There are a number of automotive testing parameters the world over, but among the most curious is the moose test, employed by a number of countries with such critters. The ungainly ungulates may seem a joke subject, but believe it or not the test is incredibly valid. Moose test up there with crash test for Read on! →


Faulty brakes have prompted Subaru of America to halt sales of three flagship 2012 vehicles, reports Automotive News. Sales of the 2012 Subaru Impreza, Legacy and Outback ceased as of Friday, Nov. 25, after approximately 130 dealership complaints were filed regarding faulty brakes. Increased brake pedal travel leads to Subaru headache Subaru’s parent company, Fuji Read on! →


You don’t have this kind of money to spend on a car, no way, no how. In a private transaction that was listed among high-end vehicle sales on the boutique classic car auction site Anamera.com, an apple-green 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO that was made for race driver Stirling Moss sold for a record $35 million. Read on! →


The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced a Honda Accord recall that will affect nearly 600,000 midsize cars in the U.S. and Canada. The recall is over a deteriorated power steering hose that has the potential of causing an engine fire. One engine fire prompts Honda Accord recall The recall affects Accords from the Read on! →


If you’re still driving too slowly at this point, stop it. Get up to speed or leave the roadway to the capable adults. Click if you missed PART 1 or PART 2 of this article. Roadway hazard No. 4 – Old people Respect for one’s elders is admirable, but that social construct flies out the Read on! →


Tuesday Fisker unveiled its new Surf hybrid wagon, the latest addition to the Karma line, at the Frankfurt auto show. The car appeals to environmentally conscious drivers with families. It offers a stylish yet family-friendly design. The company’s new flying brake The Surf is the new “flying brake” incarnation of Fisker’s 2010 range-extended electric vehicle, Read on! →


For the past few years, Honda has been continually recalling various models for airbags that can deploy too forcefully and injure or kill drivers. It began in 2008, and the recall was just expanded again. Biggest recall in living memory In 2008, Honda announced a recall of certain models because of a defect in the Read on! →


The last Ford Mustangs of the current generation are rolling off the line, and as a tribute, Shelby is offering 50 buyers the option of a Super Snake Signature Edition. The limited number of conversion packages will turn the already bonkers Shelby GT500 into a truly insane performance car. Secret to new Super Snake is Read on! →


For decades, the U.S. auto industry moved forward in leaps and bounds when it came to designing cars that could get consumers where they wanted to go faster, but it took a while for automotive safety technology to catch up. It wasn’t until 1959 that Congress required U.S. cars to have seat belts, in response Read on! →


Struggling auto finance company Ally Financial Inc. had a run-in with the FBI. The Detroit News reports that, according to a search warrant made public Monday, the FBI seized one of Ally’s computers from the company’s headquarters in Detroit, Mich. The reason for FBI involvement in the affairs of the taxpayer-backed company currently remains unknown Read on! →