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Tesla is Still Working on Doors

In Tesla by Blaine Traber

The Model X has been nothing short of a nightmare for Tesla CEO Elon Musk. He has put his office and a sleeping bag in an area just beyond the production line of the Model X, he has personally answered and responded to many of the complaints for this vehicle that have come in and he has continued to be …

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The FCA Focus Could Mean Huge Savings for You

In Car News, Chrysler, Dodge by Carl Durrek

Recently FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne announced the news that the Dodge Dart and Chrysler 200 are going to be discontinued. While we haven’t been given an exact time frame for this to take place the production of both vehicles has slowed to a near standstill and the focus of FCA is moving toward the Jeep and RAM brands which are …

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The Honda Clarity Becomes a Great Starting Point

In Honda by CQ Livingston

What is the Honda Clarity? If you haven’t heard of this car I’m not really too surprised, but it is the fuel cell model from Honda that was developed to give those who chose to make use of hydrogen for their fuel a great choice. This car comes with a beautiful build and a great interior, but is still not …

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Do You Really Want a Car from the 1970s?

In General by Lauren Gailli

The 1970s was one of the worst decades ever in the auto industry. Automakers had to figure out how to deal with the new emissions standards that were required along with two oil embargos which meant they were more concerned about getting the numbers right than with making performance cars and vehicles that would excite us. Even though the focus …

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Reliability and Dependability in the Perfect Form

In Toyota by Carl Durrek

Toyota is not only the largest automaker in the world but it’s the one at the top of the list when it comes to being considered reliable and dependable on the road. We all trust this brand to carry these aspects to the market and be the brand we can trust, but often we don’t see actual proof that the …

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Is there a Wagon we Want in the US?

In Porsche by Blaine Traber

The automotive market has practically done away with wagon models because of the new popularity of the SUV lineups we see from every automaker. The wagon used to be the type of vehicle we wanted and needed to enjoy when we had a family and some of these were even made with a third row of rear facing seats for …

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2016 Ferrari California: A More Affordable Ferrari

In Ferrari by CQ Livingston

Don’t get me wrong, the California is not going to be a car you can purchase with the change you find in the couch cushions, but it does come at a more affordable price than some of the other cars in the Ferrari lineup. This is a car you can purchase when you want something to show off in on …

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Mercedes-Benz and the Future

In Mercedes by Nathan Ehinger

When I was a kid I enjoyed the Jetsons cartoon. It was funny, entertaining and futuristic. It seemed like a world that I would love to live in but one that was certainly forever off from the time we were in when it was most popular. If you look around you today, we are headed in the direction of a …