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About Warren
Warren Brown, has been covering the automobile industry for the Washington Post since 1982. Brown, who joined the newspaper in 1976, has what many people think is a particularly cool job: He gets to test drive all manner of cars, from top-of-the-line Mercedes sedans and the newest sports cars to Volkswagen Beetles and SUVs.

His auto reviews are lively, detailed accounts of a car's good and bad points, addressing everything from a car's highway performance to its "head-turning" factor and sound system.

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Past Columns
Training Tomorrow's Auto Technicians (, Feb. 23, 2004; 11:37 AM)

Vehicle Recalls Beat the Alternatives (, Feb. 13, 2004; 1:37 PM)

No Boundaries for the Battling Auto Titans (, Jan. 23, 2004; 12:57 PM)

Toyota Unveils Hybrid Truck in Detroit (, Jan. 9, 2004; 2:06 PM)

A Tale of Two Car Shows (, Jan. 5, 2004; 1:25 PM)

SUV Redesign Motivated by Money, Not Safety (, Dec. 5, 2003; 1:59 PM)

Holiday Travel Brings Highway Safety to the Forefront (Post, Nov. 28, 2003; 12:20 PM)

Renting a Full-Size Nightmare (, Nov. 26, 2003; 9:45 AM)

Auto Suppliers Get Squeezed by Manufacturers (, Nov. 15, 2003; 3:25 PM)

Red Light Needed for MIRT Devices (, Oct. 31, 2003; 1:24 PM)

Vehicle Rollovers, SUV Isn't Always the Culprit (, Oct. 10, 2003; 1:42 PM)

Auto Market Moves Up With the Masses (, Oct. 3, 2003; 1:26 PM)

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