Who says that you need a powerful truck for towing? These ten vehicles prove otherwise.
Nothing beats getting off the beaten path and sleeping in the truck. Except these campers are more like hotel rooms. Here are five of the most badass campers in the world.
In place of the aging LR2 compact SUV, Land Rover has officially unveiled the Discovery Sport, slated for early next year.
Chevrolet unveiled a new appearance package for the Silverado, but the changes only seem to be skin-deep.
As expected, Ford’s aluminum-clad F-150 will be more expensive for 2015 — as much as $3,615 more in certain instances.
General Motors is betting that its new smaller trucks will provide an alternative to the CUV, and not just a smaller truck.
The country’s leading pickup shed more weight than expected and picked up a couple of new powertrain options for 2015.
Tesla has idled its Fremont plant as it gears up to begin producing its second mass-market vehicle.
Volkswagen has, after months of speculation, confirmed that a new three-row SUV will be built at its Chattanooga, TN plant starting in 2016.
As light-duty pickups become increasingly expensive, the small pickup segment remains underserved. Is the small pickup a dead endeavor for North America?
Here are the top-selling cars and trucks that spurred May’s 11 percent growth.
Ford’s commitment to aluminum is going to cost them in the short run, but with the idea that it’ll produce long-term gains down the line.
Minivans might have a stodgy reputation, but for automakers, they’re a profit-making powerhouse.
Ford isn’t going into the aluminum industry blindfolded. In fact, its trucks have been undergoing testing for years without anyone being the wiser.
Here are the eight trucks, vans, and SUVs with the best-in-class mpg for 2014.
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.
Volkswagen is hoping that a new SUV will help win back consumers in America, where its core brand has seen its share of struggles.
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.
Here’s everything you need to know about Chrysler’s five-year blueprint, by brand.
For General Motors, transaction prices are up but market share is down. And for now, the company seems OK with that.
Chevrolet has given its Silverado an overhaul to cater specifically to police departments.
These six cars and SUVs are making a splash at the Beijing Auto Show.
Here are ten wicked new or redesigned rides from the class of 2015.
Here are 10 cars with the greatest probability of costing less than $10,000.
For those who need to tow things, but are still concerned about their 0-60 time.
Chrysler Group has joined the league of large recalls with an 870,000-vehicle effort to fix the brake boosters in select SUVs.
Wal-Mart is making an effort to keep up with consumers by tailoring its marketing to their biggest concerns.
Ford is sending a big chunk of change to its engine plant in Ohio to support the production of a new EcoBoost unit.
Tesla has added some extra armor underneath the Model S to ensure absolute protection of the battery, and peace of mind for its driver.
Here are the vehicles with the highest percentage of units logging more than 200,000 miles, according to a study by iSeeCars.com.
Here are the best-selling vehicles by volume from January.
Here are the 12 vehicles that are most detrimental to the environment, according to GreenerCar.org.
Ford will be idling its truck plants for 13 weeks to prepare for the production of next year’s F-150.
Ford’s SVT Raptor may finally have a formidable opponent, but it’s not from the General Motors skunkworks.
Ford is certain that its new F-150 structure will save customers money on repairs, and ultimately, on insurance.
A good aspect of software? It’s a quick fix, as GM is discovering.
It seems that Ford’s decision to use aluminum for the new F-150 might yield higher insurance rates and a shortage of certified repair shops.
Here are eight notable highlights from the first day of the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
The automaker has pulled off a miraculous weight drop or the F-150, slimming down the pickup by some 700 pounds.
Here are the best-selling cars from December 2013.
Former GM Vice Chairman Bob Lutz said that, strategically speaking, the Chevy Volt should have been a truck.
Here’s a list of Consumer Reports’ worst value vehicles. Ford and SUV fans, brace yourselves.
The Environmental Protection Agency reports that the average mile-per-gallon rate for vehicles sold in 2012 improved to 23.6.
Kelley Blue Book has released its annual award nominees for Best Resale Value among the 2014 model lineup.
Here are some models making waves in California at the annual LA Auto Show.
Here are eight vehicles that won’t be seeing life after 2013.
Tesla is contemplating a truck that would be based on Ford’s F-150.
Here’s a handful of highlights from this year’s SEMA show in Las Vegas.
Here are the bottom 10 from Consumer Reports’ reliability study.
Here are ten of the largest automotive recalls since 2000.