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  • In Gear Chevrolet Malibu Eco: most hated car of the year?

    Chevrolet Malibu Eco has gotten a lukewarm reception from critics so far this year, due to unimpressive gas mileage and a less than competitive price tag . But if buyers don't love the Chevrolet Malibu Eco, they can return it under Chevy's money back guarantee.

  • Top 10 most expensive car repair mistakes

    Better built cars and an uncertain economy mean that Americans are holding onto their cars for longer than ever and are doing more of their own repairs. Nearly half of those who already do their own auto repairs say they are doing more of them themselves this year; 3 in 4 of those who rely on a mechanic say that economic conditions are making them more likely to attempt their own repairs, according to a recent survey by AutoMD.com. But there are mistakes that even the most seasoned do-it-yourselfers can make. Whether you like to go under the hood or take your vehicle to the shop, here are 10 expensive repair and maintenance mistakes to avoid:

  • In Gear Buying a car, college grad? Don’t forget the rebates.

    Most major automakers offer discounts to college grads. All college grads need to do is read the fine print. 

  • Electric cars, hybrids see record sales

    Electric cars like the Nissan Leaf and Chevy Volt and hybrids like Toyota's Prius C and Camry are selling better than ever. Automakers sold a record 52,000 hybrids, electric cars in March. 

  • Obama, Congress, traders? Public unsure who to blame for high gas prices.

    From all corners of the country, Americans are irritated these days by record-high fuel prices that have soared above $4 a gallon in some states and could top $5 by summer.

  • Toyota recall: Tacomas, Venzas, Camrys on the list

    Toyota recall involves nearly 700,000 cars from model years 2005 to 2011. The Toyota recall this time involves flaws in the air-bag system and a lamp switch. 

  • Toyota: US probes door fires in Camrys, RAV4s

    Toyota Camry and RAV4 owners have reported their car doors catching on fire, apparently from power window switch. Up to 830,000 Toyotas from the 2007 model year could be affected.  

  • Super Bowl ads battle for top spot

    Super Bowl ads ranged from overweight dogs to naked M&Ms. In the end, the game between the Patriots and Giants outshone the Super Bowl ads.

  • Dodge Dart returns at Detroit Auto Show, 36 years after ceasing production

    Dodge Dart fans saw production of their beloved compact cease in 1976. The return of the Dodge Dart at the Detroit Auto Show signals a change of priorities for the US auto industry as it seeks to grab more market share.

  • Chevy Volt: Worried about fire? Sell it back.

    Chevy Volt: Worried about fire? Sell it back.

    Chevy Volt battery fires in lab tests may have some owners spooked. So GM offers to buy back any Chevy Volt.