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Lighter, Loaded, And Ready For Battle

The BMW 7 Series is improved with more technology, added luxury, and features a carbon-fiber structure for 2016. We head to Monticello, NY to test it out.

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The Pony, Please. Rare.

Ford takes the blue-collar Mustang to new heights with this GT350. We drive it on the road and track to test its tastiness.

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An Easy Way In To The Go-Fast Lifestyle

The Lexus RC F looks like the track-worthy coupe we wanted. In reality, however, it's just a fast luxury car. That's not necessarily a bad thing.

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Notes From A Week's Worth Of Car Testing In California

Managing Editor Steven Ewing drove some $2 million worth of new cars while out in California for Monterey Car Week. Here are his notes following an excellent week of driving.

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Be It A Classic Chevy Or Rattletrap Lada, Cuban Taxi Culture Is Worth The Fare

In our continuing series about cars and travel in Cuba, we delve into all things Taxi. How to find one, what to pay, and why they're fascinating.

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Seeing GM's Call And Raising The Stakes

Toyota has encountered, for the first time in several years, real competition in the midsize pickup truck category. Fortunately for the Japanese giant, its 2016 Tacoma is a better truck than ever before.

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The slow reveal of Acura's second supercar attempt continues with a little more info on the engine source, how the car will be built, order customization, and more. Read all about it, here.

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Bars, Cigars, And All Kinds Of Cars

Autoblog heads to Cuba, to report on the classic car culture of a nation Americans will be rediscovering soon.

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Saying Goodbye To Our Rugged, Reliable, Well-Rounded Trailhawk

We just finished a one-year test of a 2014 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk, and after 27,000 miles of hard use, one thing is very clear: this is one of the best all-rounders we've ever tested.

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The Bestseller Specializes For Broader Appeal

A rehashed Accord brings fresh styling, the latest smartphone tech, and sensor-based safety systems for all. We take a brief drive to check it out.

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The Kid Is Alright

We take a second look at the 2016 Scion iM, on our home turf in southeast Michigan. Echoing our feelings from our first test in California, this is an incredibly well-rounded, more mainstream Scion.

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T-Shirts And Posters And Coasters, Oh My!

Blipshift – one of our favorite car-themed clothiers – is celebrating its third birthday with a special, weekend-long sale. If you like quirky car shirts, you'll definitely want to check this out.

Blood Shed Motors of Austin, TX, has remade a 1968 Ford Mustang to run on all-electric power. It pumps out more than 800 hp and was profiled on Translogic.

Up to 10,000 vehicles were damaged during recent storms in Texas. Copart, which works with insurance companies, suggests checking VINs to make smart buys.

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It's A Car, Alright

There's nothing amazing about the Toyota Yaris, but it's still a totally competent vehicle that's actually kind of entertaining to drive. We spend a week with one for a full test.

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Better Than Its Sales Would Suggest

Acura gives the RDX crossover a number of thoughtful updates for 2016. Are they enough to make the slow-selling CUV appeal to a wider range of consumers? We spend a week with one to find out.

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Apple CarPlay, Android Auto Available Now In Showrooms

As Volkswagen seeks to regain footing in the United States, the company launches advanced driver-assist and connectivity features to most of its lineup of cars.

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Alone On Road America In Cadillac's Latest Rocketship

We drive Cadillac's newest super sedan on the street and at Road America (with the track to ourselves). Strong feelings are formed.

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Wicked Fast, Raw, And Intoxicating. Even From The Passenger's Seat

We get our first taste of the 2016 Ford Shelby Mustang GT350R, from the passenger's seat.

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Nissan And Sony Make Pro Racers Out Of Gamers

The top Gran Turismo 6 players compete at the GT Academy National Finals in Nashville to decide who goes on to Race Camp at Silverstone — and possibly a pro racing career.

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Autoline On Autoblog With John McElroy

The US auto market is on pace for record sales this year. But the percentage of the population buying new cars is declining. Why? Stagnant wages.

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