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! →


Sixteen cities in nine countries are making a concerted effort to put six million electric vehicles on the road by 2020. A new report called the EV City Casebook is tracking those efforts and offers tips to other cities to reach those goals. The EV City Casebook The new report, published by the International Energy Read on! →


Despite having a turbulent time of things in the past year, Toyota has reason to smile. The Toyota Corolla, the company’s mid-size sedan, has finally swatted the Ford F-150 aside as the best selling car of all time. Hail to the chief The best selling cars of all time are rarely the most exciting. Instead, Read on! →


Origination of U.S. auto loans in the first quarter was particularly lively, according to a new report by Experian Automotive. Easier auto lending terms – some of the easiest since the dawn of the recent recession – have opened the door for auto lenders to make more auto loans to customers now considered safe credit Read on! →


Ford and Canadian Auto Workers have reached a tentative labor agreement that has saved jobs. Will the CAW achieve the same degree of success with General Motors and the Chrysler Group? Click if you missed PART 1 or PART 2 of this article. Canadian Auto Workers business shrinking rapidly in Ontario Since 2000, auto industry Read on! →


A recent study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration showed that two out of 10 drivers are texting behind the wheel. Half of all those who responded between the ages of 21 and 24 admitted to the act. This in spite of increasing state-wide bans. However, other figures indicate that the problem is even Read on! →


Mazda, along with every other car maker, is ditching its V-6 engines in lieu of four-cylinder motors. A few people were hoping that the swansong would be saved for the 2014 Mazda6, but alas, it is not going to happen. So long and thanks for the V-6 Mazda is known to be getting rid of Read on! →


When you’re purchasing a used car, it is important to protect your investment – no matter who you buy it from. A warranty on a used car is a best-case scenario, but it is important to know that there are several different types of used car warranties. When you are purchasing a used car from Read on! →


Alabama’s controversial new immigration law is the strictest in the nation. Last week, a German executive with  Mercedes Benz was stopped by Tuscaloosa police and arrested for not having proper identification. Many in the state are now questioning the immigration policy, fearing it may cost the state money from foreign-owned corporations. Jailed for not having Read on! →


A cleaner, greener automotive coolant has been approved by the Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA issued approval Tuesday for a new compound that carries far less “global warming potential” than the one currently in use. The new automotive refrigerant was originally developed to comply with European Union regulations. Eco-friendly, energy efficient coolant In a few Read on! →