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Driver's Seat: Review of the 2014 Toyota Tundra SR5 Crewmax
Around $36,000 as tested, with four-wheel drive and a 5.0 liter engine, it has a few minor drawbacks, and one big one.
Drivers looking for the best bargain on insurance may want to consider buying a Jeep, according to Insure.com.
A review of the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Z71 4WD LTZ.
Chevrolet will continue the existing model strictly for fleet sales in 2014, calling it the Impala Limited.
Mazda’s latest tool is something the company calls Skyactiv technology, now the soul of the 2014 Mazda3.
Subaru says it can accelerate to 60 miles an hour in 6.2 seconds.
The Volvo wagon gets only the 2.0-liter T5 engine, which turns out to be plenty for the 3,790-pound machine.
The 2014 model, built in the U.S., is a latecomer after the company delayed its introduction. But customers are likely to say it was worth
Though everyone is sick of snow and cold, the weather is the not-so-invisible hand driving everything this year.
The adage K.I.S.S. — for “keep it simple, stupid” — has invigorated political campaigns. But it hasn’t worked for Honda’s gasoline/electric
Here are some of the shiniest highlights planned for the Pittsburgh International Auto Show.
2014 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution MR: big fun, small package.
Driver's Seat: Review of the 2014 Kia Soul+
Like a bad date with an attractive but vapid beauty, the 500L and I got off to an unpleasant start.
2014 Kia Sorento SX Limited AWD vs. 2014 Dodge Durango Citadel AWD, Part 2: Three rows of clear choices.
Now that winter is really, really here, a family guy turns attention to finding ways to get through the bad weather without fail.
The 2014 Acura MDX is a nice vehicle, but one overpowering drawback ruined the experience for me.
Scott Sturgis reviews the 2014 Buick Enclave.
Last week I shared some ideas from my and my friends' automotive wish lists. This week readers offered their own ideas for what they'd like.
Exactly what someone ends up paying would depend on her credit score, and a consumer advocacy group questions whether that's fair.
Here are a few things some friends and I came up with that we'd like to see on cars -- some far-fetched, but some not so much.
A review of the 2014 Chevrolet Cruze Turbo Diesel.
Driving the Jeep Cherokee of today is nothing like driving the Jeep Cherokee of old.
Gulf Oil at the intersection of Baum and St. Clair was the first drive-in gas station in the world.
In automatic/CVT form, the Versa Note is the definite winner over the reportedly troublesome Fiesta automatic.
#1 Cochran rolled out its new "Clearly Better Car Buying" program, which draws on data from third-party providers for price comparisons.
With warnings and the transmission hesitation, I can't offer support for the Fiesta, although I do like the car quite a bit.
Columnist Scott Sturgis lists keyless ignition, adaptive cruise control, rain-sensitive wipers and lane departure warning as advances in
The percentage of drivers who said they use their phone to access the Internet while driving has nearly doubled to 24 percent since 2009.
Fifteens states tend to keep insurance premiums in check -- Pennsylvanians paid an average $812.15 in 2010, slightly higher than average.
If you enjoy driving and need the practicality of a crossover, this should fit the bill and at a bargain price.
A joint venture between Shale Hotels Inc. and "O" Ring CNG Fuel Systems LP is planning a facility in Bentleyville, Washington County.
Speeding has been on my mind since I learned that Sen. Joe Scarnati has issued a proposal to increase certain maximum speed limits.
A review of the 2014 Kia Cadenza.
White continues to dominate car colors worldwide but new trends data show blue is gaining traction as a shade for some luxury vehicles.
Palmo Cicchino's auto repair shop, which has been on Broadway Avenue in Beechview for more than two decades, burned in a Monday night fire.
Reviewer Scott Sturgis says: "I try to keep my journalistic objectivity about even the fanciest cars.And then I get an Acura."
Heavy-duty pickup sales are up at least 20 percent through August and strongly outpacing the industry as a whole.
The XTS marks the spot ... for Cadillac.
The Kenny Ross Toyota dealership shows how the industry is making its buildings more environmentally sustainable.
The driver appeared to lose control of the truck after leaping over cars it was crushing during a demonstration.
The Lexus LS gets a "recommended" rating from Consumer Reports, and most of its systems are rated excellent over the past dozen or so years.
It's a retro, old-style mountain climber -- for good and ill.
The Pathfinder been a large SUV for a while, but after its 2013 redesign, it's aimed for trips to the mall with the family.
The younger cousin of the founder of Toyota Motor Corp. became the firm's longest-serving president.
The 2013 Toyota RAV4 Limited AWD adds space and comfort to crossover choices.
Sorry, you can't have my column; there is only one Mr. Driver's Seat, after all. But a similar gig is being made available by Edmunds.
At $2,764 per year, Pennsylvania ranks 44th in annual cost to operate a vehicle, thanks to lower taxes and fees, and lower spending at pump.
A public interest group urges policy makers to take note of the trend.