In 2017, Dodge’s 840-horsepower Demon is king of the streets. But the ancestors to this muscle car were just as wild back in their day.
Here are the most stolen new cars in America, according to the latest available crime statistics.
The folks at CarBuyingTips.com went to the dark side and uncovered the ugliest auto dealer scams ever. Here are 10 to avoid.
The lies car salesmen tell range from little white ones to pants-on-fire whoppers. Here are 12 fibs to watch out for when shopping for a new or used car.
While every pre-owned model comes with issues, the worst used cars will give you nightmares. Here are 30 models Consumer Reports says to avoid buying used.
If you get into a car accident in certain states, you might be able to rest easy when it comes to coverage for damages.
Move over BMW – Kia’s 360 horse, rear-wheel drive Stinger sport sedan is here to prove that the Koreans can keep up with Germany’s best.
Lexus comes to Detroit with its bold LC500 luxury sedan. With its sights set on the best from BMW, Mercedes, and Audi, Lexus isn’t being bashful.
The Volkswagen ZEV plan is taking shape. Here are 3 ways the automaker will boost electric car infrastructure in the U.S. as penance for Dieselgate.
Trucks were in, crossovers and SUVs were, uh, also in, and sedans held their own in a slow year. Here are the 10 best-selling vehicles from November.
Long lauded for its station wagons and safety systems, Volvo has tweaked its XC60 into a luxurious mid-size SUV that jumps to attention when driven.
Consumer Reports has revealed its updated Top Picks list for 2016.
New car sales slumped in September, which was evident after analyzing the sales of the 10 most popular models in America for the month.
The Paris Auto Show was full of goodies and oddities this year — as is tradition. Among the handful of debuts, here are 7 that we felt stood out.
Thanks to advances in technology, the lines between standard and luxury cars is blurring.
A strange month sale pickup sales weaken and the compact crossover make inroads into the territory normally dominated by the midsize sedan.
If comfort on the commute ranks at the top of your car-buying checklist, then these 10 cars are a good place to start.
From six-figure status symbols to entry-level corner-carvers, here are 8 cars on our summer wish list.
The sales boom may be slowing, but it’s still been a record-breaking and surprising month of growth for new cars. But July sales may point to changes coming
It’s election year, so you’re bound to hear ideas about “how to spend the money” from all sides. Reduce the size of the military, some say, and take care of America’s own instead; eliminate redundancies, others say; while still others suggest building a massive wall along the southern border. There are almost as many suggestions …
Who thought there would be a sliver lining for electric cars Dieselgate would provide? In fact, $2 billion of the record settlement is going EVs’ way.
The numbers are in for the first half of the year, and here are the ten most-purchased cars and trucks in American for June 2016.
After an unexpected financial setback last year, Ford just had the biggest quarter in its history. Here’s a look at everything that’s gone right.
This is a major breakthrough in the Volkswagen scandal. Is it enough to get angry owners excited?
Kia’s Cadenza has been an odd luxury flagship on a brand built for affordability and fun, and it’s more conservative and elegant for 2017.
Edmunds.com asked its readers to vote on what they felt was the best affordably priced convertible — here are the results.
All cars lose their value quickly, but some lose it more quickly than others. These are the cars that hold their value the best.
We drive and review cars, that’s part of what we do. But once given the chance to drive a 550-horsepower Range Rover, well, things got a bit sappy real quick.
After sifting through hundreds of photos from 2015, we offer you these eighteen snaps to showcase the relationship between camera, photographer, and automobile.
We tried to sift through the year’s results to find the best new car debuts. Here’s what we came up with.
It’s been a grueling year for Volkswagen, as Toyota holds the reins in sales. But emissions issues aren’t the only reason the German giant has lost the lead.
American cars have been steadily improving, but are our performance offerings ready to compete with the best in the world?
What if billions in Dieselgate penalties were instead used to develop new electric cars? Musk and others say that’s the way.
Volvo has unveiled one of the most impressive luxury cars in years. Here’s why the S90 could be the Swedish brand’s ticket to the top of the premium sedan segment.
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.
After years of masquerading as an upscale luxury sedan, the redesigned 2017 LaCrosse is finally worthy of its flagship status.
In the latest move to attempt to recover from the Dieselgate scandal of 2015, Volkswagen is seeking financing. How much, you ask?
If you’re in the market for a midsize sedan, here are the 3 best lease deals around in November.
In an official press release, Hyundai has announced that it will create its own luxury line and will place it under the protective wings of its Genesis badge.
Land Rover is going ahead with the most questionable idea ever: a 4×4 SUV sans roof.
Volkswagen’s new Passat starts at $22,440, offers a new R-Line package, and tops out at about $36,000 — but don’t expect to find a diesel in the lineup.
Now that the dust has settled, it looks like Dieselgate will have a positive impact on the market for plug-in vehicles. Here’s why.
Its ‘Clean Diesel’ TDI engines will leave a smoky bad taste in your mouth for years to come, but Volkswagen’s counting on electric vehicles to help remove it as soon as possible.
New reports detail how that the problem of misreporting emissions for diesel vehicles goes far beyond VW.
A look at Maserati’s Levante, Lamborghini’s Urus, and Rolls-Royce’s Project Cullinan — and why Ferrari won’t ever play the utility game.
Facing record fines from governments isn’t Volkswagen’s only problem. It’s also facing millions of defrauded buyers — and they’re lawyering up.
As fallout of the diesel scandal reverberates, Volkswagen is taking its non-essential investments off the table for the time being.
German automotive supplier Bosch warned VW about its software scam back in 2007.
In the wake of one of the worst automotive scandals in history, VW will recall all 11 million vehicles affected worldwide. When and how is anyone’s guess.
Here’s what the EPA has planned for automakers in response to the Volkswagen Dieselgate scandal.