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Latest Certified Pre-Owned Incentives by Automaker

By Cars.com on Fri Jan 06 08:30:10 GMT-06:00 2017


CARS.COM — Certified pre-owned incentives are reduced-rate loans offered by manufacturers to qualified buyers of CPO vehicles. All financing offers listed here are available nationally unless noted otherwise. Not every buyer will qualify for this discount financing, contact your dealer… Read More

Latest Certified Pre-Owned Incentives by Automaker

By Cars.com on Fri Jan 06 08:30:10 GMT-06:00 2017

CARS.COM — Certified pre-owned incentives are reduced-rate loans offered by manufacturers to qualified buyers of CPO vehicles. All financing offers listed here are available nationally unless noted otherwise. Not every buyer will qualify for this discount financing, contact your dealer… Read More

Smarter Self-Driving Car Tech Marks CES 2017

By Nick Kurczewski on Thu Jan 05 15:35:33 GMT-06:00 2017

CARS.COM — The future of car technology isn't limited to self-driving systems and autonomous vehicles. Cars will someday do much more than take over driving. At some point down the road, they will communicate, listen and, most importantly, learn. Related:… Read More

Ford Debuts Sleeker Self-Driving Fusion Hybrid

By Nick Kurczewski on Tue Jan 03 11:24:43 GMT-06:00 2017

CARS.COM — Ford has revealed a much sleeker and more refined version of its self-drive Fusion Hybrid sedan. The high-tech family car arrives just in time for the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, as well as the North American… Read More

Faraday Future Teases Electric SUV

By Fred Meier on Tue Dec 13 13:50:11 GMT-06:00 2016

CARS.COM — A new video teaser for the coming electric vehicle from Faraday Future, the Chinese-backed EV startup, shows a camouflaged Faraday electric vehicle prototype drag racing a Ferrari 488 sports car, a Bentley Bentayga SUV and a Tesla Model X SUV. The teaser comes ahead of its unveiling… Read More

Tesla Recalls Power Adapters

By Fred Meier on Wed Dec 07 11:33:02 GMT-06:00 2016

CARS.COM — Tesla is voluntarily recalling several thousand power adapters for a risk of overheating. Related: Tesla Adds Self-Drive to Entire Lineup Tesla said that in November it had two reports of NEMA 14-30 (a standard of the National Electrical Manufacturers… Read More

Jaguar I-Pace Targets Tesla

By Nick Kurczewski on Tue Nov 22 09:18:06 GMT-06:00 2016

CARS.COM — The 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show saw Jaguar enter the electric-car world courtesy of the I-Pace Concept. This car signals a watershed moment for the historic British automaker which, until just this year, didn't even have an SUV in… Read More

Uber, Lyft, Maven and Zipcar Offer Election-Day Rides to Polls

By Nick Kurczewski on Tue Nov 08 12:07:18 GMT-06:00 2016

CARS.COM — Yes, it's true, Nov. 8 has arrived and Election Day is finally here! To make getting to your polling location easier — and a little cheaper — this Election Day, car-share and ride-hailing companies such as Uber, Zipcar,… Read More

Tesla Video Shows Self-Driving Future

By Nick Kurczewski on Tue Oct 25 06:00:00 GMT-06:00 2016

CARS.COM — Tesla Motors is putting full self-driving capability into all its vehicles from here on out, except the hardware is going to remain dormant until further testing and clearer regulations permit its use. It's like ticking the option box… Read More

Tesla Adds Self-Drive to Its Entire Lineup

By Nick Kurczewski on Wed Oct 19 20:40:12 GMT-06:00 2016

CARS.COM — Tesla Motors is installing full self-driving capability in every vehicle it builds from now on, except it's not entirely clear when customers will actually be able to fully use this high-tech hardware. Related: Tesla Autopilot: First Test The… Read More

'Moral Machine' Ponders Driverless Dilemma of Who Dies

By Matt Schmitz on Tue Oct 18 11:13:27 GMT-06:00 2016

CARS.COM — In the late 1960s, Kelsey D. Atherton wrote in a recent Popular Science piece on the driverless-car dilemma, the so-called Trolley Problem pondered the moral course of action in the case of a runaway streetcar. Pull the track-switch… Read More