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  • Lincoln Continental Revived As A Concept Sedan Looking East

    Giving new life to an iconic name is tough, but the struggling Lincoln brand is trying to do just that with the new Continental concept car — another bet on defining a 21st-century mission for Ford's luxury brand, with an eye toward growing in the world's most bustling luxury car market, China.

  • Watch a hot lap in the all-new 2016 Cadillac ATS-V

    I'm writing this brief article from an airplane having just sampled the all-new 2016 Cadillac ATS-V. So... how was it?

  • This Ford GT Has Fewer Miles Than You Walk in a Day — And a Huge Price

    It's not uncommon for a few modern speculators to buy rare models and then park them in hopes of profiting off vehicles with nearly no mileage. This 2006 Ford GT will test the market at Auctions America this weekend looking for half a million dollars — in return for a tiny number on the odometer.

  • On the Road In Mercedes Sci-Fi Self-Driving Car of 2030

    The vision of a city filled with cars that tell pedestrians when to cross — and perhaps block out the world from its passengers — is closer than you think.

  • 600-HP Nissan Juke-R 2.0 Going Into Limited Production

    At their very core, automakers are in the business of making money. Plain and simple. The best way to do that is to sell a very large number of the same of car, thus keeping production costs down, and profits up. As a result, low-run performance cars keep their place as unique and special, like

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  • Meet the Car That’s Shaped Like a Meineke Muffler

    If you’ve ever wanted a car that was shaped life a muffler…and let’s be honest, why wouldn’t you? Then, today is your lucky day.  Meet the Meineke Muffler Car. This exhaust-inspired custom car hails from southern New Jersey and is said to be quite the local figure. It was built in 1992 in order to

  • 2015 Ford Edge Titanium (CNET On Cars, Episode 70)

    Brian Cooley reports that Ford's revised Edge hasn't lost its own, how to spot a flooded car (and run the other way), electric turbos are coming and the top 5 cars for high resale value.

  • Is It Illegal to Sleep in Your Car?

    If you’ve ever taken a road trip, you’ve been here. Stuck on the side of the road at 2:47 am, you’ve just passed through Vermont at record-breaking speeds, you’ve been traveling since 6 am the previous day, your trip mates are all already sound asleep and snoring, and the six pack of 5-Hour Energy…

  • Honda’s Supercharged CR-Z Is so Good, It’s Almost Unbelievable: Quick Drive

    The sun, the surf, the ridiculous housing market—as far as Southern California goes, it doesn’t get much prettier than San Diego. That’s why Honda, being Honda, decided it’d be the perfect location for us to test out their new and improved Accord. Except you’re not reading about the Accord just…

  • 5 Sports Cars Expected to Surge in Value

    In life, it pays to be ahead of the curve, and in the classic car world…sometimes it pays very handsomely. If you bought a low mileage Shelby Cobra or a Ferrari 250 three decades ago, well, you could be sitting on a goldmine today.  But just how do you determine which car values will soar,

  • Buy the Original Crossover: The AMC SX/4

    Before Audi’s Quattro, and Subaru’s Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, AMC was king of the all-wheel drive here in the good ole U.S. of A. The company was actually the only American manufacturer to produce all-wheel drive passenger cars during the early eighties. Chief among them was the AMC Eagle…

  • Jobs data big, but no slam dunk for rate hike

    August is here, bringing the final few pieces of data the Fed has left to consider before it holds its rates meeting in September.

  • Car Buyers Who Seek Out In-Vehicle Technology Consume Social Media, TV, and Magazines at High Rates

    Consumers who shop for and purchase a new car or truck based on its in-vehicle technology also use media at high rates, according to the summer edition of the J.D. Power 2015 U.S. Automotive Media and Marketing Report.SM

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  • Car Seat Could Save Children from Forgetful Parents

    A new car seat may help save children’s lives but it’s not in the case of an accident. The seat is designed for those parents who forget their kids, who then become trapped in cars that quickly turn into deadly heat chambers. It’s unfortunate when we need high tech to replace common sense. For…

  • BMW paying electric car owners to delay charging in Bay Area

    Carmaker has teamed up with Pacific Gas & Electric to curb power grid demand by giving i3 drivers gift cards if they charge at off-peak hours.

  • Jaguar Put Its F-Pace SUV to the Test in Extreme Weather Conditions

    Jaguar is currently running the company’s new F-Pace crossover SUV through its paces. No pun intended.  The crossover is set to make its formal debut at this year’s Frankfurt Auto Show, which is only a month away. As the vehicle gets closer to being released, the company has almost forgone all…

  • The problem with car insurance premiums

    In its new investigation, "The Truth About Car Insurance," Consumer Reports takes a hard look at auto insurance and the ways companies determine car insurance premiums. We conducted research for ...