Thursday, August 21, 2014
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The Street: If you're thinking about buying a new car in the near future, drop everything and do it now. That's because an analysis of millions of U.S. auto purchases made over the past five years found that August is the best month for vehicle prices.
Older models of the Honda Accord and Honda Civic are the most-stolen cars in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, according to a new report.
The Street: Ladies, if you think your mechanic is giving you a bum deal just because you're a woman, you may be right.
The Street: There have been vehicles released within the past year that are every bit the detriment to design that the 2001 Pontiac Aztek, 1977 Lincoln Versailles and 1985 Cadillac DeVille were. The following are just 10 examples.
The Obama administration said Monday it is taking a first step toward requiring that future cars and light trucks be equipped with technology that enables them to warn each other of potential danger in time to avoid collisions.
It's the dawn of a new Genesis, and the resulting sedan is quite possibly the best vehicle that Hyundai currently offers.
Until recently, the only Royal Enfields on American highways were participating in vintage bike runs or headed to museums.
Lexus invented the luxury crossover SUV when it introduced its RX model 16 years ago. For that Edisonesque accomplishment, the upmarket manufacturer was issued a license to print money.
In the shadow of the Santa Rosa Mountains in California, a private playground for some of the nation's wealthiest gearheads is rising out of the desert heat.
The EBR 1190RX, the first of his new moderately priced machines made for the street, is a total winner.

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