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The Jeep Cherokee is back, though no one recognizes the 2014 model - with sleek, modern styling, a long list of safety features, pleasant handling and comfortable on-road ride - as a Cherokee.
With eco-friendly cars taking center stage at the 2013 L.A. Auto Show, it was no surprise luxury carmakers wanted to tout their stuff too.
When Mini first rolled out the reborn Cooper in 2002, selling a small, fuel-efficient car – especially a pricey one selling itself on quirky styling – might not have seemed like the best idea.
Auto safety regulators are pushing for new equipment to protect motorists from their biggest threat: themselves.
An old country song laments the fact that "my hot tamale has gone chili on me." It could have been a song about minivans.
The newest generation of Toyota's San Antonio-built Tundra full-size pickup truck has arrived for 2014, sporting a new chiseled exterior design, a more-refined interior and plenty of new standard and optional technologies.
Each summer, herds of Bavarian cows are trekked to the Alpine meadows to feast on pastures lush from snowmelt. They are among the healthiest cows on the planet, which is why Rolls-Royce sources its leather exclusively from Bavarian cattle.
DETROIT (AP) - Americans proved last month that they're head over heels about small sport utility vehicles. They also wanted to buy more than just video game consoles and big-screen TVs on Black Friday.
LOS ANGELES – Automakers want to build as much functionality into dashboard screens as possible so that users never need to pick up their smartphones while driving. But along the way, a few very odd and unnecessary features have caught on in the infotainment systems of cars.
A look at the cars displayed at this year's Guangzhou Auto Show in southern China.
I test-drive close to 70 new vehicles in the course of a year. Most of them are pretty good; they have to be, in an automotive marketplace where quality is the price of admission.