It's not for the reason you might think, though.
Scion, Toyota's so-called "youth brand" is being shuttered, but many of its models will live to sell another day, albeit with Toyota badging. Here's why that's probably great for sales.
Edmunds.com, the car research site, releases amusing ads that show a supermarket checkout clerk haggling. Dealers force the site to remove the ads, saying car dealers don't haggle anymore.
The world's largest social network is banning private gun sales on its site, joining a larger debate about how guns are handled in the US.
The Audiophiliac visits the Audio Connection store, and gets bowled over by the sound!
What do a former mafia hitman, a couple about to be married and some Vegas partiers have in common? They have no idea why so many nerds were in town this past week.
Collectors beware. Some dealers are channeling the dark side by selling fraudulently signed celeb photos. Hamill gives a Yoda-like lesson in telling the difference between fakes and the real deal.
Florida man allegedly wants to show Facebook friends how easy it is to sell drugs in Port St. Lucie. The demo goes awry.
Audi's A3 e-tron, its first plug-in model for the US, is poised to hit dealers this October.
A man looks to buy a mini-scale on Amazon. The site then suggests he also needs a rolling tray, zipper bags, and rolling paper. It really works. I've tried it.