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Adding gears to a transmission can help to improve fuel efficiency and performance, and one American automaker is taking that to heart.
As if fire risks and faulty ignition switches weren’t enough, General Motors is now calling back more cars for a completely separate issue.
Customer experience can dictate whether or not a consumer returns to a certain brand, and car dealerships are on the front lines when it comes to delivering an enjoyable experience.
Customers currently have the option to spring for a backup camera on their new car purchase, but that decision is being taken away from them.
The recalls just keep on coming from General Motors, with the latest calling back trucks and SUVs for a fire risk.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) is constantly crash testing new cars for our safety, and new information released today has another model joining the ranks of the safest cars on the road.
The attempted rejuvenation of Alfa Romeo is in full swing at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, and the small Italian brand is going to benefit from having some powerful corporate cousins.
General Motors is being investigated from all sides after a delayed recall of about 1.6 million vehicles, and the company is trying to explain exactly what went wrong.
Roughly one in eight people die because of the world’s largest environmental health risk, which is directly related to how much you drive.
When spending over $1 million on a vehicle, you want to be assured that what you are getting is in tip top shape.
If the public had access to automaker’s early-warning safety filings with federal regulators, lives could be saved.
General Motors is once again providing the pace car for the legendary Indy 500, and this year a three-time winner of the race will be driving it.