Jan. 15, 2018—Automakers rolled out a bevy of updated models at the North American International Auto Show, as always.
Jan. 11, 2018—Perhaps the third time will be the charm for Honda Motor’s dedicated hybrid.
Nov. 17, 2017—In what had been billed as its introduction of an electric semitractor truck, Tesla Motors pulled a fast one.
Sept. 15, 2017—After it pulled the wraps off its newest and smallest sedan, Hyundai Motor says the sedan lineup for its Genesis luxury brand is complete.
July 12, 2017—Volkswagen is pulling the Touareg out of the U.S. market.
July 5, 2017—Beginning in 2019, every new Volvo will have some form of electric power.
Feb. 15, 2017—Smart is going all-electric in this part of the world.
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.
Jan. 9, 2017—Confirming rumors, Ford Motor announced that it would bring the Bronco and Ranger back to the U.S. auto market.
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.
Nov. 16, 2016—Alfa Romeo has big plans for the U.S. automotive market, and what better way to try to achieve them than through a big vehicle.
Oct. 28, 2016—Volkswagen latest automotive move in the United States is its biggest.
July 13, 2016—Just as it did a month ago with the Model S, Tesla reduced the price of the Model X SUV while it curtailed the range.
June 28, 2016—We told you that consumers who were affected by Volkswagen’s cheating on emissions tests were expected to receive the choice between selling their vehicle back to Volkswagen or receiving paid-for repairs. That has come to pass, and now we have details.
June 16, 2016—Want a car to go with those new shoes? Tesla Motors, which doesn’t use typical dealerships to sell its vehicles, is testing a marketing relationship with department-store chain Nordstrom.
June 9, 2016—A little more than a year after Tesla discontinued its Model S 60 for a base model that delivered more power, the automaker reversed course.
May 23, 2016—General Motors will give owners of certain SUVs a choice of how to be compensated as a result of erroneous window stickers that overstated fuel economy.
May 5, 2016—National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) decision to recall all of a particular type of air-bag inflator that’s made by Takata is unusual. However, it isn’t likely to have much of an effect on NHTSA’s recall process, one expert tells us.
May 4, 2016—National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) will expand, again, its recall of vehicle air-bag inflators that are made by Takata.
April 21, 2016—Volkswagen has agreed to buy back or fix diesel vehicles as part of a settlement that stems from its cheating on U.S. emissions tests.