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All-wheel drive and extra cargo space make a killer combination for modern vehicles. These five crossovers work great for everyday use, ski weekends, or longer road trips.
In this week's edition of the ABCs of Car Tech, we explain the most basic tuner terminology so that you can sound less like a noob when discussing performance mods.
Automotive News reports on Ford's future model lineup, covering 2012 to 2014.
EPA, Transportation Department unveil car labels for comparing efficiency, cost, and environmental impact among different drive trains, but they drop letter grade system that automakers balked at.
General Motors plans this year to test prototypes of the Volt that will use GM's OnStar system for charging batteries at off-peak times.
Car maker Holden has unveiled an updated Commodore range, which, thanks to its support of ethanol blends of up to 85 per cent ethanol/15 per cent unleaded, could eventually be powered by household waste.
We spend a good deal of time reviewing cars that are packed to the gills with cabin tech, but we've never turned down a chance to check out even a low-tech ride.
Automotive News reports on Ford's new models plan.
It's an off-road-capable vehicle with intelligent 4WD that seems just at home in the city as in the middle of the woods, which is probably why Ford's marketing team imported a few tons of dirt, trees, mountain bicyclists, and a staged campsite into the middle of New York City for its unveiling.
Automotive News reports on the phase-out of CAFE credits for ethanol and how that will affect the fuel source.