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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.
The holiday weekend was good to U.S. automakers, as sales reports indicate the industry is on track to beat sales numbers from a year ago.
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.