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Two General Motors engineers are being put on paid leave as the company continues its internal ignition switch investigation. Continue Reading…
Buick is one of GM’s four remaining brands in North America. Following the company’s bankruptcy filing in the middle of 2009 divisions including Pontiac, Hummer, Saturn and Saab were jettisoned like Thanksgiving leftovers at Easter time. Ostensibly this cull allowed the firm to concentrate on its best brands, but why did Buick make the cut and has it been pulling its own weight?
Small Cars: Chevrolet Sonic
Interested in buying a domestic vehicle but want to make sure it’s as reliable as can be? AutoGuide has compiled a list of the most reliable vehicle in its respective segment based on Consumer Reports’ 2013 predicted reliability results from the 2013 Annual Auto Survey.
Maybe it’s a sign of changing times, or maybe it’s just that the current Mustang is really old and about to be replaced, but at this year’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas Ford’s pocket rockets are outshining its muscle car contingent in both numbers and excitement.
According to a recent survey, millennials are less likely to care if a vehicle is assembled in America or not when shopping for cars.
Compliance with prevailing safety standards alone won’t be enough to prevent a recall from being ordered by U.S. government safety regulators.
Buying domestic or foreign has been a debate that has raged on for years, and TrueCar has compiled a list of which states are more likely to buy a car built by an American automaker.
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Hey kids, want to put the brakes on a first date? Ruin a road trip? Impress your friends by not speeding? Then most of the new Ford lineup is for you.
That’s because the majority of Ford’s models come with MyKey, a system that lets parents program aspects of their car to restrict certain functions when a pre-designated key is used to start the car.
Recently I inadvertently had the chance to experience MyKey when a 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid I was testing accidentally came with the parental control device. With a long, 900-mile road trip planned, was this a simple mistake, or was I the victim of a cruel sense of humor?
There’s a new measuring stick for what constitues and “American” car this year and it gives the crown back to U.S. makers.
It appears that a track-focused Viper ACR is under development for the new fourth-generation car and could debut sometime next year.