• AutoGuide Dream Car Garages: $500,000 Edition

    AutoGuide Dream Car Garages: $500,000 Edition

    Which cars would you buy if you were handed $500,000? That is the question that was posed to all of us here at AutoGuide.com, and it has been a tricky one to answer. There is no limit to the number of cars we can park in our dream garages, as long as the sum of those vehicles does’t…
  • Mazda Gran Turismo Concept Pays Homage to Le Mans

    Mazda Gran Turismo Concept Pays Homage to Le Mans

    Mazda has joined in on the fun with its own Vision Gran Turismo called the LM55. Paying homage to the Japanese automaker’s success at the 1991 24 Hours of Le Mans, the Mazda LM55 is inspired by the company’s Kodo design language, with a stance that is reminiscent of the famous 787 B that claimed the overall victory…
  • McLaren P1 Looks Exquisite in Gulf Oil Livery

    McLaren P1 Looks Exquisite in Gulf Oil Livery

    Call us biased, but this might be the best looking factory McLaren P1 yet. Commissioned by a businessman from McLaren Special Operations (MSO), this custom McLaren P1 features the iconic Gull Oil racing livery with its baby blue and orange two-tone shade. Contrasted with the black paint on the doors, front bumper and side air ducts, it’s…

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    2015 Mazda CX-5 Consumer Review

    2015 Mazda CX-5 Consumer Review

    It’s no secret that the Mazda CX-5 is a favorite among the AutoGuide.com staff. Last year we embarked on a long-term test of Mazda’s first entrant into the growing small CUV segment and for the most part we came away impressed. Furthermore, the CX-5 finished a close second place in an eight vehicle compact crossover…
    Five-Point Inspection: 2015 Ram ProMaster City

    Five-Point Inspection: 2015 Ram ProMaster City

    Generally there’s not a lot to get excited about with commercial vans, unless of course you’re a fleet operator, sub-contractor or anyone else in need of spacious transportation that doesn’t break the bank. If you fall into one of these camps there’s really never been a better time to buy. Right now there are several…

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    Tesla Roadster 3.0 Gets Over 400-Miles of Range

    Tesla Roadster 3.0 Gets Over 400-Miles of Range
    Tesla Roadster owners don’t have to be envious of Model S owners and their range in the near future. The American electric automaker has revealed the Roadster 3.0 update, which will give the convertible sports car a new battery, retrofit aero kit and new tires to improve its range to over 400 miles. Currently in its…

    Should I Buy a Midsize Pickup Truck?

    Should I Buy a Midsize Pickup Truck?
    There have been three times in my life that I almost bought a compact pickup truck. With great utility, right-sized dimensions and livable fuel consumption, a small workhorse would be a perfect fit for my life. Without any toys to haul, a job in the trades industry or a large piece of rustic land to…

    Takata President Steps Down

    Takata President Steps Down
    Takata Corp. announced today that Stefan Stocker is stepping down from his position as the company’s president. The announcement follows recalls that are the result of defective airbag inflators that Takata supplied to several major automakers. So far there are five deaths officially associated with the defect, all in Honda vehicles. The defective inflators are…

    Mercedes Developing Electric Vehicle Platform

    Mercedes Developing Electric Vehicle Platform
    Mercedes-Benz is in the early stages of developing a new platform that will be able to underpin a range of electric vehicles. The modular architecture will be able to serve as the basis for vehicles spanning a wide range of wheelbases, focusing on saving weight to compensate for having heavy electric powertrain components according to…

    Ford ProCal Won’t Void Your EcoBoost Warranty

    Ford ProCal Won’t Void Your EcoBoost Warranty
    One of the benefits of having a turbocharged powertrain is all its untapped performance, and Ford is looking to put that into the hands of the owners. Now that the American automaker is equipping nearly all its models with an EcoBoost engine, including its all-new Mustang, enthusiasts will be happy to hear that the company will back…

    Cadillac CT6 to Get Aluminum Body: Report

    Cadillac CT6 to Get Aluminum Body: Report
    Cadillac’s upcoming large rear-wheel drive sedan will be light for it’s size, but the company hasn’t explained exactly how it plans to get there. A new report from Automobile suggests that Cadillac will give the CT6 a body made of aluminum to save weight rather than the composite structure made of high-strength steel, aluminum, and…

    Gasoline Spending to hit 11-Year Low in 2015

    Gasoline Spending to hit 11-Year Low in 2015
    The average U.S. household is expected to spend less than $2,000 on gas next year. As fuel prices continue to drop around the country, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) has released a report showing that the average U.S. household will spend about $550 less on gasoline next year compared to 2014. Annual motor fuel expenditures…

    GM Trademarks ‘Nightfall Edition’ Truck Package

    GM Trademarks ‘Nightfall Edition’ Truck Package
    General Motors plans to market a special “Nightfall Edition” pickup truck package that could be revealed as early as next month. GM filed to trademark the Nightfall Edition name with the U.S. Patent and Trademark office. In the description for the filing, the company revealed that the package will include “a black exterior, black grille,…

    Aston Martin Models Recalled for Faulty Seat Heaters

    Aston Martin Models Recalled for Faulty Seat Heaters
    Various Aston Martin models are being recalled for faulty seat heaters. According to the recall notice, the electronic module for the front seat heaters on numerous Aston Martin vehicles may fail, preventing the seat heaters from turning off. The recall affects a total of 7,256 units and includes the 2006-2014 model years DB9, V12 Vantage,…

    2016 Cadillac CTS-V Shreds Tires in Video Debut

    2016 Cadillac CTS-V Shreds Tires in Video Debut
    Cadillac’s latest CTS-V performance car is a monster, and now we can watch it eat a set of tires. The brand has released the first video of the car, showing it running through an abandoned building and burning rubber all the way. The new CTS-V packs a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 that pushes a monstrous 640 hp and…

    Tesla Roadster Upgrade to be Announced This Week

    Tesla Roadster Upgrade to be Announced This Week
    Tesla plans to announce an upgrade to its existing Roadster sports cars this week in keeping with a promise it made earlier this year. CEO Elon Musk told Auto Express in October that the company planned to offer an upgrade to the Tesla Roadster that would boost its driving range to about 400 miles compared…

    Porsche 918 Spyder Recalled Again

    Porsche 918 Spyder Recalled Again
    Porsche is calling back its most expensive model once again, this time to fix an issue with the chassis.  The recall affects 205 vehicles worldwide. In those cars, defective parts were used from a bad delivery batch, which means Porsche cannot guarantee the parts will hold up in the future. There have been no customer complaints…

    First Shelby GT350 to be Auctioned for Charity

    First Shelby GT350 to be Auctioned for Charity
    The very first brand-new Shelby GT350 will be auctioned off with the proceeds heading to charity. The car, which uses a 5.2-liter V8, will be auctioned off by Barrett-Jackson on January 17. All of the money raised by the Shelby will go straight to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Revealed at the recent LA Auto Show,…

    Mercedes Fuel Leak Probe Closed by NHTSA

    Mercedes Fuel Leak Probe Closed by NHTSA
    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has closed a probe looking into Mercedes E-Class vehicles for a fuel leak issue.  To remedy the situation, Mercedes has extended the original warranty coverage to 15 years and unlimited mileage on “Covered Fuel Tank Components,” which includes the gas tank, fuel filter/sender, fuel pump, gaskets/seals and retention rings….

    IIHS Top Safety Picks Nearly Double in 2014

    IIHS Top Safety Picks Nearly Double in 2014
    The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has handed out its top safety award to nearly double the amount of vehicles compared to last year.  For 2014, 71 vehicles earned the ‘Top Safety Pick’ title, while the amount of vehicles that qualify for the ‘Top Safety Pick Plus’ rating increased by 11 to 34 cars. Last…

    BMW Joins Takata Airbag Recall Expansion

    BMW Joins Takata Airbag Recall Expansion
    BMW has joined other automakers including Ford and Chrysler in expanding its Takata airbag recall nationwide. Having already recalled 11,000 BMW 3 Series earlier this year in high-humidity states, the German automaker has now expanded its recall to cover 140,000 more from model years 2004-2006. Similar to other automakers that have expanded their recalls, BMW…

    Ssangyong Laying Plans Again to Enter US

    Ssangyong Laying Plans Again to Enter US
    It is looking more likely that Korean automaker Ssangyong will make its way to the U.S. After being under consideration for the U.S. market numerous times, Ssangyong has recently filed trademark requests for “Luvent” and “Tivoli” with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The Tivoli was recently unveiled in Korea as a compact crossover, similar…

    Google Reveals ‘Fully Functional’ Self-Driving Car

    Google Reveals ‘Fully Functional’ Self-Driving Car
    Google has unwrapped the first real build of its self-driving vehicle prototype, just in time for the holidays. While it may resemble the first self-driving car the tech giant showed off earlier this year, the company is calling this one its first “fully functional vehicle,” sporting headlights and other essential features like steering and braking….
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    2015 Chrysler 300C Platinum Review

    2015 Chrysler 300C Platinum Review

    “When it drives down the road you’re going to see this thing,” said Al Gardner during his opening remarks at the media drive of the new 2015 300. The Chrysler brand’s president and CEO isn’t kidding; this sedan’s grille is roughly a third larger than the outgoing version’s. Insipid styling has never been an issue…
    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,…
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