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This Week in Car Buying: Model year closeouts start early

Much like seeing Christmas decorations going up around Halloween, the end-of-the-model-year sales events, which typically crank up in August and roll through the big Labor Day Weekend, are now getting started in mid-July. Rebates, lease deals and low-interest loans are being offered across the board on 2016 models, and as we observed recently, are also being offered on select 2017 models. Some of the most generous cash deals out there are... Read More


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First Drive: 2015 Toyota Fuel Cell Vehicle prototype

Although it remains the dominant player in the world of hybrid vehicles, Toyota is convinced the next truly meaningful step in the automotive propulsion...


Exploring Key West in a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Florida is exceptionally quiet from September to early October. The summer tourists are gone and the state isn't yet overrun with folks fleeing wintry...


2014 Cadillac ELR Starts at $75,995, Entering Showrooms in January

Today, Cadillac announced that its ELR electrified luxury coupe will begin popping up in showrooms across the country in January 2014. The all-new 2014...


Speed dating: 48 hours with the Volkswagen Scirocco R

It's been a quarter century since the Volkswagen Scirocco was readily available for mass consumption in North America, and for good reason. Volkswagen...


2014 Honda Accord Hybrid First Review: Hitting 50 mpg and Beyond

Honda's venerable Accord sedan is on the verge of reaching new fuel-economy heights. It's not as if the latest Accord was hurting for efficiency. With...


2014 vs. 2013: Here's what's new at Buick this year

Although there are no totally new entries in Buick's five-vehicle corral for 2014, all models roll into showrooms with at least some updates. A...


2015 Cadillac Escalade unveiled

  Intent on moving to the forefront of the full-size luxury SUV realm, the 2015 Cadillac Escalade made its world debut today at an event in New...


Subaru details its next-generation EyeSight driver-assist system

Although it won't be hitting the streets here for another year or more, Subaru has taken the wraps off of a new and even more sophisticated version of...


Forget me not: Aging Ford F-150 can still hang with the new guys

The light-duty pickup truck segment has gone through a renaissance as of late. Ram kicked off the changes last year when it introduced the latest...


Has the new $30,000 Mercedes-Benz CLA earned its three-pointed star?

More than a fancy badge in the neighborhood of mainstream money, the CLA is indeed a premium experience that's also fun to drive. After a two-decade...


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