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In this handout image provided by the City of New York, a Nissan NV200 is seen as a New York City taxi cab in New York City. The Taxi and Limousine Commission along with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced the Nissan NV200 designed by Nissan North America, Inc., has been chosen as the winner of the Taxi of Tomorrow competition and will become the City's exclusive taxicab for a decade. (Photo by City of New York via Getty Images)

NYC Gets New Cabs; Boston Taxis Stuck In Neutral

While Boston taxis are stuck in neutral, the next generation of cabs for New York City was announced this week.

05/05/2011

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Tips For Buying SUVs With Good Gas Mileage

High gas prices have all of us thinking about what kind of vehicle we drive, and what we pay to fill it up.

04/11/2011

Dave Caruso, WBZ News Radio

Before The Bell – Earnings Reports Out

WBZ News Radio’s Financial Editor Dave Caruso reports on earnings reports for Ford, Microsoft and others.

01/28/2011

A New Ford Focus is shown at the Professional Vehicles Fair at Heysel on January 14, 2011 in Brussels, Belgium. (Photo by Mark Renders/Getty Images)

Is The Auto Industry Back?

Is the auto industry back? Based on Fidelity’s Select Automotive Mutual Fund, the answer is yes.

01/17/2011

2011 Hyundai Sonata (credit: AP)

66 Vehicles Chosen ‘Top Safety Picks’

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety recognized 66 vehicles on Wednesday with its “top safety pick award” for the 2011 model year, the most-ever awarded.

12/22/2010

Sean Bowman's family said they received a safety recall notice from Ford on October 22, exactly one week after his minivan crashed into a building.

Windstar Crash Victim’s Family Blames Ford ‘Stealth’ Recall

Sean Bowman’s family claims they received a safety recall notice from Ford on October 22, exactly one week after his minivan crashed into a building.

12/15/2010

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Survey: GM Drastically Improves Car Reliability

In a survey of car owners conducted by Consumer Reports, the reliability of General Motors’ cars has improved drastically in the past year – with some GM brands outranking several European manufacturers – and Ford now outranks Mazda and Nissan.

10/26/2010

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