Mitsubishi admits that during tests, it reduced air and tire resistance to generate fuel economy figures for those vehicles that were between five and ten percent higher than they ought to have been.
The 2016 Volvo XC90 and the 2016 BMW X5 are large luxury utility vehicles for buyers offering European cachet with all-wheel-drive hauling capacity. Each was its maker's first-ever crossover SUV years ago, and both have refinement, handling, and features unimaginable in older SUVs.
Distracted walking may finally have its moment in the sun, at least in the Garden State.
Over the past decade, the Audi A4 has gained a luster all its own, with taut styling, good road manners, and lots and lots of technology. The 2017 model upholds that tradition.
The EnLighten app lets you know when the next stoplight is about to change on your commute, and whether or not you'll be able to make it.
Many advancing improvements in self-driving technology will depend on making changes to our infrastructure.
If Tesla and its outspoken CEO Elon Musk solely want to bring electric cars to the masses, then yes, the launch of the Model 3 is definitely a defining moment.
The 2017 Subaru Impreza gets a crisp new look with all the latest safety technology, including lane-departure warnings and adaptive cruise control. The new Impreza goes on sale later this year.
Traffic congestion around the world has risen by 13 percent since 2008, according to mapping and traffic service TomTom. Which city is most affected by a commuting slog?
A majority of car shoppers list car color as one of the most important factors in their decision-making process. How do automakers match the right palette to the right model?
Fifteen years from now, we may be relying more on sharing autonomous vehicles than owning or driving them ourselves, according to a new study from ABI Research.
Hyundai has issued a recall for more than 34,000 Santa Fe crossovers from the 2016 and 2017 model years.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has announced that it will join 19 automakers in signing an auto-industry commitment to implement automatic emergency braking (AEB) technology.
The rental program is called Express Drive, and it could dramatically increase Lyft's network of drivers. That, in turn, could make the service more attractive to riders and give Lyft a leg up in its efforts to overtake Planet Earth's top ride-sharing company, Uber.
Worried about your car being hacked? The Federal Bureau of Investigation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration are, too, and they've published some handy tips to keep you and your ride safe.
Nissan is recalling more than 46,000 Nissan Leaf electric vehicles from model years 2013, 2014, and 2015, due to an issue that effects their braking ability in cold weather.
Automakers aren't the only companies that want consumers to have their flawed car fixed. Insurers feel the same, and at least one is letting its customers know when their vehicles are in need of repairs.
Clinton has expressed support for tightening "rules of origin" regulations, which would make it more difficult for automakers to claim that their vehicles are manufactured in America if they use too many foreign-made parts.
The latest Nissan Rogue offers a racier, uniquely-styled alternative to box-on-box crossovers. The latest RAV4 is a solidly compact crossover that stack up right along with the Honda CR-V and Ford Escape. Either would be an excellent purchase.
At a conference in Washington, DC this coming Tuesday, autonomous car makers will address the future of the self-driving car industry.