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Study: Toyota Corolla Is Most Reliable Car In America, But Fords Are Cheaper To Repair

Study: Toyota Corolla Is Most Reliable Car In America, But Fords Are Cheaper To Repair

December means many things to many people. Chief among them: holiday meals, shopping for gifts, and socializing with family members and co-workers you'd ordinarily never speak to. December also means that it's time for year-end wrap-ups. CarMD has just published one that should be of interest to... read more

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AutoNation infographic on first cars, based on Instagram posts (detail)

What Was Your First Car? We're Guessing A Ford Mustang Or A Honda Civic.

The auto industry is worried about Millennials. Study after study, survey after survey has shown that the 18-to-35 demographic doesn't care as much about cars as their... read more October 13, 2015 by


 
Car accident

The Safest & Deadliest States For Car Accidents

We've spilled a lot of ink discussing the most congested cities for drivers. But what about the most dangerous states for auto-related deaths? Michael Sivak and Brandon... read more October 6, 2015 by


 
Volkswagen iBeetle and iBeetle Cabriolet

J.D. Power: Drivers Ignore High-Tech Car Features, Don't Want Apple CarPlay Or Android Auto

This week, J.D. Power released its 2015 Driver Interactive Vehicle Experience (DrIVE) Report, which reveals that motorists often don't use or appreciate the high-tech... read more August 27, 2015 by


 
ACSI Automobiles Report 2015

Survey: Lexus Is Tops In Customer Satisfaction, Fiat Brings Up The Rear

Every few days, it seems like there's another survey about automobiles and how satisfied (or dissatisfied) we are with them. This week's study was carried out by American... read more August 25, 2015 by


 
Automobile accident, Washington, D.C., 1923

Ouch: Our Cars Earn Just 4 MPG More Than They Did 92 Years Ago

Fuel economy is a hot topic among auto shoppers Even with today's lower pump prices, efficiency remains one of the top criteria for folks in search of new rides. After more... read more August 18, 2015 by


 
Google's Self-Driving Prius

Study: People Don't Want Autonomous Cars To Do All The Driving

By now, everyone seems to understand that autonomous cars are the way of the future. Self-driving vehicles promise to reduce the number of automobile accidents on our roads... read more July 16, 2015 by


 
2015 Pied Piper Prospect Satisfaction Index

Mercedes-Benz Is Tops In Shopper Satisfaction, But Tesla? Not So Much [UPDATED]

Updated with info from Pied Piper regarding Tesla. See below. Today's auto market is a tough one for consumers. There are loads of great cars on the lots, and the differences... read more July 6, 2015 by


 
Zipcar

Who Uses Zipcar? Baby Boomers, That's Who

Some of you may have spent your long, Memorial Day weekend with friends and family. Others may have used the extra off-time to squeeze in a few overdue errands. And in either... read more May 26, 2015 by


 
Otocycles' retro electric bicycle

How Do You Get To Work? In A Major City, You Probably Drive Alone For 25.8 Minutes

Centuries from now, our descendants may look back in wonder and amusement at the automobile. (Assuming humanity hasn't destroyed itself, of course.) Cultural anthropologists... read more May 20, 2015 by


 
Accenture Automotive Survey: What Digital Drivers Want

Survey: 76% Of Shoppers Would Consider Bypassing Dealerships & Buy Cars Online

If you're like many folks, you have an aversion to conventional car dealerships. (Honestly, no one likes haggling.) Also, if you're like many folks, you buy a lot of things... read more May 7, 2015 by


 
From the J.D. Power 2015 U.S. Tech Choice Study

J.D. Power: Younger Drivers Will Pay Nearly Twice As Much For In-Car Tech Than Older Shoppers

J.D. Power has released its 2015 U.S. Tech Choice Study, which surveys consumers to gauge their opinions on in-car technology. As interesting as the study is, though, we... read more April 23, 2015 by


 
Hybrid repair costs (from the 2015 CarMD Vehicle Health Index)

Study: Repairs For Hybrids Are Getting Cheaper, Other Fixes Remain Flat

There's good news and bad news in the 2015 CarMD Vehicle Health Index. The good news is, taking your car to the mechanic last year didn't cost you any more than it did the... read more April 21, 2015 by


 
A Dream Garage

Analysis: The More Cars You Have, The More You Drive One Of Them

The fewer vehicles you have in your household, the more likely you are to put some serious miles on each of those wheels, right? Actually, that’s not at all the case... read more April 16, 2015 by


 
Traffic

The Worst Cities In The World For Rush Hour Traffic

How bad is your daily commute? Do you try to get to your desk early or leave late to avoid traffic? You're not alone: according to TomTom, Planet Earth's commuters waste an... read more April 1, 2015 by


 
2015 Tesla Model S

Lovefest: Tesla Model S Owners More Likely To Recommend The Brand

While Tesla Motors continues to fight it out on a state level with dealership groups—most recently gaining ground in Georgia but getting shut out in West... read more March 28, 2015 by


 

 
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