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.
There are 17 cars that will be very important in 2015, Marty Padgett writes. Which new cars should people look out for in 2015, and how could these vehicles influence car brands' success next year?
Despite the electric auto industry's current struggles and high costs, the future is bright for electric cars, Dikeman writes.
US airlines, profitable again after a disastrous decade, are spending almost $2 billion to upgrade amenities for their highest-paying customers. "There is a war going on for the profitable passenger," says one analyst.
Porsche Spyder hybrid can get up to 78 miles to the gallon and go zero to 60 in just over 3 seconds. But the Porsche Spyder cannot do both at the same time.