2021 Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid: First Look

More Power A few months ago, Porsche revealed the updated Panamera, giving the high-performance four-door sports car a styling refresh as well as extensive upgrades under the skin for the 2021 model year. Now the German automaker completes the range with the introduction of the Turbo S E-Hybrid. Thanks to a significant power upgrade over…

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2020 Cadillac CT4: Review

2020 Cadillac CT4 The newest addition to Cadillac’s range, the CT4 is a luxury model smaller than the midsize CT5, filling the position of ATS in the lineup. Designed to appeal to younger buyers who may be new to the Cadillac brand, CT4 is offered in four versions with unique exterior details: Luxury, Premium Luxury,…

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America’s Most Stolen New Cars

America’s Most Stolen New Cars If one car is easier to steal than another, it makes sense that it’s a more enticing target for a thief — which is why the most stolen cars in America are typically older vehicles with little anti-theft protection. However, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau — which tracks…

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“Hot” Wheels: Most Stolen Cars in the U.S.

America’s Most Wanted — By Car Thieves The National Insurance Crime Bureau recently released its annual findings on the most stolen cars in America. The “Hot Wheels” report analyzes vehicle theft data submitted to the National Crime Information Center by law enforcement agencies around the country. According to the NICB, thieves stole a reported 749,019…

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Chevrolet Malibu: A Brief History

All Roads Lead to Malibu The first Malibu joined Chevrolet’s lineup in 1964 as the top-line version of the Chevrolet Chevelle. Since then more than 8.5 million Malibus have been built during its 40 years of production, and the model has been through many iterations during its storied history. The latest generation debuted as a…

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Fuel-Efficient Cars — No Cords Attached

Fuel-Efficient Cars Electric cars and plug-in hybrids dominate the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s fuel-economy ratings. Although these are the most fuel-efficient cars, not all drivers have access to plug in vehicles every night. Fear not, plug-less people — there are still plenty of fuel-efficient cars on the market, with more non-plug hybrid models being offered…

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Acura MDX Prototype: First Look

Acura MDX Prototype Earlier this year Acura took the wraps off the all-new TLX; now Honda’s luxury brand follows that up with a look at the next-generation MDX. The flagship of Acura’s SUV lineup, the MDX has come a long way since its introduction 20 years ago. To preview the upcoming fourth generation of this…

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Truck Campers That Turn Pickups Into RVs

Truck Campers Pickup trucks have been the best-selling vehicles in America for almost 40 years. At work or play, pickups function as the motive multitool for everyday life: business vehicle, family car, stuff hauler — and a truck with a slide-in camper in its bed creates an instant RV. In these trying times, if the…

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2020 Mazda6 Signature: Review

2020 Mazda6 Signature The current generation of Mazda’s sporty midsize sedan debuted as a 2018 model, taking the Mazda6 more upscale with the addition of a top-level Signature trim and a powerful turbocharged engine. Mazda6 joined the automaker’s lineup in 2003 when it replaced the long-running Mazda 626. Best known for the sporty two-seater MX-5…

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Safest Small Cars and Crossovers

Safest Small Cars and Crossovers A common misconception goes like this: the bigger the car, the safer the occupants. Although there’s some validity to this notion, it’s not the only factor to consider when shopping for a safe new vehicle. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, several small cars and crossovers on the…

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