The 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe mid-size SUV stands out from the crowd for styling, ride, value, standard features and warranty.
The Chevy Tahoe SUV is thriving, thanks to updated styling, a more powerful V-8, improved second-row legroom and more towing capacity.
Ford is adding 350 jobs at the Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville because it can't make enough F-Series Super Duty pickup trucks to keep up with demand.
The North American International Auto Show opened its doors Saturday to the people who really matter: new-car shoppers who take their hard-earned money into showrooms.
General Motors' CEO-designate Mary Barra hosted her first giant product introduction Sunday night, unveiling the 2015 GMC Canyon midsize pickup with a boast that it's so impressive, it'll make the tiny small-truck market grow.
Ford introduced a new F-150 made with an aluminum alloy body that saves about 700 pounds and improves fuel economy.
Honda on Thursday unveiled its new Vezel compact SUV in Japan, with release in the U.S. slated for sometime after 2014.
The Hyundai Santa Fe applies the name of a popular midsize crossover to a new bigger six- or seven-passenger family hauler.
Toyota's RAV4 is putting a new twist on what's next with an engaging social media extension of its "RAV4: Ready 4 What's Next" interactive marketing campaign targeting Hispanic consumers.
Chrysler's net income rose 22 percent in the third quarter as strong sales of the Ram pickup and Jeep Grand Cherokee paved over weaknesses elsewhere in the group's lineup.
General Motors is increasing the sticker price of its base 2014 Chevrolet Silverado by nearly $2,100.
It's hard not to feel like a possum about to go SPLAT! when you stand in front of the grille of the new 2014 Chevrolet Silverado. The full-size pickup has that kind of visual impact.
Japanese carmaker Nissan intends to use its luxury Infiniti marque to make inroads on
Germany's premium carmakers.
GM gave the first sneak peek Thursday of the all-new
midsize pickup truck family it will start selling next year and confirmed the
pair will keep the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon nameplates.
Toyota Motor Corp. said Wednesday it is recalling about
370,000 of its pickup trucks due to a seat belt problem.