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While it may cost more to buy a certified pre-owned (CPO) vehicle than a non-certified, CPO vehicles are worth it, and here's why.
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Continual improvement makes the Forester one of the best in its class Subaru’s Forester has come a long way since a funky squared-off, raise
A sport compact that will get you noticed Nissan surprised me with a much more enjoyable Sentra SR Turbo last year, and then they went a ste
All new and all good The new Mazda CX-5 was the last 2017 model I tested and will be the final 2017 review I’ll write. I wasn’t actually sur
More than just a great value proposition New year predictions anyone? I’ve got one. The new Genesis luxury brand will do very well. I’ve rea
The sum of its parts is extremely good There was a time I couldn’t understand why the Lexus RX sold so well. It was reliable, inoffensive to
Great year-end deals make the Focus worth considering When a car nears the end of its lifecycle two good things can happen, one being discou
A near premium utility with legendary off-road capability Some things make perfect sense, and adding the sporty Trailhawk package to the fla
A small car with big loading potential All the excitement in Volkswagen’s Golf SportWagen family has recently been focused on the new AllTra
A lot more range makes for a much more utile EV A lot has happened on the electric vehicle front since BMW came to market with its i3 in the
A best of all worlds family hauler Ford gave its 2016 Explorer a mid-cycle update and it’s continued into 2017 more or less unchanged, its r
If your car's brake fluid is low, do you know what type to add? Know the difference between different types of brake fluids.
A few essential emergency items in the trunk can make all the difference between a mild inconvenience and a major headache.
Don't be stuck working in a cold garage -- install a garage heater and stay toasty warm this winter.