General Motors released a chart with all of GM's vehicle recalls so far in 2014 through May. GM's recalls affects almost 13.8 vehicles in the US alone.
Vehicles have become more reliable than they were decades ago. However, car owners should make sure they aren't doing these seven things to their cars, or they might cut their vehicle's life short.
General Motors, Toyota, and other automakers boast stellar sales since the recession. Car prices are going up, and auto loan terms are getting longer at the same time.
Chrysler said it will perform an update on some Ram 1500 and 2500 pickup trucks to fix problems from software glitches. Chrysler said the problems affect the trucks' remote access, keyless entry, and tire-pressure monitors.
Ford recall affects Ford Escape and Mercury models from 2008 through 2011 model years and some 2011-2013 Ford Explorer models. The Ford recall was made due to issues with electric power steering systems.
More than 20 precent of 2014 vehicle models now have a front crash prevention system with automatic-braking, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Automakers such as GM have been improving safety features on its vehicles.
General Motors puts a stop-start system in its 2015 Chevrolet Impala to make driving more pleasant. It also improves Chevrolet's city mileage improvement by five percent.
Continuously variable automatic transmissions, also known as CVTs, are gaining momentum in today's car industry. Why is this happening, and what will happen to conventional automatic transmissions?
Europeans could bring self-driving vehicles to the Continent long before they arrive in the US, Read writes. Some European countries are lobbying for a provision in a new UN Convention that allows drivers to take their hands of the wheel of autonomous vehicles.
Tesla Motors is the largest company in California, overtaking Toyota which has been based in California since the late 1950s. The question now is if Tesla Motors will build its highly-anticipated gigafactory in the Golden State.
Nissan Leaf recall could involve the replacement of the entire vehicle free of charge. Cars involved in the Nissan Leaf recall may be missing spot welds and require the car to be replaced, but officials expect that to happen in only a handful of cases.
Tires help drivers maneuver safely and avoid accidents, making them an integral part of car safety. Here are six simple ways to make sure the tires on your car are safe for driving.
Nissan Quest owners say that their gauges indicate fuel, even when the 2007 Nissan Quest's gas tank is actually empty. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is looking into the problem.
Chrysler recall involves more than 780,000 Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Town & Country minivans from 2010 through 2014. Vehicles in the Chrysler recall have vent window switches on the driver’s door that can be damaged by moisture and lead to a short circuit.
For the fifth time in just two weeks, General Motors is on the verge of announcing yet another recall. In total, 8,208 Malibu and LaCrosse sedans may be affected.
GM's ignition switch scandal may force the automaker to ditch ignition keys altogether in favor of push-button systems. If so, the move would end decades of complaints from consumers, GM-related or otherwise.
Ford CEO Alan Mulally is stepping down sooner than originally expected, and Mark Fields will step in July 1. Mulally has not indicated was his post-Ford CEO plans are.
Toyota to Texas move may be designed to help the automaker cut costs. The Toyota move would shift the majority of its California operations to Texas over a two-year period, and the company's 5,300+ California-based employees would be let go or bought out.
Nissan has debuted a new kind of paint that repels dirt, dust, and even mud, keeping cars bright and shiny without their human owners lifting a finger. But the paint is only being explored in Europe, which is good news for American car wash fans.
General Motors has begun shipping replacement cars for the cars involved in its massive ignition switch recall, and public opinion of the automaker is improving. Is the worst of the General Motors scandal over?