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Ferrari California

I'll never forget the day I bought my very first Ferrari. It was a bright-red F40, I'd saved up for it for what felt like an eternity and I couldn't wait to get home so I could park it next to my other four-wheeled piece of pride and joy, a stealth-black Lamborghini Countach, so I could compare…

- Reviewed by Jeremy Korzeniewski

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2015 Ferrari California
MSRP: $198,973 - $198,973
2014 Ferrari California
MSRP: $198,190 - $198,190
2013 Ferrari California
MSRP: $198,190 - $198,190
2012 Ferrari California
MSRP: $195,840 - $195,840
2011 Ferrari California
MSRP: $192,000 - $192,000
Self-driving cars involved in accidents in California

Four of the nearly 50 self-driving cars now rolling around the California have gotten into accidents since September, when the state began issuing permits for companies to test them on public roads.
2016 Toyota Mirai launching in US this October

First Eight Dealerships Announced, All In California

The Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell car will launch in the US in October, starting with eight dealerships in San Francisco and Los Angeles, CA.
California bill would let classic car owners out of smog check for $200

A bill currently in committee in the California State Assembly would allow some classic car owners to pay $200 to waive the state's smog check after meeting some other criteria.

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2010 Ferrari California
$169,900 / 8,802 miles / PA
2013 Ferrari California
$189,900 / 10,243 miles / NY
2013 Ferrari California
$182,000 / 2,847 miles / PA
'Tornado' at Rose Bowl Fan Fest wreaks havoc on Honda display

A robust dust devil planted itself among the stands at the Honda Fan Fest outside the Rose Bowl on New Year's Day, then rolled across the lawn, twirling several vendor stands and an inflatable tent around in the air, damaging new cars.
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2015 Ferrari California T First Drive [w/video]
Autoblog drives the 2015 Ferrari California T through the Tuscan countryside of Italy, reliving childhood dreams.
California bill would ensure used cars with recalls are fixed

It seems that 2014 may go down as the year of the recall. As of April, the US was already on pace for record levels, and that was before millions of more cars were called in for various repairs by General Motors, Ford and Chrysler in just the past few weeks. But how many of those vehicles will actually get their necessary fixes? GM claims that it has 80 percent of its vehicles mended in the first year, but the industry average is only 66 percent. That is a lot of faulty automobiles left on the s
Toyota proposes economic loss settlement worth up to $1.4 billion over unintended acceleration claims

Toyota announced a proposal today worth over a billion dollars to settle civil claims of economic loss related to alleged cases of sudden unintended acceleration in its vehicles from 2009-2010. Estimates place the cost of the settlement between $1.1 billion and $1.4 billion, which would, according to lawyers for the plaintiffs, make it the largest of its type in US history.
Ferrari recalling 200 cars worldwide

Ferrari is recalling certain 458 Italia and California models around the world due to a problem with the crankshaft. Roughly 13,000 examples of these cars are currently roaming the streets, and 206 are affected by this problem.