If you are considering a return to a manual shifter, then you’ll probably like the welcome surprises awaiting you.
If you’re buying an EV, it is easy to predict how much electricity you will use and how much it will cost you. Here are the facts.
Should you buy a used car that had a major mechanical problem that has been repaired? We poll the experts.
Over the years, the “Craftsman” name has been synonymous with hand tool quality. Recent developments, though, have challenged that perception in a big way. If you’re looking to build a comprehensive starter set for the DIY’er in your life, is Craftsman still the way to go?
If fuel mileage ratings on vehicles you are shopping for seem a bit low, it is no accident.
This week, we spent some time evaluating the 2016 Ford Explorer, which we’ll be reviewing shortly. It’s a terrific vehicle, but on a rainy, cold commute from Portland, Maine, the tires — with just over 10,000 miles and loads of room before they hit the wear bars — simply would not grip the road surface. […]
You hear, “They don’t make ’em like that anymore” a lot when you drive a vintage car, but it’s especially true when you drive an orphan car – a car from a brand that no longer exists. They’ll build Fords as long as they build cars, but they no longer make Oldsmobiles. We’ve got 10 that […]
Pairing a phone to your own car’s Bluetooth can be an frustrating exercise, but the challenge dials up when you’re trying to pair a phone to a car you’ve just rented. We cover the basics, and provide a guide to every available manufacturer’s online pairing instructions.
You’d think the days of the man of the house heading down to the dealership to pick up the family’s new car were over. But a five-minute conversation about the subject of women buying cars reveals rampant examples of tone-deafness regarding female car shoppers, from auto manufacturers and car dealerships.