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  • Mercedes-Benz E250 BlueTEC

    Mercedes-Benz E250 BlueTEC
    Mercedes-Benz changed the E-Class diesel for 2014, replacing the previous V-6 Bluetec motor with a 2.1-liter four-cylinder engine. Anyone who is reluctant to embrace a $51,400 car powered by a four-cylinder diesel motor should take a test drive before...
  • New details mooted about Porsche's '988' Ferrari rival

     
    Filed under: Performance, Porsche, Rumormill We could be on the verge of a big expansion at everyone's favorite rear-engined German sports car manufacturer. Porsche is allegedly preparing a four-car assault that will be led by a proper challenger to the...
  • Confounded by Car Technology? It's Time to Embrace It

     
    Today's technology-laden cars, SUVs and even trucks can be challenging for older drivers as well as car buyers who have been out of the market for several years. I'm among the many mature drivers who don't replace vehicles until they've......
  • Lexus jumps head first into turbocharging with its 2015 NX 200t

     
    Filed under: Technology, Crossover, Lexus, Luxury, Deep Dive If Lexus is going to stay competitive, it needs to turbocharge sooner rather than later. If there's anything that Lexus is experienced with, thanks in large part to its corporate parents at...
  • Motoring Q&A: How to handle emergency with push-button ignition

    QUESTION: In your column you gave advice on what to do if someone experienced a stuck throttle. With a traditional key, I understand the steps you mentioned. But our next vehicle may be equipped with a push-button ignition. How would we handle an...
  • GM Switch Complaints Began In '90s, Long Before Cobalt

    By PAUL LIENERT DETROIT — General Motors car owners have been complaining to dealers about defective ignition switches since 1997, years before the automaker launched the Chevrolet Cobalt and other small cars with faulty switches linked to at least...
  • Ferrari 312PB looks amazing, sounds like you're ripping sheets

     
    Filed under: Motorsports, Classics, Convertible, Videos, Ferrari, Racing Whether it's Mozart, Beethoven or The Beatles, they all (arguably) pale in comparison to just the right engine note for many auto enthusiasts. Petrolicious has found one of the...
  • Auto review: 2015 GMC Yukon Denali SUV's a dinosaur with plenty of roar

    By now, lumbering dinosaurs like full-size SUVs should be part of the primordial goo coursing through hissing oil refineries in Baytown. They weigh as much as my garage, occupy too much lane space and eat way too much fuel for our sensitive iPhone and...
  • The Beast: Will automaker build high-end cars in Southern California?

    The Beast: Will automaker build high-end cars in Southern California?
    Automobile designer Fardees Rezvani is taking orders for the Beast, a high-performance carbon-fiber supercar that will do zero to 60 in 2.7 seconds and take a $139,000 bite out of your wallet. The lightweight 1,550-pound top-of-the-line Beast will be...
  • Montrose car collector part of movement fueling rapidly rising value of Japanese classics

    Montrose car collector part of movement fueling rapidly rising value of Japanese classics
    Eight years ago, Terry Yamaguchi paid $5,000 for a bright orange 1973 Datsun 240Z. A couple of years later, she sold the car for a little more than she paid for it. If only she had kept it. "Now, that car is worth $20,000," the vintage car collector...
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