Some auto manufacturers are already touting their car deals as early Black Friday specials.
Volkswagen sets up a new consumer information website for diesel owners, while many drivers worry that other automakers also have skirted EPA rules.
The percentage of Americans driving cars with 100,000 miles or more has shot up in the past several years, says a survey by AutoMD.
Fiat Chrysler must pay a $105 million fine for recall problems and issued two new recalls affecting more than 1.7 million cars.
NHTSA has added more cars to its recall database affected by the Takata air bag recall and has added a VIN look-up tool for consumers.
More consumers are purchasing new and used cars with auto loans, and those loans are for higher amounts and longer terms.
The FTC has again cracked down on car dealers and businesses associated with financing or leasing a car, resulting in six new cases.
While car recalls have been on the rise for the last three years, satisfaction among customers with recalled cars has continued to rise.
A new system from Chevrolet will let parents watch their teen drivers even when they can’t be in the car with them.
Driving a glow-in-the-dark car on a highway that glows (instead of using street lights) may sound like a tall tale for this April Fools’ Day, but it is no joke.