Volkswagen announced in 2010 that it was developing an electric version of the Golf that would be released in America in 2014. The electric Golf, or “E-Golf,” is still on track for a 2014 release in the U.S., after debuting in Europe. Still slated for production In 2010, according to Car and Driver, Volkswagen announced 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! →


When you’re looking into an auto loan, watch out for ones that use an old formula called the “Rule of 78s.” This is a method of calculating a rebate of finance charges when a customer repays their debt early. In actuality, the rebate ends up being a “sneaky prepayment penalty,” claims Bankrate.com. The loan-padding scheme, Read on! →


It’s not just about how clean your engine is or how few miles your car may have on the odometer. The color of your old car also helps determine its resale value. More exotic or trendy tones may also take more patience to move, in addition to a possible price cut. The color of resale Read on! →


Having a great car with bad tires is a recipe for ending up in a roadside ditch. You probably aren’t a professional stuntman, so don’t mess around. Learn why your tires are failing, and swap them out for quality rubber. It’s not just about flat tires Unless you run over a nail on the highway Read on! →


Reports are emerging of Jaguar cutting prices and adding more stuff to entice more buyers. Jaguar, the British luxury car brand, has not been selling too well in these United States and the company is expanding its range of engines and adding all-wheel-drive, a first, to certain models. Jaguar cutting prices to completely unaffordable, but Read on! →


You know it’s important to change your engine oil at regular intervals. In general, the older the vehicle, the more often the motor oil should be changed. However, what do the numbers and letters listed on that container of engine oil actually mean? With assistance from The Engine Oil Bible, Car Deal Expert helps you Read on! →


In a rare, regionally targeted recall campaign, General Motors Company is asking the owners of some of its crossover SUVs from various divisions to bring in their vehicles and have the windshield wipers looked at. Only owners who live in the northern states are affected. Recall targets colder regions The problem stems from a nut Read on! →


Most people think that in order to get 40 miles per gallon or better, one has to buy a hybrid. However, with the fuel efficiency arms race among car makers, there are a bevy cars that get 40 mpg without hybrid technology. CAFE racing The fuel efficiency arms race is partially thanks to rising CAFE Read on! →


Traffic fatalities may not be the leading cause of death in the United States, but they are among the most preventable, leading government officials to focus on reducing them. Early data from 2011 traffic fatalities indicates they have fallen to the lowest levels on record. Death in decline According to the Centers for Disease Control, Read on! →