Gas prices in our recessionary age continue to make consumer see red, such is the expense of operating the internal combustion engines that spin the wheels of commerce and leisure. However, experts are now predicting that an economic respite is headed our way. The Detroit Free Press reports that fuel costs will likely drop below Read on! →


A bold vision of the modern hatchback, the 2012 Hyundai Veloster brings sleek form and aggressive detail to its three-door layout. Both sporty in appearance and convenient with an oversized third door, the Elantra-based FWD Veloster’s engine performance hasn’t wowed all critics. The features and overall driving performance have combined to make it a Hyundai Read on! →


Various automakers over the years have tried to make amphibious vehicles that are equally at home on land and at sea. Few have succeeded, but Suzuki just showed off a Grand Vitara Marine concept car. Purely for show at auto show Recently, the Specialty Equipment Manufacturer’s Association or SEMA, concluded its annual auto show. The Read on! →


Ford has expanded an ongoing recall of the Windstar minivan to include an additional 27,000 vans in Virginia that may have cracked axles or axle mounting brackets. The issue is with road salts, which corrode components and has resulted in a number of recalls from different manufacturers. Cracking axle recall expands In 2010, according to Read on! →


Nissan has long been synonymous with dependable, fuel-efficient cars that are sensible and decently priced. However, the company has been making some serious waves lately with some insanely fast and innovative race cars. From the makers of the Skyline When most people think of a Nissan they usually think of something like the Altima, a Read on! →


Several U.S. and off-shore-based automakers have announced recalls this week for issues affecting the transmission, head restraints and brake lights. Nissan recall The U.S. arm of Nissan Motor Co. is recalling some 2012 Versa models over issues with the transmission that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says could cause collisions or be a threat Read on! →


April car sales figures are being released, and domestic automakers appear to have made out like bandits. Ford, Chrysler and General Motors all experienced considerable sales increases as higher gas prices sent consumers looking for more fuel efficient vehicles. However, sales of hybrid models were not behind the rise in sales. Crossovers boost April sales Read on! →


Volkswagen’s plans to build a two-seater turbodiesel convertible roadster, the Blue Sport, have been on-again, off-again since the concept first appeared at  the 2009 Detroit auto show. Now it looks as if those plans could fade entirely. The German automaker says it just doesn’t see the kind of projected sales numbers it needs to justify Read on! →


A concept from the Tokyo Motor Show, the SIM-LEI by boutique firm SIM Drive, has some interesting features for an electric car. It could be everything an electric car could really be. Corvette fast with no gas needed Electric cars are hampered by a few things. Firstly, the only models fast enough to be exciting Read on! →


Luxury SUVs are a huge business, but the companies that make them are hurting due to private SUV exporting. Straw buyers purchase vehicles in First World countries and ship them to other markets to sell or deliver to customers who purchase them, and the auto industry is not amused. SUV exporting is why Land Rover Read on! →