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Ejector Seat? Check. Rotating License Plates? Check.

08.18.2015

Jamie Kitman and a 1/3 scale Aston Martin DB5 model with all the classic James Bond features.

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Rebuild or Replace: What's the Best Choice for an Older Car?

08.18.2015

Dear Car Talk: I recently inherited the car I spent my childhood washing. It has some problems...

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Auto News for Monday, August 7

08.17.2015

Millennials are developing parents' taste for cars; leasing Jaguars, Cadillacs. Note to millennials: It’s still conspicuous consumption if you lease.

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Audi's Long-Range Electric SUV Is Aimed at Tesla's Model X

08.14.2015

The new Audi could have 240 or more miles of all-electric range, which is pretty darned impressive. But it's unclear when it will hit the market.

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Auto News for Friday, August 14

08.14.2015

HondaJet Makes its Grand Debut in Pebble Beach. The first edition doesn’t have locking hubcaps, but we bet the second one will.

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Routine Maintenance: What Can You Skip?

08.13.2015

Lilian's car is due for routine maintenance, but she's on a fixed income. What's critical to her car and what can she skip? Car Talk's answer, right here.

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Auto News for Wednesday, August 12

08.12.2015

It’s all the auto news that's fit to print... in an easily delete-able, totally forgettable form of printing.

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About Car Complaints

08.11.2015

We'll bring you repair and maintenance horror stories in our Featured Fiasco and report emerging terrible trends by awarding the Rolling Turd of the Week (dis)honor to the most problem-prone vehicles. 

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Can Darwin Trust the Dipstick?

08.11.2015

Darwin just did his first oil change and added the ammount of oil recommended by the manual. But when he checked the oil the next day, the dipstick showed it was over full by half a quart. Is the dipstick ever wrong? Car Talk's answer here.

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Soaring Prices for 7 Japanese Collector Cars

08.11.2015

The Brits, Germans, Italians and Americans pretty much rule the collector car roost, but that's changing. These Japanese cars, mostly the sporty ones, should gain lots of value in the next few years.

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