Buy/Drive/Burn: Large, Unpopular V8 Luxury From 2006

One of our trio is on its last legs, another is brand new, and the third option is near the middle of its life. They all share V8 power up front, driven wheels at the rear, and midsections full of luxury equipment. Most people avoided them when new, so…

Poor headlights cause 40 cars to miss IIHS Top Safety Pick rating

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But they do crash well.Continue reading Poor headli…

Report Points to Product Turmoil in the Nissan-Daimler Partnership

A report in a Japanese business publication claims the partnership that gave us the Infiniti QX30 crossover — built on the same MFA platform as the Mercedes-Benz GLA — won’t yield a compact Infiniti luxury car, as was planned. This isn’t a …

QOTD: Can You Build an Ideal Crapwagon Garage? (Part VIII: Convertibles)

Over the past seven weeks, we’ve spent time filling the various sections of our Crapwagon Garage with the sort of vehicles only a true connoisseur of cheap can appreciate. This eighth edition in the series is the last we have planned, unless one …

Dodge Viper and Jaguar XK revival | Autoblog Podcast #543

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On this week’s Autoblog Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Greg Migliore is joined by Green Editor Joh…

Nissan Updates the 370Z in Lieu of Delivering a Successor

Less than a year away from its 10th birthday, Nissan’s 370Z is getting a modest refresh in the hopes of maintaining some kind of relevance. Despite being the better car, the present model failed to outsell the 350Z in the United States in all but…