Green Car Journal recognized the Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid, the Honda HR-V and the Volvo XC90 with its prestigious Green Car Awards.
The Volvo XC90 sport utility vehicle has received the prestigious 2016 North American Truck/Utility of the Year.
Defying the laws of physics, a Range Rover was driven recently across a bridge made from paper.
General Motors has launched its own car-sharing program in the Big Apple called “Let’s Drive NYC.”
Car buyers are trading in their hybrids and electric cars for more gas-guzzling vehicles at a faster pace than ever before.
Want a new, customizable car? Check out car customization trends at the SEMA Show.
Driving an SUV or pickup may keep you safer in a car crash, but the damage caused could equal higher insurance rates.
Toyota recently corrected the electronic stability control problem in its Lexus GX 460 SUV that drew a “Do Not Buy” rating from Consumer Reports. The defect had previously made the SUV vulnerable to roll over in Consumer Reports tests. What’s interesting about this fix is that it shows off one of the strengths of the
Writing about the new Ford Explorer got me wondering about how I became so shamefully biased toward hatchbacks and station wagons over SUVs. Part of it, I’m sure, is that one side of my family, including my mom, is Swedish. Euros are completely head-over-heals in love with hatchback cars and station wagons. In Europe, “estates,”
The upcoming 2011 Ford Explorer, far from being the traditional SUV it appears to be, is actually leading a double life. It’s public face is a flagship American SUV, posturing about off-roading, mountain biking and kayaking in ads. But truth be told, it would rather be driving sedately down a nice suburban road somewhere, loaded