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Sure, none of the original players are walking the earth, but we can still celebrate the corporate creation of Charles W.
This small-scale British invasion is good news for U.S. Range Rover owners whose vehicle just don’t feel exclusive enough.
You remember the Avista — the sexy concept coupe unveiled by Buick at the North American International Auto Show in January (before being spirited away forever)?
The hints keep piling up that the Škoda brand could one day arrive on our shores. Volkswagen Group’s Czech subsidiary keeps dropping clues that it wants to enter the U.S.
There’s sad news from Down Under. No, Paul Hogan is still alive, and no, dingoes didn’t get into a local kindergarten.
“I hope someone’s watching.” That thought ran through my head on my first night in the 2016 Lexus RX 350.
The long-anticipated Mitsubishi Outlander plug-in hybrid, expected later this year, has once again been postponed for the U.S.
I’m back like a rebel making trouble with another installment of Dealers Are The Worst Businessmen. Today, we’ll be talking about the information that most dealers use to make every decision in the dealership, and how it’s completely and utterly useless.
Buick is all about China, where the brand claims more than 5 percent market share. Buick’s achievements in the United States, once storied, are now not nearly so impressive.
Apple’s annoyingly mysterious self-driving unicorn car project has a new team member. Dan Dodge, founder and former CEO of Blackberry’s QNX automotive software division, has already joined the ranks of Apple’s shadowy “Project Titan” team, Bloomberg reports.
Has a nation ever been thirstier? Are we so blessed with beverages that we now assume every occupant of a vehicle is double-fisting it?
It’s actually happening. Yes, really. TTAC is getting, by way of my brother Sanjay, a 2017 Ford GT. Check out the order form.
Ford Motor Company says its profits dropped 9 percent in the second quarter, and warns that leaner times are coming.
General Motors today fêted Buick as the planet’s fastest-growing volume automaker. Ignored in GM’s press release was the Buick brand’s declining volume in Buick’s home market.
A glitzy Mercedes-Benz commercial that touts the 2017 E-Class as a vehicle that “can drive itself” has consumer and safety advocates fighting mad.
U.S. sales of SUVs and crossovers grew 8 percent in the first-half of 2016, a gain of more than 240,000 units compared with the January-June period of 2015.
Drivers saw a tsunami of vehicle recalls in recent years, and many are choosing not to bother getting the fix.
It seems so recent that the degree to which I detested the Lincoln MKT was off the charts. Few vehicles more sorely offended me.
Is there anybody left in this country who gives a single damn about Volkswagen? If so… why? This is a company that has spent the past 40 years treating their American customer base with the kind of contemptuous disdain that most of us associate with the wait staff at Le Bernardin.
The National Transportation Safety Board didn’t assign any blame in its initial report into the fatal May 7 crash of a Tesla Model S, but did confirm new details.