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NAIAS By the Numbers: What It Takes to Make the Detroit Auto Show

NAIAS By the Numbers: What It Takes to Make the Detroit Auto Show

By Aaron Bragman on January 19, 2018

CARS.COM — By the time the public gets to the 2018 North American International Auto Show at Detroit's Cobo Center, all the hard work will be done. The new cars will be gleaming on the... Read More
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Is Your Car Part of the Takata Airbag Recall?

Is Your Car Part of the Takata Airbag Recall?

By Kelsey Mays and Fred Meier on January 19, 2018

CARS.COM — Which cars are included in the Takata airbag inflator recall? As of January 2018, the massive airbag inflator recall already covered some 50 million airbag inflators in 37.... Read More
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2018 Ford Mustang: What's the Cost of a Fill-Up?

2018 Ford Mustang: What's the Cost of a Fill-Up?

By Rick Popely on January 19, 2018

CARS.COM — Gas prices have risen four weeks in a row, and the national average for regular was $2.54 on Thursday, so maybe a V-8 engine in a car like the 2018 Ford Mustang isn't the be... Read More
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5 Things You Can't Miss at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show

5 Things You Can't Miss at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show

By Brian Normile on January 19, 2018

CARS.COM — The North American International Auto show this year is dominated by pickup trucks, with each of the Big Three truckmakers showing something new. The all-new 2019 Ram 1500 won o... Read More
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2018 Lincoln Navigator: What's the Cost of a Fill-Up?

2018 Lincoln Navigator: What's the Cost of a Fill-Up?

By Rick Popely on January 12, 2018

CARS.COM — Gas prices rose again this past week, so anyone considering a 2018 Lincoln Navigator should be glad to know that this redesigned full-size luxury SUV has higher EPA ratings than... Read More
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2018 Detroit Auto Show: What to Expect

2018 Detroit Auto Show: What to Expect

By Matt Schmitz on January 11, 2018

CARS.COM — Detroit's rep to some degree has not caught up with its massive comeback in recent years, so it's still common to hear unflattering references to other struggling U.S. c... Read More
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What to Expect From the Latest Takata Recall Expansion

What to Expect From the Latest Takata Recall Expansion

By Kelsey Mays on January 9, 2018

CARS.COM — Keep an eye on your mailbox: You might get a critical recall notice in the coming weeks. In response to earlier orders that called for additional expansions to its massive ongoi... Read More
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Hyundai Promises 'Hyper-Connected' Cars in 2019 at CES

Hyundai Promises 'Hyper-Connected' Cars in 2019 at CES

By Jennifer Geiger on January 9, 2018

CARS.COM — Today at the Consumer Electronics Show, Hyundai detailed plans for its "hyper-connected" car via a partnership with internet networking giant Cisco. The pair first par... Read More
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Hyundai's Sunroof Airbag Fills Space Where Your Limbs Might Flail

Hyundai's Sunroof Airbag Fills Space Where Your Limbs Might Flail

By Patrick Masterson on January 9, 2018

CARS.COM — As panoramic sunroofs grow in popularity, Hyundai has taken a unique step to make them safer by developing a new airbag aimed at containing occupants' body parts in the even... Read More
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What Were the Best-Selling Cars in 2017?

What Were the Best-Selling Cars in 2017?

By Kelsey Mays on January 5, 2018

CARS.COM — What goes up, must come down — or at least plateau. After seven consecutive years of gains, U.S. new-car sales fell in 2017. The dip was modest — 1.8 percent, by Aut... Read More
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