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2015 Ford Expedition King Ranch Review

It's a real-life Canyonero.

2015 Ford F-150 4X4 Lariat Review

Meet the new King of the Road.

2015 Lexus NX 300h AWD Review

Bringing typical Lexus sensibility to a new market.

2015 Toyota Camry XSE Review

Let us now praise boring cars.

The Daily Driver

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

2015 Dodge Charger

Subprime Auto Loans Can Help You Rebuild Your Crappy Credit

Finding a lender isn't an issue, but that interest rate might be.

In the interest of full disclosure, you should be aware of two things before you read this article. First, Web2Carz offers services to connect our readers to auto lenders. We keep a firm wall between our editorial content and our business operations, but we also can't claim to be totally disinterested in this topic.

Bang for Your Buck: 2015 Lexus ES 300h 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.

GM Is Working to Develop Headlights that Move With Your Eyes

Just don't stare at that cutie on the sidewalk for too long.

Nighttime visibility remains an issue that we haven't fully sorted out yet. Sure, we have brights for when it gets really dark, but those brights can over-illuminate parts of the road or, worse, blind oncoming traffic. There has to be a better way to light up everything important, right? That's what GM's European brands believe, and they're hard at work on a lighting technology that uses your eye movements to figure out what needs to be lit up.

Pope Orders Pizza, Taser Blows up Car, Impatient Dog Honks Horn, Car Pulls Girl By Hair

Top Five (truly) Kick-Ass Car videos for March 27th

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.

This List of 5 Cars Will Make You Realize How Useless Today's Spoilers Really Are

What was once an aid to aerodynamics, has become something else.

There's a very good chance you've owned a car at one point that had a spoiler. There's an equally good chance you never bothered to really look at it, perched on the rear trunk lid like some useless sixth digit. Do you know why that car had one? Or why cars continue to employ these accessories in their design schemes? Here's a brief history of the spoiler and an explanation as to why they're pointless.

Man Gets Ticket for Driving with "World's Most Interesting Man"

Or, People Do the Darndest Things to Use the HOV Lane

In areas with carpool lanes, it can be very frustrating to see open lanes when the rest of the traffic is going at a crawl. This causes people to try many creative solutions (anything short of actually carpooling) to get away with driving solo in the high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane.

The Trefecta DRT Military-Grade Electric Super Bike Is Part Motorcycle, Part Bicycle

Wicked Tech: The $25K bike is in a category unto itself.

The electric bicycle market is steadily growing, and as battery technology continues to advance, the quality of the bikes continues to increase. So who better to get into the e-bike game than the battery engineer team responsible for the world's most advanced hybrid supercar? When Rimac Automobili teamed up with Trefecta Mobility to design a military-grade super e-bike the gauntlet had officially been thrown down.

The 2016 Jaguar F-Type Is Positively Loaded with New Standard Equipment

It's not often you can put "luxury sports car" and "value" together.

It doesn't matter how much money a person makes; everybody loves a good deal. That's even true with high-end sports cars. Take Jaguar for instance; for the F-Type's 2016 model year, the automaker is rolling out a slew of new standard offers, covering everything from warranty periods to trim levels to standard equipment. It all combines together to produce an F-Type that's better than ever before, and it lands at dealerships as early as April.

Is There an E-Bike Revolution on the Horizon? Depends What You Mean by "Bike"

Electric motorcycles are becoming a thing. Electric bicycle? Meh.

For a few years there's been talk, in certain extremely small circles, of a coming e-bike revolution. The future of transportation, they say, is about to change radically as the population explodes and more people live in densely populated cities. And that much is true, but that doesn't mean that e-bikes are poised to take over. For one thing, no one can seem to agree on what an e-bike is.

News Roundup: Kia Optima Teaser, Super Troopers 2, and Infiniti's New Sport Exhaust

Your auto news roundup for the week of 03/20 - 03/27.

If you've been living under a rock for the last day or two, you might have missed the announcement that Broken Lizard is attempting to crowd-fund its next venture, Super Troopers 2. Those who chose to donate early on (they've already surpassed the $2M minimum required to make a bare-bones movie) had a variety of perks come along with that donation. One lucky patron of the arts plunked down $35,000 for the chance to take home the "squad car" they'll be using in the movie.

DeltaWing Wants to Build a Gas-Powered Car that's More Efficient than Any Hybrid

Even more proof that racing is beneficial to everybody.

The DeltaWing is a strange beast. If you're not up to date on endurance racing, what you need to know is that the DeltaWing is a revolutionary racecar that takes the idea of traditional motorsport design and turns it upside down. Now, the company that's responsible for this car wants to bring its know-how to passenger vehicles, and a preliminary engineering study proves that it might be one of the best decisions to make.

Recall Roundup: Honda Expands Takata Recall Again, Range Rover Evoque Transmission Issues

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

Land Rover has issued a recall for nearly 40,000 examples of the 2014 and 2015 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque, all of which are located in China. The recall comes after a Chinese television program exposed Evoque owners suffering from transmission issues, including poor shifting, excessive noise, and an inability to put the car in Park. Along with replacing the affected transmissions, Land Rover is extending its transmission warranty to seven years or roughly 150,000 miles, whichever comes first.

Lyft Drivers Claim They Were Cheated Out of $1,000 Bonuses

A lawsuit levied against the ridesharing app will go before a jury.

When Lyft started a new promotional program last month, offering a $1,000 incentive to recruit new drivers, it almost seemed too good to be true. And, for many applicants who were eager to take advantage of the bonus opportunity, it was. A 22-page complaint asserts that Lyft cheated many drivers out of bonuses, totaling $5 million.

The 2016 Jaguar XF: Lighter, Prettier, More Connected Than Ever

Its new design brings it in line with the upcoming XE.

Barring a minor refresh, the Jaguar XF mid-size luxury car has been hanging out for about eight years now, which means it's more than a bit due for an update. Now that Jaguar's launched an all-new XE set to slot beneath the XF in both size and price, Jaguar's built a second-generation XF that bears a strong resemblance to its new little brother - and it's got a few additional tricks up its sleeve, as well.