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The most popular car in every state

Even if you have your heart set on a particular vehicle, it’s possible that a local favorite—perhaps one you’ve never considered—might be a… Read more



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Edmunds: These 6 new SUVs are worth the wait

Here are six SUVs going on sale in the next several months that might be worth waiting for. Read more

How to decide if a hybrid or electric vehicle is right for you

With so many new types of electrified vehicles entering the market today, it’s important to note the differences within this hugely important space. Read more

Roadshow: 2018 Chicago Auto Show preview

Trucks and SUVs dominated the Detroit show last month; what will the Second City have in store this month? Read more

Meet Unique Tin's "Tin Man"

Norm Waddell has been a gearhead ever since he was a boy. If it was a vehicle with a motor and tires, he was interested. Read more

Genevieve: Teen’s infatuation blossoms into a lifelong love

AKRON, Ohio — Kirk Reid was 15 the first time he fell in love. Read more

Readers' Rides: Lloyd Smith's 1957 Chevrolet

In 1966, twin brothers Lloyd and Larry Smith sold their 1957 Chevrolet 210 for $350. Neither imagined that a duplicate would show up in the family 37 years later. Read more

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