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8 SUVs That Are More Dangerous Than You Think

Cars, trucks, and SUVs get safer every year. The standards for IIHS Top Safety Pick and NHTSA ratings keep getting higher, too, so consumers can

These 10 Sleeper Cars Are Perfect Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing

Dream machines like Lamborghinis and Bugattis are incredible cars, but there’s a lot more to owning them than just driving and maintenance. On top of their astronomical prices and

2017 Honda Clarity Fuel Cell First Drive: Hydrogen Hero

Strange new hydrogen fuel; same reassuring Honda experience. That’s the equation the 2017 Honda Clarity Fuel Cell is counting on for success, a four-door premium

10 of GM’s Most Important All-New Reveals for 2018

Forget everything you think you know about General Motors – well, except for the fact we still really miss the Pontiac brand. Yes, the American

2017 Chevrolet Camaro Track Concept Review

You have to give a measure of respect to General Motors for not entirely throwing the white flag on the European market despite withdrawing Chevrolet

2017 Bentley Bentayga Mulliner Review

British-based luxury automaker Bentley first introduced its Bentayga SUV in 2015 at the Frankfurt Motor Show,with production ramping up in November of that same year.

Don’t Plan on Reselling: These 10 Cars Depreciate Fast

For many, part of buying a new car is taking into consideration how much the car will be worth once you want something different. Companies like

10 Future Electric Vehicles That Will Change the Auto Landscape

Afters years of rumors about the next generation of electric vehicles, we finally have some real cars on the docket. Breakthroughs in technology, dropping battery costs, and a

The Electric Vehicles America Needed but Never Got

While electric vehicles are gaining momentum in the U.S., there’s still a long way to go. In December 2016, the segment’s peak month to date,

The 15 Fastest Mazda Cars of All Time

When you think about automotive muscle, you probably don’t think about Mazda. The Japanese company, founded in 1920 in Hiroshima, has long been known for

2017 Honda Accord Hybrid: Honda’s Great Green Leap Forward

Currently, a few factors are working to transform the auto market faster than ever before. The most notable is the growing acceptance of hybrids. No

2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV : Who Should and Shouldn’t Buy This Car

Our first drive of the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV confirmed many of our best suspicions. Rumors of its excellent economy and legitimate range were true,

10 Classic Cars That Could Make You Money in 2017

If only you had a nickel for every time you heard “I’m saving that. It’s going to be worth something someday.” You’d probably be rich. The

Chevrolet Bolt EV: 10 Things We Learned Driving the First Everyman EV

The race for the first affordable, long-range electric vehicle is over. General Motors is the winner, and the product is the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV,

7 Discontinued Cars That Will Become Extinct in 2017

Let’s play a game, shall we? Try to recall as many extinct vehicles as you can in 20 seconds: The faux wood-panel encrusted Chevy Caprice wagon is

How You Can Buy a Classic Car That Is ‘Brand New’

What could be better than daily driving a classic car? Climbing in behind that perfectly thin steering wheel, hearing the carbureted engine rumble to life, then

10 Reasons Why the Hyundai Elantra GT Sport is the One to Get

Stoking the fire that burns within hatchback fanatics is not always an easy task. While CUV sales continue to climb and wagon interest remains low, the compact hatchback

2017 Chevrolet Traverse Redline Edition Review

Unveiled for the 2018 model year, the second-generation Chevrolet Traverse is as fresh as it gets in 2017. Built around the new C1XX platform, which

Chevrolet Cruze Hatch vs. Chevrolet Equinox: Buy This, Not That

Pop quiz: Do you know what the best-selling Chevrolet in the world is? Did you guess the SS? Nice try. It’s the Cruze. How about

2017 Dodge Durango R/T Review: No SRT required for this V8-powered SUV

PROS Looks the part of a sporty SUV V8 engine offers respectable thrust Pricing is affordable for its class Unibody design stands out from truck-based

10 of the Most Powerful New Cars Available Under $20,000

Who says speed needs to be expensive? If you have $20,000 in your pocket, you can have a powerful cheap car. Unfortunately, this price point

2017 Buick Envision review

THE GOOD: The Envision gives a soft ride over rough roads, and its technological complement is everything a suburban warrior will need. THE BAD: The Envision’s 2.0-liter

2017 Chevrolet BOLT EV first drive: The first electric car truly for the everyman

I’m not convinced with the new BOLT EV’s tail-lights, but in just about every other way this all-electric car is a knock-out. A no compromise,

4 Things Tesla Needs to Avoid Model 3 Delays

By most accounts, Tesla Model 3 is the coolest thing to ever happen to electric cars. It’s like a hip nephew of the trailblazing Model

2017 Dodge Challenger GT AWD First Drive: Four-season Grand Touring in an affordable retro package

In the mid 1960’s a talented group of engineers in West Bromwich, England, dared to ask the question ‘why can’t a muscle car spin all

15 Risky Vehicles Automakers Gambled On

There’s a big difference between a sporting concept car and an automobile set to see production. Innovative real-world cars and trucks take years of product development and

10 Future Tesla Models to Expect in the Coming Years

For electric vehicles to have a real impact on air quality, they would need to succeed in multiple segments of the market — meaning that automakers

13 Ugliest Cars of All Time

Finding the fastest car in the world is straightforward. You compare its top speed or rate of acceleration to others and crown the champion. Choosing the

These Are the 10 Best Engines You Can Get for 2017

We drove many incredible cars in 2016, and 2017 is shaping up to be even better with cars like the Honda Civic Type-R, Mazda Miata RF,

10 Breathtaking American Cars Highlighting the 2017 Auctions

When you look at the list of most expensive cars ever sold, European models (mostly Ferrari) dominate. American cars have yet to fetch more than