The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety began crash testing cars in 1995, at the tail end of Clinton's first administration.
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Japanese automakers are very likely counting down the days of 2011.
The last time we saw the Acura MDX, it was covered in Goodwill moving blankets that hid just about everything.
Honda is planning some sweeping changes to improve its fuel efficiency across its lineup, and in a rare move for the company, it's going to introduce a continuously-variable transmission into its upcoming cars.