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  • Spending: fuel-efficient new cars

    Kiplinger's Personal Finance The government's Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards require carmakers to increase fuel economy about 4 percent each year from 2012 to 2016, eventually bringing the average for all vehicles sold in the U.S. to 35....
  • Which Small SUV Has Best Rear Visibility?

     
    You can mitigate that pesky over-the-shoulder blind spot by properly setting your mirrors, but it always helps when a car has good sightlines to begin with. Five years ago at the Chicago Auto Show, we documented visibility in a slew......
  • Winter Weather Sends All-Wheel-Drive Inventory Up 20 Percent

     
    From inch-thick ice in Georgia to power-cutting snowstorms on the East Coast, this is the winter that many drivers said "uncle" to wheel-spin and bought an all-wheel-drive car. New data from Cars.com show that all-wheel-drive inventory has increased...
  • Car review: Subaru refines 2015 WRX and STI

    They are the bad boys of Subaru's lineup. Offsetting the brand's otherwise crunchy mind-set, the WRX and WRX STI pocket rockets have worked hard to bring some tire-smoking street cred to a brand that otherwise markets its vehicles with love and puppies....
  • Consumer Reports names Tesla top pick in annual car rankings

    Consumer Reports named the Tesla Motors Model S electric car the best vehicle on the road Tuesday. The magazine called the luxury sports sedan its top pick of all 2014 model year autos. This was the first time since 2010 that Consumer Reports named a...
  • Ford and Chevy trucks, Honda Accord most likely to last 200,000 miles

    Ford and Chevy trucks, Honda Accord most likely to last 200,000 miles
    Trucks and sport-utilities are the most likely vehicles to reach 200,000 miles, according to iSeeCars.com, an auto shopping information company. ISeeCars.com culled mileage data for about 30 million used cars for sale in 2013 and looked to see which...
  • January's Fastest- and Slowest-Selling Cars

     
    As automakers report their total January sales today, many point to the polar temperatures seen in much of the country as a reason for subpar results. While the totals may be down, there were still plenty of cars selling quickly......
  • 2014 Chicago Auto Show: What to Expect

     
    Whether the "Windy City" moniker comes from the bluster of our 19th century windbag politicians or that of our frequently frigid lakeshore breezes, here in Cars.com's home city of Chicago we're known for being boastful about everything from our big......
  • Toyota, Ford Top Consumer Reports' Brand-Perception Survey

     
    People love Toyota but think Land Rover stinks, according to Consumer Reports' 2014 Car-Brand Perception Survey. The magazine quantified Toyota's brand image to an indexed score of 145, which put it ahead of second-place Ford (120 points), third-place...
  • Safety, beauty and power: The fine lines of auto design

    Safety, beauty and power: The fine lines of auto design
    A line is drawn, defining the first wisp of what gathers to become an automobile. Is it a perfectly drawn line, air-defying aerodynamics, timeless shape, technology or something else that makes great auto design? Fine design Industrial designer...
  • Tesla charges into top 5 brands in Consumer Reports survey

    Tesla, the California-based electric brand behind the Model S, stormed into the top five automotive brands in a recent survey by Consumer Reports, the organization announced Wednesday. The company rounds out a group led by Toyota, Ford, Honda, and...