Toyota is planning to launch a hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicle in the next few years. The company has been showing off the concept vehicle, the FCV-R, at some recent auto shows. Making the rounds Toyota has been making the rounds with is its hydrogen fuel cell concept car, the FCV-R. It was recently shown Read on! →


Mercedes-Benz recently decided that its 33-year-old G-class was in need of a facelift. The 2013 Mercedes-Benz G-class needs to look its best for April’s Beijing Motor Show, and the German automaker wants to put its best grille forward when the military-grade consumer SUV goes on sale in Europe in June and by the end of Read on! →


The U.S. division of Hyundai said that sales will slow on its wildly popular Elantra in the coming year. This prediction comes despite gains in sales last year. The reason for the expected drop, the company says, is that its Montgomery, Ala., plant will not be able to keep up with the demand. 2012 North Read on! →


There are few names bigger than Dave Smith Motors for car dealerships in the Inland Northwest, especially for Washington, North Idaho and Montana. Dave Smith Motors, in Kellogg, Idaho, is probably the best place to go for a new Chevrolet or new Chrysler, Jeep, and especially for a new Dodge. Dave Smith is after all Read on! →


In a move that has Ford employees in Claycomo, Mo., quite hopeful that their jobs will be safe, the automaker has stated that it plans to invest $400 million on upgrades to its Claycomo plant near Kansas City. Reuters reports that the move will enable Ford to build a new vehicle there. The vehicle in Read on! →


Dodge put up a teaser website some time ago to give a tantalizing look at the new Dodge Dart, a compact sedan. The car, based partially on an Alfa Romeo, was recently unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show. It is the east and Giulietta is the sun As part of Fiat acquiring the bulk of Read on! →


A recent study among the leading brands of automobiles found that the majority of American consumers see very little difference between most makes and models. All of the major automotive players engineer for efficiency, power and safety, effectively leveling the playing field for most consumers. Toyota, Ford, Honda and Chevy still top brands The Consumer Read on! →


General Motors LLC is recalling nearly 45,000 units of its sporty subcompact Sonic from the model year 2012. The Sonic recall is over what it calls a safety issue. Others, however, may view the issue as little more than an annoyance. The 2012 Chevy Sonic recall The windshield washing system may be faulty in some Read on! →


Don’t think it won’t happen to you — or someone you want to impress. One morning, your car won’t start when you need it to. Rather than calling for help, however, you can be prepared for this situation. If you have jumper cables and can tell the difference between red and black and the plus 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! →