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When filling up at a gas station, the premium grade isn't always better for your car. Recent research by AAA found that higher octane fuel doesn't carry any added benefits for standard vehicles, but that many drivers occasionally use this kind of...
A donation of vehicles to the American Red Cross, the return of BMW Films, a world record flag towing, and a public service announcement challenge were among the items promoted by automakers recently.
A recent study by the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute suggests that the productivity benefit of autonomous vehicles will be minimal. The key obstacle would be unease with the new technology, with drivers indicating that they...
Mazda CX-3 captivated onlookers with its show-car-like KODO—Soul of Motion design that stood out among its staid competitors when it hit the road last year. Seventy-three of the world's most esteemed auto media jurors from around the world...
The new Armada starts at $44,400, which is not only a far cry from the QX80's $63,250 base price but also very competitive with full-size SUV stalwarts like the Chevy Tahoe ($47,000) and Ford Expedition ($46,225).
You might expect that people with substantial annual incomes would be more likely to favor flashy sports cars and other luxury models. However, a recent analysis by the automotive site Edmunds.com found that wealthy buyers actually prefer to buy...
The increasing prevalence of electronic stability control on vehicles in the United States resulted in more than 4,100 lives saved over a four-year period, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
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