Jeep, the original active lifestyle vehicle brand, is now leading the SUV segment with global sales up 20 percent.
The automotive unit of the vast Japanese Mitsubishi conglomerate is making its US comeback on a thin line-up.
Nissan recently overtook Honda to become the 2nd largest foreign carmaker in the United States.
Though sales tallies show a number of major carmakers posting year-over-year sales declines in May, the US auto sector continues its steady growth
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.
From economy cars to super luxury exotics…we may be witnessing the new golden age of automobiles!
Falling gas prices and consumer confidence in an improving economy are fueling robust growth in the US auto sector.
The recall affects Ford Edge and Lincoln MKX vehicles from the 2007 and 2008 model years.
A recent Ford Fiesta test drive was a rousing endorsement of small car practicality and pure fun.
Nissan has been trailing its rival Honda for a quarter century, but it’s now poised to take the number two US import spot.
Ford is recalling 83,250 vehicles because a faulty part could cause them to lose power or roll away if they’re parked.
Auto sales – lead by trucks and SUVs – have been booming but If gas prices spike or the economy hiccups, many consumers may again be out on a limb with too much car and too little cash!
The comeback of Land Rover from its fussy and expensive foster child years bouncing from BMW to Ford ownership, is nothing less than astounding.
Mazda is recalling 109,000 Tribute SUVs in cold-weather states to fix rusting frame parts.