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If you've forgotten Mitsubishi, you're not alone.

Honda is in play in a legal dispute initiated by former OSU great.

A comparison of two like-minded Volkswagens.

A comparison of two like-minded Volkswagens.

The newest Jeep is the Compass, and while classified as a compact, its size, interior room, and powertrain overlap nicely (or confusingly) with its midsize sibling, the Cherokee.

Introduced as a manned-up option for Pontiac's compact Tempest, the early GTO was 389 cubic inches of romp and stomp.

At the time of the Hummer launch, America's economy was on the rebound, and the truck had a role in pushing Iraq out of Kuwait.

If you're hoping to bridge the socioeconomic gap, try a pre-owned Mercedes.

Kia gets a lot of things right in this usable PHEV.

In the science of the plug-in hybrid, there's little new.

Honda's two-place convertible is a Miata with more power or a Z4 with more attainability.

Two vehicles popular for transporting kids and their stuff.

Some seven years after production of the SC 430 ended, a coupe/convertible prospect has the benefit of both hindsight and nostalgia.

Got $30,000? How about a pre-owned BMW M3.

If you're looking for the charm of the original, you'll need to go back 20+ years.

Which sport sedan gives you the most for your money? Perhaps it isn't a sport sedan.

Although not the zoomiest, Mazda's 3-row CX-9 is the roomiest.

Get your dad something special with a little help from this gift guide.

Despite a varied lineup of well-received crossovers on the Lexus showroom, the midsize Lexus ES 350 four-door continues to appeal to consumers.

By 1968, Carroll Shelby was more than happy to hand back to Ford what the two companies – one huge and one almost microcosmic – had created together.

In the spring of 1971, dropping the top on your Chevelle SS might have been one of the few sublime pleasures left.

Expect more Maverick customs from Ducati in the coming months and years.

Sports cars are – by definition – sporty, but rarely do they qualify as "user friendly." One that did and, regrettably, has faded from the scene (if not from the memory) is Mazda's RX-8.

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