This year is the beginning of a resurgent General Motors. The company has begun posting profits again, after it had to take billions in loans from the U.S. and Canadian governments. While in the midst of a brief period of bankruptcy protection, General Motors has begun shedding the under erforming brands. There is also a Read on! →


There are a bevy of rip-off artists operating everywhere, in every nation and in every state, at every moment. Naturally, this extends to the buying and selling of cars, so consumers should always be vigilant of used car scams. Number of used car scams trending upward No matter what commodity might be involved, the presence Read on! →


The amount you pay at the dealership before you drive that new car home is only the beginning. The true cost of ownership of a vehicle is not so obvious on the face of it, no matter how shrewdly you dealt with that pushy salesman. But determining the true cost of ownership can be greatly Read on! →


While some organizations release early reports of the most stolen vehicles, the National Insurance Crime Bureau’s list of the most stolen vehicles of 2010 is the official word. For the third straight year, the 1994 Honda Accord takes the crime cake. Weak security and in-demand parts attract many car thieves. Thieves target Accord, Civic and Read on! →


Motorists in central Florida have crashed cars into post office s eight times since the beginning of the year. Officials at the United States Postal Service want them to stop. Please. Eight crashes into post offices All eight of the crashes are unrelated, by all accounts. Most occurred because the driver hit the accelerator when Read on! →


The new Chevy Volt lithium-ion battery is what General Motors is counting on for its future. GM announced Wednesday that the Volt’s lithium-ion battery is going to be guaranteed for eight years or 100,000 miles, depending on which comes first. Battery for Chevy Volt is different from other cars The warranties on GM’s conventional car Read on! →


Kia has announced it is taking the redesigned Cee’d compact hatchback to the Geneva Motor Show. A new Cee’d for Europe likely means that a new Forte is coming down the pike for Yankees. Rebranding based on place Many car makers sell cars in the United States under different names than they have overseas. There Read on! →


Honda Motor Co. has announced that it will increase production at its Honda Manufacturing of Indiana plan in the city of Greensburg by 25 percent, or 50,000 units. Reports indicate that the plant, which currently employs 2,000 people, will be the first to produce the latest incarnation of the Honda Civic Hybrid by early 2013. Read on! →


Decades ago, international budget car brand Datsun was killed off by corporate parent Nissan. Datsun was the name Nissans were sold under internationally. Nissan has just announced that Datsun is back and will be sold in “emerging markets.” The return of the prodigal eco-box For decades, Nissan sold cars internationally under the Datsun brand name, 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! →