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The number of traffic deaths has increased sharply from 2014. AxleGeeks takes a closer look at the data.
AxleGeeks, a transportation research site, ranked the most affordable luxury cars. To be included the cars needed to be a 2016 model year.
Experts at AxleGeeks used data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to determine the biggest auto recalls of 2016 so far.
AxleGeeks, a transportation research site, ranked the most fuel-efficient SUVs. To be included the SUVs needed to be gas-powered and a 2016 model year.
AxleGeeks identified the 10 car models made by American brands with the longest production histories.
AxleGeeks, used horsepower, torque, towing and payload capacities and combined gas mileage averages to find the six best truck brands.
Using data from the Health Indicators Warehouse and the CDC, HealthGrove found the 25 states with the most dangerous drivers.
By considering dog-friendly amenities in 2016 vehicles, AxleGeeks identified the cars best suited for those with canine companions.
By considering fuel efficiency, spaciousness, and suitability for family travel, AxleGeeks identified the 10 best cars for summer roadtrips.
Using data from Edmunds, AxleGeeks identified the electric cars that travel farthest on one battery charge.
AxleGeeks found 10 new convertibles from 2016 that have advanced safety features. No rankings here — these convertibles are all winners.
Using data from Edmunds, AxleGeeks created a measure that considered everything from horsepower to fuel efficiency to identify the top SUV brands.
AxleGeeks used Graphiq Smart Ratings and data from Edmunds.com to determine the 14 best new cars for soccer moms — excluding the practical but far from sexy minivan.
The 65 miles per hour speed limit on most of America’s freeways doesn’t keep us from fantasizing about cars capable of traveling three times that speed. The astronomical price tags attached to them aren’t having much of an effect, either. AxleGee...
Fuel efficiency has become increasingly important to today’s car buyers. Not only does it help save money on gas, but it also reduces one’s carbon footprint. Many car companies have adopted fuel economy as a central strategy for their business, eve...
Every car insurance company claims they can save you money on your monthly rate, but there are more forces at work here than your flawless (or not so flawless) driving record or credit score. Even the state where you live can impact your annual car ins...
AxleGeeks read Edmunds user reviews of the highest rated cars since 2010, and synthesized these reviews to pull out the features and characteristics car owners liked most about their vehicles. Only base models and cars with at least 30 user reviews were considered.
AxleGeeks used data from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis to calculate the average price of a car in every year since 1967 and then determined how much the same car would cost in 2016 dollars using the national consumer price index. We also included the price differential from year to year, which varied considerably.
An authority on cars, AxleGeeks compiled data from the NHTSA to identify the cars with the most recalls.
Springtime is when the Alfas and Healeys and Porsches that have been dormant all winter, covered with tarps in a dark garage, start stretching their muscles, getting air in their tires and, in general, wake up for the new season of racing. This weekend (April 2 and 3, 2016), the Classic Sports Racing Group (CSRG)