After years of living under a dark cloud in the United States, 2015 was shaping up to be the year affordable diesel-powered passenger vehicles would make a serious mark. Volkswagen, long a torchbearer for the technology in America, was reporting strong sales, Mazda was working to certify its Euro-market diesel,…""
For its prowess in both hauling and handling, the station wagon is often our choice over SUVs and crossovers. As for luxury, Mercedes-Benz is hard to beat. Enter the E-class wagon: the best combination of both. Powered by a strong twin-turbo V-6 with standard all-wheel drive, the E-class wagon is…""
The $7500 federal tax credit awarded to buyers of new electric cars—a major incentive that plays an important role in making EVs price competitive with gasoline-powered vehicles—appears to have survived in the final version of the Republican tax bill now working its way through Congress. The tax legislation axes many…""
Volvo and station wagons go together like Ikea and Swedish meatballs. The V60, Volvo’s smallest wagon offering, is neither the latest nor greatest example of the breed—that would be the larger V90—but it still offers a distinctive combination of practicality and Scandinavian style despite its age. (It was put into…""