Several Toyota models are being recalled for a possible fire hazard.
Volkswagen’s popular Jetta sedan just earned Top Safety Pick+ honors from the Insurance Institute for Highway safety.
Volvo is out to prove it can compete in the luxury segment.
Two of Kia’s compact cars fared better in crash tests for 2015 than they did in the previous model year.
Mercedes-Benz has added the first plug-in hybrid model to its lineup.
New spy photos of the BMW 1 Series sedan reveal the upcoming model’s headlights and not much else.
The way a car sounds goes a long way in forming the first impression that it leaves and automotive legend Steve Saleen’s latest product seeks to improve that, and many other aspects of the Tesla Model S.
We’ll get a look at Audi‘s future at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show.
Actor Paul Rudd is the new voice of Hyundai.
The Aston Martin Lagonda has begun hot weather testing in Oman.
Volkswagen plans on updating its models more frequently in the U.S.
In about two years, certain Cadillac models will communicate with one another and starting in 2017, some will be capable of semi-autonomous driving.
The Lexus GS 450h is getting sportier for the 2015 model year.
Audi has updated its A6 sedan, giving it a similar treatment as the rest of its lineup.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has announced that a “thoroughly refreshed” 300 will debut at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show.
BMW is preparing to shake up the entry-level luxury segment and they’re going to do it with front-wheel drive.
Last year Honda updated its bread and butter Accord sedan. As the fourth best-selling vehicle in America, it’s a safe assumption that the Accord has a lot of fans.
The next-generation MINI Countryman is in its early testing phases.
The next-generation Kia Optima is currently in its testing phase.
Pricing for the new 2015 Toyota Camry has been revealed.
The first China-made vehicle heading to the U.S. will be… a Volvo.
If you’re shopping for a sports car under $30,000 – AutoGuide.com has you covered.
Through social media, some stories have a life of their own. AutoGuide.com has compiled a list of this week’s most shared stories through Facebook, Twitter and Google+.
The Tesla Model S might be a popular car among some enthusiasts, but apparently it’s not all that “hot.”