The Hyundai Tucson, which was fully redesigned for 2016, earned top results in every category (and subcategory) of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS)'s rigorous crash testing.
Volkswagen announced Porsche chief Matthias Mueller as its new CEO Friday, capping off a week of revelations, recriminations, stock tumbles, leadership changes, and, inevitably, lawsuits.
Mitsubishi Motors is recalling 1,500 Lancer Evolution and Lancer Ralliart vehicles 2014 and 2015 models.
Apple is rumored to be producing its first car in 2019. Industry legend Bob Lutz is calling the move a disaster.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has issued three separate recalls covering a range of Ram trucks from the 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 model years. Together, they affect well over 1.3 million pickups in the US, Canada, Mexico, and in other countries around the globe.
According to a new study, drivers are already interested in autonomous features like lane keeping assist and adaptive cruise control, and they should warm up to entirely self-driving cars sometime between 2020 and 2025.
Rumors of a new Ford Ranger have been circulating all week, and now Bloomberg is reporting that the Ford Bronco may be making a comeback, too.
Toyota Tacoma is the best-selling midsize truck on the market, and its owners are fiercely loyal. But while the 2016 Tacoma probably delivers exactly what that existing demographic wants in a next truck, we don’t see the Tacoma reaching out and appealing to a new buyer base.
Self-driving cars are just around the corner, and they have the potential to save owners on insurance, traffic tickets, and fuel.
Volkswagen has issued a massive recall for specific CC, Eos, Golf, GTI, Jetta, Jetta Sportwagen, Passat, and Tiguan vehicles in the United States. Some of these models could suffer from a flawed component that may prevent a driver-side airbag from deploying during an accident.
For decades, both Honda and Mazda have excelled at not just at making good, fuel-efficient subcompact sedans, but also nimble and fun to drive cars.
Tesla Motors is offering people $1,000 for referring someone to buy a Tesla, but the deal only applies if you already own a Tesla vehicle.
After hackers successfully gained remote control over a Jeep Cherokee this week, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is recalling millions of vehicles that may suffer from the same security vulnerability.
The Ford Mustang and BMW M4 are similar in looks and size, but they have vast differences when it comes to price tag and what's under the hood.
Dodge Challenger vehicles from the 2008, 2009, and 2010 model years have been recalled to replace driver-side airbags manufactured by Takata. FCA says that it will mail recall notices to owners on August 14.
Fiat Chrysler could face severe penalties for being slow to launch recalls and communicate with government officials and customers about vehicle problems, including steep fines and a period of close regulatory oversight.
Scion hasn't had a hit car in over a decade, and it's hoping to change that with the new iA sedan and iM hatchback. Both offer plenty of features not usually seen at such low prices.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is recalling thousands of Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango vehicles that may have serious suspension problems. FCA is contacting the owners of some of those SUVS and advising them to stop driving the vehicles immediately.
General Motors has introduced its 2016 Chevrolet Camaro convertible to the world. It may just look like a cute convertible, but it has some interesting features to improve the driving experience, writes Bengt Halvorson.
A key labor ruling in San Francisco could be far more damaging to Uber than the other controversies that have surrounded the company in recent years.