CARS

Cash For Clunkers Leaseholders Already Looking For A Way Out?
Cash For Clunkers Leaseholders Already Looking For A Way Out?

Last year the federal government's CARS program—better known as Cash for Clunkers—sparked a frenzy of shopping for smaller, more fuel-efficient cars, retired older guzzlers, and boosted an ailing industry. Now, a year later, it sounds like a significant portion of those people are...Read More»

Clunkers
Despite Clunkers, U.S. Still Scraps More Cars Than It Buys

While last summer's Cash for Clunkers program appears to have accomplished many of its goals, car and light-truck sales are still far from returning to where they were just a few years ago. In fact, just months ago, the U.S. was scrapping more vehicles than were sold. R.L. Polk & Co. studied...Read More»

Stanford University's autonomous Pike's Peak racer, Shelley, image by L.A. Cicero
Driverless Audi TT To Climb Pike's Peak, Via Stanford Robot

It's hardly surprising that an Audi TT two-seat sports car would climb to Pike's Peak, along the famously twisty 19-mile road that ascends to 14,110 feet above sea level. In fact, the Colorado mountain has hosted a well-known race to the top since 1916. Less common, however, is that the car would...Read More»

2010 Subaru Impreza WRX STI Special Edition
CARS Trades, New Models Bring Subaru A Record Year Of Sales

As overall auto sales have slumped, Subaru has been one of the few bright spots in the auto industry this year, with many year-over-year sales increases to report; in fact, through November of this calendar year, Subaru has already sold as many vehicles as it did in all of last year. And over the...Read More»

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