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2014 Ford C-Max Energi Review

Purely electric roadtrips are still just publicity stunts.

2015 Subaru BRZ Series Blue Review

Blue Is the Funnest Color.

2015 Honda Accord Touring Review

Still the King of Cars, after all these years.

2015 Jaguar F-Type R Coupe Review

The Phineas Gage of sports cars.

The Daily Driver

Our auto journalists give daily impressions of the cars they drive.

2015 Buick LaCrosse

Lincoln's "Black Label" Recaptures the Brand's Exclusivity

Delivering high-class services with a palatable price tag.

Are you sick of the media and everybody else casting doubt upon the value of domestic luxury brands when compared to their European counterparts? Lincoln sure is, and the automaker is determined to show that upper-echelon American brands can bring a level of luxury to the market that most would associate with high-end cars from Germany, England, or Italy. Its ambitious program is called Black Label, and for a surprisingly low amount of money, you can feel like a king.

Ford Honored for 2015 Mustang Airbag Design

A new lightweight design using plastic, is making big waves.

This week, the Society of Plastics Engineers automotive division honored the engineering team of the 2015 Ford Mustang. Ford received awards for Engineering Team of the Year and won awards for five other categories, including safety and body interior. They also grabbed Grand Innovation of the Year for their innovative airbag design of the Mustang, which is also available in the Edge.

2014 LA Auto Show, Winter Crashes, Car's Record for Donuts

Web2Carz Presents Top 5 Kick Ass Car videos of the week.

It is no less than an exciting week in the world of car videos - from the serious and precautionary to the downright fun. From Dallas to Dubai and back again, Web2Carz brings you another installment in our weekly Top Five (truly) Kick-Ass Car Videos, which begins with some early reports of new cars unveiled at the 2014 LA Auto Show.

Which Cars Have the Best Resale Value?

ALG Residual Value Awards rank the cars that depreciate least.

One of the worst things about buying a new car is thinking about depreciation: the fact that your brand new, many-thousand-dollar car loses nearly 20 percent of its value the second you drive it off the lot. Most people choose simply to not think about depreciation when deciding which car to buy.

Chicago: Buy a 2015 Nissan Leaf, Get Free Charging

Nissan's free-juice program expands to a new location.

As we slowly slog toward the depths of winter, some people are gearing up to buy a car. While it might seem counterproductive to purchase a car that will immediately sully itself with salt no fewer than ten feet off the showroom floor, there are many good incentives to take advantage of when the weather gets chilly. For Chicagoans, Nissan has a new program that might get you running to don your parka, especially if you're already in the market for an electric car.

Volvo Uses Google Cardboard for VR Test Drives of the XC90

Wicked Tech: Experience the new luxury SUV before it hits the U.S.

Volvo's all-new 2016 XC90 SUV has been garnering abundant media attention as of late, and rightfully so. Aside from being a jaw-dropping, seven-passenger vehicle meant to revive the Swedish brand, the XC90 is also paving the way for new tech. The vehicle itself comes equipped with a new 9-inch touchscreen center dash, with a number of engine options, including the T8 plug-in hybrid gasoline-electric drivetrain.

News Roundup: What Didn't Happen in L.A. This Week

Your auto news roundup for the week of 11/14 - 11/21.

Have you been wondering why automakers have been giving away free hydrogen with their new fuel-cell vehicles? Well, according to an exclusive from our friends at Autoblog, it's because they have no idea how to measure it. Yep, you heard that right; currently, there is no way to measure dispensed hydrogen similar to how we measure dispensed gasoline. No accurate measurements, no charging.

Recapping the 2014 L.A. Auto Show: Day 3

From big to small, the third day has got it all.

It's the third press day of the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show, which means things are drawing to a close. But we're not done just yet; there are still a small handful of automakers that have press conferences on the third day. That means new cars, be they concepts or production models, all of which are deserving of your attention. Read on to check out our recap of the final day in L.A.

The Toyota Mirai & Honda FCV: Hydrogen Cars Are Almost Here

The future is coming, and it's kind of an ugly one.

Earlier this year, Hyundai debuted its Tucson Fuel Cell hydrogen vehicle, which was little more than a standard Tucson with a new drivetrain powered by compressed hydrogen. It's also only available in California. Toyota and Honda had plans to release their own hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles, as well, but until recently, we hadn't heard much from either camp. Now, both Toyota and Honda have more information about their cars, and it looks like 2016 will be the year of the fuel cell.

The Bentley Grand Convertible Is the Drop-Top of Your Dreams

Once again, Bentley sets the bar for premier motoring.

The Bentley Mulsanne Speed is one of the most impressive sedans on the road, with some serious V-8 power pushing its exquisitely-sculpted mass down the road. But what if you want the Mulsanne experience with two fewer doors and no roof? Until recently, that would be impossible; now,though, Bentley has an answer to that question. It's called the Grand Convertible, and it's the fanciest way to get the wind in your hair.

Throwback Thursday: The Ford Explorer

Ford's iconic SUV has reached a milestone of 7 million units.

What have the last five years done to our favorite rides? If you're in the market for a new vehicle, it might be prudent to take a look at some previous model years. We all know that saying about cars depreciating as soon as they're driven off the lot, but how much do they depreciate after half-a-decade? Are there optiions you simply can't live without today, that weren't available five years ago?

The Volkswagen Golf R Variant: The Wagon Is Back!

And there's actually a chance that America will get it!

The Volkswagen Golf SportWagen is the automaker's replacement for the outgoing Jetta SportWagen. The Volkswagen Golf R is the hottest of hot hatches, with an all-wheel-drive system coupled to a high-horsepower turbocharged motor. Up until this year, Volkswagen hadn't thought it necessary to combine the two. But now it has, and the result is the Golf R Variant, otherwise known as the station wagon that America has been waiting on for some time.

Recapping the 2014 L.A. Auto Show: Day 2

2015 is going to be a great year for, well, everybody.

While there were plenty of releases on the first day of the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show, the real meat-and-potatoes of the event took place on the second day. Automakers from around the world showcased a variety of cars, some heading to production, some remaining (for now) as mere concepts. If you can't make it to the L.A. Auto Show, fear not; we've recapped all the important unveilings of the second day right here for you to enjoy.

Recall Roundup: Ford, Land Rover, and Yes, Takata Again

Let's see what's new in automotive recalls this week.

Ford has issued a recall for the 2014-2015 Ford Fusion, Fusion Energi, and Fusion Hybrid. According to the automaker, the key might be able to be removed from the ignition without the vehicle in park. It's not a common situation where the problem can occur, so no crashes or anything have been linked to the problem yet. This recall affects about 65,000 cars in North America, 57,000 of which are in the U.S.