Wal-Mart has jumped on the gas savings bandwagon with its Great Gas Rollback program.
The great American road trip is alive and well, according to a recent Edmunds.com survey.
While new cars are dramatically higher in quality than years ago, the number of problems experienced by new car owners has increased recently. J.D. Power’s 2014 Initial Quality Study found a 3 percent increase in problems experienced by new car owners in the first 90 days of ownership, averaging 116 problems per 100 vehicles. The
A study by Kelley Blue Book found that new car shoppers feel that GM is a different company today than it was five years ago.
It’s becoming increasingly common for thieves to break into cars using high-tech electronic devices, but the National Insurance Crime Bureau, NICB, says there are several things that owners can do to protect themselves against car break-ins. Car thieves have been using electronic scanner boxes to send a radio frequency signal that unlocks cars that have
ar enthusiasts will have plenty to drool over this week as things gear up for the the 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
One company is bringing exotic supercars to Formula One-inspired racetracks across the country for “average Joes” to drive.
Convertible drivers are more educated and more affluent than the average new car buyer.
Nissan is hoping to spur more sales of electric cars with an incentive that offers new buyers two years of free public charging.
General Motors (GM) has issued yet another six recalls, totaling nearly 718,000 cars in the United States.