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  • Car review: 2011 Mercedes-Benz GL350

    Car review: 2011 Mercedes-Benz GL350
    Let's face it: If you're smitten by Mercedes' GL-Class full-size SUV, the recent run-up in prices at the pump probably rates somewhere between insignificant and unimportant in your car search. With seating for seven, the GL-Class is a big SUV -- and it...
  • What's the Most Affordable New Car?

    Used-car prices are going up, and gas prices remain high. That makes new small cars with good mileage even more attractive to car shoppers. However, low starting prices under $15,000 don't really translate to the transaction price most buyers face when...
  • Fly or drive – what's the better deal?

    Fly or drive – what's the better deal?
    Who would take a road trip when gasoline is hovering near $4 a gallon? Well, you might, especially if you're taking the family. Sometimes it's cheaper to drive. "Driving makes sense if you have three people traveling, heavy baggage or fragile sporting...
  • 2011 Acura TSX Sport Wagon shows parenthood can have perks

    2011 Acura TSX Sport Wagon shows parenthood can have perks
    Wagons are typically a practical purchase — an investment often dictated by a change in life circumstance. In other words, babies. As a whole, wagons represent a settling down, a resignation of youth, a reluctant embrace of responsibility as the...
  • Volkswagen Touareg Hybrid's selling point is power, not fuel economy

    Volkswagen Touareg Hybrid's selling point is power, not fuel economy
    Volkswagen recently put on sale the second generation of its mid-size sport utility vehicle, the 2011 Touareg. Sitting at the top of the Touareg line is the $61,385 Hybrid, a vehicle that is eminently capable and well-executed. Yet, with a single...
  • Obama's choice: Higher gas prices, weaker economy

    Obama's choice: Higher gas prices, weaker economy
    Campaigning for office, President Barack Obama promised to do something about high gas prices, but now he is denying he can do much about what Americans pay to drive. He is too modest. In September 2008, Steven Chu said to The Wall Street Journal:...
  • O'Malley should call a gas tax special session

    O'Malley should call a gas tax special session
    Imagine that next week the price of a gallon of gasoline in Maryland went up a nickel or so. This shouldn't be too difficult a stretch the way gasoline prices have been rising in recent months. It may go up two cents or six, or it may stay about the same....
  • Powerful Mercedes CL63 AMG throws tree-huggers a bone

    Powerful Mercedes CL63 AMG throws tree-huggers a bone
    Big Benz looked like the sort of blitzkrieg coupe that ought to be locked in the city pound. After all, in these ponderously PC times, how do you justify a 4,800-pound, two-door Mercedes-Benz — a $166,000 turbocharged coupe with 563 horsepower?...
  • Car review: 2012 Subaru Impreza adds fuel economy

    Car review: 2012 Subaru Impreza adds fuel economy
    The recipe for Subaru's compact Impreza is getting a rewrite for 2012. Previously, it was like a bag of trail mix that skimped on the M&Ms. The Impreza was a hearty, go-anywhere offering that was long on nutrition but short on a key ingredient to sweeten...
  • Save money on fuel, even without a fuel-efficient car

    Save money on fuel, even without a fuel-efficient car
    If you're not ready to buy a more fuel-efficient car, you can still save money in a number of ways in whatever vehicle you drive. Cars.com provides the tips and dispels the myths. Revive the classics The biggest fuel savings comes not from hybrid...
  • Hyundai Elantra can please both sides of the brain

    Hyundai Elantra can please both sides of the brain
    Shopping for a compact car is typically an exercise for your left brain. This hemisphere of your mind where logic resides delights in how rational and economical cars in this segment can be. Meanwhile, the more visually oriented right side of your...