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The Street: The year is only a bit more than half over, but auto enthusiasts are already looking forward to these five models showing up in U.S. dealerships for 2015.
The Street: Here are 10 vehicles, with starting prices below $18,000, that will cost their buyers less than $27,000 to own over the next five years, according to Cars.com.
Porsche is the top brand for owner satisfaction, with Hyundai the top non-premium brand, per a new study by auto industry experts J.D. Power.
Comparing the BMW 535d, Mercedes-Benz E250 BlueTec and Audi A6 TDI.
The Monster has long been Ducati's entry-level machine, due in large part to an easy-to-control upright seating position and reasonable power plant - reasonable being relative with all things Ducati.
Why does the engine quit in my Trailblazer?
The manual transmission is still a principal player on the global stage, where it finds a role in roughly half the vehicles sold.
The four-door Mini Cooper Countryman was the only one of 12 cars to earn a top rating of "good" in new frontal crash tests.
California is tops when it come to driving with the top down.
Vespa is the Harley-Davidson of scooters.
It has been almost a year since hundreds of decrepit, yet barely driven, Chevys went up for auction in a small Nebraska town, fetching more than half a million dollars for a retired auto dealer.