Late last week, we published a roundup of General Motors' recalls for 2014. The next day, GM announced four more, affecting an array of Buick, Chevrolet, and GMC models from the past few years.
In the not-too-distant future, someone is going to make a documentary about electric automaker Tesla. It'll be weightier than the one National Geographic put together, and hopefully, it'll be long enough to cover the many twists and turns along the company's road to success.
There are plenty of reasons to choose the Chevrolet Suburban over the Chevrolet Tahoe, but it appears that safety isn't one of them.
2015 Nissan GT-R - Quick Drive, June 2014
The Nissan GT-R is outrageous. Even if your exposure to seeing one has been limited to watching one race by on the street, or to choosing it in Gran Turismo, you know that it's larger than life in some respects, and perhaps one of the least forgiving road cars for just cruising comfortably.
Lincoln is in the process of renewing its entire lineup but at the same time the company is aware that it desperately needs some new product to fill some obvious gaps. The first of these all-new Lincolns has already arrived in the form of the MKC compact crossover, but the American luxury brand is also looking at other segments.
Ford’s Australian division is planning a major update for its Falcon before production of the rear-wheel-drive sedan finally ceases in 2016, but the updated Falcon will no longer wear the famous GT badge that has signified hot Falcons for the past several decades—the first was the XR Falcon GT in 1967.
2015 Volkswagen Golf TDI SE
In today's American car market, 45 miles per gallon is a rare occasion, and 50 miles per gallon is pure fantasy. That's the case for nearly any vehicle that has a fuel tank and isn't a hybrid—and for many hybrids, actually.
Electric-car maker Tesla Motors, and more specifically its CEO Elon Musk, has been dropping hints for a while now that it proposes to open up the specifications of its Supercharger DC fast-charging standard for use by other manufacturers.
Unless you're a Tesla owner with access to free Supercharger fast charging stations, there's no better place to charge your electric car than at home. Pick the right electricity tariff, and charging can cost pennies on the dollar next to even the most efficient combustion-engined vehicle.