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Through the first seven months of 2016, the Honda CR-V is not the best-selling SUV/crossover in America.
American Honda has wisely revealed studio images and announced a level of detail regarding its 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback.
Steph’s been locked in his sweltering Ottawa apartment, heat wave after heat wave, for weeks now. To give him some respite, we’ve sent him to British Columbia to enjoy some Korean luxury.
I have been doing this series at TTAC since way back in 2010. Before that, I shot junkyard cars for Jalopnik, starting with this ’60 Corvair in 2007, and these days I also do Junkyard Gems on Autoblog and Junkyard Treasures for Autoweek.
Jerry Dias, Unifor President, isn’t mincing words going into this year’s labor negotiations with the Detroit Three.
The powers that be at Volkswagen aren’t big fans of the Pokémon Go app. While most people think of it as a fun and nerdy augmented reality game, the automaker’s executives see it as a one-way ticket to industrial espionage.
For the past few years, startup Elio Motors has said that the “target price” of their enclosed tandem three wheeler was $6,800.
R.I.P. victory lap burnouts? It sure looks that way. NASCAR seems to have reached a tipping point in its tolerance of post-race victory burnouts, some of which damage the vehicle enough to interfere with the post-race inspection process.
Apple loves it when people buy its toys, but doesn’t appreciate it when other companies try to muscle into its technology playpen.
“I do see people buying Chevy trucks all the time, but I call them victims, not customers. That’s different than what I’m trying to do.” Thus spake Scott Adams, known to most of us as the creator of the “Dilbert” comic strip.
Kleenex is to facial tissue as Google is to searching the web; as Coke is to any soft drink in Metro Atlanta; as Nintendo was to video gaming in the ’90s.
Michigan doesn’t want its residents to order a Tesla, but it sees no problem in owning $72 million in stock to bolster its state retirement fund.
General Motors hopes to avoid paying up to $10 billion in liabilities by challenging last month’s appeals court ruling in the faulty ignition switch saga.
With your left hand’s thumb, scroll through the steering wheel-mounted controls and select Settings. Move up to Driver Assist.
Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles have been in development for as long as hybrids, but while one of those technologies can be found in any Walgreens parking lot, the other still occupies a tiny micro-niche in the marketplace.
I’ve been glued to various screens watching The Games of the Thirty-First Olympiad, much like many of you, I assume.
Last week, we told you how Mercedes-Benz planned to go the BMW route and turn its looming roster of electric vehicles into a sub-brand.
Owners of orange or yellow cars should consider themselves blessed, especially if they’re planning on selling.
Rising like the Phoenix from the ashes of bankruptcy, the Fisker Karma has been reborn as the Karma Revero.
“How do you get a job like that?” Since June 13th, 2012, I’ve been asked this question more times than I can count.