• In Collaboration with Motorpoint: Ford’s EcoBoost

    How Ford’s EcoBoost Technology Brought Economical Motoring to the Masses The turbocharged EcoBoost line of direct-injection engines developed by Ford Motor Company has been deployed across their line from the universally praised Fiesta to the Focus, the reliable family run-around, to some vehicles from other manufacturers like Jaguar, Land Rover and Zenos. Challenging Assumptions Ford’s […]

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  • In Collaboration with AA Cars: Buying a Used Green Car

    Factors to Consider Before Buying a Used Green Car Many motorists feel stressed and anxious when in the market for a second-hand car, particularly if they’re after a “green” car that will help reduce their footprint on this planet. This is understandable as it is a huge investment, and you sometimes hear horror stories, but […]

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  • Road Test: 2016 Lexus RX 450h

    The Original Guilt-Free SUV Americans love crossover sport utilities, and when it comes to luxury brands they have a huge fondness for those with a big L on a spindle grille. The Lexus RX is not only the company’s biggest seller it has run roughshod over rivals such as Acura, Audi, BMW, Cadillac and Mercedes-Benz […]

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  • Road Test: 2016 Kia Soul+

    Fashionable and Cool and 30+ mpg The second generation Kia Soul debuted in 2014 as an all-new model and with updates for 2016, Clean Fleet Report wanted to see what the latest was that continues to make this cool small hatchback so popular. We found the 2016 Kia Soul is an affordable fun car that […]

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  • Driverless cars could save the US $784 billion

    An Insurance Perspective on Autonomous Technology Tesla’s Video of its Self-Driving Technology It goes without saying that preservation of life is the reason to invest in road and car safety technology, but the financial implications that fatal and non-fatal accidents have on the economy areanother factor which cannot be ignored. According to National Highway Traffic […]

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  • Road Test: 2016 Ford Focus Electric

    Good Drive, but Short Range and Limited Storage Ford’s turns a worldwide best-seller electric The compact Ford Focus is a favorite around the world, and enjoyable to drive, with taut steering, responsive engine performance, and a suspension that lets you feel the road. When you replace the car’s engine with an electric motor, the Focus […]

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  • News: BMW Adds iPerformance Electrics to 5-Tier System

    Company Aims for “Ultimate Driving Machines” at Each Level The new brand–so no one will miss it We often seem to live in a black-and-white automotive world. Either your products are cool or hot; designed to excite or too lame to consider. On the environmental scale it’s the truly green vs. the mean gas guzzlers. […]

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  • Road Test: 2016 Toyota Prius Liftback 

    More of Everything—And a Radical Look Toyota’s Prius Liftback had a good thing going for several years as the “official” vehicle of the environmentally conscious, a reputation that became cast in concrete during the 2003 Academy Awards, when dozens of Hollywood celebrities arrived in chauffeur-driven Priuses. But the cachet of the Prius has dissipated over […]

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  • Road Test: 2016 Toyota Prius

    Iconic Hybrid, Reimagined The Toyota Prius has been a green car icon for 20 years now (17 in the U.S.).  It’s substantially redone this year for its fourth generation. The new Prius is designed to make you look The most obvious change is the startling styling. The new Prius is longer, lower, and wider, but […]

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  • Road Test: 2016 Lexus LS 600h L

    The Definition of a Luxury AWD Hybrid The luxury segment abounds with very fine cars from manufacturers doing their best through design and marketing to outdo each other. Drive or ride in one and you will truly know why these cars are more than just the upgrade from cloth to leather, manual adjustments to power […]

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