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Better Winter Driving

Better Winter Driving

For many drivers, navigating on snow and ice is cause for alarm. Few are educated and practiced in how to drive in heavy rain or on slippery surfaces. And, much confusion prevails. So when the weather turns foul, remember these driving tips to steer clear of trouble: Adjust your speed to current...

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2008 smart fortwo

Smart Ramping Up Fast

As it gets ready to roll its first car into U.S. showrooms, smart is quickly building up its early order bank, noted the carmaker’s boss, Dave Schembri. In an unusual... read more November 19, 2007 by 0

Mazda Facebook challenge

Mazda3 Gets Social – for 2018

How many of us have said – often in frustration – that we could design a better car or truck than the folks manning the auto industry? Mazda has decided to give one lucky... read more November 16, 2007 by 0

Saleen S302 Extreme

Saleen Goes Extreme With Latest ‘Stang

Longtime Mustang tuners Saleen took to the runway during this week’sL.A. auto show to introduce their latest rorty rendition of the Ford pony car, the S302 Extreme. The... read more November 15, 2007 by 0

2007 Volvo ReCharge Concept

Ford: Volvo Not For Sale

 Ford Motor Co. has decided not to sell Volvo after all. Alan Mulally, Ford chief executive officer, told reporters and analysts Thursday that Volvo is no longer for sale... read more November 8, 2007 by 0

2008 Chevrolet Malibu

Can GM Keep Momentum Up?

How quickly things can change. Little more than a year ago, the mood was one of gloom and doom at General Motors headquarters, along theDetroit River. Sales and share were... read more November 5, 2007 by 0

Mazda SISS

Mazda: Zoom-Zoom Going Green

Pressing the red “Start” button, the Mazda RX-8 fires up, the pint-sized rotary engine under its hood buzzing as I modulate the throttle, shift into gear and launch down... read more October 29, 2007 by 0

2008 Toyota Highlander

Is Toyota in Trouble?

Like millions of Americans, Suzanne Oshry is a loyalToyota owner. Or at least she has been. Earlier this year, Oshry purchased the latest in a string of Camry sedans from... read more October 21, 2007 by 1

2008 Mazda2

We Drive Mazda’s 2

Several car manufacturers have been living by the maxim “bigger is better” when replacing their European B-segment superminis. But instead of following the trend and... read more October 12, 2007 by 0

2008 Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen

VW May Build Diesels in the U.S.

Volkswagen AG is considering building diesel engines somewhere in North America as part of its effort to expand sales in theUnited States, Volkswagen of America’s new chief... read more October 1, 2007 by 0

2008 Buick Enclave

UAW, GM Come to Terms

The United Auto Workers ended its brief strike against General Motors early Wednesday after GM delivered the job security guarantees the union had demanded. In addition, the... read more September 26, 2007 by 0

2008 Bentley Brooklands

Bentley Goes on a Diet

Bigger is better, or so goes the old mantra that defines carmakers and Costco shoppers alike. But at least one automaker is thinking twice about its future and betting that... read more September 23, 2007 by 0

Ford Microsoft SYNC

Sync: No Turning Back from Tech?

Just when you thought you and your car couldn’t take anymore connectivity, Microsoft has developed a software platform that takes in-car communications and entertainment to... read more September 20, 2007 by 0

2008 Cadillac BLS Wagon

Cadillac Shows First Wagon, the BLS

No wonder there’s some confusion in the market. European buyers have to decide whether to buy a Caddy or a Caddy. Seems the commonplace nickname for Cadillac division was... read more September 12, 2007 by 0

2007 Honda Accord Tourer Concept

Honda Accord Tourer: Remember When?

by Joe LaMuraglia Remember when you could buy a Honda Accord wagon? You wagon lovers out there certainly do and lament the day Honda stopped selling the more versatile... read more September 11, 2007 by 0

2008 Renault Laguna

Renault Bows with New Laguna

It’s a measure of how important French manufacturer Renault is viewing the launch of third-generation Laguna mid-sized hatchback and wagon that CEO Carlos Ghosn was there... read more September 10, 2007 by 0


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