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Most reliable cars and trucks of 2022

Top 10 vehicles based on their predicted reliability scores

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Least reliable cars and trucks of 2022

These 10 vehicles have the lowest predicted reliability scores

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Best snow tires for winter 2022 and 2023

18 choices for cars, trucks, SUVs and performance cars

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Best truck tires of 2022 (they're great for SUVs, too)

15 rugged all-terrain treads and 15 sophisticated highway tires

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These are the 10 most discounted new cars right now

While most cars are selling for more than sticker, these are available for under MSRP

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Consumer groups, safety experts recommend standardizing names for advanced driver aids

Marketing buzzwords can be confusing and even dangerous for drivers

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Best cars for teens: $20,000 or less

How to choose a safe, reliable and affordable car suitable for a teenage driver

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Most reliable cars in America

These cars are least likely to have issues, according to Consumer Reports

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Lexus tops Consumer Reports reliability rankings, unseating Mazda

Mazda, Toyota round out the top 3 while Japanese brands again dominate

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Consumer Reports, IIHS yank safety ratings after Tesla pulls radar from cars

NHTSA also no longer gives Model 3 and Y credit for having safety systems

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Toyota Supra, Tesla Model 3 make Consumer Reports top 10 best cars list

Models from Asian brands dominated the rankings, while Porsche was named top brand

Government Skewers Its Own Investments In Electric Cars

Bad news mounts for battery-powered vehicles

It's been a bad two days for electric cars. First, the Congressional Budget Office skewered the government's rebate program for electric car buyers, saying the program doesn't actually do anything to boost electric-car sales. Then Toyota announced it is scrapping plans for a small all-electric car, according to Reuters, because nobody wants them.

FBI reports car thefts at all-time low, but so are recoveries

The Federal Bureau of Investigation reports that car thefts in 2009 were at their lowest level in 20 years. Last year, a total of 794,616 vehicles were stolen from their owners – a 17 percent drop compared to 2008. Without a doubt, those numbers are good news for car owners across the country, but the FBI report isn't all roses and sunshine. The government agency also says that while theft numbers are down, so is the number of vehicles recover

Consumer Reports picks side in V6 pony car wars

2011 Ford Mustang V6 – Click above for high-res image gallery

Consumer Reports picks best cars for teens and seniors

Consumer Reports picks the best cars for teens and seniors – Click above for high-res image gallery

WSJ brings to light dirty practice of auto awards fees

The free press? It ain't so free. It's no secret that most publications face rising costs and declining revenues, both of which combine to create bottom lines that would shiver even cash-strapped Chrysler's timbers. So it should come as no real surprise that Consumers Digest makes manufacturers pay for licensing associated with the publication's illustrious "Best Buy" awards. But that hasn't stopped the Zach Bowman

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