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VW 3.0-liter diesels, '1,000-MPG' BMW i3, NASA on Tesla Autopilot: Today's Car News

Today, a BMW i3 REx owner claims to have averaged the equivalent of roughly 1,000 mpg over 27 months of driving, a hearing on Audi, Porsche, and Volkswagen 3.0-liter V-6 diesel cars is set for November, and NASA research points to issues with Tesla Autopilot. All this and more on Green Car Reports. This BMW i3 REx owner managed to cover 56,000...

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VW diesel buyback: Here's what it's like to be an owner, so far

A Volkswagen TDI owner in Portland, Oregon, who's a good friend of this site is taking us along for the ride as he prepares to sell back his 2010 Volkswagen Jetta Sportwagen TDI. The car, which only has 43,000 miles on it, was purchased new from a Portland-area dealer and maintained very well. Our owner, who we're not naming to avoid any...

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2017 Chevrolet Spark first drive

The 2017 Chevrolet Spark is both the smallest and the least expensive car sold by Chevy in North America. The Korean-made hatchback minicar isn't among the brand's top sellers—those would be its full-size pickup trucks and the Equinox compact crossover—but the previous generation found more than 30,000 buyers last year. A new...

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Why NASA thinks the Tesla Autopilot is a bad idea

Since news broke last month that the driver of a Tesla Model S running on the Autopilot driver-assistance system died in a crash, the technology has inspired intense debate. Regulators are investigating the crash to determine whether the fault was with the human driver, Autopilot itself—or a combination of both. Now, one agency with a...

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When will the last diesel truck be sold in the U.S.? Our poll results

Diesel now has a dim future at best among U.S. passenger-car buyers, though its prospects continue to look strong for a minority of pickup truck buyers. Heavy-duty commercial vehicles, on the other hand, largely use diesel engines as a matter of course. We asked our Twitter followers when that would end—specifically, when the very last...

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Who makes electric buses? BYD, Mercedes, Proterra...and Tesla says it will

Electric cars get lots of attention from advocates and policymakers, but private passenger vehicles are hardly the only ones on the road. In most cities, for example, they share the streets with lumbering buses—usually powered by big diesel engines, sometimes in hybrid drivetrains. Slowly but surely, though, electric buses have gained...

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Audi, VW, Porsche 3.0-liter diesel owners won't hear a thing until November

Owners of Volkswagen, Audi, and Porsche 3.0-liter V-6 TDI diesel models will remain in limbo for at least a few more months, it seems. While a settlement covering 2.0-liter 4-cylinder TDI models received preliminary approval at the end of last month, progress on the V-6 cars has moved forward only slowly. At a hearing Thursday, U.S. District Court...

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The '1,000-MPG' BMW i3: 56,000 miles on 50 gallons of gas

The few available range-extended electric car models give drivers added flexibility by using gasoline engines as onboard backup generators. But using the range extender too often may consume a significant quantity of gasoline, somewhat offsetting the purpose of owning an electric car for some buyers. Electric-car advocate Tom Moloughney faced that...

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