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2015 Chevrolet Trax LT AWD Review

Affordable yes, but also cheap.

2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 2WD LS Review

Redefining the words entry-level pickup.

2015 Audi S3 Review

A hero in a half-shell.

2015 Range Rover HSE Review

Conspicuous consumption done right.

The Daily Driver

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

2015 Volkswagen Golf

These Gorgeous Automotive Patent Prints Are the Perfect Addition to Your Man Cave

Mechanical drawings aren't just for the flat file anymore.

Old technology never dies. It just waits around to become part of some "artisanal" trend. Printing may be a dying profession, but as an art form, it's just getting started. Silk-screens, screw-presses, letter presses-all the remnants of the pre-portable screen age

Being Inside Mercedes' Concept Private Jet Cabin is Even Swankier Than Being Inside Its Cars

We'd let Mercedes design anything of ours, if we could.

Mercedes-Benz is a company that's usually recognized for, you know, its work in the automobile industry. That said, good design transcends the medium, and thus, Mercedes is often using its designing prowess to affect other arenas, as well. So when Lufthansa went looking for a design studio that would help design the next generation of VIP aircraft, the aviation giant went to the automotive giant for some help, and the result is simply beautiful.

EarthRoamer's XV-HD is an American-Made Beast of an RV

Take off-road adventure to a new level with this fortress.

Love the outdoors? Summer is the perfect time to get away for a camping trip. But if you want the freedom to roam and explore the outdoors unencumbered by campsite locations, the solution could be at your fingertips - in the front seat of EarthRoamer's XV-HD.

Can't Back up Your 2016 Ford F-150's Trailer? Pro Trailer Backup Assist Has You Covered

Not only does it save time, it might just save the day, as well.

Steering a trailer while backing up is an art, an exercise in patience and throwing away everything you know about reversing. If you want the trailer to go left, you have to turn the wheel right-but not too far to the right. For newbies and regulars alike, the experience can get a bit hairy, especially without a spotter handy. Thankfully, Ford's built itself a system that will take all that crap and make it the machine's problem.

10 Trailering Trips from GMC to Help Keep Your Holiday Travel Trouble-Free

Boating season means people pulling trailers. Here's what to remember.

Memorial Day weekend symbols the unofficial start of the summer season, which means car trips to the country's nether-regions in search of water, sun, and sand. Many vacationers will be towing boats, jet-skis, and assorted other funmobiles behind them, and so GMC, proud makers of trucks since 1902, have come up with a handy list of tips to ensure that your trailering goes smoothly.

Captain America' Saves Man From Burning Car, and Car Sing-a-long Blowout Caught on Tape.

Top Five (truly) Kick-Ass Car videos for May 22nd

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.

No, You Shouldn't Be Buying Brand New Cars for Your Freshly-Licensed Children

There's more to it than just trying to keep your little ones safe.

Recently, I came across an article on Forbes' website, written by Joann Muller. It was called, "Why You Really Should Buy Your Teenager a New Car." Aside from the fact that I prefer the grammar-be-damned should really to really should, something else about the article stuck with me. Namely, the story posits that you absolutely must buy your child a new car. To that, I say no. Hell no.

Volkswagen's Golf GTE Sport Concept is Visionary Hybrid

Wicked Tech: Looks like VW is turning its GT brand electric.

What does the future of Volkswagen's GT performance brand look like? After the German automaker unveiled their latest concept car- the Golf GTE Sport - it looks like a hybrid future lies ahead. VW debuted the GTE Sport to the world at the 34th GTI Meet at Lake Worthersee in Austria - an annual gathering of GTI fanatics that draws upwards of 200,000 visitors.

Bang for Your Buck: 2015 BMW 740Ld xDrive vs. the Used-Car Market

Checking out a new car's competition from the used-car market.

It's no surprise that buyers often compare both new and used cars. For a given price point, the market for potential cars explodes once you start looking away from new cars alone. Yes, you might give up the warranty, but if you're looking for something unique, used cars provide a good value ... provided you pick the right one. Bang for Your Buck takes a look at five used cars you could get with the money you'd spend on the new car we've tested recently.

Don't Believe the Hype on Natural Gas, Report Says, and the Diesel Industry Agrees

Diesel runs the big machines, and it ought to stay that way.

One effective way of quickly reducing carbon emissions is to encourage municipalities to convert fleet vehicles from gas-burning to alternative-fuel using. There's been a big push to encourage use of natural gas, since it produces fewer CO2 emissions than traditional gasoline. However, natural gas is far from environmentally friendly, and now a new underlines that fact.

BMW's 435i ZHP Pays Homage to One of the Best Equipment Packages Ever Conceived

It's not the same, but hey, it's better than nothin'.

Back in the days of the E46-generation BMW 3 Series, the hi-po M3 was offered in coupe form only. To rework the sedan to fit the M3's wheel setup would have required more fender work than BMW wanted, so the sedan only received a Performance Package, option-code ZHP. The E46 ZHP went on to be one of the most celebrated BMWs, but once the M3 sedan came back, the ZHP floated away into the ether. Now, it's back. Sort of.

News Roundup: American Driving Habits, Mazda's New Commercials, and an Alabama Aston

Your auto news roundup for the week of 05/15 - 05/22.

"Driving Matters" is the slogan behind Mazda's newest ad campaign, which is targeted at buyers who view driving as the opposite of a daily chore. It's a little less whimsical than "Zoom-Zoom," if you ask us. This campaign, which stretches across multiple mediums including print and television, features the whole vehicle lineup, not just the all-new MX-5.

The Legal Hits Just Keep on Coming for Ride-Sharing Company Uber

Drivers and passengers are taking aim at how Uber is doing business.

We already know Uber has been slapped with a billion-dollar suit alleging its founders stole their ride-sharing idea. But it has also been involved in two class-action suits involving the appropriation of drivers' gratuities. Uber drivers brought a putative class-action suit against the company alleging the car service tricked passengers into paying a 20-percent tip that wasn't fully paid to drivers.

Throwback Thursday: The Mazda MX-5 is the Bane of All British Roadsters

The Japanese creation is still one of the best values for sports cars.

Every week we take a look back at how our favorite cars, trucks, and SUVs have evolved over the years - the "embarrassing childhood photos". Welcome to Throwback Thursday! The Mazda MX-5 is deeply rooted in the history of the British roadster, although no one in Japan probably wants to admit that.