Japanese brands, led by Lexus, Subaru and Mazda, continue to dominate Consumer Reports' rankings of the best light vehicles on the market, claiming “top pick” honors in seven out of 10 product segments and capturing the top seven spots for overall brand reliability and...
Volkswagen plans to unveil the production version of the next-generation GTI hatchback at the Geneva Motor Show next week, giving the first glimpse of the high-performance Golf variant that will debut in Europe this May.
Hyundai has agreed to settle consumer lawsuits stemming from overstated fuel economy ratings for some 600,000 Hyundai vehicles sold in the United States. Financial terms of the tentative deal were not disclosed in a filing made by consumer attorneys in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
The Treasury Department should reevaluate total compensation for employees in companies that were bailed out and apply guidelines that will curb excessive pay, said Christy Romero, the special inspector general for the Troubled Asset Relief Program.
The American Recovery Association, an association of remarketing and recovery professionals that specializes in locating and repossessing vehicles on behalf of lenders, has merged with National Finance Adjusters, an organization that specializes in education for collateral recovery and liquidation...
Nissan aims to buff its sporty image with a gleaming new headquarters for its Nismo tuner sub-brand, a return to Le Mans with an electrified racer and plans for an even higher performance Nismo-badged GT-R sports car.
Nissan just announced it will return to the 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race with a car sporting the brand's signature “electric powertrain.” But is it really a pure electric vehicle, such as the Leaf -- boasting the technology Nissan has staked its reputation on?
Fiat will give the 500L Trekking a European debut at the Geneva auto show. The new car will compete in Europe against subcompact SUVs such as the Opel/Vauxhall Mokka, Ford EcoSport, Peugeot 2008 and Renault Captur.
Toyota will expand its model lineups in Russia and Ukraine by adding the U.S.-built Venza to the mix. The world's largest automaker will begin shipments of the wagon later this year as a way to generate added revenue for its U.S. operations.
UK partsmaker GKN predicted another gloomy year for Europe's recession-hit car markets, saying the company would have to rely on the United States and Asia for growth again this year. In 2012, group pretax profit rose 19 percent to 497 million pounds ($751 million), the company said on Tuesday.