New safety ratings from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) give car buyers two more reasons to consider buying a Subaru.
At the Tokyo Motor Show, Lexus will introduce the new 2015 RC coupe, the next chapter in the remaking of the luxury auto brand through personality and performance.
U.S. sales of the complete lineup of Ford plug-in hybrids in October climbed 45% over its previous record sales figure--raising its share of the plug-in hybrid market to more than one-third (34%) over 13 months.
Land Rover has been busy in recent years developing and launching all-new and redesigned models, a trend that shows no signs of slowing.
More than 1.2 million new vehicles were delivered in the U.S. market in October, which was up 6.4% from October 2012 when adjusted for one fewer selling day.
Though small in number, Jaguar's lineup of 2014 models has undergone some significant revisions, most notable being the addition of the all-new F-Type convertible.
This past week, automakers recalled more than 465,000 vehicles to address a variety of concerns related to a number of vehicle systems.
This buyer's guide names the eight hatchback models that ranked highly in one of J.D. Power's signature vehicle ownership studies--2013 Initial Quality Study, 2013 Vehicle Dependability Study, and 2013 Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study.
Significant updates mark the arrival of the 2014 Porsche lineup, as the brand expands with more efficient and powerful models, added safety features, and upgrades to the interiors and chassis.
Customer satisfaction improves when dealers explain the type and scope of service work to customers before and after performing maintenance or repairs on their vehicle, according to the J. D. Power Asia Pacific 2013 Vietnam Customer Service Index (CSI) StudySM released today.
At this year's Tokyo Motor Show, Porsche will debut the updated 2015 Porsche Panamera Turbo S model, which the automaker claims will attain a top speed of 192 mph courtesy of its 570-horsepower, twin-turbocharged, 4.8-liter V-8 engine.
If you're interested in buying a car that has greater utility than a sedan but you don't want to get a station wagon--or a hatchback, crossover SUV, or minivan--we have a list of 12 alternatives for you to consider.
For the most part, Audi has avoided making drastic changes to its lineup of 2014 sedans, coupes, convertibles, and crossovers.
Customers are more satisfied with the way their insurance companies handle the auto claims process in 2013, mainly due to improvements in explaining the first notice of loss (FNOL), which begins the claims process, and due to insurers providing faster settlement payments to claimants.
Traditionally, station wagons have been defined as vehicles that are based on an established car model and equipped with an extended roofline, tailgate, and rear quarter glass to create additional cargo room. For the 2014 model year, 10 such cars remain available in the United States, most offered by luxury brands that compete in Europe, where station wagons remain relatively popular.