Fastest Cars Under $30,000: Top 10

Fast*, new, or affordable: pick two. Or in the case of these 10 cars, all three.

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How The All-New 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Matches Your Spirit of Adventure

The all-new 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid matches your spirit of adventure. The best road tripping 7-passenger hybrid out there, it boasts the most cargo capacity of any hybrid with its Stow n’ Go® seating and a 566-mile total driving range. Check it out.

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Why Resale Value Pays Off Big With The 2017 Toyota Tundra

Toyota is well-known for reliability, which is a major factor to think of when buying a truck. But another factor is resale value, which can really pay off in the long run.

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GM Recalls Another 8.4 Million Vehicles

Nearly 8.5-million vehicles have been recalled by General Motors globally.

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2014 Lexus CT200h Facelift Leaked

Leaked images seen here reveal the facelifted version of Lexus’ five-door compact hybrid.

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McLaren P1 Production Begins

Production of McLaren’s P1 plug-in hybrid supercar is underway.

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Mitsubishi Predicts Big Profits, Sales Surge

Mitsubishi said today that it forecasts operating profits will rise 48 percent in the fiscal year that began on April 1.

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2013 Honda Accord Adds Siri Along With Acura ILX, RDX

Elaborating on an earlier announcement, Honda just confirmed today that three of its 2013 models will come with Apple’s Siri voice recognition technology.

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2013 Ford Fusion Rear-End Cheaper to Repair

Ask any girl in a nightclub and you’ll probably get the same answer — being unexpectedly bumped from behind can be a bummer. It’s the same with cars, but Ford is trying to make things easier with the new Fusion.

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BMW 3 Series Start-Stop Recalibration Available

Drivers who find the engine start-stop feature new for the 2012 BMW 3 Series annoying can take their car to a dealership and have the default setting switched to “off” according to the company.

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Report: BMW May Suspend SUV Production in South Carolina After Icelandic Volcano Delays Parts

More bad news from the “Icelandic Volcano” front. In addition to thousands of travelers stranded while trying to fly into or out of Europe (including this author’s parents, stuck in Paris), The Associated Press reports that BMW may have to shut down production of its Spartanburg, SC facility, which produces the X5 and X6. According to the report, BMW ships transmissions and other vehicle components from Munich to South Carolina via commercial airlines. If these planes stay grounded for more than two more days, BMW will not have enough parts to assemble the Sport/Utility/Activity what-have-you’s.

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Polish President's Final Ride a Stylish One in Maserati Quatrroporte Hearse

These images, from MSNBC‘s coverage of the late Polish President Lech Kaczynski’s funeral, show something that we just couldn’t believe we were seeing: a Maserati Quattroporte Hearse!

This particular Maserati has been modified by Intercar Modena, a company that will turn just about anything into a hearse if the price is right. What’s really interesting about this particular hearse is that it shows off just how much better proportioned, say, a Cadillac DTS is for hearse duty than a Quattroporte. It’s a good thing government funeral processions move slowly, because we’re guessing this bad boy has a tendency to oversteer….

[Source: The Truth About Cars]

Hit the jump for more photos of the QP Hearse, plus a gallery of hearse’s by Intercar Modena

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