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Geneva Car Show: Electrics Buzz but Gas-Guzzlers Still Shine

By David McHugh and Jamie Keaten | Mar 7, 2018

This year's Geneva auto show is crowded with new cars flaunting electric and autonomous technologies meant to help unclog city streets and fight global warming and air pollution.

Ford Says Some Rangers Should Be Parked Due to Air Bag Death

By Tom Krisher | Jan 15, 2018

Ford is telling owners of about 2,900 Ranger small pickup trucks not to drive them after finding out that an exploding Takata air bag inflator killed a driver in West Virginia.

SUVs Are Main Attraction at L.A. Auto Show

Nov 29, 2017

The floor at this year's Los Angeles Auto Show will look a lot like America's roads: Full of SUVs.

Summertime Blues: July Sees Big Decline in U.S. Auto Sales

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Aug 8, 2017

July saw the biggest year-over-year decline in U.S. vehicle sales so far this year, leaving automakers to hope that consumers are just waiting to pounce on Labor Day deals.

Edmunds: Last Year's Models Are This Summer's Bargains

By Ed Hellwig | Jul 21, 2017

Buying a new car, truck or SUV that is about to be replaced by a new, redesigned model might seem like a bad idea. Actually, it's one of the best times to negotiate a good deal.

Edmunds: For Father's Day, Take Dad Car-Shopping

By Matt Jones and Ron Montoya | Jun 15, 2017

Forget the cologne. For this Father's Day, help Dad get what he really wants: A new car.

Wheels to Watch: New Kia Sports Sedan; SUVS from GM, VW

Jan 10, 2017

From hot-selling SUVs of all sizes to the a redesign for the Toyota Camry, the top-selling car in the U.S., the 2017 North American International Auto Show has a diverse lineup of new vehicles.

2017 Infiniti Q60 is Re-Engineered for Power and Style

By Ann M. Job | Dec 31, 2016

Infiniti has re-engineered its Q60 coupe for 2017, giving it more sculpted and sexy styling, three turbocharged engines and more features than ever, including various selectable steering modes.

U.S. Closes Probe of Jeep Automatic Braking; No Recall Sought

By Tom Krisher | Oct 3, 2016

U.S. safety regulators have closed a yearlong investigation into the Jeep Grand Cherokee's automatic braking system without seeking a recall.

A Selection of Hot Cars Seen at the North American International Auto Show's Press Preview

By Mike Halterman | Jan 31, 2016

The North American International Auto Show will have wrapped up by the time this issue is in your hands (or online, or on our app), but the world's largest auto manufacturers revealed their most innovative new models to the press in a grand preview.

Wheels to Watch: Mercedes, Ford, Buick Show New Vehicles

Jan 12, 2016

Automakers plan to debut 45 new vehicles at this year's North American International Auto Show in Detroit, which opens to the public Jan. 16. Here are some of the buzz-worthy new cars and trucks at the show.

Key Things to Know About the Detroit Auto Show

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Jan 11, 2016

The North American International Auto Show opens next week in the Motor City. Automakers will debut around 45 new production vehicles and experimental concept cars during the media preview Monday and Tuesday.

Hot Cars at This Year's Los Angeles Auto Show

Nov 19, 2015

Automakers are showing off in California because it's a hot market. It leads other states in new vehicle sales, according to IHS Automotive, and sales there are expected to hit their highest level in a decade this year.

Vettel Wins Action-Packed Hungarian GP Ahead of Red Bulls

By Jerome Pugmire | Jul 29, 2015

Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel won an action-packed Hungarian Grand Prix for the first time on Sunday, while Nico Rosberg saw his chance to catch Lewis Hamilton in the title race disappear with a puncture near the end.

Old Car City: The Fine Art of Dilapidation

Old Car City: The Fine Art of Dilapidation

Jul 26, 2015

Nestled in a north Georgia forest, over 4,000 classic cars deteriorate in a 32 acre junkyard museum. Owner Walter Dean Lewis' parents started the business in 1931 as an auto parts store. "I like to say I work for tomorrow," he says.

Germany's 'Green Hell' Links Car Racing with Nature and History

By Monika Scislowska | Jul 13, 2015

Race drivers call it "The Green Hell" and it has taken dozens of drivers' lives, but Germany's Nuerburgring car-racing track offers unparalleled excitement for car racing fans.

Restoration Students Do Wheel Nice Work on Vintage Rides

By Michael Rubinkam | Jul 8, 2015

You have to expect some car trouble when you ride a one-of-a-kind classic like the 1916 Scripps-Booth Model D, which, after all, hadn't been driven since 1959 - until students at Pennsylvania College of Technology in Williamsport got it back on the road.

IndyCar CEO: Rules Package was Off for Fontana Race

By Jenna Fryer | Jul 2, 2015

The CEO of IndyCar said that the series went too far with the rules package for last weekend's race at California, where many drivers sharply criticized what they said was dangerous pack racing.

Drivers Set to Ask Fans How to Make Formula 1 More Exciting

By Jerome Pugmire | May 22, 2015

Formula One drivers will ask fans for their views on how to improve the sport as part of an increased effort to make racing more exciting.

Ford Unveils New Taurus Influenced by China

Apr 28, 2015

With its newest Taurus, Ford is joining the race to appeal to Chinese business buyers by offering bigger, more luxurious back seats.

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