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2015 was a good year for Volkswagens and Subarus according to Consumer Reports.
The Q50S, while remaining a sold choice for diving through New England winters, is a more refined edition with more electronics.
Bill Griffith pits the Volkswagen Sportwagen against the Subaru Outback.
“NPR-loving New England enjoys their Volvos,” Popular Mechanics concluded.
The U.S. average is one crash every 10 years. In Boston? One every three. That means motorists here are 157.7 percent more likely to get in a crash.
A reader returned from a two-week trip to find their Subaru had died. Are the safety and other innovative features to blame?
The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) just released their annual list of the most stolen cars of the previous year.
Stop what you're doing and think for a moment. When was the last time you had your brakes checked?...
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