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  • Five Unexpected Family Cars

     
    Most people opt for a minivan or three-row crossover when shopping for a family car, especially when two or more kids are involved. Parents willing to color outside the traditional car-class lines, however, will be pleasantly surprised by what they...
  • Hyundai Genesis, el auto del año y los 5 mejores sedanes

    Hyundai Genesis, el auto del año y los 5 mejores sedanes
    Vayamos a la historia del Génesis. El diseño del cuerpo tomó tres años y el costo total del programa fue de $500 millones en un período de desarrollo de 23 meses. En la pista de pruebas corrió por 800,000 millas, y siempre se usó como punto de...

    Ruble collapse hits Asian carmakers' ambitions in Russia

    Asian carmakers who bet big on expanding in Russia face a test of their commitment to a market they once hoped was set to surpass Germany's by size, as the rouble plunges and auto sales skid. Manufacturers including Japan's Nissan Motor Co, China's Great...

    $66,000 K900 full-size sedan adds luxury to Kia's credentials

     $66,000 K900 full-size sedan adds luxury to Kia's credentials
    Driving the Kia K900 full-size sedan around town for a week was like being in an ad campaign. "This is a Kia?" everyone said. They were not as impressed with the $66,000 price tag, which prompted the same response from nearly a dozen people. "For a Kia!...

    Consumer Reports: Where the heck is my spare tire?

    Consumer Reports answers three commonly asked questions about cars: -- Why does the headrest hit my head? A common complaint is that a car's head restraint nudges the driver's head too far forward for comfort. The reason for that design? Blame tightened...