A roundup of the best and worst carmakers, from Japan, Detroit and Europe.
Hybrids and diesel engines get a lot of hype. But do they really save money?
The best cars, based on driveability, safety and reliability.
General Motors plans to unload the unprofitable Saab.
A commuter's eye view of transit in a recession.
When American consumers start buying new cars again, they'll likely find fewer combinations of moon roofs, seat upholstery and stereo systems to choose from. As with better fuel economy, it's a case of U.S. automakers taking a cue from their Japanese counterparts.
Crude oil prices have fallen to new lows for this year. So you'd think gas prices would sink right along with them.
You're probably not about to buy a car just for its newfangled gadgets. But it's still OK to look!
What makes the most sense for you?
Two-wheelers are cheap, fuel efficient and cool.