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    What Are IIHS Ratings?

    What Are IIHS Ratings?

    Sometimes safety takes a back seat to horsepower, vehicle design and luxury amenities but when you’re in a crash it’s really the only thing that matters
    Top 10 Least Reliable Cars of 2014

    Top 10 Least Reliable Cars of 2014

    Each year, Consumer Reports conducts its Reliability Survey in order to determine which vehicles presented the most problems fresh off the assembly line

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    Lister Hypercar Teased in Design Sketches

    Lister Hypercar Teased in Design Sketches
    Historic British car brand Lister is teasing plans for a new low-volume hypercar. The project is still in its early stages, but Lister says its new car will return the brand to the “leading edge of low-volume sports car manufacturing in the U.K. as well as Asia and North America.” It will cost roughly £2...

    Aston Martin Gains Crash Safety Exemption

    Aston Martin Gains Crash Safety Exemption
    Aston Martin dealers can now relax thanks to a new exemption granted to the brand from NHTSA.  Both the current-generation DB9 and Vantage will be sold for several more years in the US thanks to an exemption from new side-impact crash test safety standards which neither car could pass. Bringing both of these cars into...

    Nürburgring Sold to Russian Business Tycoon

    Nürburgring Sold to Russian Business Tycoon
    One of Germany’s most famous automotive destinations now belongs to a Russian billionaire. Viktor Kharitonin, chairman of pharmaceutical company Pharmstandard OJSC has agreed to buy two-thirds of the company that controls the track, Bloomberg reported today. Auto parts manufacturer Capricorn Automotive GmbH agreed to buy the track in March but failed to complete the acquisition....

    Ferrari Fined $3.5 Million by Feds

    Ferrari Fined $3.5 Million by Feds
    The National Highway Traffic Highway Safety Administration has slapped Ferrari with a large fine over failing to submit early warning reports.  Ferrari will now pay a $3.5 million civil penalty over the matter. Federal law requires that automakers submit early warning reports on a quarterly basis and Ferrari has admitted it failed to submit them over...

    Mercedes, VW Wary of Google’s Access to In-Car Data

    Mercedes, VW Wary of Google’s Access to In-Car Data
    Both Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz are calling on the auto industry to be cautious about letting Google have full access to their car’s data.  Both companies have stated their own intentions of developing a separate data platform to avoid giving up sensitive customer information to Google. “We seek connection to Google’s data systems but we still want...

    Average Gas Price Dips to $3 Per Gallon

    Average Gas Price Dips to $3 Per Gallon
    The average price for a gallon of gasoline in the U.S. is the lowest today that it has been in almost four years. Gas prices dipped to an average of $3 per gallon today marking their lowest price since December, 2010, according to GasBuddy.com. Average fuel prices in the U.S. have been trending down since...

    Hyundai Elantra Passes 10 Million Global Sales Mark

    Hyundai Elantra Passes 10 Million Global Sales Mark
    Hyundai announced today that total sales of the Elantra compact car are past 10 million worldwide. On sale since 1990, the Elantra is Hyundai’s first nameplate to reach the milestone. U.S. market vehicles are built at Hyundai’s Montgomery, Ala. assembly plant and are offered in sedan, hatchback and coupe form although the latter (pictured) is...

    2016 Nissan Titan Spied Testing Turbo Diesel

    2016 Nissan Titan Spied Testing Turbo Diesel
    Nissan’s 2016 Titan pickup truck is testing on public roads and our spy photographers caught it in the act.  The full prototype is heavily camouflaged just in time for Halloween and gives us a look at what to expect when the production model makes its debut at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show. Recently we reported...

    Top 10 Most Reliable Cars of 2014

    Top 10 Most Reliable Cars of 2014
    Buying a new car can be a daunting experience and the last thing you want to do is have to go back to have to serviced to fix an issue that shouldn’t have been there in the first place. If reliability is at the top of your list of new car concerns, then you need...

    Hyundai Developing New, Dedicated Hybrid Model

    Hyundai Developing New, Dedicated Hybrid Model
    Hyundai is next on the list to develop a Toyota Prius fighter. The Korean automaker has revealed that it is currently developing a dedicated hybrid model that will compete with the Prius. It will also be a vehicle designed and marketed exclusively as a hybrid rather than being a variation of an existing model. SEE...

    Ford Expedition Joins the SEMA Fleet

    Ford Expedition Joins the SEMA Fleet
    Ford is preparing for one of its biggest showings at SEMA yet. Along with a pair of custom F-150s and five personalized Transit vans, Ford has now announced that a trio of EcoBoost Expedition SUVs will also be heading to Las Vegas next week. The new 2015 Ford Expedition will be customized by DUB Magazine,...

    Mazda Revealing Motorsports Plans at SEMA

    Mazda Revealing Motorsports Plans at SEMA
    Mazda will be announcing its global motorsports plans at this year’s SEMA Show. The Japanese automaker will bring its motorsports team to Las Vegas this year and promises to make an “exciting global motorsports announcement” when SEMA opens its doors next Tuesday. While details on what Mazda has planned for next race season are not...

    Ford Transit Goes Custom for 2014 SEMA Show

    Ford Transit Goes Custom for 2014 SEMA Show
    Ford wants to show off the flexibility of its Transit van at this year’s SEMA show. The American automaker has released a preview of five custom Transit vans that will debut in Las Vegas next week. They’re all built with different themes to show off the versatility of the platform. The first project is the...

    Scion’s SEMA Showcase: FR-S, tC and xB

    Scion’s SEMA Showcase: FR-S, tC and xB
    Scion just unveiled the lineup of vehicles it’ll be showing off at SEMA next week. The brand’s tC, xB and FR-S models have received some notable aftermarket attention. Targa-Top FR-S The FR-S is a dedicated sports car that has become a darling of automotive journalists and enthusiasts alike. Adding another dimension to this coupe the...

    Kia’s Karting-Themed Sedona to Debut at SEMA

    Kia’s Karting-Themed Sedona to Debut at SEMA
    SEMA is an annual event that allows automakers, tuner companies and aftermarket firms to showcase their hottest, most exciting products. Surprisingly the folks at Kia have decided to bring a modified minivan. SAY WHAT?! Sure, they may refer to their all-new Sedona as a “multipurpose vehicle” but its sliding doors and boxy dimensions betray its...

    Car Reviews

    2015 BMW 428i xDrive Convertible Review

    2015 BMW 428i xDrive Convertible Review

    BMW’s 4 Series convertible isn’t much of an “Ultimate Driving Machine,” but it makes for a very comfortable cruiser that you could drive all year if you wanted to…
    2011 Mazda RX-8 vs 2015 Subaru BRZ Series.Blue

    2011 Mazda RX-8 vs 2015 Subaru BRZ Series.Blue

    We still miss the Mazda RX-8 and hope they manage to build a new rotary engine sports car, but can the Subaru BRZ serve as a legitimate replacement? We drove them side-by-side to find out.
    2015 Kia Sedona Review

    2015 Kia Sedona Review

    Minivans are the grilled chicken breast of the automotive world: Wholesome but inherently dull. And that's why we applaud Kia for attempting to make the all-new 2015 Sedona a more interesting prospect with the addition of a few carefully selected SUV cues. We don't expect to see Range Rover buyers stampeding for Kia showrooms, but the new Sedona is an intriguing variant for those who love vans.
    2015 Honda CR-V Review

    2015 Honda CR-V Review

    Honda honed its popular CR-V compact crossover to a razor-sharp edge for 2015, giving it more power, a stronger structure and an extra helping of advanced technology. What’s not to like? The answer just might surprise you.