After the end of the brand was announced last year, Pontiac has officially ceased to exist. The brand was jettisoned along with other under-performing brands under the GM banner. Other casualties included Hummer and Saturn, among others. Pontiac had more than 70 years of history.  The brand was especially well known for delivering classic muscle Read on! →


The redesigned 2012 Hyundai Azera is now on the market, reports Automotive News. The luxury sedan costs $6,600 more than the previous year’s model, but the addition of more upscale features, horsepower and stylistic flourishes help make up the difference. Including shipping, Hyundai’s new Azera starts at $32,875. Azera luxury means comfort For a luxury Read on! →


As the nation’s highways crumble, some way has to be found to repair them but the hitch is that everyone hates taxes. However, a recent study has found some people might be willing to pay higher taxes for road projects under certain circumstances. A taxing problem [For The Utmost Discount For A New Or Pre-Owned Read on! →


Toyota and other Japanese automakers appeared to have their act together when compared with their American counterparts. However, the recent Toyota recall has shown that trouble translates just fine into Japanese auto speak. Over five million cars were pulled from sales floors worldwide due to small accelerator pedal issues that could cause sudden acceleration. Now, Read on! →


Ohio auto dealers Jack Maxton Chevrolet and Auto Direct did not participate in transactions with Ohio State University athletes that violated state law, reports The Columbus Dispatch. According to investigators from the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles, no irregularities were detected in how the dealerships reported vehicle sales to Ohio State athletes and family members. 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! →


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! →