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Lamborghini Aventador.

The 30 most popular cars on Instagram

The Honda Civic, Porsche 911, and Lamborghini Aventador are among the most popular cars on Instagram.
Now that's a red car.

I tested a $50,000 Acura TLX A-Spec PMC Edition to check out the limited-run sedan and decide if it’s worth the price

The Acura TLX A-Spec PMC Edition is also a geuine bargain for a vehicle of which just 360 will be produced.

14 cars that are most likely to last 200,000 miles

SUVs took nine of the top 14 spots, with three pickup trucks, a sedan, and a minivan rounding out the list.

7 of the least expensive cars to own

You can save thousands of dollars in the long run with a car that rarely needs maintenance and has good fuel efficiency.
Looks good wet.

We drove a $64,000 Cadillac XT5 and a $47,800 Acura RDX to see which luxury SUV was better — and the winner was obvious

The vehicles don't match up exactly, but they are quite similar, and consumers are likely to be comparing them with each other.
A 2019 Toyota Tacoma.

Here are the 15 cars people love to drive for a long time — and they’re all from Toyota, Honda, and Subaru

Automotive research firm iSeeCars.com looked at which cars people are most likely to keep for at least 15 years and they are all Japanese.

These are the 20 safest SUVs for 2019

BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Toyota made some of the safest SUVs for model year 2019.
A HondaJet Elite on the production line.

Check out the $230 million factory in North Carolina where Honda builds its private jet

The $5.25 million HondaJet Elite is one of the most advanced light private jets in the world and it's made in Greensboro, North Carolina.

I drove a $195,000 Acura NSX to find out if the updated legend is the best value in supercars — here’s the verdict

The Acura NSX has been updated for the 2019 model year. The supercar arrived in 2016 and was named Business Insider's Car of the Year.
Status symbols can see a downfall if too many outsiders start adopting them.

The evolution of brands like Michael Kors and Abercrombie & Fitch explains the downfall of some status symbols, according to a Wharton professor

People will stop flaunting a status symbol when outsiders give it new meaning, according to Wharton professor Jonah Berger.