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Not Exactly Like America's Abarth – Ours Will Be Better

New fuel saving and safety technology should pull you off the sidelines if you can afford it.

The U.S. economy is still dragging. Middle Eastern regimes seem to be imploding almost weekly, spiking the cost of oil and gasoline at the pump, and shaking consumer confidence. Unemployment remains around 9% with many older baby boomers and new college grads have dropped out of the workforce for lack of jobs. And because so many people have precarious incomes, they are hanging on to their vehicles longer.

The Baby Benz Becomes More Like Its Big Brothers

An Improved Droptop For The Cruise Ship Crowd

Save Money By Understanding What You're Really Paying For

Perhaps you're planning a vacation? Maybe you need a large vehicle for a family road trip? Regardless of why you need to rent a vehicle, many people have questions about accepting or declining the optional insurance coverage rental car companies offer.

On Top Of The World With Merc's New Magic Roadster

They Can't Ticket You if They Can't See You

Are you familiar with the saying, "Flying under the radar?" Military pilots coined the phrase to describe how they evaded being detected by enemy radar. The technique is to fly so close to the ground that their adversary's radar waves pass over their aircraft.

Depending on what kind of car you have, you need to pick a different sort of insurance

While commercials might lead you to believe that even a cave man can understand auto insurance, we're not so sure.

A Smaller, Livelier, Less-Expensive A8

Detroit may be getting greener, but the town hasn't forgotten its roots.

It seems forever and a day ago ... those heady days of 2007 when the pre-recession economy had no idea the cliff that lay just around the corner. Back then enthusiasts were abuzz about the all-new 2008 Dodge Challenger SRT8, the updated 2009 Ford Mustang, and almost-ready-for-production 2009 Chevrolet Camaro. Finally, we thought, Detroit was getting its act together and making exciting cars that reflected the true passion of The Motor City.

These New Models Will Help Ease The Pain At The Pump This Summer

While walking through the displays at the 2011 Detroit North American International Auto Show, we thought about what we'd recommend to AOL Autos readers. As we studied the dozens of new vehicles ranging from hybrid sedans to full-size SUVs, we knew our recommendations needed to factor in future fuel prices.

Single-handedly Changing America's Perception About Station Wagons

A Very Small Car In A Very Big America

A Lot Newer Than It Looks From The Outside

Experts Disagree On Future Of Electric Vehicles

How soon will you be driving a zero-emissions electric vehicle or some other Earth-saving transportation appliance? Depending on whom you listen to, the future of greener transportation is either right around the corner or decades down the pike.

The difference could mean as much as $10,000

Cars. Trucks. Crossovers. SUVs. Minivans. Add together all the different models from all the different manufacturers who sell vehicles in the United States and you'll end up with hundreds of choices. How is a consumer to choose, especially when there is such differentiation within a single model line? For example, you can purchase a 2011 Ford Fusion for as little as $19,720 to more than $32,000. Making a smart choice can be tough.

Do they work? Are they legal?

Ever played the superhero game? It's the one where friends or bar mates discuss the superpower they'd most like to possess. Inevitably, someone picks the ability to become invisible. Marvel Comic Books got it right with The Invisible Woman. Not far behind, Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry applied the concept to entire spacecrafts with the Romulan (and later, Klingon) cloaking device.

It May Be Humpbacked, But It's No Quasimodo.

What A Difference A New Face Makes

We didn't see this one coming: Tennessee-based Cracker Barrel recently announced it would be installing electric vehicle charging stations at 24 restaurants.

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