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Will new drilling methods such as hydraulic fracturing allow the U.S. to free itself from OPEC oil?
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How "new" is VW 1.8L Ward's 10 Best Engines winner?
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2014-02-19 10:24
TEJJ Constant Torque IC Engine
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2014-01-25 01:14
Do you know if there's an app that might be useful for a car dealers?
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2013-04-24 13:03
Transmissions & Transaxles
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2013-03-22 15:40
Driverless Cars?
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2013-01-17 12:07
Kia April Sales
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2013-05-08 17:07
Weigh in on this year's Ward’s 10 Best Interiors.
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2013-09-16 05:05
Hydrogen fuel cells: Savior or boondoggle?
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2013-03-12 12:02
Will aluminum use help or hurt next-gen Ford F-150 sales?
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2013-05-29 18:31
Is "overhead-valve" the wrong way to describe a modern pushrod engine?
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2013-08-16 13:45
My 5 Top Choice Car Rentals for 2013: Agree or Disagree?
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2013-12-23 05:37
2013 Ward's 10 Best Engines
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2014-02-03 12:52
What do you think the powertrain of the average midsize car will look like in 2018?
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2013-05-29 18:26
Which Engines Belong on the Mount Rushmore of Powertrains?
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2014-01-22 01:57
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