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October 08, 2020 Semifinalists for 2021 North American Car of the Year AnnouncedA total of 27 models were included in the list: eight sedans, 15 SUVs, and four trucks, all of which were either renewed or redesigned for the next year. As expected, utility vehicles dominate the lineup, including new generations of some highly anticipated nameplates such as the Ford Bronco Sport, November 04, 2019 IIHS Names Cars with Best Pedestrian Detection SystemThe test results were divided into four categories: Superior, Advanced, Basic, and No Credit. Six of the 16 brands qualified for the Superior rating, while the rest fell somewhere between the three lower-ranked categories. Unsurprisingly, luxury vehicles Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Volvo all made it to the Superior division.
March 05, 2020 Where BMW Went Wrong in AmericaThe Outback managed to sell well amid the arrival of new crossovers and is currently facing a more expensive competition in the Audi A6 Allroad. Also joining the segment is the Volvo V90 Cross Country and Mercedes-Benz, which is rumored to be thinking of raising the ride height of its January 27, 2020 Is Learning How to Drive a Stick Shift Still Necessary?In some ways, driving a stick was more art than skill—releasing the clutch slowly, driving uphill without stalling, and listening for cues from the engine to get the right timing for switching gears. While it may be inconvenient for some, any car enthusiast will tell you that driving a manual August 27, 2020 Ford Gives F-150 Additional Standard Safety TechPreviously, F-150 buyers looking for a truck equipped with automatic emergency braking didn’t have much choice but to get a Lariat trim or higher. But a spokesperson for Ford confirmed that the company is now making the tech available on all trim levels of the truck. This is in addition