The Hyundai Equus seems to be the luxury sedan that people never look at. However, Hyundai has sold more of them than the company expected, so it has been decided the car is going to receive a bonus in the form of a bigger V-8. Other sales prize was steak knives Unbenownst to many, Hyundai Read on! →


Not long ago, Subaru announced that the XV compact crossover on sale in Europe would be coming to America as the XV Crosstrek. The car was just debuted at the New York Auto Show. Serious little off-roader Last year, according to the Washington Post, Subaru debuted a compact crossover wagon/SUV called the XV, based on Read on! →


New reports show that auto sales remained brisk in March, hovering near the four-year high numbers seen in February. It is yet another sign of an improving economy and a thriving auto industry. Kia the most improved Kia Motors America showed the most improvement, making March its best month yet for U.S. sales. The South Read on! →


About a decade ago, Chevrolet launched the Avalanche, a half-truck, half-SUV that created a segment all its own: family haulers that doubled as utility vehicles. GM is pulling the plug on the model but is giving it a send-off with a Black Diamond trim. Created a craze Around the turn of the century, Chevrolet launched Read on! →


Mazda has announced a recall for models of the Tribute crossover SUV made between 2001 and 2002. Affected models have a fault in the brake master cylinder, which can leak fluid and potentially cause an electrical short and a fire. Tribute cannot escape issues of twin The Mazda Tribute, according to AutoBlog, shares the bulk Read on! →


A very popular type of sports car from the past few decades has been the “hot hatch,” or small hatchbacks tuned to deliver speed with fuel economy. A fast version of the Fiat 500, the Abarth 500, is set to debut in America in the near future. Tribute to Fiat racing history Italian auto firm Read on! →


For the most part in automotive media, the test drive is an avenue for entertainment; it is wish fulfillment. The floor of reviews makes it nearly impossible for consumers to pick out individual points of insight that will guide them toward a more fulfilling automotive purchase. Playboy 55th Anniversary cover model Irina Olhovskaya certainly won’t Read on! →


As the ongoing investigation of Toyota by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration of suddenly accelerating vehicles continues, a new piece of information has come to light. In fact, it comes straight from the mouth of the automaker’s executive vice president of research and development, Takeshi Uchiyamada. According to Automotive News, Uchiyamada has announced that Read on! →


As automakers vie to meet ever-increasingly stringent fuel economy standards, they are introducing a greater number of diesel cars. People are buying them, too, as sales of diesel cars have been picking up in recent months. Oil burners in vogue as sales of diesel cars increase More people are trying to squeeze every inch of Read on! →


Once upon a time, teenagers pined for the day they’d receive their drivers’ licenses; it was a right of passage. Today, a study by the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor finds that teen drivers would rather navigate the information superhighway than the interstate highway system. Simply put, U.S. teens of driving age prefer having Read on! →