Buying a new car can be a daunting experience and the last thing you want to do is have to go back to have to serviced to fix an issue that shouldn’t have been there in the first place.
Ford is preparing for one of its biggest showings at SEMA yet.
Ford wants to show off the flexibility of its Transit van at this year’s SEMA show.
Ford will debut the latest iteration of its popular SUV in Los Angeles this year.
Scion has rolled out a new special edition of the tC coupe just in time to flaunt its Halloween colors on the spooky day itself.
Ford has issued a new recall today covering roughly 205,000 CUVs over issues with possible corrosion under certain reinforcement brackets.
Ford and Telogis announced a new vehicle monitoring system that will allow police departments to better monitor how their officers behave on the road
Chrysler has announced two vehicle recalls covering roughly 566,000 vehicles.
Each year, Consumer Reports conducts its Reliability Survey in order to determine which vehicles presented the most problems fresh off the assembly line.
Chevrolet just announced new details about the next-generation Volt.
The number of claims officially approved for payout by General Motors’ compensation fund continues to climb.
Curious to see how the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat is built?
Chrysler is under investigation for how it handled a pair of recalls that affected Ram pickup trucks last year.
General Motors is in the clear regarding Spyker’s lawsuit on the American automaker.
Tesla is offering a less expensive way to own a Model S.
Cadillac is considering adding a convertible model to its lineup.
Ford is preparing to give their ailing luxury arm a boost.
There’s a new supercar coming from America and the Internet is excited about it.
Jeep Wrangler enthusiasts can let out a sigh of relief, for now.
The 2015 Chrysler 200 continues to excel at crash tests.
Get ready for an American 2,000-hp supercar heading for production in 2016.
The Hot Wheels Rip Rod is finally alive!
Production of the Dodge Viper will resume next month.
The National Corvette Museum will begin filling the massive sinkhole starting next month.