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Keep it … or Ditch it?

A solid-running used car - a paid-for car - is almost as good as gold these days. Unlike new cars - whose value drops almost as soon as you sign the...

2011 Dodge Nitro

The Dodge Nitro isn't a favorite of car journalists. Google reviews of this chunky little SUV and you'll see it gets slammed a lot. It has a silly name (ok, fair enough)....

Chrysler 300 convertible, 1969-1970

The largest, most powerful battleship ever made was the WWII-era Japanese Yamato and her sister ship, Musashi. They came late to the war and didn't survive it - in part because...

Be like Ponch – Ride an ex-cop Kz1000!

Interested in acquiring a motorcycle that's also a veteran? An option you might consider - one that's not well-known outside of the collector bike hobby - is to shop for an ex-police/former...

2011 Mazda Miata

The Mazda Miata and the Ford Model T may not seem to have much in common. But in one important way, they both achieved something that very few other cars ever...

Chrysler New Yorker, 1955-1982

There's a reason it's known as the Empire State. New York is outsized and audacious - not a place for the timid. So is the car named after the Big Apple. It's...

Chevy Volt Apparently Not Quite As Advertised

GM apparently has some 'splainin to do - and not just to Lucy, but also to the American taxpayers who have bankrolled its operations since that terrible I've Fallen - And...

2011 Suzuki Kizashi

On four wheels, Suzuki is barely even a presence in the U.S market - even though it's one of the dominant players when it comes to two-wheeled machinery. For whatever reason, Suzuki...

Chevy Kingswood Estate wagon, 1969-1972

One of the greatest things about the Great Whales of the past was their names. Today, everything's alpha-numeric. "X" This and 123 that. All the good names have either been taken,...

2011 Ford Fusion Hybrid

American car companies lost market share in the '70s and '80s to a great extent because they lost consumer confidence. Hit or miss quality control - an endless conga line of...
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