The 2013 Buick Enclave was recently revealed ahead of the 2012 New York International Auto Show, reports the Detroit Free Press. The automotive press has noted that the mid-size crossover, which is Buick’s second-best selling model vehicle, has received its most significant facelift since it made its debut in 2007. Advancing an award-winning design The Read on! →


In the first part of this piece we saw how important it is to make a used car look as a attractive as possible before offering it up to potential buyers. Now we will look as some further steps to take to make sure that your pocketbook gets the maximum padding as compensation when saying Read on! →


There comes a time in every car owner’s life when, no matter what the sentimental attachment, it is time to say good-bye to an old four-wheeled friend. But selling a car is not what it used to be. You can’t just park it at the side of the road with a price tag in the Read on! →


Despite most flying cars being the realm of science fiction, there have been occasional attempts at making what are termed “roadable aircraft.” A modern example, the Terrafugia Transition, is heading to the New York Auto Show. A plane car Man has dreamed of a car that doubles as a plane for a long time. The Read on! →


The term “smart car” is one we see a lot today. Ostensibly it means a car featuring “advanced electronics.” But if some cars are smart, there must be some that are not-so-smart on the other end of the spectrum. Several car sites recently made their picks for “dumb cars.” Here are a few that stood Read on! →


Rachel Veitch, one of the nation’s oldest motorist, has been driving the same car since 1964. But time changes all things, and last week, Veitch told reporters that she has driven her last. Driven to the moon and back With more than 576,000 miles clocked, Orlando, Fla.-resident Veitch could have driven to the moon, back Read on! →


Electronic, self-extending antennas look fancy. Unfortunately, these telescoping car radio antennas are prone to breakage, for example when your car goes through a car wash with the antenna extended. Knowing how to repair a retractable antenna is useful in these circumstances. Step No. 1 – Remove the broken pieces of your car antenna The first Read on! →


The age-old tradition of getting under the hood and doing one’s own auto maintenance is increasingly endangered. However, a growing number of people are finding out there are auto repairs that anyone can do. Tell a grease monkey passerby that here under the car we lie According to MSN, a survey conducted several years ago Read on! →


Electronic vehicles are riding the crest of the green transportation wave, and wireless EV charging is among the more exciting associated technologies. The convenience of abandoning wires and plugs is obvious, but some critics have questioned how efficient wireless charging can be. According to the Detroit Free Press, however, a Morrisville, N.C., start-up called Evatran Read on! →


The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has opened investigations into reports of Chevrolet Cruze sedans and Jeep Wrangler SUVs catching fire. There is no common cause; the vehicles are made by different manufacturers but the NHTSA is looking into the matter. Spontaneous combustion The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has opened two probes into reports Read on! →