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Dreaming of Owning a Supercar? Buy Used

Dreaming of Owning a Supercar? Buy Used

Here are half a dozen options for sports car enthusiasts on real-world budgets. By Marco R. della Cava | Yahoo! Autos These are heady times for some used cars. With the economy still teetering and credit hard to come by, car shoppers looking for used car deals — particularly on gas-sipping economy machines and small […] Click here to read more »


Million-Dollar Fender Bender

Million-Dollar Fender Bender

A blonde woman driving a Bentley crashes into an Aston Martin, Ferrari, Mercedes, and Porsche. Insert punch line here. By Marco R. della Cava | Yahoo! Autos Nothing in Monte Carlo is understated, from the baubles to the yachts to the bank accounts. Now add traffic pile-ups to that list. The Hope Diamond of fender […] Click here to read more »


MISCHIEF.tv RELEASES MISCHIEF 7: JOYRIDE

MISCHIEF.tv RELEASES MISCHIEF 7: JOYRIDE

By Press Release MISCHIEF.tv RELEASES MISCHIEF 7: JOYRIDE The Best-Selling Automotive DVD Series is Back With its Latest and Most Daring Installment WASHINGTON, DC—March 15, 2009—Mischief.tv recently announced the newest addition to the Mischief DVD series, Mischief 7: JoyRide—an automotive journey that documents the twists and turns, and risks and thrills of rallying across the […] Click here to read more »


5 Used Cars to Avoid (and 5 Better Alternatives)

5 Used Cars to Avoid (and 5 Better Alternatives)

Buying a used car can still be a process fraught with anxiety. To help with that, MoneyWatch looked at owner surveys to see which cars look like trouble, focusing on five separate categories. By Jerry Edgerton | CBS MoneyWatch – Wed, Jul 20, 2011 2:57 PM EDT Even though auto manufacturers have greatly boosted quality […] Click here to read more »


The 10 Cheapest Cars to Own

The 10 Cheapest Cars to Own

By the editors of Kiplinger The price you negotiate for a car and the interest you pay on the car loan are only part of the cost equation. Insurance, depreciation, taxes and fees, what you pay over the years for fuel, service and repairs, and even the opportunity cost of the money you lay out […] Click here to read more »


Spy Photos of Next Generation Volkswagen New Beetle

Spy Photos of Next Generation Volkswagen New Beetle

2012 New Beetle is longer, lower and more retro. By Nick Kurczewski | Photos by CarPix Provided by: Road & Track Spy photographers have captured images of the next generation New Beetle coupe undergoing road testing in Germany. A lower roofline and re-profiled tail offer hints that Volkswagen is planning to boost the retro appeal […] Click here to read more »


2012 Nissan GT-R

2012 Nissan GT-R

By Nick Kurczewski Provided by: Road & Track The 2012 Nissan GT-R is arriving at the Los Angeles Auto Show with a refreshed exterior and an additional 38-horsepower over the previous model. Fans of this cult classic sports car – nicknamed “Godzilla” – have long admired the brick-like profile and supercar performance of the Nissan […] Click here to read more »


Consumer Reports’ Most Reliable Cars

Consumer Reports’ Most Reliable Cars

Provided by ConsumerReports.org GM makes big strides but has a long way to go While Honda and Toyota still dominate in reliability, General Motors has improved considerably in our latest predicted-reliability Ratings. Those are the findings of our 2010 Annual Auto Survey, based on subscribers’ experiences with 1.3 million vehicles. While some GM nameplates had […] Click here to read more »


Michelin Challenge Bibendum 2010

Michelin Challenge Bibendum 2010

By Jeff Voth, Yahoo! Autos Editor-at-large What does the future of road travel look like in the cities of the United States, Germany and China, or any one of the 195 countries scattered across the globe? The reality is, not even the greatest scientists or engineers know for sure. Most experts agree it will be […] Click here to read more »


Best Car Deals: October 2010

Best Car Deals: October 2010

By Jamie Page Deaton While the new car market is rebounding slowly, automakers are trying some interesting tactics with their incentives. They’re trying to boost sales, but also trying to hold down costs — which means October new car incentives aren’t as good as the incentives offered this summer. While you can still get great […] Click here to read more »


Features We'd Really Like to See in All Cars

Features We’d Really Like to See in All Cars

By Tom and Ray Magliozzi The technological innovations just keep on coming: Electronic stability control, a life-saving innovation, is now making its way into cheaper and cheaper cars. You can now save your relationship thanks to dual climate controls. Of course, not every innovation is a winner. Anybody for a fake convertible top? What would […] Click here to read more »


Traffic light as redesigned for the color blind

Traffic light as redesigned for the color blind

by Jonathon Ramsey (RSS feed) on Jun 18th, 2010 at 8:30AM The Uni-Signal is aimed at helping those who are red-green colorblind to have an easier time with traffic signals. Instead of using circles for all three lights, the red light gets a triangle, the yellow light remains circular, while the green light goes square. […] Click here to read more »


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