• Audi e-tron first ride, Nio financing, fuel-economy standards, and back to school: Today's Car News

    2 monthes ago - By High Gear Media

    We get our first chance to ride in Audi's new electric e-tron SUV. Chinese electric carmaker NIO plans to start its expansion in the U.S. by raising money. We look at why fuel-economy standards don't need be loosened to keep cars safer, and we ask followers for their back-to-school thoughts in our latest Twitter poll. All this and
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  • 2019 Chevy Silverado, 2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata, Fuel-economy standards: What's New The Car Connection

    2019 Chevy Silverado, 2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata, Fuel-economy standards: What's New The Car Connection

    2 monthes ago - By The Car Connection

    2019 Chevrolet Silverado first drive: American work horse Wyoming is the American ideal for truck buyers. The sky is vast, the mountains big, and people have room to spread out. Any drive can pass by amber waves of grain with purple mountains' majesty as their backdrop. It's that beautiful. Infrastructure study: Cold weather states are...
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  • What plug-in car would you send your kids back to school in? Take our Twitter poll

    What plug-in car would you send your kids back to school in? Take our Twitter poll

    2 monthes ago - By High Gear Media

    Kids are getting ready to go back to school and many will need wheels. Yet many environmentally conscious youngsters-and parents-may no longer accept a gas-burning machine, or at least not one that has to burn gas everywhere it goes. Last week, we suggested seven plug-in cars that would make great back-to-school rides. CHECK OUT: The 7...
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  • Commentary: Fuel-economy standards don't need to be rolled back to make cars SAFER

    Commentary: Fuel-economy standards don't need to be rolled back to make cars SAFER

    2 monthes ago - By High Gear Media

    Smaller, lighter cars always get the blame when politicians want to lower fuel-economy standards. They lobby that too many Americans will be driving lighter cars and that that will lead to more deaths on America's roadways. That's exactly the argument that the Trump administration made earlier this month in its proposal to weaken fuel economy...
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