25% Car Tariffs: An Idea Whose Time Has Not Come And Never Will

If the federal government had an annual award for creative writing, this year’s winner would be, hands-down, the Commerce Department officials who wrote that automobile imports threaten U.S. national security. Not even the writers of “Game of Thrones” could top

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Toyota Reveals Its 4 Steps for an Electrified Future

Toyota Mirai Cars.com photo by Brian Wong CARS.COM — Toyota announced today that it is committing to increasing both sales and availability of electrified vehicles as it plans for the future. Related: VW Powers Up Electrify America Initiative The Japanese manufacturer set

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Suzuki’s e-Survivor Concept Is An Old School SUV Yet Very Modern

Ahead of the Tokyo Motor Show, Suzukihas unveiled, what it calls, the e-Survivor Concept. The concept will be displayed along with the company’s other cars and though you might think it looks a bit unusual, well, Suzuki says, that with this

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Tesla Model 3 (2018) review: an early drive in the cheaper Tesla

Tesla’s Models S and Model X are premium products with list prices to match; superior electric vehicles for the wealthy. The Model 3, now delivering to its first US owners (UK buyers must wait until late 2018 or, more likely, 2019), isn’t cheap but it’s

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