A few oddballs out there have always wondered whether or not to get a kit car, for various reasons. However, for those who might consider taking the plunge, there are some pros and cons to kit cars that should be considered. Cars built in sheds Kit cars are a bit of a curiosity. They aren’t Read on! →


Most of the vehicles that are iconic of the U.S. Postal Service are in desperate need of an emergency delivery. The vehicles were designed with a 24-year life cycle, and are simply getting old. Agency reports say that replacing the entire fleet with similar vehicles would cost $4.2 billion. Is replacement the only option? Postal Read on! →


Every now and again, a feature will crop up in the automotive press about a new model of armored car that’s going on sale or heading to an auto show. Armored cars are fairly interesting, as is what information is available on sales outside of typical customers like governments. Most major carmakers do armored cars 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! →


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! →


Esquire magazine has named its Car of the Year for 2012. This time around, the 2013 Cadillac ATS sedan won the top honor. Esquire called it “perhaps the single most important thing Detroit has built in years.” 2013 Cadillac ATS has visceral appeal The Cadillac ATS is one of ten models that the GM luxury Read on! →


Recent U.S. studies indicate automakers will need to pay more attention to designing automotive safety devices to accommodate obese drivers, reports Wards Auto. In the event of a crash, the growing number of obese and aging drivers find themselves in a situation where weight and/or age pose greater risk to internal organs and bones as Read on! →


Honda has announced a recall of the Odyssey minivan, comprising 46,000 units in the U.S., from the 2008 and 2009 model years. The issue is with the lift struts on models equipped with the power-assisted rear doors, which can fail and possibly cause injuries. Gas leak from pneumatic arms A recall has been announced by Read on! →


E-85 fuel, a blend of ethanol and petroleum fuel, has been touted as a crossover fuel solution. E-85 fuel has had a rough start, but it can be a viable option for fueling your car. Understanding how E-85 is made, how it works and how it can be used is important in this changing fuel Read on! →