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Ownership

Revoked titles steer Texan buggies off-road.

Has the Texas DMV dune goofed?

Ownership
Ownership

Digging into the downsizing in so many automakers' engine bays.

Right now, there are more than 50 models on sale in the United States that use it, and more are on the horizon.

Car Buying

They can, and do, show up on the market.

Why some flood-damaged cars are sold with clean titles.

Ownership

Some seven years after production of the SC 430 ended, a coupe/convertible prospect has the benefit of both hindsight and nostalgia.

Read This

Ringing your car dealer in to set an appointment – and being told openings are two weeks out – hints at the problem.

Ownership

Even with gas at or near $2 a gallon, there are many reasons to own a small, economical car.

ETC

One man's disappointment is another man's bargain.

Certain cars are much more likely to be ditched within the year of initial purchase than others. Here they are, and this is how much you could save on a nearly new model.

Buying Guide

We examine the pricing and options of the Chevy Malibu and Honda Accord.

Bang For The Buck

Why the cover car of the moment is also a good deal.

Car Buying

As Lincoln announces an all-new Navigator at this year's New York auto show, Infiniti's big QX56/80 continues to gain fans in a great many upmarket zip codes.

Ownership

Few of the mid-80s German offerings were more compelling than the Mercedes S-Class.

Car Buying

A symbol of what went right and wrong in the Merger of Equals.

Bang For The Buck

If shopping for a $30,000 midsize sedan, the Regal and Sonata merit your attention.

Ownership

Introduced for 2006 and built in Indiana, the B9 Tribeca was Subaru's first attempt at a 3-row crossover.

Ownership

Hyundai has been attempting to make its own move upmarket with its Genesis sedan.

Buying Guide

A significant percentage of car buyers remain put off by the buying process.

Green

Portland, Oregon tops the list.

Indiana University lists the best cities in which to own a plug-in vehicle.

Study

They prefer "traditional, practical, and trusted" brands.

Teenagers today aren't super exited about Tesla, despite valuing sustainability and autonomous driving.

Study

A new study from the US Energy Information Administration makes the interesting finding that as the number of vehicles in a household's fleet increases, the miles driven on the primary car go up as well.