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From The Car Connection:
If you're looking for a luxury SUV with legitimate off-roading potential, vehicles like the QX80 fit your niche interests.
In an Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) test of forward collision prevention systems, Subaru's system topped all the rest—with a total of 74 different models tested, most with luxury badges.
A couple of weeks ago, we told you about a prototype device developed in Japan that can scan a driver's brainwaves, deterring theft and ensuring that the driver is awake and sober. Now here's a car that runs only when the driver is paying attention to the road.
Some of us have been paying even more for our cars than we should've, and it's because 20 companies that supply parts for those cars have been fixing prices for over a decade. The U.S. has now fined those companies a total of $1.6 billion.2014 Infiniti QX50
The 2014 Infiniti QX50 has the performance (and attitude) of a sport sedan, along with rich, warm cabin appointments and standout tech; but compared to almost any other crossover its interior isn't very useful behind the front seats.
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Near the top of the list of exciting new American cars for 2014 sits the Cadillac CTS. Why is it so exciting? Well, it's because a solid luxury machine looks to be stepping into an even greater world of both quality and performance.
About the size of a key fob, Breathometer attaches to a smartphone through the audio jack.
While we wait in suspense to hear if Audi will finally bring the Q3 to the U.S., we doubt the RS Q3 will follow. Whatever the case with the RS Q3 and its Forbidden Fruit status, we can look, and imagine, even if we can't touch.
Discussions of Tesla Motors sometimes seem couched in the terms of a religious tale: Tesla as David vs General Motors in the Goliath role. Yet at the close of the market on September 26, General Motors had a market capitalization of $54.8 billion. Tesla's was $22,9 billion, or 42 percent of the larger company's.
he city council adopted a proposal that Palo Alto's building code be changed to require that new homes come prewired for the installation of 240-Volt Level 2 charging stations.
Could low prices be the key to making ethanol more popular?