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  • Turbo Fun: 2020 Ford Mustang EcoBoost HPP Test Drive

    A Potent Engine, Superb Handling, and Great Brakes Make the EcoBoost a Winner

      — by Mike Musto

    If you haven’t heard by now, the Ford Motor Company has stopped making its insane little hot-hatch, the Focus RS. It was a great exercise in compact fun, but the fact is, it may have been a bit too much for the general public. Thankfully for us, however, Ford went ahead and saved the turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder that motivated the RS, and instead of shelving it, they went ahead and stuffed it underneath…
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  • Highlights from the State Fair of Texas Auto Show Media Day

    The State Fair of Texas is a Perfect Place to Check Out the Latest and Greatest in the World of Trucks!

    — by Derek Shiekhi 

    The Geneva and Detroit Auto Shows receive a lot of press because automakers typically reveal their latest and greatest performance cars at them. But down here in Texas, we get our own big reveals — literally. Folks in the Lone Star State contribute significantly to truck and SUV sales so it only makes sense that the companies that produce them choose to show off their newest models at the State Fair of Texas, which drew more…
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  • Volkswagen Arteon SEL R-Line 4MOTION Test Drive

    The Arteon is Proof Positive Volkswagen Hasn't Abandoned the Sedan Segment.

      — by Derek Shiekhi

    Trucks and SUVs get so many headlines these days that it's easy to forget that some manufacturers continue to produce sedans. One good thing about the popularity of larger, high-riding vehicles is that it seems to have motivated certain companies to make their traditional cars sportier and more versatile. The last-generation Buick Regal GS was a regular sedan. The newest model has attractive styling, more power, and a useful large rear hatch (that I managed to fit an entire office chair into). It may…
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  • BMW X4 vs. Acura RDX: Video Comparison

    Check Out Two Competitors in the Red-Hot Sporty SUV Segment

    Both the BMW and Acura are excellent competitors in the sporty SUV segment, so let’s take a look at the engines, cabs, infotainment, and price to determine a winner.

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  • 5 Turbocharged SUVs


    Sports Utility vehicles are coming out with more and more horsepower while also staying rather eco-efficient, and they’re doing that with turbocharged power. Here are some of the top turbocharged SUVs on the market today!

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  • Double Reveal: 2020 Corvette Stingray Convertible, Plus C8.R Race Car

    Nobody Expected to See the New Corvette Race Car

    —by Andrew Chen

    When the very first Corvette made its debut at the 1953 New York Auto Show, it was introduced as a convertible-only version. Three hundred of these Polo White vehicles would go on to be hand-built that year, and for the next decade, a drop-top was the only type of Corvette you could buy.

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  • New Look, Great Tech: 2019 Chevrolet Silverado RST Crew Cab Test Drive


    With a more aggressive body design, enhanced technology, and a host of different engine choices, the all-new 2019 Chevrolet Silverado is attempting to garner a fat slice of the red-hot pickup truck segment.

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  • 2020 Subaru Legacy vs. 2019 Honda Accord: Video Comparison

    2020 Subary Legacy vs 2019 Honda Accord

    In this corner, we have the Subaru Legacy. The all-wheel drive sedan is fully redesigned for 2020, and comes with more power, along with an advanced suite of safety systems. Next, we have the Honda Accord. This venerable four-door has long been a favorite of critics and consumers. It was all-new for 2018, and comes into 2019 mostly unchanged.

    Both the Subaru and Honda are excellent choices for a stylish, practical sedan. So let’s take a look at the engines, cabins, infotainment, and price to determine a winner. Of course, you shouldn…

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  • Toyota Engineer: New 86 Could 'Surpasses the Supra'

    — by John Coyle

    There’s been lots a speculation about the next-gen Toyota 86. Now, the car’s chief engineer says it will be be better than the Supra. Confused? So are we. But here’s what we know. In a recent interview with Australia’s Motor, senior Toyota engineer Tetsuya Tada, who helms both the 86 and Supra programs, said this: “We have to make a new 86 that surpasses the Supra. This is what the customer expects.”

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  • Join AutoNation for the Wipe Out Kids Cancer 5K Warrior Run & 1K Dash to Smash Kids' Cancer

    AutoNation is proud to be the presenting sponsor for 5K Warrior Run to Smash Kids’ Cancer! As part of its “Drive Pink” mission, AutoNation has raised millions for cancer research and treatment facilities. Join us on Saturday, September 21 at Addison Circle Park in Addison, Texas to help drive out cancer.

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