Hyundai has done a great job at expanding its global presence. Now the automaker is honing in on Europe, here’s Hyundai’s plan.
With people driving more SUVs and crossovers, automakers have has seen a drop in minivans. Toyota plans to take advantage of this.
Touchscreens can make riding in a car more entertaining. But Mazda claims to have a good reason for removing them.
Like many other car makers, Buick is planning to phase out production of its sedans. Is this a wise move for the company?
Nissan, Japan’s second largest automaker, has announced plans to slash at least 10,000 jobs. What does this mean for the company moving forward?
Volkswagen continues its company wide shake-up by announcing these 2 model will no longer be available in the U.S. after 2019.
For decades, the minivan has been a staple in many families all over the country. But with sales slipping, is the end near for minivans?
One way to protect your child is to ensure they have a reliable, secure vehicle. These are Consumer Reports’ safest cars for teens.
Toyota and Mazda have announced a joint venture. The two companies will be sharing a manufacturing facility in this state.
If you have to drive where snow and ice are common, it’s important to have the right car. Which cars stand up best to the ice and snow?
Driving for Uber or Lyft means you need a reliable and economical vehicle. What are the best cars for the job?
With the launch of its next-generation Outback looming large, Subaru has put in more effort to fix glitches that may ruin the momentous event. Recent product launches have had numerous quality issues. The Japanese brand intends to fix those issues and deliver top quality and reliable products. In spite of the hitches, the midsize wagon …
While electrics and hybrids are known for higher depreciation, some models have held their value well. These 7 green cars had the lowest depreciation in recent years.
While depreciation is normal for any car, some SUVs lost more than 60% of their value over five years. These 10 models were the worst of the bunch.
With the latest reliability ratings in, Consumer Reports pulled its recommendation for 12 vehicles. Among SUVs, these 3 models saw their ratings change for 2019.
As Kia preps the release of its electric crossover for 2019, here’s everything you need to know about the Niro EV.
As rumors about a Ford Fusion crossover or wagon swirl, it’s not difficult to picture the concept, and how it would compete on the market.
Chevrolet has turned the sharply styled Cruze into a well-rounded hatchback worthy of your consideration if you’re not ready to make the crossover leap.
Cadillac is making a big leap into the luxury crossover segment with the all-new XT5, and it’s paying off handsomely. Very, very handsomely.
Consumer Reports has revealed its updated Top Picks list for 2016.
Toyota has finally come out with a hybrid version of the RAV4, and do you know what it did? It made a Limited version, and it rules.
Despite new entrants to the segment, Toyota’s Tacoma reigns supreme over midsize trucks.
We’ve waited and wondered, and the time has finally come to see if Jaguar’s first stab at the crossover market is really worth the wait.
What if you could deliver crossover style and utility at 50 mpg? Kia just did with the new Niro.
It’s been almost six years since GMC first teased us with a pint-sized serving of sensible engineering, and now sources say this machine will likely happen.
Looking to continue its hot streak as America’s best-loved car brand, Mazda has given its CX-9 SUV a competitive new redesign.
If you enjoy luxury and capability, but don’t feel the need to be loud about it, the Infiniti QX30 might be the car for you.
Clever and capable, the Mazda CX-3 is a subcompact crossover with big goals. But no car is perfect, and this one certainly has some strange quirks.
Following the demise of the Ford Ranger and Dodge Dakota, GM is the lone U.S. manufacturer left with a midsize truck offering. It’s time for that to change.
The Frankfurt Motor Show is in full swing, and to kick things off Nissan has revealed a concept crossover that is part sports car, part… we don’t know what.
The midsize crossover segment is one of the most crowded and competitive segments in the industry. Here are all 16 models ranked, from the banal to the brilliant.
Chevrolet is certainly hoping to change brand perception with the 2016 Malibu’s dramatically improved looks, technology, and fuel economy.
After 45 years as one of Japan’s most popular sports cars, Nissan may be preparing to take the ‘car’ out of ‘Z car.’
Lotus is boldly going where no Lotus has gone before: the world of crossovers and SUVs.
Bumping out the GLK is the new GLC, which is nicer, more efficient, more refined, and more Mercedes in every way.
Tesla’s affordable Model 3 sedan would be a game changer, but adding in a crossover would make its impact much greater.
British legend Aston Martin is building a crossover SUV, and is considering Alabama for its all-new factory. Strange as it sounds, this move could make a lot of sense.
The Nissan Rogue has always been a strong contender in the compact CUV segment, but has the recent redesign made the Rogue better than the original?
The Honda HR-V is one of the most anticipated crossovers of 2015. How good is it though? We took one for a drive to find out.
Need a safe SUV or crossover? Here are the only 9 to win Top Safety Pick+ honors from the IIHS for 2015.
After several years of stagnant sales in the American market, Fiat has given us a compact crossover that could be the game changer they needed all along.
The Aston Martin Rapide is possibly the most beautiful sedan ever made, but sadly, it’s time on this earth is drawing to an end. What will it be replaced with?
On the heels of BMW’s success with the i vehicles, U.S. consumers can prepare for a plug-in hybrid X5 crossover.
Here are the 7 midsize cars under $30K with enough safety features to win Top Safety Pick+ from the IIHS for 2015.
They’re bigger than hatchbacks but smaller than SUVs. America, meet your next industry king.
Ford has formally introduced its 2015 Edge SUV.
Puns aside, this is one troubled automobile.
Here are seven crossover SUVs helping the auto industry remain strong in 2014.
Volkswagen’s latest Midsize Coupe Concept is a great looking car — and it would make a fantastic new Jetta.
After years without a small crossover offering, Hyundai has brought its A-game in Beijing with a new model.