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  1. Inside and out, new vans deliver

    Believe it or not, vans can be fun. With automakers upgrading the visual and practical appeal of their passenger and commercial vans, consumers with big families and small business owners are in for a treat.

    • 10:00 PM, Mar. 26, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • DRIVE

    Costs of potholes go deep in Michigan

    The time has come to add a new phrase to our state's driving vernacular: The Michigan swerve.

    • 10:34 PM, Mar. 12, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • DRIVE

    Europe's mini cars could sell big in U.S.

    Really small is cool. That much is evident if you are lucky enough to take a stroll through the ranks of mini cars at the Geneva auto show. The problem is that we American consumers do not get the newest and neatest small and mini cars that are hitting European showrooms.

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A confirmed car guy since learning to drive a Mini in his native England, John McCormick has been covering the auto industry in Detroit for two decades. When heís not attending new vehicle launches and industry events, John exercises the Porsche 911 Carrera 4S and Ducati 749S he keeps in his garage.

John worked for Britainís prestigious CAR magazine before joining AutoWeek and subsequently Wardís Auto World in Detroit. Today John is one of the leading US-based international automotive writers, contributing to publications in every major market around the world. He is on the juries of several annual automotive awards including the World Car of the Year.

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