Since 2009, the Chinese auto market has been the global industry’s greatest frontier, which means that a great deal of research goes into which brands will fare well in the Middle Kingdom. Frequently, selling cars in China means changing the designs of popular models. A recent article in The Detroit Free Press notes that it’s Read on! →


A new report by the National Insurance Crime Bureau states that Chevrolet’s Corvette is one of the most often-stolen cars ever produced, especially the 1984 version. Be especially wary of your Corvette if you live in California. More than 10 percent stolen According to the NICB’s second annual Hot Wheels Classics report, Chevrolet has produced Read on! →


The U.S. Treasury under the Obama Administration has been part-owner of General Motors Co. for more than three years now. That association is not likely to end at any time in the foreseeable future, as the government is presenting no timetable for an exit. GM stock performing poorly Since its controversial Government-backed bankruptcy, the giant Read on! →


One size car does not fit all. However, if you’re a large person, these cars may be the right fit for you. They represent both quality and value, all the while providing the kind of roominess a larger person needs. Chevy Equinox 2LT The Chevy Equinox 2LT is highly adjustable, a necessity for large drivers Read on! →


The Porsche Panamera is a bit of an oddity, in that it is a full-bore sports car but is also a four-door full-size luxury sedan the size of a battleship. Porsche is known to be working on a smaller four-door, called the Pajun, which is confirmed for release in 2017. Smaller four-door car forthcoming from Read on! →


Cars.com has slugged it out with mountains of April sales data and returned with its list of the fastest and slowest selling cars of April. Although it lost some ranking from March, Toyota’s Prius Plug-In — only available for two months — is proving itself a rapidly rising star. Prius leads the hybrid pack With Read on! →


Laying rubber on a nation’s cultural heritage doesn’t sound like a great way to open the throttle for automotive sales, does it? Yet that’s exactly what Ferrari unintentionally did Monday atop a 600-year-old wall surrounding the ancient Chinese city of Nanjing. A Ferrari China dealership employee did doughnuts in a $950,000 458 Italia atop the Read on! →


Some unusual problems are nipping at the heels of a pair of European luxury automakers this week. The German car-maker BMW is issuing a pair of recall campaigns over emissions issues and problems with the head rest. Meanwhile, famed Italian sports car-maker Ferrari says that some of its Italia 458 and California models could get Read on! →


Chrysler is having a busy month. In two separate campaigns, it is recalling more than 120,000 sedans and minivans for issues involving the ABS/ESC control system and a potentially dangerous electric liftgate. Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger The largest of the campaigns calls back nearly 120,000 U.S.-owned Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger sedans from the Read on! →


Ford has expanded an ongoing recall of the Windstar minivan to include an additional 27,000 vans in Virginia that may have cracked axles or axle mounting brackets. The issue is with road salts, which corrode components and has resulted in a number of recalls from different manufacturers. Cracking axle recall expands In 2010, according to Read on! →