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    Let it Snow! First Impressions of the 2016 Kia Sorento

    The Kia Sorento has been an excellent example of the CUV—the crossover utility vehicle—over the past few years. CUVs combine the size, power, and storage space of a full-size SUV with the performance and unibody construction of a car, making for something that handles and performs well for its large size. We recently got to […]

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    Harman Brings Premium Sound System Revel to 2016 Lincoln MKX

    Ford’s ongoing quest to revitalize the Lincoln automotive brand just got a big boost from a new 10-year partnership with Harman. Starting next year, all new Lincoln models will feature audio systems from Revel, Harman’s premium brand of speakers. The first product of the new partnership, the 2016 Lincoln MKX midsized utility, will be hitting […]

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    7 Car Safety Technologies from Chevy That Could Save Your Life

    Vehicle safety has always focused on keeping drivers safe in the event of an accident. Stronger roll cages and airbags have helped countless people survive crashes, but, as always, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Fortunately, modern technology is enabling car makers to include new features that help drivers avoid accidents […]

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    Lexus Uses Oculus Rift for Test Drive of the RC F

    The upcoming Lexus RC F is set to be one of the next great high-performance V8 cars on the market, marking brand new territory for Lexus. So, to give everyone a taste of what’s to come when production models start hitting showroom floors, Lexus is diving into more unfamiliar territory—virtual reality. At auto shows touring […]

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    Test Driving the 2015 Lexus NX, a Sporty Connected Car

    After making its debut in April at the 2014 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition, the 2015 Lexus NX has arrived stateside. You’ll have to wait until December for the new luxury compact SUV to hit dealerships, but until then, we can let you in on what to expect. The Lexus NX will come in hybrid and turbocharged models, […]

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    2014 Kia Soul is a Still a Party Animal on Wheels: Review

    Don’t be fooled by how cute this cubular shaped car is, because when it comes to driving, the Soul packs a punch and really performs. To that effect, the 2014 Kia Soul has upped the ante by using better quality materials, increasing the shock absorption, and increasing the rigidity by 28.7%. Kia has also redesigned […]

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    2015 Cadillac ATS Gets Wireless Charging

    Cadillac has announced that wireless charging is officially coming to their 2015 ATS sport sedan and coupe. And, fortunately, this is some wireless charging news that should make everyone happy. Despite Cadillac leading with their partnership with Powermat, the new 2015 ATS vehicles will also support competing wireless charging standards, including the most popular, Qi. […]

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    Hot Wheels Gets Into the Car Rental Business

    Kids these days. They just don’t seem to like playing with physical things. Or, they do, but no matter what, toys are going to take a hit from gaming and mobile devices. It’s at least going to be a timeshare, and one that hasn’t exactly been favorable to Hot Wheels, which has been struggling with […]

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    2014 Kia Cadenza Survives Las Vegas: Review

    If you want to abuse a car, take it to Las Vegas. And then make sure it has an insurmountable amount of people exiting and entering the car. Make sure it has a enough cup holders, USB ports for charging, and Bluetooth connectivity for people to share their music from any seat in the car. […]

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    Tesla Model S Goes on Record Breaking 12,183 Mile Road Trip

    Talk about a proof of concept – Recargo, the people behind the PlugShare app that finds recharging stations for electric cars, has attempted to prove that electric cars really are viable in the United States by completing a 24-day road trip spanning 28 states, something that just might land them in the Guinness Book of […]

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    Toyota Redesigns the Camry for 2015

    One of the most recognizable cars on the road is going to be a little less recognizable starting this year. The reigning bestselling car in the United States, the Toyota Camry, is getting a design overhaul for the 2015 model.

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    Ford Celebrates 50 Years of the Mustang

    Not content to just celebrate the 2015 Ford Mustang as the 50th anniversary showpiece, Ford is readying a special edition of their new Mustang for the festivities. You may not be surprised to learn that very few people will ever own one.

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    Dashbox is a Pretty Good CarPlay Substitute

    If you’re not planning on buying a new car anytime soon, you probably aren’t going to be seeing much of Apple’s new in-car infotainment UI, CarPlay. Car manufacturers are just starting to integrate CarPlay with their new vehicles anyway, so even if you are planning on buying a new car, CarPlay is still in the […]

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    Hands-On: 2015 Hyundai Genesis Flirts with Autonomous Driving

    It’s easy to get fooled, but this isn’t an Aston Martin. This stylish luxury vehicle is the brand new redesigned 2015 Hyundai Genesis. This car is a techie’s dream, it’s loaded to the brim with every feature you’ve ever heard of, and then some! Read on, you’ll be surprised with what this bad boy is […]

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    2014 Ford Escape is a Techie Wonderland on Wheels: Review

    The 2014 Ford Escape is many things – comfortable, sporty looking, and it delivers respectable gas mileage. While we can write in depth about the engine and handling of this cross-over vehicle, which has been covered over and over again by many others, we prefer to dwell on the interior, the part of the Ford […]