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People Are Reportedly Paying an Astronomical Average of $45,000 for New Cars
Crazy pricing be attributed to several factors, including the types of vehicles sold, inflation, and incentive availability, among others.
The Aston Martin V8 Vantage Could Be the Exotic DIY Project You’re Looking For
The gorgeous baby Aston is still fast and costs far less than its original price.
The All-Wheel-Drive Diagonal Test Shows a System’s True Capability
This is actually based more in reality than you might think.
MultiAir Was Dodge’s and Fiat’s Answer to VTEC
You might have seen "MultiAir" emblems on an engine or heard it referenced somewhere. Here's what that means.
What Manual All-Wheel-Drive Vehicle Should I Buy for the Winter?
No Subarus allowed.
How Do You Offer To Buy a Car When Its Owner Is Hard To Track Down?
Sometimes an abandoned-looking car seems like it needs to be saved. But what if the owner isn't around?
A Used Mazda RX-8 Could Be a Good Cheap Project for Ambitious Mechanics
There's still a lot of fun, brap-filled potential out there.
The Toyota Corolla Cross Isn’t Pointless
A little dull maybe, but a solid entry.
Poring Over a Random Encounter With BMW’s Incredible M2 C2 Factory Race Car
What's the deal with these particular and peculiar M2 CSs? A whole lot of cool stuf, actually.
Towing With the Ridgeline Makes a Strong Case for a Traditional Truck
The Ridgeline is rated to tow 5,000 pounds. We tried to get close to that limit to see how it would really handle such a load.