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  1. Survey: car and truck reliability hurt by tech glitches

    Autos

    DETROIT — Technology glitches including Bluetooth phone pairing and misunderstood voice commands put a dent in car and truck reliability scores in a major survey of automobile owners.

    In this Jan. 14, 2014 file photo,  the Lexus RC F Coupe is unveiled at the at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Lexus and Porsche tied for the top spot, leading all brands for dependability in the survey released Wednesday  by the consulting firm J.D. Power.
[Associated Press]
  2. My First Car: '66 Dodge Dart GT, Bill Tinney, 71, Brooksville

    Autos

    '66 Dodge Dart GT

    In 1966, in Conneaut, Ohio, I got my first full-time job and purchased my first car. It was a dark blue Dodge Dart GT Hi-Po. I paid $2,100 for it, equipped with a 273-cubic-inch V-8, four-barrel carb, four-speed tranny and open-tip muffler. I was ready to drag race! I souped it up …

     ?€š€™66 Dodge Dart GT, Bill Tinney, 71, Brooksville
  3. Fill 'er up! Gas prices are likely the lowest you'll see until June

    Autos

    It's a blowout sale.

    Gas prices are down this week to an average of $2.16 per gallon in Tampa and $2.27 per gallon in the U.S. This is likely the lowest point prices will be until June, analysts say, so enjoy it.

    The recent drip in gas prices may not last, analysts say. [Getty Images]
  4. Federal agency begins inquiry in auto lenders' use of GPS tracking

    Autos

    Auto loans to Americans with poor credit have been booming, and many finance companies, credit unions and auto dealers are using technologies to track the location of borrowers' vehicles in case they need to repossess them.

    Auto loans to Americans with poor credit have been booming, and many finance companies and auto dealers use technologies to track the location of borrowers' vehicles in case they need to repossess them. Now, federal regulators are investigating whether these devices unfairly violate a borrower's privacy. [Times file photo]
  5. The Daily Drivers: 2017 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG

    Autos

    The Mercedes C63 AMG Coupe is a classic muscle car. Sure it has the luxury Mercedes-Benz heritage and pedigree. The C Class — similar in size to a Mustang or Camaro — has been redesigned for 2017. And like the Ford or Chevy, it shares a large engine, small two-door body and rear-wheel drive.

    [LYRA SOLOCHEK  |  Times]