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Review: 2012 Toyota Camry
Boring as it may be, the Toyota Camry is the best-selling car in the US for a reason.
2012 Range Rover Evoque
The Evoque is the first Range Rover to not drive like a bulldozer. That alone, along with decent fuel economy and killer looks, makes it one of the year's best new cars.
2012 Buick LaCrosse
Buick isn't labeling the eAssist system as a hybrid, but the fuel economy benefits and start/stop technology are indeed there.
2012 Jeep Wrangler
For 2012, the classic Jeep Wrangler gets an upgraded engine and transmission to match its new creature comforts. Thankfully, that doesn't make it a real car.
2012 Subaru Impreza
Subaru really wants people other than snow-capped New Englanders to buy its cars. So for 2012, the Impreza becomes roomier and far less thirsty than its predecessor.
Herb Chambers, who sells nearly every car brand on Earth, took your questions.
GM ignition switch recall: Everything we know so far
General Motors, as you may have heard, is in a heap of trouble over its latest recall. Things have gotten so bad – and may continue to worsen – that Toyota’s unintended acceleration debacle could look like a speck in......
Other areas of the country have adopted the tradition, but local dealers feel theirs is the bigger event. (By Bill Griffith, Boston Globe)
The Hyundai phenomenon ranks as one of the most impressive business turnarounds of the past quarter century. (By Bill Griffith, Boston Globe)
JOHN PAUL: THE CAR DOCTOR
Driving our 2001 Honda Civic EX, when slowing down to a stop, the car nearly stalls out. Just before the car stalls, the engine speeds up and just in the nick of time, stays running.
If resale value is No. 1 among your priorities, you might find yourself looking at utility vehicles and mid-sized pickup trucks, according to Kelley Blue Books 2012 Best Resale Value Awards.
Center differentials aren't just for high-end cars. We rate 16 top all-wheel-drive cars under $30,000.
Thanks to very tough global competition, many automakers are lowering prices or offering attractive annual percentage rates, and nowhere is this more prevalent than in the sub-$20,000 range.
Now in its 55th year, the New England International Auto Show is welcoming 2012 with a string of attractive, fuel-efficient vehicles in all price segments.