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Audi first to get autonomous permitAudi first to get autonomous permit

Google, Mercedes also can now test self-driving tech in California.



Dec 29, 2012 4:54PM
Plenty of US made classic trucks, Jeeps, and SUV's should have been on this list.  
Dec 29, 2012 4:52PM
I don't think the author of this ever drove in the snow...
Dec 29, 2012 3:52PM
The Honda, Mazda, and Buick listed have no cult following, have not made a major mark in automotive history, and don't really stand out.

They are likely fine cars, each with similar competitors available, so the only reason they should be in the article is that an agreement was made somewhere, or the author simply has personal bias.

Dec 29, 2012 3:35PM
My 1995 Jeep Cherokee handles the snow with no problems whatsoever. Surprised it didn't make this list.
Dec 29, 2012 2:51PM
Finally saw a Honda Ridgeline on the road the other day. Guess they sold at least one.
Dec 29, 2012 2:14PM
Where does MSN come up with this crap?!?!?  I am actually embarrassed that I stopped long enough to read this garbage.  Shame on me!  Let's see here, we have an Audi Quattro and a Porsche Carrera, but no Hummer H1 or H2, no Range Rover, no 4WD Ford F-150 / F250 truck, etc.....  This article is the personification of B _ _ _ S _ _ _ !!!
Dec 29, 2012 1:36PM
Wow what the hell are they smoking over at msn. Since when can a Ridgeline, CX-5, 911, or a LaCrosse be consider snow capable. Where are all the true snow vehicles like the evo, the hummer, the F-150 Raptor (or in this case any vehicle that can be considered a truck except for the Ridgeline), any jeep, any Land Rover and even older vehicles form the 90s, 80s, etc. Like Tacomas, Blazers, Suburbans, Broncos, and many more. Any of these cars could replace them
Dec 29, 2012 1:20PM
The advancement of 4 wheel everything, introduced by subaru and perfected by racing has certainly made vehicles much more friendly to drive in the worst of conditions, which should cut down on accidents or  having  to chain up w/the use of of good traction tires.  But you still need a thinking person behind the wheel to drive reasonably.  To many yuppies think its cool to blow by other folks with or without the capabilities their vehicle has, that's the car you you sometimes see in the ditch tangled w/other cars because it takes the same length of road to stop as it does for all cars regardless of how good your braking system is when you have lost control. We own two great vehicles for bad weather driving conditions, a 1990 Chevrolet Suburban 2500 w/4 wheel drive, ( I have NEVER been stuck in that heavy truck) and a 2008 Ford Escape V6, all wheel drive 22-23 mph, wonderful to drive. So, slow down and make sure everyone gets home alive for the new year.
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