The Fusion averages 23 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway, while its hybrid version gets 41 mpg in the city and 36 mpg on the highway.
This small car seats five and comes standard with a 2.0L Ti-VCT I4 that delivers both performance and efficiency.
Which is your pick, the Sonic hatchback or the Sonic sedan?
Popular with drivers, Toyota's 2012's crop of Camrys are as classic as ever.
When we think of the Ford Fiesta, we think fun, sporty and fuel-efficient.
Moody's Investors Service raised Ford's senior unsecured credit rating from Ba2 to Baa3, making it the second ratings agency to restore the automaker's investment-grade debt rating, ending a nearly seven-year period during which Ford paid higher junk bond interest rates.
Detroit's automakers should regain some of their lost market share with strong new vehicles coming to market over the next four model years, largely at the expense of the Korean carmakers, according to an annual auto industry analysis by Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Renault SA of France plans to adopt the cost-cutting measures of its partner, Nissan Motor Co., and standardize more of its auto parts, according to industry sources.
Former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland has a message for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney -- watch what you say.
Nissan Motor Phils. Inc. last week unveiled this gem of a car, the all-new Nissan Almera, which is a four-door sedan that boasts being the biggest in the subcompact segment.
The new four-year contract between the United Auto Workers union and Ford Motor company will create additional jobs onChicago's Far South Side, Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office said Tuesday.
The Obama administration's deal with automakers last week to double auto and
light-duty truck mileage by 2025 has fueled some high-octane
debate, with critics predicting increased car prices and supporters saying the
standards will spur badly needed innovation. Also, California is taking credit
for the whole thing.
U.S. owners of Saturn, Hummer and Pontiac brand General Motors cars have been courted and even bribed, but many are moving away from GM anyway, data shows.
President Obama was due Friday to
seal the government's sale of its remaining 6 percent equity in
carmaker Chrysler to Italy's Fiat SpA for $500 million.