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Pour one out for a terrific little hot hatch.

Get the current Fiesta ST while you can.

It's collecting data from human drivers who disguise themselves as car seats

It's collecting data from human drivers who disguise themselves as car seats.

More capable, but also more expensive

There are a number of upgrades to the suspension, too.

Current Focus was a class leader when introduced. Can this one match it?

A reveal at Detroit Auto Show in January seems possible.

Details could be announced as early as Oct. 3

Company officials are also considering whether to introduce one or more all-electric Lincoln models.

We ordered everything you asked for. Well, almost everything.

We ordered everything you asked for. Well, almost everything.

Overseas in 2018, anyway. We might have to wait a bit longer in the U.S.

This is based on the current global Ranger.

Production begins in 2019.

20 PHEV vans will take part in the year-long trial.

Unintended consequences will be inevitable

The utopians see benefits to autonomy, but brace yourself for the unintended consequences

Bolt, Fusion Hybrid demand gains canceled out by Prius

Ford and Chevy rise, Toyota falls as August green-car sales are about even with last year's.

It competes with the Honda HR-V, the Mazda CX-3 and the Kia Soul.

It competes with the Honda HR-V, the Mazda CX-3 and the Kia Soul.

We've updated this list of our favorites. Find out how the best sportscars rank!

This is Autoblog's latest list of the best sportscars of the year. We've driven all of them, and these are our favorites... so far.

It's shaping up to be another down month industrywide.

Automotive sales figures for August 2017 are starting to be reported.

"Our customers have lost a lot of vehicles": Big chains moved their inventory to higher ground

"Our customers have lost a lot of vehicles": Big chains moved their inventory to higher ground.

DETROIT — Tropical Storm Harvey is likely to briefly depress already-slowing U.S. auto sales, but will eventually boost demand as damaged cars are replaced, analysts said on Tuesday. The catastrophic flooding in Houston, the fourth-largest U.S. city, could mean 2 percent fewer vehicles will be sold in August than previously expected, according to Edmunds.com. ​"In subsequent months we'll likely see a slight localized bump in sales as the recovery takes hold and people are able to buy repl

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