Nissan has announced a recall for two of its cars for two different issues. The recall is for 2011 models of the Juke and Sentra. Issues in recalls are unrelated Two recalls have been announced by the Nissan Motor Company for two different cars, according to the Washington Post. The cars involved are 2010 and Read on! →

Volkswagen will unveil the E-Bugster, a next-generation concept of the iconic Beetle, at the 2012 Detroit Motor Show Monday. The chopped design houses a new electric drivetrain. The concept is part of VW’s bid to become the world’s leading automaker. Some, say, however, that the design, striking as it is, is wrong-thinking in today’s market. Read on! →

The American government has been steadily raising the Corporate Average Fuel Economy standards, requiring car makers to make more fuel efficient cars. They have been keeping pace; average fuel economy among car makers has risen by 20 percent since 2007, reaching 24.1 miles per gallon. The CAFE race In 1975, according to Car and Driver, Read on! →

The fight for dominance in the public service vehicle segment is on. Monday Chrysler introduced its new Dodge Durango Special Service SUV. The model, fitted to meet the needs of emergency services and law enforcement, is designed to compete directly with the Ford Police Interceptor Utility, based on the 2012 Explorer, and the Chevy Tahoe Read on! →

According the the CEO of General Motors, the American public is over its anger at the U.S. auto industry for accepting government bailouts in  2009. While the rise of the Occupy movement demonstrates a growing dissatisfaction from the public regarding the collaboration of government and big business, the automaker points to its own poll as Read on! →

Engines and materials may change, but the oldest vehicles still produced retain their distinctive identity. Even though the world’s oldest automaker still in existence – Peugeot – has produced cars since 1882, none of the original vintage are still made. Here are the oldest cars still in production, a testament to their craftsmanship and style. Read on! →

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating claims of power steering problems in some 2011 Ford Explorer SUVs. Simultaneously, the federal regulator is also looking into some Chrysler 200s from the same model year, because of alleged stalling problems. Fifteen complaints filed The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said on its website that 15 Read on! →

Triumph was one of the most famous makers of the archetypical British sports car, the moderately powered, light-on-its-feet convertible roadster. BMW owns the name and is reportedly mulling resurrecting it from the dead. German company taking over British brands BMW has taken over a number of brands, though interestingly enough, the Bavarian firm has been Read on! →