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Buick Cascada

01.14.2015

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

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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. 

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Ford GT and Acura NSX

01.14.2015

In keeping with a Detroit show that largely reflected the two great realities of today’s automobile business – high industry profits and cheap gas – it was only fitting that two, new supercars would formally debut.

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The Chevy Bolt

01.13.2015

One of the unexpected stars of Detroit's show is the Chevy Bolt concept. More about this car, from Jamie Lincoln Kitman, right here.

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Volkswagen Cross-Coupe GTE Concept

01.13.2015

Volkswagen wants to be the world's top volume carmaker by 2018. Will it happen? Not if they keep cranking out SUVs and neglecting the unusually efficient, well-made small cars that made them popular in the U.S. when they first arrived.

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Down the Rabbit Hole

01.13.2015

Who pays when a mechanic goes down the rabbit hole? Car Talk weighs in on whether Danny's mechanic should refund him for a misdiagnosis. 

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Buick Avenir

01.13.2015

"Avenir, we are told,  is French for portending the future, and as future portents go, we’ve seen worse." More on this Buick concept from the Detroit Auto Show, right here. 

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From Chevrolet in Detroit: Bolt or Volt, Your Choice

01.12.2015

GM has freshened the 2016 Volt with 50 miles of all-electric range, and set off a buzz with the Bolt, an all-electric car, with 200 miles of range at $30,000. 

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Car Talk Auto News

01.12.2015

GM introduces a much improved Volt for 2016 (GM kindly asks that you please not refer to Volt 2.0 as the ReVolt.) More auto news, here. 

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Whack It With a Hammer!

01.09.2015

Mike's truck wouldn't start until a mechanic walking by suggested he hit the gas tank with a hammer. This dubious advice actually worked, and now Mike wants to know why. Car Talk explains, here.

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