Toyota has announced a massive worldwide recall of various Toyota and Lexus models from the 2004 to 2006 model years. The recall concerns the crankshaft pulley on the power steering pump in vehicles equipped with a V-6. Defect found in power steering pump pulley The Toyota Motor Corporation has announced a massive recall of more Read on! →


A new report has just been released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The report details the most-stolen new cars in the U.S., based on 2009 data. According to the report, the Camry and the Audi S8 topped the list. The least stolen car was the discontinued Mercury Mariner. Camry wins by sheer Read on! →


The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has released its list of Top Safety Picks. The list, which is compiled by submitting new cars for crash testing, has more cars on it than ever. List of safe cars growing every year Car makers have, over the years, become increasingly sensitive to the desire among consumers for Read on! →


Toyota has plans to begin exporting the new Toyota Camry to South Korea by January, reports the Detroit Free Press. U.S.-made Camrys will be exported. Stronger yen values and a desire for reciprocation after Americans purchased Kias and Hyundais helped fuel the decision. Sending 6,000 Camrys per year The 7,000 workers at the Toyota assembly Read on! →


The latest batch of crash tests by the government has just been released. The new ratings put the total number of stars up to 5. In the first round of testing, there were only two five-star vehicles. The BMW 5 series and the Hyundai Sonata were the only cars that got five stars in the Read on! →


A potentially faulty drive shaft is triggering a recall of some 2012 Honda Civic coupes and sedans. The automaker is voluntarily asking owners to return their vehicles to the dealer for a free fix. More than 50,000 Civics According to a bulletin published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on its website, more than Read on! →