REVIEW: The Stylish 2015 Volkswagen Beetle 1.8T

You can buy all kinds of practical hatchbacks, but you’d choose the Beetle if you wanted a bit more style with your utility.

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INFOGRAPHIC: New England and Zero Emissions Vehicles

Yesterday, the New England Motor Press Association (NEMPA) held its annual Technology Conference at MIT’s Media Lab. The conference served as kind of a report card on Green Vehicle Technology, and where we are in terms of getting people to adopt these new technologies as their daily drivers. If you live in one of four New England states, here’s something you probably didn’t know: Your governors have signed on to

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AT THE JUNKYARD: 1989 Chrysler New Yorker Mark Cross

From a complicated time in Chrysler’s history comes this 1989 New Yorker Mark Cross. It’s all used up, but its blustery formality still makes an impression.

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REVIEW: 2015 Cadillac Escalade Platinum

This week, Greg and his son Tim Zyla had time in the 2015 Cadillac Escalade Platinum, which has converted the opinion of at least one member of the family.

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REVIEW: 2015 Nissan Versa Note SR Offers Economical Drive With Handy Technology Features

These days, the automotive market is filled with $50k+ pickup trucks, $30k+ Toyota Camry sedans and even a $75k+ plug-in Cadillac. It seems the automotive market is on steroids. What has happened to the point A to point B? It is still around. We give you exhibit A., the 2015 Nissan Versa Note SR ringing in a little over $19k. With plenty of cargo room, an ample powertrain and plenty

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VIDEO: Mercedes-Benz Shows Off GLE in ‘Jurassic World’

Mercedes-Benz is a brand with an exclusive pedigree. They make cars that combine beauty and performance and are associated with a very upscale lifestyle. Now, they’re also associated with deadly, killer dinosaurs thanks to a tie-in with Jurassic World.

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Takata to Double U.S. Airbag Recall

Fraught Japanese airbag manufacturing magnate, Takata announced today that they would expand their U.S. recall to include an additional 34-million vehicles. The extension of the current airbag recall will constitute the largest automobile recall campaign in U.S. history.

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Men’s Journal’s “Ultimate Road Trip” Stinks. Here Are 7 Better Ones

If you’re on social media at all, you’ve likely seen the Men’s Journal post on Facebook promoting the “Ultimate Road Trip” around the United States, determined by data scientists. The problem is that it stinks. Just in time for summer, CJ Pony Parts has come up with seven road trips that aren’t about mileage, but about the journey.

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