Chevrolet, Porsche, and Mercedes are producing some of the best-loved cars among American drivers, according to a new survey.
Hyundai says that the Genesis brand is meant to deliver ‘human-centered’ luxury. Beginning in mid-2016, design of Genesis vehicles will be overseen by Luc Donckerwolke, whose resume includes credits with Audi, Bentley, and Lamborghini, among others.
Volkswagen dealers received word last week that the company will offer two gift cards to TDI owners via a new 'TDI Goodwill Program'.
Honda has issued a recall for select 2016 Honda CR-V crossovers, which are equipped with Takata airbags. In tests conducted at a Honda facility in Mexico, the casing on one of those airbags shattered during deployment.
Toyota has issued a massive recall affecting 2 million US Toyota and Scion vehicles from the 2007 to 2011 model years. A manufacturing problem with the power window master switch could in some cases cause a fire.
Volkswagen officials said that they are cooperating with French officials to uncover the truth behind the worsening scandal surrounding emissions-test-cheating software installed on a range of Volkswagen's diesel vehicles.
Fiat Chrysler plans to ax its moderately popular sports car in 2017. The Viper first rolled into showrooms in 1992, and its life story is far more complicated than any 23-year-old's should be.
Tesla has released several key updates to its Model S and Model X vehicles that are essential building blocks to cars that drive fully autonomously.
Google, Mercedes-Benz, and Volvo have all said that they would accept responsibility for accidents when their computers are at the wheel.
The diesel emissions scandal is going to be very, very expensive for Volkswagen. How expensive? We won't have final figures for months, if not years, but we can do a little back-of-the-envelope math.
Honda is recalling nearly 6,800 Honda Accord Hybrids from the 2014 and 2015 model years that may suffer from an electrical flaw that could disable the car's gasoline engine, according to government regulators.
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.