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Cars.com Podcast: 2010 L.A. Auto Show Edition


The L.A. Auto Show wraps up this weekend and if you haven’t gone yet or won’t be able to make the trip, check out our bonus podcast this week. Editors Joe Wiesenfelder, Kelsey Mays and Mike Hanley discuss all the

Cars.com Podcast: 2010 L.A. Auto Show Edition

By David Thomas  on November 30, 2010

The L.A. Auto Show wraps up this weekend and if you haven’t gone yet or won’t be able to make the trip, check out our bonus podcast this week. Editors Joe Wiesenfelder, Kelsey Mays and Mike Hanley discuss all the

Lotus Shows Future Lineup in L.A.

By Kelsey Mays  on November 24, 2010

It would be impressive for a Toyota or a GM to show five all-new cars at a single auto show. For an exotic British automaker whose U.S. sales in 2009 amounted to some 600 cars, it’s virtually unprecedented. But that’s

2012 Mitsubishi i-MiEV Video

By Colin Bird  on November 24, 2010

We’ve already seen and tested the Mitsubishi i-MiEV, but that was the Japanese version of the electric vehicle. The U.S. version is slightly larger, comes with more safety features and obviously puts the steering wheel on the left side of

2011 Dodge Charger Video

By Colin Bird  on November 23, 2010

For the 2011 model year, Dodge gave its flagship Charger sedan a complete makeover. The new exterior styling accentuates the car’s aggressiveness, and the new interior features nicely finished materials, according to Cars.com editor Mike Hanley. Visibility has improved, too.

VW President Talks Turkey on Jetta, Crossovers ... and Hyundai

By Kelsey Mays  on November 23, 2010

As Volkswagen works hard to grab the title of the world’s No. 1 global automaker, Jonathan Browning, president and CEO of Volkswagen Group of America, sat down with Cars.com at the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show to discuss the state

2010 Los Angeles Auto Show: Winners & Losers, Concept Cars

By Colin Bird  on November 23, 2010

This year’s 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show is about real-world production cars. We have extensive posts about the Winners and Losers for cars and SUVs, crossovers and minivans, but our editors also tackled the intriguing concepts under the lights of

2010 Los Angeles Auto Show: Winners and Losers, Cars

By David Thomas  on November 22, 2010

Automakers are certainly experiencing a rebound these days as sales are climbing. The boost in their coffers has led to an explosion of new models, and the auto-show season is the time to introduce them to the world. This makes

Fiat U.S. CEO Bullish on 500's Debut

By Patrick Olsen  on November 22, 2010

Many at Chrysler are looking to Fiat to help fill one of the automaker’s biggest product holes: a unique small car that gets good mileage. Fiat USA CEO Laura Soave spoke with Cars.com at the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show,

2011 Chrysler 200 Video

By Colin Bird  on November 21, 2010

For the 2011 model year, Chrysler’s Sebring is no more. Replacing it is a new sedan called the 200. While the name has changed, don't think of the model as an "all"-new car, according to Cars.com editor Mike Hanley. The

2011 Nissan Quest Video

By Colin Bird  on November 21, 2010

After a two-year hiatus, the Nissan Quest is coming back to the market just as the minivan segment is undergoing a sudden revival. This time around, the Quest has a squared-off, crossover look, which could give it an advantage in