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Today's muscle cars put the oldies to shame

Modern technology makes it possible to blend high performance, fuel economy

Electric-vehicle growth depends on support

A recent report by energy experts Global Data reiterates the challenges facing the adoption of Battery Electric Vehicles at global and national levels.
Old name, but with new energy

Old name, but with new energy

The arrival of the 2013 Dodge Dart at Chrysler dealerships heralds the second product of a marriage between Chrysler and Fiat.

Not your daddy's Caddy

Cadillac is in the middle of a revival. Go to any Cadillac dealership and you won't find any of the old land yachts anywhere.
This isn't your daddy's Caddy

This isn't your daddy's Caddy

Cadillac is in the middle of a revival. Go to any Cadillac dealership and you won't find any of the old land yachts anywhere.

Aussies recall Chinese cars over asbestos concerns

An Australian importer recalled 23,000 Chinese-made cars after asbestos was found inside engine and exhaust gaskets, the nation's consumer watchdog said Wednesday. Ateco Automotive, which imports the cars made by Great Wall Motor Co.

Engine stumbles likely a spark-plug problem

Questions & Answers
Electric cars really aren't all that new

Electric cars really aren't all that new

While electric vehicles may be new to the mainstream, they're old news for EV enthusiasts.

Competent, capable and safely moderate

With summer barrelling through the calendar faster than you can say "water wings," it's likely you have a family reunion looming on the horizon.

Some carmakers getting rid of in-dash CD players

Digital music players contributing to loss of old-fashioned equipment