Poised to reclaim the No. 1 car company title from General Motors Co., Toyota has agreed to settle class-action lawsuits related to unintended acceleration claims.
Ford 's plans for its languishing Lincoln car brand are being met with hopeful bemusement.
New Japanese autos are at the top of the heap in resale value five years after they are sold, with the U.S.-built Jeep Wrangler also making the list.
Honda has taken the bull by the horns after lukewarm reviews of its Honda Civic last year and went back to the drawing board for a redesign.
The prediction of a doubling in the number of motor vehicles on Earth by 2035 would seem to warrant a prescription for birth control.
A class-action lawsuit was filed within 48 hours after South Korean automakers Hyundai Motor America and Kia Motors Corp. apologized for overstating the fuel economy of their vehicles.
Ford's high-tech touch screens and dual-clutch transmissions sank the U.S. automaker in the latest Consumer Reports reliability survey, but hybrid and all-electric vehicles fared well.
CHICAGO, Oct. 28 (UPI) -- Auto Data Corp. which keeps track of automotive statistics from sales to promotions, said the Toyota Prius has become the bestselling vehicle in California, the nation's single largest vehicle market.
If there's a certainty in this crazy world economy its predicting massive and quick change in the automotive industry.
Everyone's heard stories about the morally challenged used car salesman who will say or do anything to make the sale.
In blow to shade tree mechanics everywhere who spent Saturdays adjusting carburetors to set engine idle speed, say goodbye to another automotive relic: bench seats.
When California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill to regulate self-driving vehicles almost no one – industry watchers or taxpayers – objected.
CHICAGO, Sept. 23 (UPI) -- China's success in selling cars and auto parts in foreign markets such as South America prompted the U.S. government to file an anti-subsidy complaint with the World Trade Organization.
It's not often a passenger car is turned into a political football – but that is what has happened to GM's gas-electric, plug-in hybrid, the Chevrolet Volt.
For a lot of consumers a zero percent car loan beats out higher gasoline prices when it comes time to buy a new vehicle.