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The red-bellied black snake can grow to more than 8 feet long.

The Australian tourism board would rather you not read this.


Honestly, they were all over the place ... just like 2017!

We certainly can't say 2017 was a boring year, so it's with some pleasure that we look back at our most-read car reviews and see that they're all about interesting subjects in one way or another. Despite the vast popularity of mostly soulless crossovers, the cars you most wanted to read about this year tended to possess character, distinctiveness, and in most cases, excellence. Here they are ... 10) 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom First Drive | When only the best will do "Philip Koehn, the engineer d


Heated Recaro seats are also an option now

The first 2018 models will arrive at dealers in December.


Before you ask, it probably won't be attached to a rotary

Perhaps it could be used for higher-performance models.


We choose from sedans, SUVs, wagons, hot hatches, plug-in hybrids and minivans to meet your budget.

What's the best car for $30,000? We choose from sedans, SUVs, wagons, hot hatches, plug-in hybrids and minivans to give you a good place to start your search.

Los Angeles

More power, more efficiency, more luxury

A new engine and Signature trim spice things up.


The base prices barely change

The Mazda6 won't be the only Mazda to run on two cylinders.


Could it be a CX-7 revival?

Mazda hopes to sell 150,000 units of the new model each year.


We take a look at five cars from Japan with the most ridiculous names and some insane TV commercials.


Range-topping sedan teased ahead of L.A. Auto Show reveal.

The teasers reveal a lot.


4,000 jobs are on the line. Which state will get them?

The companies are reportedly hunting for a $1 billion incentive package.

The List

Yes, we do actually drive a route called "The Devil's Butthole"

Join our hosts Jessi and Patrick as they take "the gamble" and find out whether or not their $500 jalopy will survive the Gambler 500 on this episode of "The List."


We're looking at SUVs in the office

Editor-in-Chief Greg Migliore is joined by Associate Editor Reese Counts.


Seriously, how cool are those two concepts from Mazda?


A rotary may come, but it might not be what you're hoping for.


Some of our favorite comments on our Tokyo coverage.

We do, in fact, read the comments.