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In a letter to the editor, a reader cautions Elon Musk not to neglect consumer's basic retail needs.
In a letter to the editor, a reader questions whether Ford's Jim Hackett has the leadership skills for his job.
Tesla needs an independent dealer organization, says reader, to help fix its cash shortage.
Reader weighs in on pedestrian warning system for hybrids and EVs.
In a letter to the editor, one reader is critical of the new BMW Z4 design.
Ford would be making a mistake to dilute the Mustang's image in its move to drop sedans from its U.S. lineup.
Butler, Pa., not Toledo, Ohio, is the real home of the original Jeep.
In a letter to the editor, a reader questions the purpose of fuel economy standards.
Level 5 vehicles will require next-gen artificial general intelligence (AGI) and are at least a decade away.
Solutions to warning noises for electrified vehicles don't apply to full EV's, which don't have mufflers, exhaust systems or tailpipes.
In a letter to the editor, a reader writes Nissan must now see the joke in their Juke, which has been pulled from U.S. markets.
In a letter to the editor, a reader says Ford's decision to move away from the sedan leaves a vacuum others can fill.
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