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We drove the Acura TLX A-Spec back in June. Ever since then, we've been thinking about how we'd configure on if we were going to buy it. Here are the choices we'd make.
The GMC Envoy XUV sounds like a smart idea: combine the practicality of an SUV with the utility of a pickup into one vehicle. Unfortunately, good ideas don't always pan out.
A common vehicle customization for many people is new aftermarket wheels for their car. However, upgrading your wheels isn't as easy as you might expect. Here are some reasons why.
You see, the TT RS costs a mere $64,900 (base MSRP), while others easily come close to or actually exceed that painful $100,000 price tag.
Ford recently decided to cancel its Fiesta in the U.S. This means the fantastic Fiesta ST hot hatch will be gone, too. Does that mean the used versions of the car will become valuable?
Car maintenance is expensive. By doing it yourself you won't have to pay the mechanic's high labor fees, but is it worth it to spend your own precious time on your car?
Last week, when the new XC40 crossover bowed, so did the Care by Volvo program that gets you into an XC40 and all the associated car needs for a single flat price.
There's a lot of car enthusiasts out there pining for a good mid-engine sports car. People talk about past affordable mid-engine sports cars often. The MR2 Spyder is usually left out. It shouldn't be.
Americans have an odd aversion to wagons. It is this dislike of the vehicle type that drove the Audi A6 Avant from our shores. Now we can only admire it from afar.
The vast majority of five-passenger cars, CUVs, and SUVs can really only be used regularly for four passengers. Why? Because the second-row middle seat in just about every vehicle out there sucks.
The Nissan LEAF captivated every electric car enthusiast when it first came out eight years ago. Nissan has a new LEAF for 2018, and the company hopes it to be just as successful as its predecessor.
Like gender roles, sexuality, race, and culture, vehicles are becoming harder and harder to fit into preselected categories. This is due mostly to the crossover utility vehicle.
Chinese firms are buying into the automotive industry quickly and one day, the automotive industry will be less about American, Japanese, and European companies and more about Chinese investors.
If you've ever done car shopping online, you've probably ventured over to the Craigslist classifieds in search of something interesting. But have you tried Facebook?
Automakers seem to build either electrified vehicles or diesel vehicles, but why not put those two things together? It would be extremely efficient and put regular hybrids to shame.