The Seattle Seahawks took control early and ran away with Super Bowl XLVIII 43-8 over the Denver Broncos.
This week we get to motor in the lap of environmentally conscious luxury with the 2014 Audi A6 TDI Diesel Quattro.
Being named a Consumer Reports top pick vehicle doesn’t come easy.
Super Bowl Sunday isn’t all about the game. Many tune in just for the commercials. This year’s commercials have plenty of people talking, so here’s a look at some of the more memorable ones.
The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is the place for the latest and most innovative high-tech items that are coming to market.
A few times a year, those of us who review cars and trucks for fun and profit get a chance to do some pretty cool things. Factory tours, driving a new model before it hits the street, talking to movers and shakers in the car business… even sometimes getting a chance to ask a car designer over dinner why they put those funky ports over the wheel well on the 2012 Gizmo Rebop Royale.
Audi had a nice run with its iconic Allroad wagon in the 2000s. The folks who owned them raved about them with a passion usually reserved for Hogwarts and Tea Partiers. Then one day…poof!…it was gone.
In a very crowded field of compact crossovers/station wagons/hatchbacks, Audi’s A3 stands out in front of the crowd and not just because the test vehicle advertises it is a diesel with big letters that say TDI on the doors.
His name was Orin Chatman of Kelly Street in Homewood, but on Facebook the 19-year-old went by “Woogie Wasyabodycount Chatman.” His life ended in a crash in Wilkinsburg on Penn Avenue while allegedly running from police.
When it comes to a compact crossover that is engineered well, roomy, fun to drive, practical, powerful and safe you would be hard pressed to find anything that would equal Audi’s 2011 Q5.
A car accident in Franklin Park left one man dead and one woman injured early Monday morning.