The Kia Quoris full-size luxury, rear-drive sedan has been confirmed to go on sale in America starting next year.
Strategic Vision has announced the winners of its 2013 Total Quality Index (TQI), with American automakers reinstating their position in some very competitive segments.
Two separate probes into Ford and Chrysler vehicles have been closed by U.S. auto safety regulators now that both automakers have conducted safety recalls.
Roughly 100,000 Ford and Mercury minivans might be added to a recall announced earlier this year.
Last year, Kia announced that the Sedona minivan had reached the end of its lifecycle and would be getting the axe; then the Korean automaker did a flip-flop and said it would return, just at a later time.
Honda has introduced a new concept multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) at the 2013 Shanghai Motor Show called the Concept M.
Honda is issuing out a recall for its 2012-2013 CR-V and Odyssey models, along with the 2013 Acura RDX for a brake shift interlock issue.
Jonathan Browning, president of Volkswagen Group of America, has confirmed that the German automaker is phasing out production for its Routan minivan due to declining consumer demand.
Yes, you’re looking at the world’s first in-car vacuum cleaner, built-in to the rear cargo department of the updated 2014 Honda Odyssey.
The 2014 Honda Odyssey sucks… literally.
Looking to make choosing a minivan an easier decision, Honda will debut a updated version of its Odyssey model at the New York Auto Show next week.
Ford has announced a recall affecting roughly 230,000 minivans dating back to 2004.
Minivans are the most economical way to move lots of people and stuff. They’re spacious, comfortable and pretty carlike from a driving perspective. Good news for enthusiasts of the genre, Honda is updating its class-leading Odyssey for the 2014 model year.
Honda is recalling certain 2009-13 Pilot SUVs and 2011-13 Odyssey minivans because of a problem with the driver’s side airbag.
A Volkswagen official insisted in an email exchange with AutoGuide.com last month that the Chrysler-based Routan van hadn’t been killed.
As 2012 winds to an end, AutoGuide looks back at all the vehicles that received the axe this year, some that will be missed, while others surely won’t be. Starting it off is the Acura ZDX, a crossover that had a very tough time breaking into the market. Priced at around $51,815 including delivery, the…
The Volkswagen Routan, which is built by Chrysler, will have its production restarted in 2013 despite earlier reports that the minivan is being axed.
Anyone who thought the deal Nissan inked for a 10-year monopoly on providing New York’s taxi cabs wouldn’t cause trouble had better think again.
Dora the Explorer, Bob the Builder or whatever your kids want to watch are now available in Chrysler and Dodge minivans in Blu-Ray high definition.
Who said a minivan had to be boring? Chrysler certainly doesn’t think so, teaming up with Mopar to show off a ‘Moparized’ 2013 Town & Country S at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show.
While Ford hasn’t released pricing on its new Transit Connect Wagon, expect it to be very competitive.
Chrysler is giving its Town and Country some slick touches with the “S” package, which will debut at the 2012 L.A. Auto Show later this week.
Broken bones, bum knees and smashed mailboxes — these number among the accusations owners are leveling at Honda for a supposed flaw with the 2003 and 2004 Odyssey.
Today, the 2013 Nissan Quest arrived at dealerships priced from $26,815, including delivery, with a short list of price adjustments and updates.