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Volkswagen is moving on from the Beetle. Here are some options to fill the void.

Volkswagen has announced that 2019 will be the Bug's final year. But forget the counterculture crying, the looking back to Nazi Germany, and the air-cooled lamenting — find other ways to go retro right now.

2018 Toyota Tundra: A fresh look with a ride ’em cowboy ride | Scott Sturgis

The Tundra has become popular among full-size truck buyers, and that probably has a lot to do with Toyota's reputation for quality. Other truck models offer hauling and towing capability — without all the extra strain.

2018 Toyota Tundra: A fresh look with a ride ’em cowboy ride | Scott Sturgis

The Tundra has become popular among full-size truck buyers, and that probably has a lot to do with Toyota's reputation for quality. Other truck models offer hauling and towing capability — without all the extra strain.

How a day on the track can improve your turning skills

An opportunity to try out a couple new Abarth models from Fiat comes with the added benefit of a taste of Skip Barber's One-Day Racing School. The lessons show the real limitations of modern technology, and last drivers a lifetime — for a price.

How a day on the track can improve your turning skills

An opportunity to try out a couple new Abarth models from Fiat comes with the added benefit of a taste of Skip Barber's One-Day Racing School. The lessons show the real limitations of modern technology, and last drivers a lifetime — for a price.

Stylish 2018 Nissan Murano disappoints on the curves | Scott Sturgis

The Murano accelerates smoothly and quickly to 60 mph in 7 seconds. But its handling leaves a lot to be desired, almost feeling a little unsteady. Still, it has a Consumer Reports recommended rating.

Stylish 2018 Nissan Murano disappoints on the curves | Scott Sturgis

The Murano accelerates smoothly and quickly to 60 mph in 7 seconds. But its handling leaves a lot to be desired, almost feeling a little unsteady. Still, it has a Consumer Reports recommended rating.
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Q&A: What to do about noisy fan motor?

Columnist Bob Weber answers all your car questions.

AutoNation chief, after 2 decades, is turning over the keys

Jackson, 69, steered AutoNation through the economic crisis and shares have increased fourfold since he took over in 1999, though he will relinquish his role as CEO next year with auto sales waning across the industry.

Toyota hypes 2018 Camry’s sporty look, but are looks enough?

There are many reasons to love the Camry — its highway manners, its reliability, and its acceleration. But Toyota is slow to keep up with technology and aesthetics, and the handling remains disappointingly Camryesque.

Q&A: Want a car with front bench seat? You may be out of luck

Columnist Bob Weber answers all your car questions.

Elon Musk said a Tesla could drive itself across the country by 2018. One just crashed backing out of a garage.

The promise of auto-driving, robot-assisted, quasi-magical wondercars has given way to a more nuanced reality: Cars that also crap out, get confused or crash, often with little warning or explanation.

2018 LC500: A whole lotta fun in a tiny Lexus — for a whole lotta dough

The new Lexus LC500 Coupe trips banks account at over $100K. Buyers will enjoy luxurious conditions that are not too luxurious, speed that's not that speedy, and a cramped space. Still, the whole is more than the sum of its parts.

Musk elevates a little-known fixer to steer Tesla past drama

Tesla could use a difference-maker to rebound from a chaotic period that has sent its stock tumbling, ending last week at its lowest close since April 2.

Auto review: Mercedes-Benz EQC: Electric crossover juices competition with Tesla, Jaguar

Mercedes-Benz is the latest luxury automaker to debut its first all-electric vehicle in a bid both to recapture market share taken by Tesla and to be positioned for the new mobility era of automobiles.

Motormouth: Don’t bleed the tires, even in the hottest temperatures

Never, ever, bleed air from your tires.

Honda Fit gets new look for 2018

The flatiron-shaped Honda Fit is actually a big small car, probably the world's smallest minivan. But in Sport mode, the tiny, foamy seats remind you how much you paid. And performance from the Fit leaves a bit to be desired.

Q&A: What’s up with automatic door unlocking?

Columnist Bob Weber answers all your car questions.

NJ fuel-tax hike goes into effect Monday

New Jersey's 4.3-cent gas-tax increase puts it into the nation's Top Ten fuel tax states. Pennsylvania is still Number One.

To earn trust for autonomous vehicles, company gives them ‘virtual eyes’

Surveys indicate that large portions of the public harbor deep reservations about the safety of self-driving technology, so Jaguar Land Rover enlisted cognitive psychologists to learn "how vehicle behaviour affects human confidence in new technology."
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