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First Drive: 2020 Ford F-Series Super Duty

First Drive: 2020 Ford F-Series Super Duty

Every year, Ford sells hundreds of thousands of F-Series Super Duty pickups to people like contractors, farmers, etc. who not only buy them because they can pull a small house up a hill, but more so lately because they like how they look. They’ve come to depend upon...
Tesla’s Value Passes $100B, Pushes EV Maker Past VW

Tesla’s Value Passes $100B, Pushes EV Maker Past VW

Tesla Inc. sells more electric vehicles than all other EV sellers combined and enjoys a larger market capitalization than General Motors and Ford combined. So what’s next? Passing Volkswagen! The recent meteoric rise in the company’s stock – it’s more than doubled in...
New Vehicle Buyers Want Best Bang for the Buck

New Vehicle Buyers Want Best Bang for the Buck

Buying a new vehicle is exhilarating and exciting, but it can also be exhausting and maddening. Searching the internet is increasingly the go-to move for new car buyers, but almost no paperwork is signed until at least one trip to a dealership is made. New buyers like...
First Drive: 2020 Volvo S60 T5 FWD

First Drive: 2020 Volvo S60 T5 FWD

The reborn Volvo Car Co. began building cars in the United States less than two years ago and the product that rolled off the assembly line first was handsome, tech savvy sedan that broadened the company’s product offering in the United States. The Volvo S60 is a...
Bloomberg Would Push U.S. to Go All EVs by 2035

Bloomberg Would Push U.S. to Go All EVs by 2035

Billionaire businessman and Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg wants to see the U.S. to completely switch to battery-electric vehicles by 2035. Outlining a key element of his promised White House strategy, dubbed “Clean Cars for All,” Bloomberg said...
Honda, Toyota Recall 6M Vehicles Due to Airbags

Honda, Toyota Recall 6M Vehicles Due to Airbags

Japanese automakers Toyota and Honda are recalling 6 million vehicles to deal with two separate airbag issues, including some Takata airbags. Toyota will fix 3.4 million vehicles around the world with ZF airbags that may not inflate due to the problem. The problem is...
EV’s Less Expensive Than You Think, Says AAA

EV’s Less Expensive Than You Think, Says AAA

There are plenty of reasons not to buy an EV, such as high costs and low range, or so goes the conventional wisdom. But many of those concerns vanish once motorists actually buy a battery-electric vehicle, according to a new AAA study. One example is cost. While there...
Cruise Reveals Origin of its Coming Autonomous Fleet

Cruise Reveals Origin of its Coming Autonomous Fleet

Fully driverless, without even a steering wheel and pedals for backup, the battery-powered Cruise Origin might look like it rolled off the set of a science fiction film but it is all but ready to go into production, officials with the San Francisco-based autonomous...
Tesla Reaches Deal to Sell, Service Vehicles in Michigan

Tesla Reaches Deal to Sell, Service Vehicles in Michigan

The home of the U.S. auto industry – Michigan – is now going to allow Tesla Inc. to sell and service its EVs after the company and the state hammered out a compromise. Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is expected announce Wednesday the plan that will allow the...