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  • Dodge Dart Shines Light on Future Chrysler-Fiat Vehicles

     
    The 2013 Dodge Dart is the first compact sedan from Chrysler in nearly seven years. That in itself is a milestone, but the car also looks competitive against the likes of the Toyota Corolla, Honda Civic and Chevrolet Cruze. Chrysler's......
  • Why 2012 Could Be the Year of the U.S. Auto Industry

     
    In a world still climbing back from the recession, debt crisis and natural disasters, can the U.S. economy be a beacon of hope? Many signals globally suggest instability. Traditional growth economies ??? the oft-cited BRICs, or Brazil, Russia, India and.....
  • Music against hate

     
    Dan Bassett, artistic director of the South Florida Pride Wind Ensemble, conducts the first rehearsal of the Youth Pride Band of South Florida. Photo: South Florida Pride Wind Ensemble, courtesy The Youth Pride Band of South Florida will make its debut...
  • Win a Toyota Camry and Give Another to Friend or Family

     
    To further push the redesigned 2012 Toyota Camry, which has competitors like the Ford Fusion and Hyundai Sonata chomping at the bit, Toyota has decided to give away two new Camrys to a lucky winner who uses the Shazam music......
  • No Plans for Cadillac XTS-V

     
    Wards Auto is reporting there will be no V performance version for Cadillac's new-for-2013 XTS sedan lineup. Slated to replace the DTS as the largest Cadillac in the lineup, the XTS is based on the Buick LaCrosse's architecture but is......
  • Project Drive-In Reveals Winners, Extends Run

     
    Like a blockbuster that extends its theatrical run in order to reap the profits of sustained ticket sales, Honda has extended the voting period in its Project Drive-In campaign by nearly two weeks. The charitable effort to purchase costly digital......
  • ???Dexter??? novelist Jeff Lindsay at library chat

     
    Fans of crime novels set in South Florida??may want to see author Jeff Lindsay at the Palm Beach County Library on April 14. The??5:30 p.m. fundraiser will cost you $25-$30 (depending on when you sign up), but you'll get a cocktail and hear the??best-...
  • Honda Picks Project Drive-In Final Four

     
    As the end credits rolled on Honda's Project Drive-In campaign to purchase pricey digital projectors for financially struggling drive-in theaters, four more winners were added to the contest marquee. Online voting at Projectdrivein.com had originally...
  • Driving Santa: Extreme Nerves at 2 MPH

     
    As an automotive journalist, I've piloted 500-horsepower supercars at high speeds. I've driven on some of the best tracks in the country, with professionals offering me tips. Exotic cars with price tags hovering near the balance of my mortgage have......
  • 2013 Detroit Auto Show: A Photo Gallery

     
    Cars.com photographer Evan Sears has collected 25 of his favorite shots from this year???s North American International Auto Show in Detroit for a unique gallery. "Photographing auto shows can be tricky," Evan says. "There can be any combination of...
  • Drive-ins Dwindle But Nostalgia Is Still Strong

     
    Joshua Sova's romance with the drive-in movie theater began when he was very young. The 33-year-old Muskego, Wis., resident fondly remembers family outings under the stars, catching a double feature (usually one good movie and one not so much), playing......