While other companies are fighting to meet standards set by new crash examinations, Honda and Acura are putting out winners, at least according to the latest round of NHTSA crash examination.
Fiat is completing a deal with partner Guangzhou Automobile Group Co. hoping to produce the Jeep Cherokee in China.
Setting his goals high, Tesla chief Elon Musk informs that he expects the automaker to sell 10,000 Model S sedans a year in Germany by 2015.
Porsche is marking 60 years of sports vehicles with a fresh expo at its museum.
The 2001-2013 Kia Sorento SUV is being investigated after 15 customer complaints have been made claiming that the glass sunroof had shattered on their cars.
The 2014 Ford Fiesta fitted with a 1.0-liter EcoBoost motor has been estimated at 32 MPG in the city and 45 MPG on the highway.
With the 2013 SEMA Event starting in a week, Mazda has uncovered few teasers of its project vehicles going to Las Vegas this year.
The happy 3-member McLaren family will soon broaden to 4, with an “entry-level” sports vehicle set precisely to take on the Porsche 911.
White color maintains to increase in popularity and is once again the most popular paint for new cars.
Vans are naturally un-cool. Unfortunately nobody informed Ford, as the Blue Oval is going to take the SEMA Event by storm with plans to “release” 10 refreshed Transit Connect vehicles at the world’s biggest aftermarket parts expo in just a week.
Launching a new auto-company from scratch is not an easy (or cheap) task. It’s comparable to constructing an entire city… on Mars. Despite the obstacles and unfavorable odds Tesla seems to be doing quite well. Its Model S sedan has received a lot of accolades and nowadays some information about the company’s next product is starting to come out.
Scion’s iQ is one of the most little vehicles sold in North America but it may be dismissed.
Nissan has uncovered pricing of its fresh Pathfinder Hybrid, putting the starting price at $35,780 featuring destination fees.
Jeep is preparing to unleash a fresh winter-themed Wrangler, the special Polar Edition. This car made its formal debut at the Frankfurt Auto Show last month.
Every year we all became older and things became costlier. This is true of food, fuel and especially cars. Toyota Avalon is not an exception, inching up the price ladder.
Hyundai has cooperated with Fox Marketing Cars to create a wildly customized Veloster. Far more than just a fancy paint job this car is the most powerful “street-targeted” Veloster ever. It will be presented at the Annual SEMA event in Las Vegas, Nevada in just around a week and a half.
Mazda just reached an important milestone, informing that is has sold its 10 millionth car in the United States since deliveries launched in 1970.
Daimler’s über-luxury Maybach unit was quietly axed last year but rumors seem to indicate the brand could be returning.
BMW Individual Manufaktur is a unique up-fitting service provided by the German luxury company for clients that want more exclusivity and personalization options than offered by a “regular” Bimmer. The automaker has been doing this for more than two decades. Moreover, their Individual Collection is another aspect of this idea and their newest creation is the 760Li Sterling inspired by Robbe & Berking.