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This Week in Car Buying: Brand loyalty bumps up

Brand loyalty is increasing, according to Kelley Blue Book data, but it’s not an across the board as buyers of more affordable cars are more so, those who opt for luxury models, less so. More than 44 percent of non-luxury owners want to buy the same make next time around, compared to just over 40 percent of luxury buyers. More telling however is that only Read more...

2016 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Buyer's Guide

The Mercedes-Benz of Midsize Luxury Sedans (and Coupes, Convertibles and Wagons) Mercedes-Benz is doing an excellent job of evolving its vehicles to keep up with changing tastes, while maintaining its stranglehold on prestige and tradition. The 2016 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is a perfect example. Already the best-selling car in the segment, the E-Class's Read more...

A 2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS 50th Anniversary Edition will serve as the official pace car for this year’s historic 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 on May 29th. This marks the ninth time a Camaro has been tabbed for the honor and it will be piloted by another Brickyard legend, IndyCar team owner Roger Penske. Since 1969, Penske has racked up 16 Indy 500 Read more...

Well-heeled enthusiasts can start cueing up for a shot at owning one of the first 500 examples of the exotic 2017 Ford GT. Ford has now begun accepting applications for what it says will be the initial production run of 250 units per year from now until May 12 at a dedicated online configurator. However, merely visiting the site is only the Read more...

Shortly after announcing the 2017 V12 Vantage S would be offered with a manual transmission, Aston Martin also revealed that the V8 Vantage lineup would be simplified for the American market with the GT and S models being consolidated into a single Vantage GTS-spec for 2017. The car awaits a comprehensive redesign expected for the 2018 model year. To be Read more...

Aston Martin announced the Vantage lineup will receive a number of upgrades that will make its most affordable family member even more appealing. While the base Vantage V8 models have been dropped leaving only the hotter V8 S versions of the Coupe and Roadster, they -- as do all 2017 Astons -- boast the latest infotainment systems with navigation and Apple Read more...