Some of you remember the 1970s. Back then, America had one family car: the station wagon. For decades, it had served as the only respectable means for parents and kids to travel together.
Growing families seem to be choosing compact crossovers more frequently these days than traditional SUVs and minivans. Two fine examples are the Nissan Rogue and Honda CR-V.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced a recall of more than 41,000 Hyundai Entourage minvans from the 2007 and 2008 model-years. NHTSA bulletins indicate that some of those vehicles may have problems with their hood latches, which could increase the risk of accidents.
From Motor Authority:
If you remember the very first days of Lexus, you remember the clever ads: the champagne glasses on the hood of the car, the ball bearing rolling down its hood, the "relentless pursuit of perfection."
The long road to the market return of the Alpine sports car brand is almost over.
Something interesting happens when you type “GT500” into Google’s search box.
Oklahoma attorney general Scott Pruitt, 2014
From Green Car Reports:
If there were any doubt that president-elect Donald Trump supports fossil fuels and does not believe in the scientific consensus of climate change, his pick to head the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency should put it to rest.
African nations have a very specific problem when it comes to dealing with emissions from diesel vehicles.
From small startups to major established automakers, many companies have Tesla Motors in their sights.