Plug-in electric cars will depreciate more dramatically over five years than their conventional counterparts.
The number of U.S.-built cars and trucks being exported is expected to break records.
Chevrolet debuts its SS sedan with a 415-horsepower engine with a starting prices of nearly $45,000.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety on Thursday announced that 39 vehicles have qualified for its 2014 safety designations, Top Safety Pick+ and Top Safety Pick.
The most fuel-efficient new cars and trucks in the U.S. are made by Mazda, the Japanese car manufacturer with North American headquarters in Irvine, Calif., according to the EPA.
Honda on Thursday unveiled its new Vezel compact SUV in Japan, with release in the U.S. slated for sometime after 2014.
Ford had a banner 2013 and will debut 23 global vehicles next year but investors still have concerns.
An upgraded C7 Corvette from Hennessey Performance reached 200.6 mph on a stretch of the Grand Parkway west of Houston, as verified by Texas state troopers armed with radar guns.
Retiring General Motors CEO Dan Akerson says the government bailout of his company was a net gain for taxpayers, even though they lost $10.5 billion in the deal, so company has no plans to make good on the loss.
The holiday season normally is a good time to buy a sedan, truck or SUV as dealers clear out old models and sales people feel pressure to meet year-end targets.
Five General Motors factories, including its assembly plant in Flint, Mich., will soon share in a $1.3 billion investment so they can make higher-quality pickup trucks and new fuel-efficient engines and transmissions.
U.S. automaker Ford Motor Co. said Friday it was preparing for a growth spurt in 2014.
Model year 2012 vehicles sold in the United States achieved a record high of 23.6 miles per gallon, the Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday.
The Hyundai Santa Fe applies the name of a popular midsize crossover to a new bigger six- or seven-passenger family hauler.
You can see the construction signs and dirt mounds from the road, but Frank DeLuca thinks the best way to show what's going on at his Toyota dealership is to view it from on high.