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KickingTiresMay was a mixed bag in terms of new-car sales. Demand was down slightly because of a drop in incentives, and the supply of some Japanese brands was down because of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami earlier this year. Unsurprisingly,......
KickingTiresAnother day, another major issue for Toyota. The embattled automaker may issue a recall for nearly 270,000 Toyota and Lexus vehicles worldwide over stalling engines. The issue stems from the valve springs in Toyota???s 4.6-liter V-8 and 3.6 3.5-liter V-6....
Tags: Toyota, Vehicles, Automotive Equipment, Lexus, Toyota Recalls
KickingTiresIf the Cars.com American-Made Index has done anything, it has raised the level of discussion on what defines an American car. That???s why it comes as only a mild surprise to find out that the third-largest domestic producer of automobiles......
Tags: Toyota, North America, Subaru, Ford, Chrysler
KickingTiresWhile we await the debut of vehicles like the all-electric Nissan Leaf and the extended-range Chevrolet Volt, predictions abound concerning the long-term outlook for mass-market plug-in cars. Yet it also appears that these vehicles will launch in a...
Reality CheckKelly admits she messed up on the last challenge, calling it a "fatal error" even though clearly it wasn't because she's still here. On pea-gate, Alex says he had no idea that Ed had a pea puree. Meanwhile, Ed says......
KickingTiresWhile the technical issues involved in Toyota???s sticky-pedal recalls are still being debated, one factor in many unintended acceleration incidents ??? Toyota or otherwise ??? is human error. Since the Toyota pedal incident, the Obama administration...
Tags: Toyota, Human Mishaps, Vehicles, Barack Obama
The Swampby Mark Silva Over at the FOX News Channel, which has taken its share of criticism about its claims of fairness and balance, they will be airing a one-hour special about President Barack Obama - "in his own words'' -......
The Swampby Mark Silva The groundhog may have delivered bad news this winter. But in Washington, D.C., where the White House today declared a disaster stemming from the season's record snowfall -- you should see the piles of dirty snow in......
Arianna HuffingtonTOKYO -- Konnichiwa! Greetings from Japan, where I've been for nearly a week leading up to thelaunch of our latest international edition, HuffPost Japan. Japan is an amazing place -- almost overwhelming in how singular and beautiful it is. And we are...
I don't know if teachers still do this, but at the end of each school year, I was handed a summer reading list, a sheet of required and optional books that would prepare students for the coming school year. (I still owe a measure of revenge to the teacher...
The calendar beckons investors to tread lightly through the stock market, according to an old saying. "Sell in May and go away" is a popular slogan among pundits because, over the years, stocks have sometimes suffered losses from May through October,...
The World Baseball Classic is coming back next spring, and it's time for the U.S. to remember who invented the game. While the chance to play against the best players in the world is a huge deal for the competitors and fans in places like Japan, Korea,...
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