2011 Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback
Mitsubishi has recalled nearly 166,000 vehicles in the U.S.—including the Lancer, Lancer Evolution, Lancer Sportback, Outlander, and Outlander Sport—due to an issue with premature wear and early failure of the drive-belt system.
In 2011, the federal government unveiled fuel economy standards for the year 2025, setting a fleet-wide goal of 54.5 mpg for all automakers selling vehicles in the U.S.
Is a design change to the ends of guardrails along many of our nation's roadways—a design change that saved two dollars for each installation—to blame for at least five fatalities and 14 injuries?
Teaser for Audi concept debuting at 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show (Image via Auto&Design)
Audi is set to reveal a new concept at next month’s 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show that lays out the design strategy of new design chief Marc Lichte, who only took over the design reins at the German automaker late last year.
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class, or G-Wagon (short for Geländewagen) as it’s affectionately known, has been around for more than three decades and hasn't changed much, visually at least, since launch.
Yesterday was a historic day for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles whose shares started trading on the New York Stock Exchange. The day marked an important step for CEO Sergio Marchionne’s efforts to turn newly merged FCA.
2015 Volkswagen e-Golf
The 2015 Volkswagen e-Golf electric car is coming to the U.S. soon, but getting the very first one will take more than signing on the dotted line at a dealership. That’s because it will be auctioned off for charity.
Lightweight materials can help improve fuel efficiency, but they also add cost. One case in point is carbon fiber, which is light and strong, but also expensive.
Subcompact SUVs, which often blur the line between crossovers and all-wheel drive hatchbacks, are growing increasingly popular all over the globe. In the U.S., models like the Buick Encore, Nissan Juke, and the upcoming 2015 Honda HR-V constitute an expanding segment.