The seemingly implausible chatter of Volvo exiting the US market has been repudiated with news of a $500 million investment in a US assembly plant.
Last month Chevrolet Silverado sales were up 35 percent while GMC Sierra surged 19 percent.
Why can’t you buy a Tesla car in Texas? Or South Carolina? Or New Jersey?
A few years ago, economic downturns, natural disasters and PR nightmares made for a bleak picture at Toyota. Not today.
Small cars are no longer the low-end of the quality and performance range. The new Volkswagen Golf TDI diesel makes the point.
February auto sales came up short as severe weather throughout the nation slowed showroom traffic.
Retro influence has been a prime mover in the recovery of the US motorcycle marketplace.
Despite it’s SUV profile, the Infinity QX series still cuts a striking contemporary look enhanced by aggressive sports styling cues.
Dropping gas prices reveal that consumers are more fascinated by hybrid and electric cars than are actually buying them.
New high performance clean diesels are already a proven mass vehicle solution in Europe and now they’re getting a second look stateside.
The Philadelphia Auto Show in particular is a bellwether nationally of consumer preference, as a third of the attendees are likely to buy new cars in the next 12 months.
Vast and barrenly beautiful, Iceland was invaded recently by an expeditionary force to preview the all new Land Rover Discovery Sport compact SUV.
A new generation of small commercial vans is growing in popularity here in the US, following a trend long-established overseas.
The new luxury performance Kia K900 is unabashed about mimicking the traditional values that have made European luxury sport sedans legendary sellers.
The US auto industry ended 2014 with a 6 percent sales increase and a seasonally adjusted annual sales rate just shy of 17 million units, the best since 2006.