Consider it more evolution than revolution for GM's biggest trucks you can drive without a commercial license.
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In the Captain Obvious finding of the day, the LA Times surmised electric cars weren't really charging through the market as some last year had anticipated they would.
Women compose more than half the car buyers in the U.S., and wield over 75-percent of the decision-making power when purchasing the family car.
It's a common trope among auto scribes to clamor for diesels.