015 Volkswagen Touareg TDI Review

    Maybe you’ve noticed the updated Volkswagen Touareg. Scratch that, it’s a safer bet you haven’t seen one of these premium crossovers. Enhanced for 2015 the vehicle gains a variety of features that are sure to please drivers, even if they have a hard time seeing them. As far as automotive refreshes go this is about…
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