Check out this guide to how a memory saver keeps all your car's computer settings intact when changing the main battery.

Early Toyota Crowns are extremely rare today, even in Japan. This handsome 1969 Crown is a surprisingly affordable collectible.

With its timeless good looks and a ready supply of '57 Bel Air parts, these cars always stay in style.


A Rare 1959 Borgward Isabella Worthy of Restoration

The Borgward Isabella Coupe was a fashion statement. It resembled sports cars of the day but only managed 85 horsepower.

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Suzuki Cara Is the World’s Smallest Supercar

With a three-cylinder turbo, rear-wheel-drive, and gull-wing doors, the mid-engine Suzuki Cara is a supercar shrunken to kei-car scale.

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A clogged or failed MAP sensor can cause many issues. Fortunately, it's relatively easy to replace a MAP sensor.

The 1968 Piaggio Vespa is one of the era’s defining scooters. Its 150cc engine provides the ideal balance of power and lightness.

The latest trends from this year’s big powersports expo include electric off-road motorcycles and configurable mobility devices.

A bad power steering pump makes a vehicle hard to steer. Learn about trouble symptoms and how to replace a faulty unit.

The MAF sensor is arguably the most critical one in your engine. Many aspects of engine control are based on its readings.

The Buell X1 Lightning improved upon its predecessor, employing a stiffer chassis, as well as fuel injection for greater smoothness.