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Boston.com columnist, certified mechanic, and radio show host John Paul chats live from the show floor.

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Boston Globe Top Drives for 2012

Boston Globe Top Drives for 2012
If you’re in the market for a new car next year, add these 10 vehicles to your short list.
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Tour the auto show

Tour the auto show
Even fuel-sippers and mainstream cars are getting exciting, so have a look through the show and visit in person through Sunday.
Boston hailing Transit Connect taxi

Boston hailing Transit Connect taxi

Boston is the first city to use Ford's Transit Connect taxi, a European high-top van that's way more comfortable than a Crown Victoria. (By Bill Griffith, Boston.com)
Grandest Cherokee of them all

Grandest Cherokee of them all

Jeep introduced its top-of-the-line Grand Cherokee Overland Summit that will set you back $46,000. (By Bill Griffith, Boston.com)
Saab: Born in Sweden, sold in Boston

Saab: Born in Sweden, sold in Boston

Boston remains the North American "heartland" of Saab sales. Saab North American president Mike Colleran was on hand at the show to unveil a 9-4X. (By Bill Griffith, Boston.com)
The Globe's Top Drives for 2011

The Globe's Top Drives for 2011

The Boston Globe tested more than 100 cars, trucks, crossovers, and SUVs this year and picked 10 standouts we think will cause you a fair share of surprise. (By Clifford Atiyeh and Bill Griffith, Boston Globe)