Kelley Blue Book has compiled a list of the world’s top ten most fuel-efficient luxury cars for 2014. Here is that list, along with all the juicy details.
The numbers are in, and here are the best selling vehicles from July 2014.
New test results from the IIHS found that many small cars are not properly equipped for front-end collisions.
In the wake of the GM recalls, vehicle owners are faced with dropping values. Here are the six vehicles that have lost the most value.
Nissan is one of the most popular car brands on the market today. Here are the 15 fastest vehicles the company has ever released.
The auto industry may be on the cusp of a manufacturing crisis. Is the adoption of aluminum one way to stay a step ahead of consumer demands?
A big investment in fuel-cell vehicle refueling stations has California primed to become the capital of the new propulsion technology.
Tesla’s earnings report for the second-quarter is due, and expectations are high.
Ford’s quarterly report came in with better-than-expected results. The company’s CFO talked with Wall St. Cheat Sheet about what it all means.
A new study from iSeeCars indicates that low priced used cars are more likely to be duds than higher priced used cars. Here’s the full story.
Disappointment comes in all shapes and sizes. Here are six vehicular-size disappointments that you should avoid.
Most supercars and high-performance vehicles are outfitted with huge engines, but that’s not always the case.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk just went open source with all of the electric car maker’s patents. Does this spell doom for Big Oil?
A new study of green vehicles has placed eight of the world’s top automakers on a ranked-scale.
A new report details some of the most dependable hybrids on the road today. Here are the top 7 longest lasting hybrids available.
A new report from recovery system maker LoJack ranks the top ten vehicles that were stolen and recovered in 2013.
We take a look at how six top midsize sedans stack up to each other. A team of Motor Trend judges weight the pros and cons, supplying the results.
The editorial team of AOL’s Autos section recently picked their perfect summer cars, and here are the six models they came up with.
We take a look at the eight “most American” trucks for 2014 based on the trucks’ amount of U.S. content and final assembly country.
We stack up two popular hybrid-electric vehicles, the Toyota Prius Plug-in and the Chevrolet Volt, for a comparison. Here are the results across 5 categories.
We compare the Ford Fusion Energi to the Honda Accord Plug-in to see how they stack up in a battle for electric vehicle supremacy.
General Motors faces an uncertain future, and many signs point to the company’s ultimate defeat. Here are 5 reasons why, and what it can do to change it.
GM has many brands and models not available in America. Here are five models GM produces that Americans wish they could get a chance to drive.
Consumers love SUVs but also want good miles per gallon ratings. Here are the top 11 crossovers and SUVs for achieving high fuel economy in 2014.
It’s been a rough year for GM, with a rolling series of recalls having dominated headlines. Here are the 5 biggest so far in 2014 by volume.
Here are 5 simple and ingenious workarounds by vehicle manufacturers that have helped fix complex problems, improve performance, and lead to a better ride.
Chrysler’s plans for Jeep call for new models, international production, and more dealerships.
What brands lived up to their claims of being reliable? Here is the list of the ten most reliable vehicles on the road.
We take a look at the 10 cars that sold the fastest in April. These cars flew off dealership lots faster than any others.
We count down 10 of the coolest cars available under $25,000.
We look at five cars achieving between 30 and 40 miles per gallon on average, taking into account comfort, price, and drivability.
The first and most important line of defense for everyone on the road is the driver’s senses — specifically, visibility.