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Tips, Tricks & Trends

What Is a Vehicle Monroney Sticker?

Every new car has a vehicle Monroney sticker. If you’ve ever heard someone talking about cars and they say something like “check the Monroney,” you may wonder what the heck that means. You’ll see them grace many a window if you are buying a new car and shopping models. What is a Monroney decal and …

The side 3/4 view of a pink 2021 Porsche Taycan with its door open
Hybrids & Electrics

The EPA Claims the 2021 Porsche Taycan Has More Range

Fuel-efficiency, or rather, energy-efficiency claims are important consumer concerns, especially for those buying EVs. And compared to some of its rivals—especially Tesla’s models—the Porsche Taycan didn’t fare as well in EPA testing. However, for the 2021 model year, it appears the Taycan has found some extra range. But has it? The EPA has new estimates …

A red 2014 Toyota 4Runner SUV getting crash tested for safety
Trucks & SUVs

Do SUVs’ Designs Let Them Be More Dangerous?

Airbags aren’t the only things bolstering car safety nowadays. Backup cameras have been mandatory for several years now. And advanced driver-assistance features like blind-spot monitoring and adaptive cruise controls are rapidly becoming common-place. However, as safe as modern passenger cars are, IIHS studies suggest trucks and SUVs continue to demonstrate some worrying safety issues. And …

A yellow 2021 Toyota Supra 2.0 parked on a racetrack
Sedans & Coupes

The EPA Says the 2021 Toyota Supra 2.0 Is Barely More Efficient Than the Six-Cylinder Model

Whether you prefer the six-cylinder or the four-cylinder Supra, Toyota’s sports car is a worthy performance contender. However, the 2021 model’s power bump comes with an efficiency penalty. Until now, the 2021 Toyota Supra 2.0’s official EPA fuel economy figures were unknown. But they’ve finally been released, and they’re not quite as good as you …

Cars

Trump to Revoke California’s Fuel Economy Independence

For decades, California has led the country in setting tough automotive emissions standards. Now, the New York Times reports that the Trump administration is poised to revoke the state’s right to set its own fuel economy standards. Overturning California’s fuel economy waver is supposedly justified by the administration because it feels no entity should impose …