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  1. The Daily Drivers: 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Limited


    Remember the Pacifica? It was the crossover that minivan pioneer Chrysler positioned as, well, an upscale alternative to the minivan. It wasn't a success, but the name lives on in Chrysler's new minivan. Cue the irony. The Pacifica replaces the Town & Country, and Chrysler views it as the future of the minivan.

    2017 Chrysler Pacifica Limited
  2. My Favorite Car: '09 Volkswagen Beetle convertible, Stan Koyama, 64, Tampa


    '09 Volkswagen Beetle convertible

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  3. My First Car: '73 Dodge Charger, Don Carman, 54, Plant City


    '73 Dodge Charger

    This was my first car, given to me by my parents, to start commuting to college in the fall of 1980 (to the Ohio State University). I did the body work on it, and then had it painted.

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  4. Road seems dark to you? New tests blame your headlights


    Jeanne Robillard has headlight envy.

    She lives in Bethlehem, N.H., and drives her 2005 Toyota RAV4 through the White Mountains on dark and lonely two-lane roads, which are often shared with bears, moose or deer.

    A vehicle’s headlights undergo testing at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s research center. Citing limits to an aging American standard for headlamps, insurers are pushing automakers to do more to help drivers see in the dark.
  5. Nissan's self-driving effort is hands-on


    YOKOSUKA, Japan — Self-driving cars may be all the rage, but when it's a real product, coming soon from Japanese automaker Nissan, the technology gets toned down. So don't expect to the driver to disappear for years to come.

    Nissan deputy general manager Atsushi Iwaki takes his hands off the wheel during a test drive of the Serena minivan. Drivers using the ProPilot system must keep their hands on the steering wheel or an alarm sounds.