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  • Am I responsible for underside damage to my Enterprise rental?

    Brad Joiner discovers a damaged underside to his Enterprise rental after he parks it in his driveway. He's sure it isn't his fault, but the car rental company begs to differ. It wants him to pay $826. Q: I recently rented a Mazda 2 from Enterprise....
  • Mitsubishi: What happened?

    Mitsubishi: What happened?
    Cars like the Mitsubishi Mirage, Eclipse and Galant were once the bedrock of their segments. Montero and Montero Sport pioneered the SUV boom. So good were Mitsubishi vehicles that Chrysler shared architecture, factories and powertrains. This year,...
  • 2014 Mazda3 is fresh, fun and fuel efficient

    2014 Mazda3 is fresh, fun and fuel efficient
    The idea that bad things happen in threes is embedded in our cultural psyche. But hold on a minute. Consider that Mazda has unveiled its third-generation of the Mazda3 for 2014. And that Mazda has sold more than 3 million Mazda3s worldwide. Oh, and...
  • In a quest for a new car, indecision takes the wheel

    It began, as so many problems do, as something that sounded like fun: Maybe I would buy a new car! My 10-year-old Honda Civic hybrid was about to cost $2,100 to repair, the latest of several pricey fixes to a vehicle I'd once called trustworthy, and...
  • Why are the Big Three resisting new mileage and emissions standards?

     Why are the Big Three resisting new mileage and emissions standards?
    One year after automakers began building cars to meet tough new mileage and emissions requirements, it is clear the new standards are working. An in-depth assessment by the Environmental Protection Agency found that manufacturers are on track to deliver a...
  • More on headlight issues

     
    Today's column on headlight glare threw the switch on some interesting commentary, including information from my colleague JD Malone regarding his family's 2012 Mazda5, a small, space-efficient minivan. JD pointed out that his car has a switch on the dash...
  • 2013 Sales Surprises

     
    Now that the numbers are in, 2013 turned out to be a year of growth for the auto industry, with many automakers reporting strong sales. Around 15.6 million vehicles were sold last year, up 8 percent over 2012 and the......
  • Volkswagen Golf R at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show

     
    Competes with: Subaru WRX STi, Ford Focus ST, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Looks like: The redesigned Volkswagen GTI, sans bumper claws Drivetrain: 290-hp (est.), turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder with six-speed manual or dual-clutch automatic; all-...
  • Nissan Sport Sedan Concept at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show

     
    Looks like: An orange Mazda Takeri (Mazda6) concept Defining characteristics: Sleek, low roofline and aggressive, angular body lines Ridiculous features: 21-inch aluminum-alloy wheels Chance of being mass-produced: Toned down for production, this is...
  • DOE pledges $50 million for fuel-efficient car technology

    DOE pledges $50 million for fuel-efficient car technology
    Speaking today at the Washington Auto Show’s Policy Day, U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz announced $50 million to support development of new vehicle technologies. “The new research and development funding announced today will help support...
  • Cadillac wins green tech award

    Cadillac wins green tech award
    A new kind of regenerative braking system by Cadillac has been awarded the Green Car Technology Award for 2014. The Regen on Demand system found in the Cadillac ELR plug-in luxury coupe allows the driver to use paddle shifters to regenerate energy and...