The very first Chrysler 200 rolled off the line today at the brand’s assembly plant in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
Pricing for new vehicles seem to have a way of slipping out early online, and looks like the Jeep Renegade is the latest victim.
The last remaining grandson of Henry Ford, William Clay Ford Sr., passed away in his home on March 9, and the brand is honoring his memory with a new scholarship.
Things might be getting hotter for General Motors in regards to its recent ignition switch debacle.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is closing its investigation of certain Jeep vehicles for a potential fire risk without seeking a recall.
Could General Motors have prevented a dozen deaths with something that would have cost as little as $1 per vehicle?
An American automaker is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a special edition vehicle, which will debut on April 3.
Chrysler is bringing about 49,000 Dodge Charger vehicles back in to fix an issue that can cause the headlights to stop working.
Do you believe in second chances? Chinese automotive group Wanxiang certainly does.
GM plans to offer $500 cash discounts off of a new car purchase to anyone who owns a vehicle which is affected by the brand’s ignition switch recall.
Dodge is bringing all-wheel drive to its V6-powered SE-trimmed Journey, which will carry a base price of $25,890 (including destination costs).
The state of New Jersey has banned Tesla‘s direct-to-consumer stores, effective April 1, 2014.
The first production 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 will be auctioned off with its proceeds benefiting the Karmanos Cancer Institute.
The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro will be built on General Motors‘ Alpha platform and will feature evolutionary styling.
The saga revolving around the General Motors ignition-switch recall has a new twist, as a report has surfaced that post-bankruptcy GM will not be responsible for accidents occurring before its bankruptcy.
GM just rolled out its latest full-size SUVs to dealerships, the 2015 Chevy Tahoe and GMC Yukon, and it looks like a performance variant for the Chevy might be in the works.
Chrysler is calling back 25,250 SUVs from the Jeep and Dodge brands over issues with the braking system.
Three row crossovers are on the menu here at AutoGuide.com this week and we’re testing a whopping eight of them in succession. Which one will emerge as the best? You’ll find out soon enough!
The Ford Focus ST will be getting a diesel variant according to Mark Fields, Ford’s chief operating officer.
Jeep’s next debut will be a full-size SUV that fits in above the Grand Cherokee, and following that a new A-segment SUV smaller than the new Renegade will arrive.
The second-generation Chevrolet Volt will debut next year and will be redesigned and developed on a new front-wheel drive platform.
Jeep is considering adding a power-retractable top to its next-generation Wrangler.
In response to news reports that it has demanded as many as 100 donated Dodge Viper sports cars be destroyed, Chrysler has released a statement declaring the cars both obsolete and insignificant.
Chevrolet’s latest Corvette has seen strong sales out of the gate, and now the brand is reacting by raising the base price by $2,000.