The latest airbag recall from the NHTSA affects than two million Acura, Dodge, Honda, Jeep, Pontiac, and Toyota owners in the US. The problem? An electrical glitch can deploy the vehicles' airbags with no warning.
Distracted driving comes in many forms – even in a bun. A resident of Cobb County, Georgia was ticketed when his eating a hamburger on the road posed a threat to himself and other motorists.
Toyota Tacoma gets new engines, transmissions, and suspension setups in response to redesigned Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon. The 2016 Toyota Tacoma gets first preview at Detroit Auto Show.
Elon Musk's public transportation concept, the Hyperloop, could be just what Tesla needs to upend Texas' strict franchise laws and start making headway in the lone star state.
The rumors about the Mercedes-Benz move have been swirling for some time, and now they've been proven true. Mercedes-Benz's Atlanta relocation is expected to affect 1,000 employees, but it makes sense for many reasons.
Uber expanded aggressively last year, but it faced a glut of growing pains and PR disasters along the way. Following allegations of Uber drivers sexually assaulting passengers in Boston and Chicago, the ride-sharing service has updated its app safety features for those cities.
Diesel vehicles as a whole cost more over the long run than their gasoline equivalents, but diesel can pay off if you're considering a luxury model. Here are five examples.
As of this morning, the company formerly known as Chrysler has changed its name to 'FCA US LLC,' to better reflect its Fiat ownership. Thankfully for car fans, the change is mostly a technicality, and brand names like Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram aren't going anywhere.
Instead of a speeding ticket, officers in Lowell, Michigan gave pulled-over drivers gifts to help with their holiday shopping. The stunt was funded UP TV, but it made quite a few drivers happy.
Tesla Model S and Chevy Corvette got high marks on Consumer Reports' annual ownership-satisfaction survey. Among mainstream brands, Subaru was ranked highest, while Buick, Hyundai Kia, Nissan, and Mitsubishi were the least likely to have repeat buyers.
Takata has refused to expand a recall of faulty airbags linked to at least five deaths in the US, and the path to a nationwide recall has become exponentially more complicated for Takata, automakers, federal regulators, and owners of affected vehicles.
For World AIDS Day today, Subaru and desigerner Guerra have teamed up to create a special 2015 Subaru Legacy that's limited to an edition of one. The World AIDS Day partnership between the two is a natural because of the HIV/AIDS activism both parties have worked on in the past.
Shelby Mustang models have always offered something special; and the 2016 Shelby Mustang GT350 is no exception. The Shelby GT350 will make its official bow later this week at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show
High sticker prices aren't necessarily reserved for known luxury brands, like Porsches and Cadillacs. Some surprising vehicles, including the Jeep Wrangler and the Toyota Land cruiser, have prices high enough to raise a few eyebrows.
General Motors scrambled to secure repair parts in the months leading up to the ignition switch recall announcement this past spring -- months during which the company could've alerted owners of the problem. GM's internal, highly bureaucratic structure is largely to blame.
To buy or to lease? In general, buying a car is a better deal, but the answer can depend on your specific preferences and circumstances.
Interest rates for car loans are low right now, so it could be a good time to act if you're looking to buy. With a little preparation, however, you can nab even lower interest rates for your car loan.
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder signed a bill into law yesterday effectively banning Tesla from setting up shop in the Wolverine state. He did so after General Motors, a major Michigan employer, issued a statement supporting the so-called 'anti-Tesla' bill.
Takata airbags have been the subject of a years-long series of recalls affecting more than 12 million vehicles around the world. The Takata airbag recall affects some 7.8 million US motorists, especially those in regions with high heat and humidity.
A new, expansive report details the many ups (and downs) of life in the rapidly approaching era of autonomous cars.