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March 10, 2014: CarFinance.com today released data on the top ten new and used vehicle choices for its below-prime car buyers for 2013. With below-prime car buyers predicted to be one of the driving forces behind U.S. auto sales growth in 2014 - and subprime auto loans accounting for more than half of used auto and a quarter of new-vehicle ... (more)
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The 2014 is a hot hatchback - or hot hatch, as it's sometimes called. It's really a meld of sedan, station wagon and sports car.
March 10, 2014: The all-electric car, to be driven by Brian Orr of sustainability consultants EV Matters Ltd, is to take part in the World Advanced Vehicle Expedition , which starts in Sindelfingen, Germany, on 31st May and ends at Rigi in Switzerland on 7th June.
A year ago, Ford did the logical thing - redesigning the popular Escape, something that hadn't been done since 2008.
Marines and sailors with 1st Battalion, 9th Marine Regiment, gathered to remember a fallen brother aboard Camp Leatherneck on Friday.
Mercedes-Benz CEO Dr Dieter Zetsche in Geneva, and the new S 65 AMG, S 600 and all new S-Class coupe As Mercedes-Benz showed off its luxury S-Class coupe at this week's Geneva Motor Show, the German company also revealed that it had bigger plans for its flagship model.
With its aerodynamic cab, the WAVE certainly doesn't look like any other large truck currently on U.S. roads.
But if you attend the custom and classic car show and don't stop to talk to the people behind the cars, you're doing yourself a disfavor.
Today's cars can park themselves, connect to your smartphone and warn about traffic in your blind spot, so why can't they keep snow and rain from pouring onto your head when you open the door? For decades, cars had 'drip rails' along each side of the roof to protect your head, upholstery and sanity from snow and icy water.
I know I'll likely to get into another Twitter spat over this but I am sticking to my guns: The current-gen Chevrolet Volt was not successful.
Auto ambitions are fueling both Apple and Google. Apple's technology is called CarPlay, enabling iPhones to plug into cars so drivers can call up maps, make calls and request music with voice commands or a touch on a vehicle's dashboard screen.
Car enthusiasts attending this weekend's Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance on Amelia Island, Florida are being treated to a rare display of historic BMWs, including the very first BMW Art Car.
Here's the good news about the ObamaCar known as the Chevy Volt: There haven't been any reported fires connected with the ObamaCar since the company recalled 8,000 of the electric vehicles-that's one in six vehicles.
The first Ford Mustang rolled off a Michigan assembly line 50 years ago Sunday. The News-Gazette's PAUL WOOD talked to some committed 'Stang fans to find out what endears them to the iconic car.
GENEVA , the center of international diplomacy, swung into action this week after Russia intervened in Ukraine, much like Tampa when the Shriners are in town.
Scott Lambert of the Minnesota Auto Dealers Association coordinated activity as 500 vehicles were brought into the Minneapolis Convention Center on Friday.