2015 Nissan Rogue
2015 Nissan RogueEnlarge Photo
Going green has never been easier. Some of the most fuel-efficient vehicles on the road are brand-new this year, and by our ratings, they're scoring better than ever in their lifetimes.
The Nissan Rogue is the automaker's compact five-seat crossover SUV. Redesigned for the 2014 model year, the new Rogue has attractive styling and packaging that overcomes its unexciting powertrain and predictable road manners.
Like many of us, General Motors believes that the field of personal transportation will see significant changes in the coming decades. As proof, over the past 48 hours, we've learned about GM initiatives on both the car-sharing and ride-sharing front.
2016 Harley-Davidson Softtail Slim S by Ed TahaneyEnlarge Photo
This is not your typical Harley-Davidson. If you've come here for a review of a bike that looks retro cool, but doesn't perform well, and has quality issues that should have been addressed in the 1970s, you're barking up the wrong tree.
These are the latest spy shots of the upcoming track-focused Mercedes-AMG GT designed to rival the likes of Aston Martin’s new Vantage GT12, the Porsche 911 GT3 and the more mainstream Chevrolet Corvette Z06 and Nissan GT-R NISMO models.
Building an engine is a great way to get in tune with a vehicle. To really dig in and understand its guts. You learn what makes it tick, and what makes it go. Building a scale version of an engine is typically fairly difficult when compared to the real thing because the parts are so much smaller.
2017 Honda Clarity Fuel CellEnlarge Photo
As previously announced, the 2017 Honda Clarity Fuel Cell will arrive in the U.S. later this year, but only in certain parts of California. At yesterday's 2016 Washington, D.C., Auto Show, Honda said it will begin leasing cars to retail customers in select California markets "before the end of 2016."
With battery-electric cars now on the market for five years, and perhaps 200,000 on U.S. roads, we now know more about how the cars and their drivers behave in the real world than we did when they first arrived.
Some electric cars use roof-mounted solar panels to provide supplementary electric power. In fact, a solar roof seems to have become an obligatory accessory on electric and plug-in hybrid concept cars.