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Mankind’s great quest to move faster, to shorten the time between distant points, is one of the pillars of progress. It’s also a huge rush.
Finally, the production-ready Chevrolet Camaro bares all.
Buyers of the base Impreza are likely looking at the car as a way to get four-wheel-drive capability in an economy car, and to us, $17,737 is a pretty fair price.
The Toyota Yaris has suddenly become a hot seller thanks to its excellent fuel economy and solid Toyota build quality.
There’s an effortlessness to the way this car drives that is very satisfying.
The RX-8 is an inviting car-small, sporty, fun to drive.
Testing the tuner waters.
The Pilot goes down the road with authority, and the chassis feels very solid.
The hand-built 355-hp AMG engine feels limitless at normal cruising speeds.
The Ford Model T’s 100-year anniversary is being celebrated at the 2008 Centennial Model T Party in Richmond, Indiana.
We sat down with Cheryl Pilcher, product manager for the reborn Camaro, and discussed Chevy’s new muscle car.
The new LaFontaine Buick-Pontiac-GMC-Cadillac dealership in Highland, Michigan, aims to be environmentally friendly.
Want to get a fast Saleen Mustang on the cheap? No problem – it just won’t be labeled a Saleen.
Still awkward after all these years. We look back on the fourth-generation 7-series in anticipation of what’s next from BMW.
Detroit Auto Show