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Fuel Cells in Detroit: Hydrogen's Moment in the Sun

01.15.2015
Four automakers--Honda, Toyota, Hyundai and Mercedes--showed hydrogen-based cars at the North American International Auto Show. One even drives itself.

Jaguar XE (And Jaguar F-Pace)

01.14.2015
It’s moment of truth time at Jaguar Land Rover. Land Rover SUVs are selling like hotcakes, but Jaguar cars are mostly selling like old cakes left out in the rain. 

Buick Cascada

01.14.2015
Looking for a four seat convertible? Our blogger Jamie Lincoln Kitman thinks the Buick Cascada might fit the bill. 

Detroit Auto Show 2015: Likes and Dislikes from America’s Car Show

01.14.2015
Likes: Hyundai's answer to the El Camino, all the old cars. Dislikes: Misusing the word "coupe", driving with a fish tank. Detroit Auto Show highlights and lowlights, here. 

Mercedes Benz GLE

01.14.2015
The humongous GLE at the Detroit Auto Show, plus a few choice words for Mercedes-Benz upon the occasion of thier impending move to Atlanta. 

An F-150 Near 30 MPG: Ford's Big New Winner?

09.24.2014
The current Ford F-150 is an ultra-popular gas guzzler. The fuel-efficient new model is a gamble. WIll it pay off?

The Jaguar XE

09.18.2014
Our own Jamie Lincoln Kitman saw all three hours of the Jaguar XE global launch, so you don't have to. His findings, right here.

With the Hyundai Sonata Eco Getting 32 MPG, is a Hybrid Necessary?

07.25.2014
It's a growing dilemma--conventional cars are getting so good it's hard to make the more expensive hybrid pencil out.

I Sing the Golf Electric. And the New GTi, Too.

05.28.2014
The Volkswagen Golf, neé Rabbit, turns the big 4-0 in the United States and VW is marking the occasion with the launch of a series of Golfs manufactured in its new Mexican plant. Some are roomier, somer are cheaper...and some are even electric.

Ford's 2015 Mustang Debuts, Goes Global

12.05.2013
The Mustang has always been an American icon, but now Ford wants to spread its appeal to Europe and Asia (where it has long had cult status).


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