A New York man said good-bye to his beloved 30-year-old Honda Civic, Bluey, with a New-Orleans-style funeral procession that the whole neighborhood turned out for. A beloved Honda Civic Harry Ettling bought Bluey new, long before there were such things as hybrid cars and internet auto loans. He has driven and lovingly maintained Bluey for Read on! →


Cadillac has set its sights on competing with BMW in the luxury car segment. Cadillac unveiled its latest creation, the small ATS sedan, ahead of the 2012 Detroit Auto Show. It won’t be over ’til it’s over over there Most people peg Cadillacs as “old people cars.” The brand has been trying to revitalize itself Read on! →


About a decade ago, Chevrolet launched the Avalanche, a half-truck, half-SUV that created a segment all its own: family haulers that doubled as utility vehicles. GM is pulling the plug on the model but is giving it a send-off with a Black Diamond trim. Created a craze Around the turn of the century, Chevrolet launched Read on! →


There’s going to be a new Ford GT, and I don’t mean the preferred car of people who have carnal knowledge of their sister. No, the all-American supercar is coming back for the 2017 model year and it’s tipped to be the fastest car to wear the blue oval since Dan Gurney and AJ Foyt Read on! →


The annual survey of car theft by the National Crime Insurance Bureau, a trade group of the insurance industry, indicates car theft continues to decline. Most areas had lower rates of car theft in 2011, though some areas are still worryingly high. Overall drop in nationwide crime includes car theft Car theft is one of Read on! →


Is there any point to automakers tweaking their latest designs for young consumers? Not according to a University of Michigan study released today, according to Automotive News. Teen drivers – or potential drivers in their teen-age years, aka “Generation N” – are proving to be neutral in regards to the driving privilege. As U.S. light Read on! →


For the driver, surviving an auto accident is typically a matter of utilizing proper safety restraints. For a pedestrian, however, there are not a few thousand pounds of metal, plastic and fiberglass or a crumple zone to absorb the impact. Yet all need not be lost if a pedestrian is prepared. Learn how to survive Read on! →


A number of relatively cheap and relatively easy upgrades for performance are out there, and one of the more common suggestions is the cold air intake. The principles behind how it works are relatively sound, on paper, but do they actually work? Cold Air Intakes Boost Horsepower…For Science! The general principle behind how cold air Read on! →


TrueCar, the popular new car pricing site, just released its 2011 study of the gender differences among new car buyers. The study found that, as always, men go for faster and flashier cars, whereas women prefer imports, economy and practicality. However, it also found some relaxing of gender biases. Narrowing gaps between sexes While the Read on! →


Summer fun is just around the corner, and with it come the inevitable road trips that go with good weather and good friends. Preparing your vehicle for summer excursions is just as important as preparing it for the ravages of winter. There are a number of important steps you should take to ensure that your Read on! →