Cars that suffer from chronic head gasket problems are astonishingly expensive to keep running. Consumer Reports has put together a list of the worst offenders by analyzing data from its Annual Autos Survey. There are four Subaru models on the list, several luxury cars, and, surprisingly, everyone’s favorite Mazda roadster.
Pro tip: Don’t play with the wind deflector in your 2020 Volvo S60. The same goes for most delicate and/or electronic things in cars. Parts break. You get sad. Money must be spent, and you move on. In case you were looking for an example of this, take our 2020
slide-2237941 Image Credit: Audi Why you may want to avoid these particular automobiles Modern cars and trucks are almost impossibly complex mechanical creations and are faster, safer and more efficient than ever before. But that doesn’t mean relatively new vehicles are completely without their fair share of problems. Many automobile
After 67 years of front-engined performance, new Chevrolet Corvette owners are going to have to get used to mid-engined dynamics, and some of them are going to do that by running into things. The first C8 Corvette crash happened last August, before serial production began. This chewed-on Corvette showed up
Decreases in demand, small competitive boutiques, and new market-altering technologies have knocked traditional car care companies on their heels. As the consumer audience has shifted in both demographic and attitude, the industry has been forced to try to keep up by adopting new marketing strategies, introducing new products, and informing
A vehicle’s suspension system is the first line of defense against abnormal driving conditions and normal wear and tear. Cars need to be responsive, reliable and durable for the long haul, and this all rests on the suspension — literally. Front-end suspension varies from rear-end suspension by model, but let’s