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Buick, Lexus Tie Atop Power Survey

Buick, Lexus Tie Atop Power Survey

Who says it’s lonely at the top? For the last twelve years,Toyota’s high-line Lexus division has made much of its routine dominance in the off-quoted J.D. Power Vehicle Dependability Index. But this year, the high-line import brand has to settle for a tie in the VDS, a study measuring problems...

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2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Chrysler Plans $3B in Powertrains

Chrysler has outlined some of the line items on their ambitious $3 billion plan to bolster the fuel efficiency of the company's engines and vehicles. Frank Klegon, executive... read more June 24, 2007 by 0

Jaguar V-6 diesel

Diesel Boom Starts in 2010—Maybe

The 2010 model year looks like the one in which diesels may — or may not — finally make a significant comeback in the U.S. A number of indicators, from more positive... read more June 18, 2007 by 0

Gas Pumps

Gas Use Drops in Northwest

According to a study rolled out this past week by the Seattle-based Sightline Institute, per-capita gasoline consumption is actually going down in the Northwest, as it... read more June 17, 2007 by 0

2008 Land Rover Range Rover

Jaguar, Land Rover For Sale?

Ford Motor Co. is remaining mum, but reports that it has quietly put both the Land Rover and Jaguar brands on the market are ringing true. Tom Hoyt, Ford spokesman, declined... read more June 11, 2007 by 0

2005 Lincoln Mark LT

Power: Porsche, Ford Big on Initial Quality

The German sports car manufacturer, Porsche, took the top spot in the 2007 J.D. Power Initial Quality Study, with Mercedes-Benz and Land Rover weighing in as two of the most... read more June 6, 2007 by 0

Wolfgang Bernhard

Bernhard Takes Up with Chrysler

Cerberus' full plans for the Chrysler Group remain something of a work in progress. However, it is becoming increasingly clear that Wolfgang Bernhard, the former top... read more June 4, 2007 by 0

2008 Scion xD

May Sales Mostly Up

Toyota continued to tighten its grip on the U.S. market as its sales jumped 14 percent in May. The Japanese automaker continued to push ahead of both American and Asian... read more June 2, 2007 by 0

Delage - Best at Pebble 2005

Summer’s Classic Car Shows Begin

Goodness gracious, it’s that time of the year again to roll the good ol’ drop-topper out of storage and show it off to fellow car nuts at your favorite collector car... read more May 29, 2007 by 0

2008 Volvo S80 T6

BMW-Volvo? Not So Fast, Pundits

Blogs, newspapers, and tongue-wagging auto executives have been trying to push BMW and Volvo to the altar for a year. The likelihood of the German automaker buying the... read more May 29, 2007 by 0

2008 Mercedes-Benz C-Class

Daimler Doubles Earnings, With Chrysler

DaimlerChrysler AG managed to more than double its net earnings during the first quarter, despite a $2 billion operating loss at the struggling Chrysler Group. During the... read more May 15, 2007 by 0

Traffic Jam

At Witz’ End: No Consensus on Global Warming

If you have tried to reason with a GWF (Global Warming Fanatic), you know it’s a waste of time. They believe GW with a passion that has no room for facts and data. Tell... read more May 15, 2007 by 0

2007 Chevrolet Silverado

More Ethanol from Less Corn?

Scientists atMichigan State University, in East Lansing, have developed a new type of corn with which the leaves and stalks could also be turned into ethanol, making the... read more May 9, 2007 by 0

Dukes of Hazzard 1969 Dodge Charger

Museum Hawk: The “Other Kruse”

This is the fourth — and last, at least until the Early Ford V-8 Club gets its museum built — report on the Mecca of car museums in the Auburn area of northeastern... read more April 26, 2007 by 0

2008 Saturn Astra

Saturn Says New Cars Paying Off

In fits and starts, Saturn’s revamped lineup of cars and crossovers is beginning to pay off for the long-neglected General Motors division. During an inside look at the... read more April 23, 2007 by 0

2007 Opel Astra

GM To Build Astra All Over Europe

It’s the news that car production workers all overEurope had been waiting for – the decision on where GM is going to build the next-generation of its hugely popular... read more April 17, 2007 by 0


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