• All-new 2015 Subaru Outback reestablishes higher ground

    Much of Subaru’s modern day success in America can be attributed to one car: the Outback. Born in 1994 as a response to the growing popularity of SUVs, the Outback established a winning formula of combining a high-riding suspension, butch body cladding and big round fog lights to its comfortable,…

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  • Custom faux-tique electric tram aims to replace New York's horses over the neigh-sayers

    For the record, it's the year 2014. I mention that in case someone reading this story about a push to replace horses with motorized carriages thinks they've stumbled onto some archival piece by accident. It's been more than 100 years since the first vehicles began to trundle around Manhattan, but…

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  • One-Step Retinol Treatments For Women Over 50

    The simple way to boost the anti-aging results of this powerful ingredient for younger looking skin in just one step without breaking the bank. 

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  • April 17: Ford Mustangs sold like hotcakes on this date in 1964

    "Get ready to meet the unexpected," the voice in the ad teased. But even the most optimistic Ford dealers could not have anticipated moving more than 22,000 Mustang coupes and convertibles on the car's first day in showrooms: April 17, 1964. Thanks to much manufactured hype, including appearances…

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  • Mazda marks 25 years of Miata, the best-selling roadster of all time

    Taking a simple concept and turning it into a car enthusiasts' dream that lasts for 25 years – a phenomenon that remains as strong today as it did a quarter of a century ago – is unfathomable. And yet that is exactly what Tom Matano, Bob Hall and their team did back in 1989 with the Mazda MX-5 Miata.

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  • 2015 Acura TLX blends two sedans into one alphabet soup

    Nearly three decades have passed since Honda gave us the car we didn’t know we wanted: a fancified Accord called the Legend, which Honda sold under a newly created luxury brand called Acura. Acura, along with the Lexus and Infiniti brands that followed, proceeded to turn the luxury market on its…

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  • Richard Rawlings Discovered Pontiac’s “Holy Grail”

    If you’re a fan of Discovery Channel’s hit TV show “Fast N’ Loud”, you’ll want to tune in over the next two weeks. An upcoming two-part episode, which airs on April 21 and 28, showcases what Richard Rawlings believes to be the “Holy Grail of muscle cars” – the first two Pontiac Firebirds ever…

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  • 2015 Lexus NX Preview

    Lexus is entering the compact luxury crossover segment with the debut of the all-new 2015 NX. Slotting in below the current RX model, the NX will go up against the Acura RDX, BMW X1, Infiniti QX50, Volvo XC60, and others.

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  • Outpouring of Love Produces the 2016 Audi A3 TDI Sportback

    If you believe what Audi says, the automaker is returning a turbo-diesel 5-door hatchback version of the new A3 to the U.S. lineup following "an outpouring of enthusiasts' support" for the model. As a result, the new 2016 Audi A3 TDI Sportback joins an expanding lineup of A3 models.

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  • Anti Aging Creams of 2014

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  • 2015 Infiniti Q70 Adds Long-Wheelbase Model, Updated Styling, New Safety Systems

    At the 2014 New York International Auto Show, Infiniti unwrapped a refreshed 2015 Q70, the company's flagship luxury sport sedan, which will be offered as the Q70, Q70 Hybrid, Q70S, and new Q70L.

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  • 2015 Dodge Challenger Looks the Same, But Isn't

    Take a quick look at the new 2015 Dodge Challenger and you might wonder what's different from the 2014 model. However, a closer look reveals quite a few minor changes.

    J.D. Power and Associates
  • The Good, the Bad and the Weird from the 2014 NY Auto Show

    Press days for the 2014 New York International Auto Show are in the books, and this year was…strange at best. The whole place felt like a morgue, despite some significant cars in attendance. Here is our sorta-kinda wrap-up of the show, with the good, the bad, and the questionable. Good: McLaren…

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  • 2015 Kia Sedona tries to escape the minivan stigma

    Kia took the wraps off the Sedona 7- and 8-seat passenger vehicle at the New York auto show, but it avoided calling it a minivan. Instead, the automaker insisted on referring to it as an MPV or m...

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  • Porsche 911 Lemon Owner Promised Refund/Replacement [w/video] [UPDATE]

    We told you yesterday how a Mr. Nick Murray was in the vice grip of Porsche North America surrounding a lemon of a 911. Or as the internet cleverly nicknamed it — the ‘Nine-A-Lemon.’ After months of issues, a few (now viral) videos, and some friendly fans of Nick, he’s finally getting the…

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  • Audi A3 Named 2014 World Car of the Year

    This year, Chevrolet made a clean sweep of the North American Car and Truck of the Year, with the Corvette and Silverado, respectively. But those two awards are for mostly American sensibilities, and the rest of the world has little need for really either car. So with that in mind, it might make a…

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  • 74-Yr-Old Outsmarts Doctors. Reduces Her Wrinkles.

    The ultimate skin tightening regimen that is helping every day women achieve younger looking skin without breaking the bank.

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  • The Best Display in NYC Was a Group of Old Miatas

    The best collection of cars at the 2014 New York International Auto Show was not Audi’s booth of hot cars. Nor was it “supercar alley,” with its Lamborghinis and Koenigseggs. Nope, it was a group of some of the most important Mazda Miatas in the history of the model. The Miata is about to be […]

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  • Spring Break 1984: The Last Time Regular Kids Drove Cool Cars

    Drive by a high school parking lot today and it’s full of SUVs and Camrys. Back in the 1980s, though, high school and college parking lots were jam-packed full of cool cars, driven by kids who weren’t satisfied with driving their mom’s Satellite sedan. See, in the 1980s, kids had these things…

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  • The Honda HR-V: More Practicality In A Smaller Package

    Crossovers and compact SUV’s don’t exactly command the same excitement as exotic European supercars, but this upcoming Honda should be one crossover worth celebrating. Revealed at the New York International Auto Show – in photos at least – is the upcoming 2015 Honda HR-V. The HR-V originally…

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  • BMW Confirms Exclusive Design Study For Beijng, Is It The 9-Series?

    About a month ago we heard the BMW was planning a new concept for the 2014 Beijing Auto Show that envisions a potential 9-Series flagship. As a taste of what’s to come, BMW says the concept will portray exclusivity and innovation. BMW is in the process of developing a lightweight, modular…

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  • 2015 Honda HR-V: First Details On New Compact Crossover

    Honda has announced the first official details of its new HR-V small crossover--previously known as the Vezel in overseas markets. Based on the latest generation Honda Fit, the HR-V is set to rival cars like Nissan's Juke and MINI's Countryman in the compact crossover market. Arriving this…

    Green Car Reports
  • Mercedes Exploits F1 Know-How For New Intelligent Hybrid System

    The push for more efficient vehicles is leading automakers to develop new and ingenious ways to save fuel--without detracting from the driving experience of their vehicles. Many of these systems operate without the driver ever knowing anything is happening--which is just how Mercedes's new…

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  • Filing Bankruptcy Is Easier than You Think

    Chapter 7 bankruptcy can wipe out credit card debt and medical bills, in as little as six months. Find out if you're eligible to file Chapter 7.

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