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Hybrid vehicles are still failing to win over the hearts and minds of mainstream consumers.
Lamborghinis can be called many things — brutish, temperamental, sexy, subtle as a Sherman tank in a school zone. Refinement has never been part of the formula, until the 610-horsepower Huracan went on sale last month.
Chevrolet’s redesigned Impala full-size sedan continues to wow consumers a year after its introduction as a 2014, and it returns for 2015 with a couple of new features, including automatic stop-start for the 2.5-liter engine.
We will see the results of the Big Bet in late November. That's when Ford begins selling its radically redesigned F-150, the first full-size pickup built with a weight-saving and, hence, fuel-saving aluminum cab and cargo bed.
I have noticed that my wheel is steering towards the right when I come to a stop. What could be wrong?
Fully redesigned last year, the 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 offers a more modern take on the traditional full-size pickup truck. That means the bare...
Is it necessary to flush the brake fluid after 20,000 miles?
DETROIT (AP) - Once a hulking symbol of American excess, sport utility vehicles are quickly becoming the world's favorite way to get around.
Honda and its luxury arm, Acura, will each be bringing some new sheet metal to the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Expect to wait a little longer for Tesla Motors to debut its long-awaited sport utility vehicle.

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