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We sorted through the 30 world debuts and the 30 North American debuts to find the standouts. Here are our top five:
A host of autonomous or semiautonomous features are already offered on many of the vehicles featured at this month’s Los Angeles Auto Show.
In the world of sports cars, convertibles are for show, coupes are for go, and the 2015 Jaguar F-type R coupe goes like a scalded cat.
Is there a difference when choosing transmission fluid?
Since the dawn of the millennium, America's love affair with light-duty, full-size pickups has engendered something of a sea change. Their customers' needs and desires, as well as enabling technological advances, have produced a battery of new design and sales trends - trends that can be summarized with one word: more.
A Los Angeles-area company is trying to position itself at the perfect intersection of online DIY and the nation’s aging fleet of personal vehicles.
Nissan introduced the redesigned Versa subcompact hatchback, now called the Versa Note, just last year, following the remake of the Versa sedan model two years earlier.
My van has a baffling electrical issue that two different van conversion teams have been unable to isolate or fix.
Several minivans – including the Nissan Quest, the Chrysler Town & Country and its twin, the Dodge Grand Caravan — don’t do a good job of protecting occupants in crashes and failed recent Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests.
ord Motor Co. unveiled a restyled version of its standby Explorer sport-utility vehicle at the Los Angeles Auto Show on Wednesday, offering consumers more engine choices and a more luxurious trim level.

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