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  • Which Foreign-Owned Carmakers Build the Most in America?

     
    Last year, Honda built more cars at its Alabama, Indiana and Ohio facilities than it did in Japan ??? 826,440 versus 710,621, according to data from Automotive News and the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association. It's the first time Honda's U.S....
  • South Florida's transit future: Cars, trains...or boats?

     
    So, what's the future of transportation in South Florida: more cars and better roads, more mass transit like commuter trains/light rail/express buses, or if dire predictions about climate change and sea-level rise come true, gondolas for all? I'm...

    'Bachelor Pad': Let's do the (nonexistent) twist

     
    Bucky's back to take on Bachelor Pad as it nears its end (THANKFULLY)!:So, here we are, back at the television, with a renewed sense of purpose and a much better attitude than last week. We know from the previews that...

    Today's News From the Cars.com Family

     
    A reader wants to know what she should buy to replace her Saturn Vue, and Ask.cars.com offers a few suggestions for similar vehicles. Then, PickupTrucks.com reports that GM has started building its new 2011 heavy-duty pickup trucks. Finally, MotherProof....

    Mercedes-Benz Hexawheel Made for Serious Off-Roading

     
    If you???re looking to do some heavy-duty off-roading in style and the G-Class just isn???t cutting it, the Mercedes-Benz Hexawheel concept may have been built for you. The Hexawheel has a two-part articulated body and six wheels, which allow it...