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  • Tournament of Roses Parade Floats on Display

    PASADENA -- The 120th annual Tournament of Roses Parade is over, but there's still some time to enjoy the spectacular floats in person. All 46 of the flowery creations will be lined up along Sierra Madre Boulevard near Pasadena High School for public...
  • Stars test the waters with hydrogen cars

    Stars test the waters with hydrogen cars
    Oscar-winning writer and director Paul Haggis owns four Toyota Priuses and is high on the waiting list to buy a $100,000 Tesla electric roadster. But when he heard about the new Honda FCX Clarity, a hydrogen-powered car that gets 270 miles on a tank and...
  • Ford to delay new F-Series pickups, citing the rising cost of gasoline

    Ford to delay new F-Series pickups, citing the rising cost of gasoline
    Henry Ford II was famous for saying "Big cars, big profits. Small cars, small profits." Now a better mantra for the country's second-largest carmaker might be "Big cars, no profits." Faced with crashing sales of big sport utility vehicles and...
  • U.S. carmakers are flat-out hurting

    U.S. carmakers are flat-out hurting
    America's Big Three automakers are looking awfully small these days. Speculation about asset sales, takeovers and even bankruptcy for the former titans of Detroit raged Thursday as a stock market rout after a downgrade by Goldman Sachs brought shares...
  • Airbags Lead Honda To Recall 400,000 Cars

    Airbags Lead Honda To Recall 400,000 Cars
    American Honda Motor Co. Inc. is recalling some 2001-2002 Accords, 2001 Civics, and 2002-2003 Acura TLs, for potential problems with airbag inflation that could result in injury or death to the driver or passengers. The recall, which expands a November...
  • The New Jaguar

    Gayle Anderson was live in Los Angeles to take a look at the new Jaguar XJ luxury sedan. A July 2009 WALL STREET JOURNAL article takes a look at this car's arrival at a time when the economy is not the best: "Luxury manufacturers are betting that wealthy...
  • '07 vehicle sales slip into reverse

    '07 vehicle sales slip into reverse
    Sales of cars and light trucks in the U.S. fell to their lowest level in almost a decade last year -- and the first half of 2008 isn't likely to be much better for automakers. They reported Thursday that vehicle sales in 2007 totaled 16.1 million, off 2....
  • Bumpy road ahead for industry?

    Bumpy road ahead for industry?
    Consumer prices are up. The stock market is down. The dollar has plummeted. And credit is tightening. So what does that mean for motorcycles -- not only future sales, but also new model development, pricing and financing? Well, it appears the bad news has...
  • A long road to mileage goals

    Cars are set to get dramatically better mileage in the next decade under the energy bill that's expected to get final congressional approval today. But for drivers hoping to see sport utility vehicles go the way of the dinosaurs and find dealerships...
  • Websites help drivers get out of leases on the cheap

    Websites help drivers get out of leases on the cheap
    Suffering from lessee's remorse? In the past, making an early exit from a car lease was about as easy as getting out of jail free. Now a handful of websites are offering restless consumers a chance at freedom while also providing an option for those...
  • Honda CRF230L dual sport has yet a third purpose

    Honda CRF230L dual sport has yet a third purpose
    If you close your eyes, listen closely and click the heels of your off-road boots three times, you just might hear a ringing sound. Is it tinnitus? Probably. But I like to think it's cash registers as they rack up sales for dual sports. Bikes that can...