Automotive News

Kia takes wraps off Stinger

Jan. 9, 2017—Kia Motors showed off what it calls the highest performance production vehicle in the company’s history at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. At the least, the 2018 Stinger looks fast.

Alfa Romeo reveals Giulia pricing

Dec. 9, 2016—Alfa Romeo’s return to the mainstream U.S. automobile market finally has a price, and it’s about what we expected.

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Related Department Briefs

Shining a little light on pickups

According to Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), pickups are leaving drivers’ vision obscured when it comes to the vehicles’ headlights.

Hey, salesman: Don’t “baby” me!

As the CEO of a company that champions the equitable treatment of women in the automobile-shopping realm, Jody DeVere’s work includes training automobile salespeople in regard to what’s inappropriate when a woman shops for a vehicle—new or used—at their dealership.

Manuals stuck in neutral

Just because Ferrari is abandoning manual transmissions, that doesn't mean that U.S. sporty cars will follow. However, don't expect more manuals, either.

Expert: Tesla’s charges for full power a one-off

An automobile analyst tells Consumers Digest that you shouldn’t worry that automakers will make you pay extra to get full mileage performance out of their electric vehicles (EV)—even though one automaker already does.

Ford takes the wheel

Ford claims that its new adaptive-steering technology alleviates driver fatigue, which occurs during long hauls and daily driving, by providing easier steering at all speeds.

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Automotive Recalls

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