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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

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  • Buick LaCrosse

    Buick LaCrosse
    By Jim MacPherson A quick glance at the Buick LaCrosse will reveal none of the significant changes that have taken place for 2012. The styling remains the same; it’s what’s under the hood that’s new. The more traditional drivetrain...
  • Toyota Camry

    Toyota Camry
    By Jim MacPherson Redesigning a vehicle that has long been a market leader is fraught with danger. Even the best automakers have been known to come up with a replacement that falls short of the performance and appeal of the previous model. But this...
  • How Gas Could Hit $6 a Gallon

    Fuel prices are ramping up faster than their usual summer gains, and there's a 20 percent chance that prices could spike to nearly $6 a gallon, industry research firm IHS says. "Only three percent of consumer budgets go to gasoline. That’s tiny,"...
  • Nissan Murano

    Nissan Murano
    By Jim MacPherson   There are two versions of the Nissan Murano: The crossover utility vehicle and a convertible, the Murano CrossCabriolet. One is rational, the other whimsical. Rationality rules for this review. In 2012, Nissan has made few changes...
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee

    By Jim MacPherson Last year’s redesign of the Jeep Grand Cherokee was an overwhelming success from nearly every perspective. Not only did auto writers heap praise on the  latest version of the Grand Cherokee, but buyers stepped forward in large...
  • Chevrolet Sonic

    Chevrolet Sonic
    By Jim MacPherson There’s one aspect of the Chevrolet Sonic that might escape a buyer’s initial inspection.  Unlike the Aveo, which the Sonic replaced, this subcompact isn’t an import. In the past, subcompacts -- small cars with a...
  • Porsche Cayenne S Hybrid

    Porsche Cayenne S Hybrid
    By Jim MacPherson Let’s start by making one thing clear. The Porsche Cayenne S Hybrid is not your typical fuel-sipping, penny-pinching hybrid. Rather, this Porsche manages to blend high performance with a modicum of fuel efficiency. As a result,...
  • Volvo XC60

    By Jim MacPherson With its abundance of safety features, it can be easy to lose sight of the actual car when evaluating the Volvo XC60. Among those safety measures available include active cruise control with “Queue Assist,” which stops...
  • What's Your New Ride Worth to You?

    Paying attention to long-term ownership costs when shopping for a new car or truck can pay off in the long run. By Jim Gorzelany CTW Features As new cars continue to sell at a record pace, many browsers are turning into shoppers and shoppers into...
  • Double or nothing!

    Double or nothing!
    Automakers will have to double their fleet-wide average fuel economy by 2025 if proposed federal rules take effect. Here’s how they’ll do it. By Jim Gorzelany CTW Features The White House and major automakers recently signed off on a plan...
  • Chrysler 200 Convertible

    Chrysler 200  Convertible
    The 2007 redesign of the Chrysler Sebring produced mixed results, and the car was far from compelling. If you drove one, it was probably a rental. But Chrysler overhauled the Sebring for 2011, renaming it the Chrysler 200. Wherever you look, the...