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KickingTiresLast winter, I drove a 2013 Kia Sorento on vacation; we packed the three-row crossover full of gear and passengers, including two toddlers and their child-safety seats. The plan was to put the kids in the third row, freeing up......
Tags: Acura, Subaru, Cadillac, Automotive Equipment, Mercedes-Benz
KickingTiresIn three years, the Subaru Impreza will hail from Indiana. Subaru imports today's Impreza, which competes with the Honda Civic, Ford Focus and other compact cars, from Japan. Its sole U.S. plant in Lafayette, Ind., builds the larger Legacy sedan,......
KickingTiresCompetes with: Mini Cooper Countryman, Volkswagen Tiguan, Ford Focus hatchback Looks like: Fiat's take on the Mini Cooper Countryman Drivetrain: 160-hp, turbocharged 1.4-liter four-cylinder with six-speed manual or six-speed dual-clutch automatic...
Tags: Subaru, Automotive Equipment, Volkswagen, Ford, Fiat
KickingTiresNissan officials readily admit they're one of the last automakers to offer a three-row crossover; it's something Honda and Toyota have peddled since the early 2000s. Through September, droves of Costco-hauling suburbanites have edged three-row midsize and...
KickingTiresFor the 2012 model year, a record number of cars have earned the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety???s Top Safety Pick award. The safety award highlights vehicles that best protect passengers in front, side, rollover and rear crash tests. "For......
KickingTiresThis month, Subaru celebrates its 25th anniversary of production in the U.S., according to the carmaker. Subaru of Indiana Automotive Inc. started in 1987 as a joint-venture between Fuji Heavy Industries (owner of the Subaru brand) and Isuzu. The car........
KickingTiresAndrew Friedman admits safety wasn't a top priority when he was shopping for a new car, even though it would carry his wife and three children. An attorney in the Washington, D.C. area, Friedman bought a 2011 Ford Explorer last......
KickingTiresJoin editors Joe Wiesenfelder, Bill Jackson and Joe Bruzek as they discuss three very different vehicles. The most popular hybrid ever, the Toyota Prius, remains alluring, while the editors discuss the merits of the largest Subaru, the Tribeca, and the......
Tags: Subaru, Prius, Hybrid Vehicles, Toyota, Smart Car
KickingTiresDo you think pickup trucks are a blight on your local community? The authorities in Coral Gables, Fla., think so. To make sure those utilitarian beasts of burden are hidden from view, the city wants them out of sight at......
Tags: Subaru, Passenger Cars, Volkswagen, Infiniti, Coral Gables
KickingTiresSubaru will again participate in a charity-based sales event for 2010, called the ???Share the Love Event,??? the automaker announced today. From Nov. 20 to Jan. 3, 2011, every Subaru purchased will come with a $250 donation to one of......
Tags: Charity, Automotive Equipment, Social Issues
KickingTiresThe Nissan Leaf is the first mainstream all-electric car that regular folks can buy. Don???t let the vehicle???s compact dimensions goad you into thinking this thing can???t be a family hauler. In MotherProof.com???s Car Seat Check, the Leaf comfortably...
Tags: Subaru, Fuel-efficient Vehicles, Hybrid Vehicles, Dodge, Nissan
KickingTiresWhen you see one negative comparison test on a new model from, say, Motor Trend, you can often write it off to a single occurrence. When a more conservative publication like Consumer Reports grades the same vehicle in the same......
Tags: Subaru, Auto Trends, Volkswagen, Consumers, Ford
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