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Ford canceling plans for new plant in Mexico, will invest $700 million in U.S.

"It's literally a vote of confidence around some of the pro-growth policies that he has been outlining..."
2017 New York auto show crowded with bigger, higher-end SUVs

2017 New York auto show crowded with bigger, higher-end SUVs

Gas should remain cheap under the current administration. If ever there's a time for SUVs, this is it, and the 2017 New York auto show has plenty. The post 2017 New York auto show crowded with
Best cars of the 2017 New York auto show

Best cars of the 2017 New York auto show

It's that time of the year again: Here's our overview of the best cars, crossovers, SUVs, and concept cars of the 2017 New York International Auto Show. The post Best cars of the 2017 New York auto

The New Thriftpower? EPA Says Less-thirsty 2018 Ford Expedition Tops Its Class

There’s nothing quite as uncertain as that little number staring at you from the window sticker of a new vehicle. It’s two digits long (unless you’re fabulously rich), followed by the word “combined.”

EPA Ratings Appear for the New Jeep Wrangler

The program for Jeep’s new Wrangler has had more leaks than a screen door on a submarine, from the leak of its owner’s manual and standard options list to the discovery by our own Bozi Tatarevic of

Low Energi: Production Ends on Ford’s C-Max Plug-in, With Hybrid to Follow

It’s a near-silent swan song for a duo of electrified Ford models. The Ford C-Max, which debuted in late 2012 in both hybrid and plug-in hybrid form, hit its sales peak during its first full year on

Nissan Looks Ready to Bring e-Power to Its American Fleet

There’s no confirmation just yet, but all signs are pointing to the eventual introduction of Nissan’s novel e-Power hybrid system in its U.S. lineup. We say “novel” because the system isn’t like any

Compression Test: Infiniti Set to Unveil a Variable Compression Engine

We’ve mused on Infiniti’s Variable Compression Engine in the past, calling it everything from a chameleon to the holy grail. Its killer app? The ability to changes the distance the pistons travel in
New details emerge on Inifiniti QX50’s unique new variable-compression engine

New details emerge on Inifiniti QX50’s unique new variable-compression engine

Filed under: Infiniti,Emerging Technologies,Technology,SUV,Luxury More power and torque but higher efficiency in a lightweight four-cylinder package.Continue reading New details emerge on

Smart, or Sacrilege? Porsche Considering Production of an Electrified 911

Porsche is considering an electrified variant of the iconic 911, which isn’t all that surprising, considering Volkswagen Group wants a battery-enhanced version of every model it builds. But changing

How Many Gas Pumps Can a Stinger Pass? Kia Releases EPA Info

When I was in California this week to drive the all-new Kia Stinger, there was one key specification question that went unanswered – fuel economy. That’s because the numbers were being finalized as we

The 2018 E-Pace Drinks More Than Its Bigger Brother

Just to clear things up right off the bat, Jaguar’s newest model, the E-Pace, is not the brand’s upcoming electric sport crossover. That’s the I-Pace. Because “I” stands for … ions, we presume. No,

Spied: 2019 Ford Ranger FX4 in Production Clothes

We’ve told you already that Ford isn’t letting off-road-focused variants of the Toyota Tacoma and Chevrolet Colorado have all the fun when the midsized Ranger comes to market next year. The
The premium-fuel secret: You almost never need it

The premium-fuel secret: You almost never need it

Filed under: Ownership,Driving,Maintenance But definitely use premium if the cap says it's "Required."Continue reading The premium-fuel secret: You almost never need it The

Won’t Get Fueled Again: AAA Testing Suggests Premium Gas, for the Most Part, Isn’t Worth Your Cash

Most readers of this site know exactly what an octane rating is and how it relates to the bang it provides in an engine. Hauling up to the pumps and being presented with a choice of everything from 87

Say It Ain’t So! Docs Suggest Chevrolet Cruze Losing Manual Transmission

After a year of good news (McDonald’s all-day breakfast came to Canada), it seems only fitting that 2017 will end in tears. The Chevrolet Cruze, one of a shrinking number of models in which one can

Bigger, Classier Honda Insight to Bow in Prototype Form in Detroit

Sitting at the summit of the Honda vehicle range is the Acura NSX — a complex, advanced hybrid two-seater that goes like stink but can’t seem to find many takers. At the bottom, at least until 2014
Subaru investigates possible mileage data cheating, shares drop

Subaru investigates possible mileage data cheating, shares drop

Filed under: Green,Subaru,Hatchback,Sedan,Wagon Falsification may have happened on sample vehicles in JDM final checks.Continue reading Subaru investigates possible mileage data cheating,

QOTD: Tesla’s Pickup Truck – Where Do You Start?

It’s sometimes hard keeping up with the specific engineering feats Tesla actually plans to pull off and the forward-thinking visions uttered just to keep the tech press salivating (and its readers

Ford Dishes Specs on New 3.0-liter Diesel F-150

Not willing to cede any pickup ground to its rivals, Ford Motor Company will soon open orders for a light-duty diesel pickup. Under the hood of its F-150, the Blue Oval’s new 3.0-liter Power Stroke