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The undocumented workers have since been fired.
Auto Review: The Trump Organization employed illegal immigrants
The Tesla boss takes the stage in Hawthorne, Calif. on Thursday night in front of 800 or so people to introduce the auto maker’s hotly-anticipated Model S. And neither he, nor the car, disappointed.
Auto Review: ‘Affordable’ Tesla Model 3 revealed as Elon Musk charges up the crowd
The Sport line is a group of high-content Mercedes-Benz cars the brand is positioning between the typical offerings and the high-performance sector. Dan Neil investigates.
Auto Review: Mercedes-Benz Sport AMG finds a middle road
The subcompact crossover doesn’t quite measure up to expectations set by some rivals
Auto Review: Honda HR-V: A bigger, if not entirely better, fit
A family SUV’s mission is humble: The back-and-forth, the routine, the errand. The Kia Sorento achieves the mission with generic aplomb.
Auto Review: Kia Sorento: The SUV for the dispassionate investor
For those with the income to afford such a luxury car, the 2013 Infiniti M37 will hit all the right buttons.
Auto Review: 2013 Infiniti M37 AWD
Henry Ford may not have produced the first car, but he had the first mass-produced one aimed squarely at the average Joe of that era.
Auto Review: 1924 Ford Model T
In the 2013 Shelby GT500, Ford’s Special Vehicle Team has produced, under license with the legendary Carroll Shelby’s company, the most potent factory-built Mustang yet — a rocket that will top out at 202 mph, says Ron Amadon.
Auto Review: 2013 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500
Jointly developed with Toyota, Subaru’s BRZ is a two-seat, rear-drive delight that just needs a few dabs here and there to put it over the top, says Ron Amadon.
Auto Review: 2013 Subaru BRZ
It’s dog eat dog in the midsize sedan sector, but Honda’s best-selling Accord is likely to remain one of the big dogs, says Ron Amadon.
Auto Review: First impression: 2013 Honda Accord