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  • $40,000 3-Row SUV Challenge: What the Judges Said

     
    Here are our judges for this Challenge: Joe Bruzek, Road Test Editor, Cars.com Jennifer Geiger, Assistant Managing Editor, Cars.com Kelsey Mays, Consumer Affairs Editor, Cars.com Chris Woodyard, L.A. Bureau Chief, USA Today Brian Robinson, Producer,...
  • Formula One still has a licence to thrill

    LONDON (Reuters) - Those who feared the wheels were about to fall off Formula One had better think again. The sport has come in for a fuel tank full of criticism lately, much of it self-inflicted, but Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix broke the negative spiral...
  • Subaru to debut all-new Outback wagon at New York Auto Show

    Subaru to debut all-new Outback wagon at New York Auto Show
    Attention Vermont, the Pacific Northwest and college towns everywhere: Subaru plans to use the 2014 New York Auto Show to debut its all-new Outback station wagon. The perennially popular all-wheel-drive wagon is largely based on Subaru’s Legacy...
  • Property Tax On Colleges Is A Bad Idea

    Connecticut has had various efforts to reform its property tax structure but few changes have been made. One change, however, enacted in 1978, continues to put Connecticut in a "best in class" position. That is the Payment in Lieu of Taxes program,...
  • BMW reveals 2015 M4 convertible ahead of New York Auto Show debut

    BMW reveals 2015 M4 convertible ahead of New York Auto Show debut
    Just in time for some high-speed topless cruising, BMW has announced details on its all-new M4 convertible ahead of its world debut at the New York Auto Show. The 2015 model is mechanically identical to BMW’s M3 sedan and M4 coupe and features a...
  • Auto review: 'Cheap' cars aren't always worthwhile

    Cars cost a lot of money. With an average sales price of about $32,000, we know a new car is out of reach for many. The automakers know this too, which is why they continue to roll out bottom-rung cars for buyers on way-below-average budgets. The...
  • Auto review: Range Rover Sport improves performance, handling

    Reports of Land Rover's death were greatly exaggerated. The SUV brand Ford struggled to sell just a few years ago has become one of the auto industry's most desirable names. The three-star 2014 Land Rover Range Rover Sport V-8 Supercharged simultaneously...
  • Auto review: Ford Fiesta's tiny engine is no shrinking violet

    Ford is getting a lot of mileage out of its Fiesta. For the past year, the Detroit automaker has been rolling out the 2014 update of its popular subcompact in dribs and drabs: starting with its 38 mpg S last summer, followed by its street-legal...
  • Return of the Fours

    Go back to the beginning of the automobile in the early 20th Century, and you’ll find cars powered by one-cylinder engines. As with most lawnmowers today, a single cylinder did the job. If you’ve ever heard a “one-lunger,” as these...
  • Volvo XC60

    Volvo XC60
    The arrival of a 2015 Volvo XC60 T6 provided the first opportunity to test the Drive-E powertrain technology that Volvo has been promoting. Volvo’s approach consists of using smaller, four-cylinder engines to power vehicles that have traditionally...
  • Chrysler 200 sedan under pressure to shine in crowded field

    The 2015 Chrysler 200 is designed, manufactured and built in Sterling Heights, Mich., and will be marketed with a huge dose of American pride in a strategy aimed at doubling sales of the car it replaces. The new 200 which goes on sale before the end of...