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Can a New Car Smell Make You Sick?

Do you love the smell of a new car in the morning? It smells like — possibilities. The smell of a new car is instantly recognizable and is typically viewed as something positive. However, can a new car smell make you sick? Take a deeper look, or smell, and find out.
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The 2021 Honda Ridgeline Is the Answer to Your Chip Shortage Woes

Everyone's gotta have a truck. It's inextricably linked to our identity as Americans for whatever reason. Unfortunately, it's kind of hard to get a truck, hell, any car right now. The chip shortage has kneecapped new car inventory and ruined production. Thankfully, I found out you can actually buy a 2021 Honda Ridgeline at sticker. There's your truck.
The Bosch logo at a plant in Stuttgart

Chip Shortage Worsens as Bosch Says Current Supply Chain Is Inept

I've said it before and I'll say it again. Walk into a Bosch plant and you'd be able to slap together a whole car using nothing but the dumpster out back. Put another way, the German parts manufacturer makes just about everything cars. I routinely find parts on my project car that are made by Bosch, and that car is old enough to vote. However, even the mighty Bosch has been felled by the chip shortage. Now, the brand says that production methods and supply chains are inadequate for the modern world.
Nissan's new Z in bright yellow downtown in Manhattan

Is the New 2022 Nissan Z More Nissan 370z Than Z Car?

The 2021 Nissan Z is the hot new sports car. JDM enthusiasts, no, enthusiasts as a whole, have been waiting for a new "Z" practically since the last one debuted in 2002. Now, it's here, and people can't get enough of it. The Z badge is a staple of the enthusiast car segment, and now the new one is here to satiate the Nissan fanbase. However, is the new Z resting on old Nissan laurels? Nissan may be hard up for cash, but will that financial strain translate to an all-too-familiar driving experience?
An empty street in Washington DC

Range Anxiety Means Much of America Isn’t Ready for Biden’s EV Move

America is pushing for EVs. However, her citizens, some of them at least, aren't quite there yet. To be clear, I'm not talking about those in densely populated urban areas. No, I'm talking about the rest of America. In fact, I see a growing trend, not just in the industry, but those in my immediate circle who are ready to make the EV switch. They aren't worried about range anxiety or charging. They want to take advantage of tax incentives as well as do the right thing for the planet.
A Toyota 4Runner, one of the fastest selling new cars, climbs some rocks for press photos

Dealers Can’t Keep These New Cars Stocked as Market Madness Rages On

I'm sure you've heard the story by now. Possibly from me. The market for new cars is absurd right now. The pandemic and the (likely temporary) easing of restrictions means that buyers who were sat at home over the last year finally have the excuse they need for some new metal in the driveway. Moreover, the pandemic sent a cataclysmic ripple through the supply chain, hitting everything from electronics to the auto market. As a result, supply is tight and demand is high. Obviously, that equals scarcity. However, these models are selling far faster than others.
2021 Ford EcoSport driving

The Best New Cars Under $20,000 According to U.S. News

Buying a new car can make for an expensive endeavor. Odds are, you’re really not looking to break the bank with your next car purchase too. Fortunately, according to U.S. News & World Report, there are several new cars under $20,000 that deserve your attention. The 2021 Ford EcoSport is one of the best new …