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December 26, 2012:
Every once in a while, Grant tests a car he doesn't want to give back.
December 21, 2012:
The Chevy Trax has the look and confident road manners of an SUV, but with the fuel consumption of a compact car.
December 11, 2012:
Grant Yoxon concludes that the XFR-S caters to a customer that would not likely be able to afford this ultra-high-performance sedan.
December 10, 2012:
The family-friendly Transit Connect Wagon will offer far better fuel efficiency than traditional minivans, says Grant Yoxon.
December 5, 2012:
At the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show, Ford introduced the next generation of its popular Fiesta.
November 26, 2012:
Toyota has reinvented the Avalon for 2013, but it remains as strong a luxury-car value as ever.
November 21, 2012:
The ILX Dynamic is an entertaining car, but its similarity to the Honda Civic Si will cement Acura's status as a luxury brand wannabe, says Grant Yoxon.
October 29, 2012:
The Lexus ES 300h is a pleasure to drive, and to fill with gas, because it uses so little of it, and runs on regular grade fuel. Imagine that...
October 18, 2012:
"This new RDX is closer to the middle ground that the majority of buyers want" than its predecessor, says Grant Yoxon.
October 1, 2012:
Grant goes on a rant about automotive marketing hyperbole.
September 6, 2012:
The 2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid brings fuel-efficient performance within reach of most family-car buyers.
August 28, 2012:
The changes to the refreshed -- and significantly improved -- 2013 Ram 1500 go well below the surface, says Grant Yoxon.
August 22, 2012:
The FJ is a capable off-roader, but more vehicle than most drivers looking for foul-weather security need.
Bankruptcy court limits Wanxiang's 'old Fisker' warranty obligations to $400,000
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