Tesla reduces prices on Models S and X amid stock slump

Faced with a slumping stock price and questions about demand for its vehicles, Tesla has lowered the U.S. base prices of its two most expensive models.

Ford is cutting 7,000 white-collar jobs

Ford is cutting 7,000 white-collar jobs, about 10% of its salaries workforce.

Ford is cutting 7,000 white-collar jobs

Ford is cutting 7,000 white-collar jobs, about 10% of its salaries workforce.

Motormouth: Tight lug nut solution has one flaw

Columnist Bob Weber answers all your car questions.

Motormouth: Tight lug nut solution has one flaw

Columnist Bob Weber answers all your car questions.

Putting the Altima, Mazda6, and Accord head to head

The Nissan Altima gets a redesign for 2019, along with new engines and plenty of new features. It is set to compete with the Honda Accord and Mazda6, both similarly sized and priced. How do the three compare? First of two parts.

Putting the Altima, Mazda6, and Accord head to head

The Nissan Altima gets a redesign for 2019, along with new engines and plenty of new features. It is set to compete with the Honda Accord and Mazda6, both similarly sized and priced. How do the three compare? First of two parts.
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Will Trump’s China trade war kill Polestar’s plan to take on Tesla in the U.S.?

If the trade war between China and the U.S. gets much worse, the Polestar 2 — which will be made at a factory in Luqiao, China — might not be sold in the U.S. at all.

US agency probes whether GM pickup recall went far enough

U.S. highway safety regulators are investigating whether General Motors went far enough when it recalled about 3,000 small pickup trucks in 2016.

Motormouth: No matter what the cost, replace burnt-out headlights immediately

Columnist Bob Weber answers all your car questions.

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2019 BMW X4M: A hot-rod hatchback crossover

The 2019 BMW X4M purports to be a superfast crossover. And while it certainly fits the “superfast” designation, that cutoff hatchback roof slices passenger and storage space,

Heidi Stevens: Obviously I’m not writing a farewell column to a car. That would be ridiculous

Certainly I’m not sentimental about a 2008 Honda CR-V with a cracked tail light and 170,000 miles and a dented passenger side door and a rusty wheel well held together with automotive tape.

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VW’s Golf R classes up the super-fun GTI

Volkswagen has added more horsepower, a classier interior, and all-wheel drive to its GTI hatchback. The result may not be that much faster, but sometimes it's about more than speed.

Motormouth: Still a good idea to cool off a turbocharged engine

Columnist Bob Weber answers all your car questions.

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The Renegade is an Italian-flavored Jeep: A taste of Olive Garden

The 2019 Jeep Renegade offers a lot for a low price, but not among those offerings would be quick acceleration. Still, it's probably enough Jeep for most buyers.

'They love calling out their parents': How advocates think kids can help end distracted driving

A Delaware County father who lost his daughter to a distracted driver hopes elementary schools nationwide will soon use his curriculum to teach kids about safety.

U.S. expands probe into air bag failures to 12.3M vehicles

U.S. auto safety regulators have expanded an investigation into malfunctioning air bag controls to include 12.3 million vehicles because the bags may not inflate in a crash.

Even light rain increases your risk of a deadly car crash

A new study finds that even when the rain is just a drizzle it increases your risk of a fatal car crash by 27 percent

Tesla CEO plans to hand the car keys to robots next year

Tesla CEO Elon Muck foresees company's electric cars turning the controls over to robots beginning next year.

Motormouth: Remember, the squeaky wheel gets the grease

Columnist Bob Weber answers all your car questions.

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