Another 12-million vehicles are being added to the Takata airbag recall. Continue Reading...
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The 2016 BMW X1 has aced its crash tests. Continue Reading...
Watch our Short List video to learn about the top 10 most unreliable cars on sale right now, according to our friends at Consumer Reports. Continue Reading...
The iconic trio of muscle cars has been subjected to crash tests and the results aren’t ideal. Continue Reading...
Drowsy drivers – like drunk drivers – tend to make poor judgement calls and shouldn’t be driving. Continue Reading...
The new Lincoln MKX has scored top safety marks from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Continue Reading...
The 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport has improved to earn an IIHS Top Safety Pick+ award. Continue Reading...
Ford is calling back about 81,000 units of the Explorer SUV over an issue with the suspension. Continue Reading...
Honda is calling back another 20 million potentially deadly airbag inflators as a preemptive safety measure. Continue Reading...
The already massive Takata airbag recall has been expanded to include another 35- to 40-million vehicles. Continue Reading...
My demolition derby dreams literally went up in smoke this past weekend. Continue Reading...
General Motors is recalling about 1.04 million pickup trucks over an issue with the seatbelts. Continue Reading...
The Takata airbag recall could expand to include another 85-million vehicles in the U.S. Continue Reading...
The Ford F-150 SuperCrew and SuperCab are the only trucks to come out with a Top Safety Pick rating. Continue Reading...
A faulty Takata airbag has caused the death of a 17-year-old driver in Texas. Continue Reading...
Toyota is recalling around 16,890 vehicles over two seperate issues. Continue Reading...
Subaru is calling back about 18,000 vehicles in the U.S. over poorly made turbocharger intake ducts. Continue Reading...
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is recalling about 15,000 SUVs over an issue with one of the front brake calipers. Continue Reading...
Takata is forecasting that in a worst-case scenario, recalling all of its faulty airbags will cost up to $24 billion. Continue Reading...
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has released its first headlight safety ratings. Continue Reading...
Volkswagen is calling back about 5,561 units of its all-electric Golf to fix an issue which can cause an engine stall. Continue Reading...
The 2016 MINI Cooper has earned a Top Safety Pick+ award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Continue Reading...
The FBI has issued a public service announcement about the dangers of cyber security threats in our cars. Continue Reading...
Toyota says that nearly all of its vehicles in the United States will have standard autonomous emergency braking by 2017. Continue Reading...