Mercury Insurance crunched the numbers to bring you their estimation of the 10 most affordable vehicles to insure.
Today’s car ‘keys’ aren’t really keys at all. Instead, they’re exciting examples of tomorrow’s auto tech.
You never forget seeing a set of gull wing doors. But there are a lot of technical barriers to conquer effectively just to look cool.
These 10 EVs prove that electric cars have come a long way in a few short years.
A new recall from the Rolls-Royce marque is a truly elite one — only one lucky car owner will get one of these letters.
See how automakers are helping out the less fortunate during the season of giving.
Volvo’s first attempt at using digital keys to allow workers to deliver packages in customers’ cars is getting a try in Sweden.
Automated parking could become a big deal, but designers still have to work out a few kinks.
The new Tesla autopilot features are impressive, but are they ready for showtime yet?
Airbag giant Takata’s arrogance and lack of oversight could lead to its downfall.
Changes to auto software regulations give more freedom to parties other than the automakers.
Though each uniquely great in their own right, these cars couldn’t compete with some Detroit Muscle for MotorTrend’s annual Best Car Award.
As Google pushes forward with self-driving car testing, the California DMV still needs more time to come up with final regulations.
A new award from U.S. News is just part of the attention that Mazda is getting with models like the new 2016 MX-5 Miata, CX-3, and the RX-Vision.
Adding to the appeal of the 2016 Kia Optima, the Kelley Blue Book is giving this midsize car its ‘Best Buy of the Year’ designation.
A study on Android Auto users driving the Hyundai Sonata has implications for the greater market in terms of infotainment system use.
Long the space-consumer of glove boxes, Fiat-Chrysler is working on making an interactive user manual for its cars’ infotainment systems.
It’s looking increasingly likely that Apple is jumping into the electric car game with both feet.
The new automotive tool VOYO has the potential to change how we use social media, as well as how we visit the mechanic.
Domino’s is revolutionizing pizza delivery with the DXP, a new car featuring a warming oven and more specific delivery gear.
Could the 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander represent new growth for the embattled auto maker?
Edmunds shows Americans are making a run on new cars — but VW’s numbers won’t climb along with everyone else’s.
New events in sunny California and elsewhere are placing electric and renewable car technologies in the public eye.
A new limited run of 2016 Prius C ‘Persona’ Vehicles can help drivers get some extra flair on an ordinarily bland vehicle.
Nissan’s Titan XD truck got top marks at the annual Texas Auto Writers Association’s ‘Truck Rodeo.’
Toyota banks on the cast of ‘Back to the Future’ to sell the hydrogen-powered Mirai — and the future that actually happened.
The 2016 Fiat 500X is getting a lot of attention for all-wheel drive functionality, new tech safety features, and more.
Immediately after the scandal broke, people took to the Internet to look up trade-in values, check out new cars, and express discontent through online polls.
A company called Zubie is offering drivers a quick and easy way to find out all kinds of things about their cars.
Here’s a look at how the regulation of autonomous vehicles is coming along, and some early reports of crashes involving driverless cars from the California DMV.
Mazda and Kia are having great years, accentuated by extremely strong autumn sales.
A new service called Beepi provides an all-online model for helping a used vehicle to change hands.
New reports detail how that the problem of misreporting emissions for diesel vehicles goes far beyond VW.
GM has developed a pilot program called ‘Let’s Drive NYC’ serving a residential community of over 400 people at the Ritz Plaza at Times Square.
Some of the analog controls that have been around forever are getting a makeover with new hybrid and digital-only dashboard designs that are projected to become much more common in the next generation of vehicles.
A new customization for the 2015 Cadillac Escalade shows what a real first-class vehicle cabin can be.