Cape Cod for Car Folk – Rainy Day Edition

By: Natalie Harrington On a rainy Cape Cod weekend, what’s a visiting car guy or gal to do? Here’s a great option: consider hitting up the Toad Hall Classic Sports Car Collection. Named for the car-loving batrachian from the classic novel The Wind in the Willows, this charming spot is chock-full of autos, whimsy, and […]

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New England Motor Press Association Announces Annual Awards

At its annual awards dinner, held at the NEMPA headquarters in Middleborough, Mass., the New England Motor Press Association announced the winners of its prestigious Winter Vehicle Awards and honored three individuals for their outstanding contributions to the automotive industry. Ford Motor Company gave the Keynote Presentation highlighting the new Ford Bronco and Maverick Hybrid. […]

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Car and Driver EV of the Year: Mustang Mach-E

Today’s Auto Sales Data: What Is It Really Telling Us…

By: Tim Plouff The business side of selling automobiles is driven by hard-core data—not emotions, not fluffy press releases, not ideological dreams, just hard, real world numbers. If consumers aren’t buying the product, if fleets are not signing up for large contracts, and if dealers are not pushing for more inventory, then, well, various trends […]

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Living Electric: The Chevy Bolt as an Urban to Rural Escape Pod

By: John Goreham Electric vehicle adoption in America is about to evolve. EVs that were once overpriced andunder-featured are now quite the opposite. In my work testing vehicles and creating content aspart of the New England Motor Press Association, I test everything from Dodge Hellcats with797 horsepower to subcompact green vehicles. My personal focus remains […]

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