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  • Electrically propelled cars aren't going anywhere, but until battery tech delivers a significant range breakthrough, combustion-engine range-extenders will be part of the deal. But how do you make those better suited to the task of supplying juice while not powering any wheels? Toyota might have the answer. Read more...

April 28, 2014

  • Now I usually don't go for new American cars. They are usually miles behind their European, Japanese, and even Korean counterparts. They're slow, they lumber along, and with no real handling to speak of. Usually, they're just not good cars. Lately, I must admit that they have been getting better and better, still not Mercedes or Toyota quality, but closer to them then they have been in decades. A few weeks ago, MotorTrend did a video on the new Chevy Z/28 Camaro, and propped it up against the...

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July 15, 2013

  • Despite the vast quantities of Toyota Camrys which inhabit the modern American boulevard, it can be argued that the automotive world is currently undergoing one of the biggest performance booms it has ever seen. After a brief absence in the previous decade, the Chevy Camaro is once again fighting off the Ford Mustang- a car which can now supposedly top 200 miles an hour (at least in Shelby form). Across the Pacific Ocean, the Japanese have resurrected the inexpensive RWD sports car in the form...

November 29, 2012

  • With each successive year, the electric vehicle is looking more and more like a realistic alternative to gas. Just take a look at how the segment has expanded, with offerings from Toyota, Honda, Ford, and Nissan. Now, GM is getting back in the EV game, offering an electrified version of the Chevrolet Spark.

November 6, 2012

  • The upshot of the Sentra’s cabin is mainly one of space. There’s an absolute surplus of room. With 37.4 inches of rear legroom, the compact Sentra actually bests the mid-size Altima sedan. It also packs more space for backseat passengers than a host of competitors (Toyota Corolla, Honda Civic, Mazda3, Chevy Cruze, Ford Focus, and Hyundai Elantra). The Sentra isn’t just extra legroom, but space in general. With 95.9 cubic feet of interior volume and 15.1 cubic feet of cargo volume, the Sentra...

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