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Buying new and used cars: 11 buyer mistakes

Edmunds.com has a list of 11 common mistakes made by new car buyers.

There may be as many theories on the best way to buy a car as there are manufacturers. Edmunds.com is often praised for its detailed car reviews, but it also has a comprehensive section of service-oriented content — including tips for buying new and used cars. A recent article, titled “11 mistakes car shoppers make,” ...

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Bubba Watson and his controversial drive, a 1969 Dodge Charger

Bubba Watson's 1969 Dodge Charger.

Bubba Watson, a golfer of emotion and a non-purist’s swing, won The Masters for the second time in three years Sunday on the storied layout at August National in Georgia. Watson’s second victory at the event showcased his aggressive style of play. But the golfer’s first win at The Masters also included a slight controversy. ...

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Tesla, Toyota Prius among most fuel-thrifty 2014 cars

The 2014 Tesla is the most fuel-efficient car in the U.S. priced at more than $50,000.

It’s easy to list the most fuel-efficient cars and truck simply by miles per gallon. But listing the most fuel-sipping vehicles in categories is more comprehensive. Kelley Blue Book assembles a lot of car lists each year, but its most efficient car list for 2014 is arguably its most informative. The list ranges from cars ...

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PREVIEW: Honda Fit, 2015: Quicker, better mpg

The 2015 Honda Fit.

The Honda Fit, which debuted in 2006 as a 2007 model, has been heavily praised as among the best bargains in the automotive industry. The Fit has also been recalled more than once and has been criticized for Honda’s inability to produce better gas mileage averages for the fun-to-driver, spacious subcompact. Honda is aware, and ...

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