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2015 Volkswagen Golf GTI earns all the best-of-year love

The 2015 Volkswagen Golf has had a banner year. It was Motor Trend's car of the year. It was the North American Car of the Year. It was at or near the top of every 10 best auto list of 2015. Over 40 years, it has become one of the few cars beloved by both enthusiasts and the more rational, sensible...

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  • Collector Car Appreciation Day takes center stage at Cascade Drive-In

    Collector Car Appreciation Day takes center stage at Cascade Drive-In

    A hobby can be a vehicle to bring individuals together. And sometimes that hobby is literally a vehicle — its parts, its history, its type of interior.

  • Automakers amp up the art of engine noise

    Automakers amp up the art of engine noise

    For some people, the mellifluous warble of a V-8 engine is as all-American as "The Star Spangled Banner." A car's engine and "bombs bursting in air" have more in common than meets the ear when it comes to hitting the right note.

  • Volvo's concept car seat puts baby upfront, parents at ease

    Volvo's concept car seat puts baby upfront, parents at ease

    The joy of parenting ends at the car seat. From burrowing for LATCH system anchors and needing industrial winches to get the proper strap tension, to the everyday grind of taking it in and out, the use of an infant car seat can be a back-breaking exercise.

  • Most affordable 3-row crossover starts at $25,000

    Most affordable 3-row crossover starts at $25,000

    Whether you need a car to take your kids and their teammates to Little League practice or you're someone who just likes to travel with friends, three-row crossovers are top of mind when shopping for a new car.

  • GM recalls crossovers because lift gates may fall

    GM recalls crossovers because lift gates may fall

    DETROIT General Motors is recalling about 686,000 midsize crossover utility vehicles made between 2007 and 2012 because their rear lift gates could fall off and injure people.

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