Toyota Corolla Hybrid Introduced in Japan

Toyota is selling a hybrid version of the Corolla compact sedan in Japan starting today.

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Toyota Prius Named the Cheapest Car to Drive

Ever wondered just how big of a difference owning a hybrid makes on your wallet?

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Galpin Ford GTR1 to Bow at Pebble Beach With 1,000 HP

Galpin Auto Sports (GAS) has announced that it will head to this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Eleganace event with a 1,000-hp  Ford GTR1.

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Possible Gas Price Breaking Point Identified by AAA

How much is “too much” to pay for a gallon of gas?  A new survey by AAA hopes to give an updated answer.

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Presidential Limo Filled With Wrong Fuel, Fails to Operate in Israel

President Barack Obama is currently in Israel and the presidential limo was brought from Washington, D.C. to the country for the visit. Except it’s not going to be going anywhere, other than on a trailer and heading back to the U.S.

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2012 Fuel Economy Highest Ever at 23.8 MPG: EPA

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced that 2012 showed a significant one year increase of 1.4 mpg in fuel economy across vehicles in America, increasing the average fuel economy to its highest yet – 23.8 mpg.

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Diesel to Surpass Gasoline as Fuel of Choice by 2020: ExxonMobil

According to ExxonMobil’s recently published Outlook For Energy: A View to 2040, diesel will surpass gasoline as the number one global transportation fuel by 2020.

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More Fuel Efficient Cars Not Enough to Offset Growing Fuel Use: Report

Despite government mandated fuel economy improvements, overall fuel consumption is on the rise across America according to a new report.

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Hyundai False MPG Claims Could Prompt Senate Probe

Some might have expected a small riot after news surfaced that Hyundai inflated its mpg claims on more than 1 million recently sold cars, but the media brouhaha was worse than any other backlash — so far.

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Under the Hood: What is Octane?

Anyone that’s ever topped off their tank or filled up a jerry can knows gasoline comes in different grades, from regular unleaded to pricey premium. Each “flavor” has a number that corresponds to its octane level, but what does this mean? What is octane and what role does it play? AutoGuide reached out to experts in the fuels field for answers.

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High-Octane Hijinks: Is Premium Fuel Better Than Regular?

When it’s time to top-off the tank, drivers are confronted with a dizzying variety of choices at the pump. There’s premium gasoline, mid-grade, regular and – depending on where you live – some even offer ultra-high octane, with a rating of 94 or above.

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Chevrolet Bringing Next-Gen 'MyLink' to LA Auto Show

One of the more promising items Chevrolet plans to showcase during the L.A. Auto Show later this month isn’t a car at all.

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Customized Ford Focus STs Video, First Look: 2012 SEMA Show

Ford unveiled five individually customized versions of its new Focus ST hot hatch at the 2012 SEMA Show.

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Ford Unleashes Gang of Focus STs on 2012 SEMA Show

Ford unveiled five individually customized versions of its new Focus ST hot hatch today at the 2012 SEMA Show.

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Gas Prices Drop Below $3 in Some States

Drivers in South Carolina are being treated to gas prices below $3 a gallon, something that might even creep into other parts of the country.

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