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Audi AG delivered more cars than Bayerische Motoren Werke AG's namesake brand through the first two months of 2014 to nab the global lead in luxury-car sales.
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Ford sales in China rose 67% in February from a year ago and surged 73% for the first two months.
The age of the 4G connection comes to the car this month -- and with it the promise of a whole level of personal computing while driving.
Not that long ago, finding a diesel car or truck - a truck with fewer than 18 wheels, anyway - on an American highway was about as rare as an icy road in July.
Audi has attached a price to the new in-vehicle 4G LTE connectivity that will debut in the automaker's 2015 A3 sedan.
At 8 a.m., a DPS trooper stopped a 2013 Toyota Camry for speeding over 100 mph, on US 84 near Post in Garza County.
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)
From The Car Connection : 2014 Mazda 3 Video Road Test The Mazda 3 has always been one of the best-driving compact cars.
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.
Infiniti's Q50 Eau Rouge sedan is just a concept car for now, but it looks likely to head to production.
A year ago, Ford did the logical thing - redesigning the popular Escape, something that hadn't been done since 2008.
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.
To celebrate Shenetra Moses' college graduation, her mother pulled childhood photos dating to kindergarten into a poster board collage.
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.
After years on conceptualization and whispers, Maserati seems finally comfortable enough to begin work on its first SUV next year.