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WASHINGTON (AP) - Many Americans buying new cars these days are baffled by a torrent of new safety technology.
Buyers typically don't associate Kia with luxury, but its 2016 top-level Sorento SX-Luxury model is so robust in its looks, pleasing in its ride and stocked with features that it feels like a luxury SUV.
The numbers look good, but let’s face it, what really matters is how they compare to the Camaro’s nemesis, the Ford Mustang.
Americans have never been big fans of hatchback cars.
The Rolls-Royce Wraith is a car that anesthetizes all the muscles that keep your jaw from dropping. Despite the fact it weighs a rather porcine 2.7 tons, this uncharacteristically sporty fastback coupe is the fastest Rolls ever, vaulting from 0 to 60 in a scant 4.4 seconds.
If Bruce Wayne ever had to vacate the Batcave, he might insist on moving his Batgear with an arrow-sleek microturbine big rig with a carbon-fiber cargo trailer, an electronic dashboard of three computer tablets and tires wider than any race car.
Ford is doubling down on the use of aluminum-bodied vehicles with the unveiling of the 2017 F-Series Super Duty pickup.
BERLIN (AP) - Volkswagen and its Audi subsidiary said Friday that customers in Germany can now go to their websites to see if their vehicles are among those installed with software that the company says was used to manipulate U.S. emissions testing.
The Street: The luxury sedan is changing, and some automakers are far more prepared for it than others. With help from the EPA's FuelEconomy.gov site, we compiled a list of the most fuel-efficient luxury sedans on the market.