Most people who owned this car told Consumer Reports they weren’t sure they’d buy it again.
A 1988 California law saves driving households an average of $345 a year. Why hasn’t every other state done this?
Many Europeans would rather use bike pedals than a gas pedal. Can you imagine that happening in America? As it turns out, it’s true here as well.
It’s incredibly risky to purchase a car you can’t see and test drive — especially because there aren’t many consumer protections in place.
The site no longer recommends four models based on recent safety tests. Do you drive one of these?
Our world’s new economic realities and our ever-increasing environmental sensitivities should give us pause before we chuck our serviceable older car.
Technology will make these cars less likely to be involved in accidents than those operated by humans, but would you trust a self-driving car to take your child to school?