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Jeep Adds 50% More Electric Range To Its 5,000 Pound Wrangler 4XE's Commute

Jeep, like every carmaker, is racing to create more economical vehicles to match stringent emissions rules around the world. Nowhere is this more important than in Europe, where lawmakers ruled that average CO2 emissions of new cars must be cut by 15% by

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A Honda Dealer Is Asking $49000 For An '01 Prelude--With An Automatic

We’ve been keeping an eye out for big markups and wild auction results, but nothing could prepare us for seeing what a North Carolina dealer wants for an ‘89 Honda Prelude, a 2005 Pontiac GTO, and a 2000 Dodge Ram 3500 HD. Read more...

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California's Small Engine Sales Ban Goes After RV Generators Too

A couple of months ago, California stunned landscapers and homeowners with proposed legislation to ban the sale of new small off-road engines. But the legislation doesn’t just impact lawncare as it also seeks to replace the generators used in RVs with bat

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COTA Will Be Partially Repaved To Keep Racers Happy

The red, white, and blue circuit just outside Austin, Texas is one of the most interesting race tracks on any series calendar. It’s also constantly sinking and settling because of the typically clay-like soil of the local area. Just two winters ago a bunc

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