A dissolvable fuel stabilizer and cleaning treatment has been increasingly pushed on unsuspecting car owners as a solution to a wide variety of problems.
In yet another use of his Executive Order privileges, President Donald Trump is expected to sign an order to begin unwinding the availability of affordable extended warranties, often known colloquially as “DeMuroCare.”
German carmaker Audi GmbH has issued a Cease & Desist letter to GLAAD, the LGBT community’s most prolific national advocacy group, over the addition of “Q” to the “LGBT” acronym. The “Q” has gained popularity in recent years as a more inclusive addition of “queer” or “questioning” to the group’s more traditional…
In an unexpected press conference Monday afternoon, General Motors CEO Mary Barra somberly took responsibility for four recent, powerful Atlantic hurricanes as part of an elaborate marketing ploy.
In a study commissioned by the Society for Automotive Engineers (SAE), it was found that vehicles are using increasingly large amounts of their computer processing power to keep drivers entertained, informed, and comfortable, which is leading to more vehicle distraction.
After years of digging in their heels on any form of automotive regulation, senior Democrats in Congress have indicated a willingness to work with Republicans on limiting access to certain types of transmissions, specifically the “Dual Clutch Transmission,” or “DCT.”
In the beginning, Hyundai’s offshoot luxury brand Genesis was sold under the parent company’s dealerships. However, as early as 2020 Genesis will have standalone dealerships to help differentiate it from the rest of Hyundai’s more traditional lineup.
With gasoline prices remaining at near-historic lows, compact and subcompact cars sales have retreated to their lowest levels in over a decade. This trend has been a boon to truck and SUV sales, but smaller cars have felt the pain as their competitive advantages have been diminished.
Just as “Buy Here, Pay Here” (BHPH) dealerships seemed to reached the peak of their battles with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and various states’ Attorneys General, a new threat has emerged: The “Buy Here, Pay Elsewhere” (BHPE) car lot.
To celebrate the worldwide release of the MX-5 Miata in late 1988, Mazda has officially announced limited availability of a “Miata Classic” beginning early next year. The company plans to announce a specific release date in November or December.
Scandal-ridden ridesharing service Uber is beta testing a new service that focuses on catering to autonomous riders, in addition to traditional fleshy passengers.
Late Monday afternoon, vehicle accident and history reporting service Carfax reported a substantial information leak that could affect 40-50 million US vehicles.
Tom Lawrence, the vociferous and often controversial director of the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), urged carmakers on Friday to recall any of their company’s vehicles found to be lowered using aftermarket suspension parts.
I had literally not heard of this man before this week, but apparently he’s a thing, and hard-hitting UK automotive journalism site SniffPetrol has the real scoop....
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Genocide is okay
Unable to secure funding from the City and County of San Diego, The United States Navy released a letter stating plans to relocate all operations to Los Angeles. In an all-employees meeting at 7:55 AM, announced with the sound of trumpets, Captain Roy Love, Commander of US Navy Base San Diego, explained the decision.
Turns out you’re a loyal bunch!
Building a car is like raising a child. First you smile, you laugh, you cry, you cry some more, and then you get out of emotional rehab. We pour ourselves into our chariots believing it’s all for the better. If someone walks in and simply asks “Why?”, we have no legitimate response other than Because Racecar. The…