Cadillac is debuting its new sedan, the XTS, at the Los Angeles Auto Show soon, and some pictures were leaked of the production model. The car will be replacing the STS and DTS sedans as the new full-size luxury car in the Cadillac lineup. New land-going yacht from Cadillac Cadillac has always been known for Read on! →


Ford has reached an unheard of production milestone.  A Ford Focus, built in one of its Asian plants, was the 350 millionth car made in the automaker’s 109 years. Ford Focus to the moon and back The counter started way back in 1903, with the first Model T ever produced. Now, after only 109 years, Read on! →


Ford’s cutting-edge touch-screen infotainment experience MyFord Touch will receive an upgrade by early next year, reports the Detroit Free Press. Complaints that the system is too slow and cluttered will reportedly be addressed by the new software build. Current owners of a MyFord Touch-equipped Ford vehicle will be able to upgrade free of charge. Tweaking Read on! →


Mazda has announced a recall for models of the Tribute crossover SUV made between 2001 and 2002. Affected models have a fault in the brake master cylinder, which can leak fluid and potentially cause an electrical short and a fire. Tribute cannot escape issues of twin The Mazda Tribute, according to AutoBlog, shares the bulk Read on! →


Have a need for speed but a budget for the bargain bin? Here are some fast, cheap cars that will run you $10,000 or less. Be aware that there are some surprises in this list, sandwiched in amongst some old favorites of the auto modding community. Are they cheap cars that are fast, or fast Read on! →


America’s major car rental companies, under pressure from consumers, have agreed to stop renting recalled cars before they have been fixed. Firms initially balked at not renting recalled cars Major car rental companies had initially balked at the idea of a legislated mandate, forcing them to keep recalled vehicles that have not yet undergone repairs Read on! →


Your car’s alternator is a generator. It’s the link between the gas tank and battery, converting mechanical energy from the serpentine belt into electrical energy that tops off the battery and powers on-board devices. It is important that your alternator works correctly, or the battery charge will run out more rapidly. Rather than becoming stranded, Read on! →


Ride sharing, a recent phenomenon where people voluntarily offer people rides in their own cars for a fee, is a huge point of contention with traditional taxi services and metropolitan governments. The legality is somewhat in question, but what’s at stake is the revenues associated with taxi cabs. Ride sharing beefs entirely about the money Read on! →


Booster seats are intended to keep children who are too large for car seats, but not yet adult sized, safe in cars. A new survey has found that many parents do not use booster seats in carpool situations, which can be very risky. Why booster seats Booster seats are an in between solution for children Read on! →


Automatic transmissions are subject of a bit of arms race of late, specifically concerning the number of transmission gears, as more gears tends to produce greater efficiency. However, Julio Caspari, head of ZF in North America, thinks the maximum number of gears will be reached soon. Transmission gears have come far in recent years Ever Read on! →