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KickingTiresAmericans have traditionally had a unique perspective on small cars: They were cheap and economical, and Americans drove them because they had to, not because they wanted to. The Mini brand largely began to change that kind of thinking in......
Tags: Buick, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Mini, BMW, Travel
KickingTiresDiesels and hybrids have drastically different powertrains, but they both help commuters improve their fuel economy compared with a traditional gas-powered car. The 2013 Volkswagen Passat TDI with a six-speed manual and the 2012 Honda Insight hybrid...
KickingTiresHave you seen the harrowing footage of the Kia Sorento that malfunctioned and sped up to 115 mph on a Missouri highway last weekend? The driver, Lauri Ulvestad, managed to dial 911 with one hand and drive her-out-of-control car with......
Tags: Travel, Toyota, Highway Transportation, Road Transportation, Kia
KickingTiresThe maximum fuel range you see advertised on TV can be a myth. Technically, the claimed range is accurate if you squeeze every last drop of fuel from the tank and are able to achieve a sometimes optimistic highway mileage.......
KickingTiresFuel-economy packages are multiplying these days, and it seems every automaker has one. They do beef up mileage claims after all. Dodge makes the Dart Aero, Nissan offers a Sentra FE+ and Ford has its Super Fuel Economy packages. Most......
KickingTiresThe first snowfall of the year is one of the most dangerous times to be on the road, as motorists struggle to remember how to drive in wet, slick conditions. Although Old Man Winter hasn't hit Cars.com's Chicago headquarters just......
KickingTiresThe 2013 Lexus ES 350 wears its first redesign since 2007, and it now looks sportier, says Cars.com Family reviewer Sara Lacey. This spacious sedan's V-6 engine offers plenty of power for city and highway driving. The ES' interior is......
Tags: Travel, Luxury Vehicles, Road Transportation
KickingTiresMotorists can add a new term to the distracted-driving dictionary: webbing. Smartphone ownership is on the rise, and so too is surfing the internet while driving, according to State Farm. During a four-year study, the insurer polled nearly 4,000 drivers.....
Tags: Demographics, Travel, Road Transportation, Insurance
KickingTiresGMC???s three-row SUV, the Acadia, isn???t for the timid, especially when driving the luxurious Denali trim, says Cars.com Family contributor Carrie Kim. This beauty can easily haul seven passengers, and its V-6 engine makes easy work of highways and...
KickingTiresWhat is it? A smartphone solution for vehicles without collision detection systems. Price: Free Platforms: Android 2.2 and higher; iOS version coming soon Info: www.ionroad.com Yes, you can have a collision warning system for your car in the palm of......
KickingTiresHonda is developing technology to predict and prevent roadway congestion so that traffic jams become a thing of the past. The automaker partnered with the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology at the University of Tokyo to develop a......
KickingTiresRed apparently meant "Go" to more than 2 million drivers last year, according to a study by the National Coalition for Safer Roads. Its report found that more than 2.3 million drivers in 18 states ran a red light in......
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