General Motors (GM) has issued yet another six recalls, totaling nearly 718,000 cars in the United States.
BMW has issued a recall of 574,000 of its 2000-2006 BMW 3 Series cars to replace the passenger-side front air bag.
While a Cars.com study says the number of U.S.-built cars is declining, VW will be adding to the list of American-made cars.
Honda has developed three-dimensional, crash-simulation technology with animation software to build safer cars.
More Americans will take to their cars for a road trip this July Fourth holiday and they’ll spend more than last year.
General Motors announced six more recalls affecting another 7.6 million cars in the U.S. from the 1997-2014 model years.
Americans are replacing their old cars with new models, albeit slowly, according to Experian.
Vehicle thefts are declining, but one state is still attracting tons of thieves, according to a new report.
When outside temperatures are in the low 80s, a car’s interior can reach dangerous temperatures.
More Americans are taking on car loans and those loans are bigger than they’ve been in recent years.