Find Your Next Car

    Buyers Guides

    Top Features

    What to do After a Crash

    What to do After a Crash

    Like an addendum to Murphy’s Law, the unforeseen tends to happen when you least expect it; misfortune is like a lot like a combination ninja/cat burglar/stealth bomber
    How To Ditch Your Clunker

    How To Ditch Your Clunker

    Getting rid of that eyesore on your lawn or in your garage doesn’t need to be complicated or expensive

    Latest Auto News

    Subaru Says Aye’ to EyeSight in the Crosstrek Family

    Subaru Says Aye’ to EyeSight in the Crosstrek Family
    Attention Subaru fans, the company’s XV Crosstrek and Crosstrek Hybrid models are getting some new technology. Regrettably none of this stuff is terribly groundbreaking, but still, it’s nice to see the firm spreading some of its advanced features across their lineup. For 2015 the Crosstrek family gains the company’s EyeSight driver-assistance system. This technology was...

    Mercedes GLC AMG Caught Wearing Odd Socks

    Mercedes GLC AMG Caught Wearing Odd Socks
    The upcoming Mercedes GLC AMG compact crossover was spotted frolicking in a black-and-white suit, but don’t think it’s doing a stint in prison. This high-performance vehicle is running free out on the road, ostensibly to get some real-world miles, or kilometers as it were. This is the company’s replacement for the GLK utility vehicle. Mercedes...

    Trion Nemesis to Reach Production in 2016

    Trion Nemesis to Reach Production in 2016
    Get ready for an American 2,000-hp supercar heading for production in 2016. The Trion Nemesis packing a 9.0-liter twin-turbo V8 is scheduled to be built in January 2016 as it looks to best some of Europe’s quickest supercars including the Bugatti Veyron and Koenigsegg One:1 according to a report from Autocar . With a reported top...

    Hot Wheels Rip Rod Unleashes Ford EcoBoost Power

    The Hot Wheels Rip Rod is finally alive! First shown as a static show car at last year’s SEMA Show, the Ford Racing team in the U.S. and Europe both worked with Bandito Brothers to integrate the American automaker’s 1.0-liter EcoBoost engine to bring the Rip Rod to life. Designed and built by Mattel and...

    Dodge Viper Production to Resume in November

    Dodge Viper Production to Resume in November
    Production of the Dodge Viper will resume next month. The American automaker will reopen its Conner Avenue plant in Detroit after idling it since July 3. The Viper struggled in sales out of the gate and due to overwhelming inventory amounts, the American automaker decided to idle the plant and halt production, while giving it...

    More Powerful BMW i8 in the Works

    More Powerful BMW i8 in the Works
    It appears that BMW is already preparing to build off its i8 plug-in hybrid. According to a recent report, the German automaker is planning to launch a new supercar that will likely be badged the i8S. Building on the development of the i8, the new model will become the flagship coupe for the i sub-brand...

    Tjin Edition Honda Fit Previewed for SEMA

    Tjin Edition Honda Fit Previewed for SEMA
    With SEMA just around the corner builders are now revealing the projects they’re taking to Las Vegas next month. Tjin Edition has shared photos of its widebody 2015 Honda Fit that will be heading to SEMA this year. It sports a custom Axalta paint job over special body work. At all four corners are 18-inch...

    BMW X4 M40i Sheds Camo as it Nears Production

    BMW X4 M40i Sheds Camo as it Nears Production
    The BMW X4 M40i is getting ready to make its official debut. AutoGuide.com‘s spy photographers have caught the X4 M40i testing on the ‘Ring. It was free of camouflage hinting that production will begin before the end of the year. The X4 M40i isn’t a true M model, but will feature M styling accessories as...

    Faulty Airbag Warning Expanded to 7.8M Vehicles

    Faulty Airbag Warning Expanded to 7.8M Vehicles
    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has expanded its recall of faulty airbags. Federal safety regulators now warn that as many as 7.8-million vehicles in the U.S. are impacted by defective airbags. They’re reiterating how important it is for consumers to determine if their vehicle is affected. NHTSA is recommending that owners visit automakers’...

    Mustang Stampede Galloping to SEMA

    Mustang Stampede Galloping to SEMA
    Arguably Ford’s totally redesigned 2015 Mustang is one of the most exciting cars to come out in the last few years. Further hyping this important launch the company will have a whole heard of them at next month’s SEMA show. Ford will showcase more than a dozen modified Mustangs in Las Vegas. Cars will be...

    EPA Makes BMW Correct MINI Fuel-Economy Figures

    EPA Makes BMW Correct MINI Fuel-Economy Figures
    Hyundai and Ford aren’t the only manufacturers that have been forced to revise their fuel-economy scores. Now BMW is joining this hall of shame. The German luxury brand is adjusting the consumption figures of four different MINI models to make them more accurate. The EPA performed a fuel-economy audit on these cars and determined that...

    Scion iM Concept Teases a Distinctively Sporty Future

    Scion iM Concept Teases a Distinctively Sporty Future
    After a dearth of new products and slumping sales, Scion is looking to spice up its lineup once again with a “distinctively sporty” new model called the iM. Teased ahead of its world premiere at the LA Auto Show in November, Scion says the car “reflects the evolution of Scion as the needs and desires...

    Real-World CAFE Performance Exceeds NHTSA Targets

    Real-World CAFE Performance Exceeds NHTSA Targets
    Corporate Average Fuel Economy, CAFE for short, is a series of regulations designed to improve the efficiency of vehicles sold in the United States. Automakers will be required to average 54.5 miles per gallon by the year 2025. That may sound like an impossibly tall order but manufacturers have been slowly improving their efficiency each...

    Mazda Official Auto Sponsor of South by South West

    Mazda Official Auto Sponsor of South by South West
    Mazda just announced that it’s become the official automobile sponsor of South by South West (SXSW), a music, film and interactive festival hosted annually in Austin, Texas. The Japanese company has signed on in this capacity for three years. Executives believe the event is a perfect fit for the “Zoom-Zoom” brand, which appeals to younger...

    National Corvette Museum to Start Filling Sinkhole

    National Corvette Museum to Start Filling Sinkhole
    The National Corvette Museum will begin filling the massive sinkhole starting next month. The sinkhole saga that began earlier this year will start to come to an end, after swallowing numerous Chevrolet Corvette collectibles. According to a report from Car and Driver, the museum will begin filling the sinkhole on November 10 and will conclude by...

    Car Reviews

    2015 BMW 428i xDrive Convertible Review

    2015 BMW 428i xDrive Convertible Review

    BMW’s 4 Series convertible isn’t much of an “Ultimate Driving Machine,” but it makes for a very comfortable cruiser that you could drive all year if you wanted to…
    2011 Mazda RX-8 vs 2015 Subaru BRZ Series.Blue

    2011 Mazda RX-8 vs 2015 Subaru BRZ Series.Blue

    We still miss the Mazda RX-8 and hope they manage to build a new rotary engine sports car, but can the Subaru BRZ serve as a legitimate replacement? We drove them side-by-side to find out.
    2015 Kia Sedona Review

    2015 Kia Sedona Review

    Minivans are the grilled chicken breast of the automotive world: Wholesome but inherently dull. And that's why we applaud Kia for attempting to make the all-new 2015 Sedona a more interesting prospect with the addition of a few carefully selected SUV cues. We don't expect to see Range Rover buyers stampeding for Kia showrooms, but the new Sedona is an intriguing variant for those who love vans.
    2015 Honda CR-V Review

    2015 Honda CR-V Review

    Honda honed its popular CR-V compact crossover to a razor-sharp edge for 2015, giving it more power, a stronger structure and an extra helping of advanced technology. What’s not to like? The answer just might surprise you.
    2015 Mazda3 2.5L Manual Review

    2015 Mazda3 2.5L Manual Review

    For 2015 the Mazda3 gains a manual transmission for models with the larger 2.5-liter engine, making a good car even better.

    2015 Ford F-150 Review

    Ford is “lighting” the way in America’s full-size pickup segment, but has the new F-150 lost any capability in the process?