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2016 Smart ForTwo First Review

I've always liked the idea behind the Smart ForTwo more than the car itself. After all, like pickup trucks make sense for rural living, urban cars make a lot of sense for city dwellers. They're small, they only use a little gas, and they take up much less parking space in a crowded city. Unfortunately, the actual execution of the previous-generation Smart was, well, kind of awful. The transmission was jerky, the price was too high, the car... Read More


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OnStar will market services for all vehicles through Best Buy stores

Moving to aggressively expand its scope well beyond the GM fold, OnStar has announced it will begin retailing its services nationally through more than...


OnStar previews new apps that use Verizon 4G LTE Mobile Broadband

Intent on leveraging the additional speed and inherent potential of emerging 4G technology for its own expanding lineup of customer services, OnStar is...


Toyota Entune multimedia system introduced at CES

Toyota used the Consumer Electronics Show to reveal its new Entune multimedia system which will begin rolling into "select" models starting later this...


2012 Hyundai Veloster teaser - 2011 Detroit Auto Show

Although hard facts will have to wait until next Monday when it gets a formal reveal in Motown, this latest and by far most revealing sneak peek of the...


Ford Teases 2012 Focus Electric ahead of CES debut

Although offering no additional facts, Ford today released a teaser image of its first EV offering which will be formally revealed at 11:00 AM PST on...


Fiat ponders taking a majority interest in Chrysler

Sergio Marchionne, who heads up both Fiat SpA and Chrysler Group LLC, told reporters in Italy that Fiat is considering acquiring up to a 51-percent...


2011 Cadillac SRX 2.8T to take final bow

Following an initial year that saw it account for less than 10 percent of total line volume, the turbocharged Cadillac SRX 2.8T will be mustered out of...


Los Angeles Auto Show

The Los Angeles Auto Show is the country’s first big auto show of the season and continues to grow more important every year. The fact that...


Ford will tear down torture-tested EcoBoost V6 at Detroit Auto Show

In an unprecedented show of confidence, a team of Ford engineers will publicly disassemble a 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine at the upcoming Detroit Auto...


Ford adding Auto Start-Stop technology to its 2012 U.S. lineup

In an effort to help further boost its critical corporate average fuel economy (CAFE) numbers, Ford has announced that it will expand the fitment of its...


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