When a $19,000 subcompact car comes with a navigation system and keyless entry, it’s clear that the definition of "luxury car" has changed.
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When Ford initially introduced its voice-activated Sync in-vehicle communications and entertainment system in 2007, it was supposed to make life easier, and maybe even safer by reducing distractions.
Overly dramatic headline aside, Ford is really pushing this electric vehicle thing.
Automakers continue to struggle to reach the millennial generation thanks to rising costs of driving and student loan debt.