American trucks and SUVs dominate the new list of vehicles that are most frequently stolen in the U.S.
Electric cars used to be expensive niche vehicles for celebrities. Now, Nissan and GM are competing to sell their electric cars to middle-class America.
Once the poster child for sport utility vehicles, Ford’s redesigned Explorer is no longer an SUV.
The price gap between traditional cars and battery-electric cars may be closing.
What’s best: a new car or a used one? There’s a third alternative that may offer the best combination of “newness” and affordability.
Consumers with good credit are taking advantage of zero-percent auto financing deals, and they aren't the only consumers getting good deals.
As electric car production grows, so do jobs in design, engineering and assembly.
To improve gas mileage, automakers are tweaking cars and trucks between model years, especially in the cost-conscious and popular market for sedans.
Corvette owners could soon be revving up an engine they built with their own hands.
New car shoppers beware: This year you may be paying a bit more than you expected.