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Aluminum 2015 Ford F-150 SuperCrew crashes well

The much-ballyhooed aluminum-bodied Ford F-150 apparently does well in crash tests — at least in SuperCrew guise.

Think parallel parking tech is new? Check out this Cadillac.

We’re getting used to cars that make parallel parking drastically easier or even do it for us. But 60 years ago, a Cadillac was breaking that ground.

NHTSA grants five-star rating to Kia Sedona

In stark contrast to the minivans that had crash test troubles lately, The returning Kia Sedona got a five-star NHTSA crash safety rating.

It’s not techy, but dang, I want this Chevy truck

I stumbled across this old Chevy truck on the classifieds this weekend, and though there’s nothing techy about it, I’m drawn to it like a moth to flame.

Brown, blue interiors come to Chrysler 200

Car interiors have been some combo of gray, tan, or black for too long. Thankfully, the Chrysler 200 is bringing brown and blue interior options for 2015.

China gets a limo’d Volvo XC90. Actually, we all do.

China loved Volvo enough that a Chinese company saved the brand. Fitting, then, that they get this superluxe Volvo XC90 at the Shanghai Auto Show.

Chevy Silverado HDs get the slick, monochrome look

The Chevy Silverado HD is getting a slick new package that gives it an uptown, monochrome look sure to appeal to the Cowboy Cadillac wannabe in many.

Yard tech: Of poorly designed push mower handles

Mowers: “They don’t make ‘em like they used to” — especially push mowers. Here’s how I fixed a crummy push mower handle design on the cheap:

NYIAS: 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata Club debuts

New York International Auto Show was where Mazda unveiled the most track-ready version of the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata civilians will likely be able to buy.

Hard to believe the Lotus Elise turned 20

It’s hard to believe the Lotus Elise turned 20 years old. Lotus is doing a Special Edition to commemorate the iconic sports car.

Spaceship: Ford Transit Connect LWB fuel economy notes

OK, after living with the Ford Transit Connect Titanium for over a week, the results are in on the fuel economy. The question: Can it best V6 minivans?

NYIAS: Chevrolet Spark “grows up”

With its new design, new engine, and new infotainment upgrades, the tiny Chevrolet Spark could have a big future.