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The pickup boom of the 1990s and early 2000s brought an explosion of model configurations and trims, as more and more people began using these once-workhorses as their everyday vehicles.
Look out, Google: Enough General Motors employees wanted to arrive at meetings covered in sweat that the company has introduced a bike-sharing program.
Nissan is in hot water—specifically, hot red water—over the pretty French name attached to its GT-R–powered concept sedan.
Now that Jaguar’s F-type fleet includes six distinct models, picking one that best suits your fancy can be daunting.
Every time we see someone in a Chevy Cobalt, we resist the urge to ask them if they’ve made plans to sell it.
Five years ago, if you’d asked Ferrari engineers why they didn’t use turbochargers, you probably would’ve gotten colorful responses involving a lot of suggestive hand gestures.
During this week’s big reveal event for the 2016 Volvo XC90, we stumbled across Volvo’s ambitious product plans for the next four years—and beyond.
Tony Stewart speaks at Atlanta Motor Speedway on August 29, 2014. UPDATE: We saw the Tony Stewart press conference at Atlanta Motor Speedway this afternoon, and we now know .
Rowing through the gears of a 2015 Volkswagen Jetta S TDI’s six-speed manual transmission as we roll along the scenic two-laners of Virginia’s horse country, we marvel at the fact that we’re actually having fun.
If you, like us, have been disappointed in Infiniti’s aloof Q50 sedan as the ostensible replacement for the sporty G37—which, incidentally, Infiniti still sells as the “Q40″ for 2015—we have good news.
In case you’re keeping score, when we close the books on calendar-year 2014 there will be 13 distinct pure-electric automobiles for sale in the United States.
If there were any doubt remaining that Uber is a flash-in-the-pan cash-grab startup rather than a serious player in the transportation sector, one need only scope the name of the company’s new initiative: SLOG.
Clearly, something was up. Each weekend since the tragic sprint-car incident that took Kevin Ward, Jr.’s life, Tony Stewart’s PR representative, Mike Arning of True Speed Communication—Tony Stewart owns True Speed, by the way, and the company also does PR for various NHRA and IMSA teams—has declined to reveal to anyone in advance whether Stewart would return to NASCAR competition.
Astute marketing by GM has split the fraternal truck twins Chevrolet and GMC into different market segments, at least in the typical consumer’s mind.
At some point in Dodge’s recent history, somebody in creative had no real idea what to do with the company’s vehicles, so presumably announced, “Hey!
Wipe the saliva off your keyboards, Mustang fans, the arrival of the all-new 2015 iteration of your beloved pony car is now mere weeks away.
Let’s say someone were to offer to sell you a car a lot like the one you want, but with some key differences—this one doesn’t have an engine or a transmission and is instead a fiberglass shell shaped to look like a real car.
The formula for the Jeep Grand Cherokee is pretty straightforward: Mix four-doors and (usually) four-wheel drive with a family-size vehicle and a reasonably comfortable and well-appointed interior.
Yesterday, when we posted to our Facebook page our instrumented test of the 2015 Cadillac Escalade, the commenters went nuts.
The Toyota RAV4 has scored consistently good marks in the areas of utility, all-around usefulness, fuel efficiency, comfort, quality, and value ever since it became the progenitor of the small, car-based crossover species in 1996.