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The average fuel economy for a new car in the U.S. is 25 mpg. That's far less than the 121 mpg-equivalent of the Scion iQ EV, which is the most fuel-efficient...
When BMW brings its all-electric i3 to the U.S. next spring, its green cred won't rely solely on a zero-emissions powertrain. Its thermoplastic bodywork...
I went for a spin in the Volkswagen Group's future this week.
The Lexus IS sport sedan for 2014 has been redesigned inside and out, with more interior room and a bolder exterior, including the easily recognizable large spindle grille.
The four-star 2014 Jeep Cherokee is probably the most technically sophisticated SUV ever built. That it remains true to Jeep's go-anywhere heritage and...
If the spirit of giving - or of treating yourself - has inspired you to buy a car this holiday season, you're in luck. Many local auto dealerships are overflowing with sedans, trucks and SUVs, so there are deals to be had.
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.
The line between old-school automotive engineering and gee-whiz technology has blurred so much that Toyota Motor Co. won't unveil its upcoming hydrogen fuel-cell "concept car" at an auto show but instead at the mecca of tech gadgetry, January's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
DETROIT (AP) - Kettering University President Robert McMahan was traveling in China a few months ago when he bumped into one of the university's board members at an airport in Shanghai.
Forget James Bond. Aston Martin's most powerful convertible ever is the automotive embodiment of David Beckham – an impeccable physical specimen endowed with the rare combination of pretty boy good looks and athletic prowess so exceptional it's difficult to believe.
Mazda isn't like other car companies. The small automaker is determined to carve its own niche in an industry dominated by giants. Right or wrong, Mazda charts its own course.