Honk if you're a real person

Jun 3, 2016
Otherwise, just give a little toot.
Now Google wants to make a car that not only drives for you, it honks, too. 
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Fill up your gas tank, pay off your car loan

Sep 5, 2013
The maker of a three-wheeled vehicle wants to get rid of the monthly car payment altogether.

Why are cars the biggest gripe for consumers?

Aug 9, 2013
Financial expert Lynnette Khalfani Cox answers listeners' questions about big ticket items, like cars and homes.

The battle over your car stereo: Where satellite radio stands against streaming services

Apr 30, 2013
XM/Sirius dominate the car satellite market, and car sales have bounced back right along with the rest of the economy. But will their success continue against a future of Rdio, Pandora and Spotify?

German mechanics total a rare Mercedes-Benz 300 CL

Mar 28, 2013
They had just finished restoring the vintage vehicle.

Volkswagen keeps getting bugged out by U.S. market

Mar 14, 2013
The people’s carmaker has said it wants to be the biggest auto company in the world, but to do that, Volkswagen must first figure out the U.S. market.

Goodbye PT Cruiser: Will anyone miss it?

Mar 4, 2013
One of the weirdest cars of the 21st century might be the Chrysler PT Cruiser. While the novelty car lost its popularity with drivers a few years after its release, it became a staple in rental car fleets.

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Sandy-flooded cars: Buyer beware

Jan 18, 2013
Many cars that were flooded by Hurricane Sandy are back on the market. Experts offer tips for how to sniff out a fishy used car.

Cars damaged by Sandy make suspicious comeback

Jan 14, 2013
Often sold for scrap, many storm-swamped cars are cleaned up and resold with clean records that make no mention of flood damage

Toyota agrees to $1 billion settlement

Dec 27, 2012
The automaker Toyota has agreed to one of the largest settlements in automotive history. Pending court approval, the company will pay more than $1 billion to resolve a class-action lawsuit related to unintended acceleration.