Every new year ushers in a new batch of cars, trucks and SUVs. For 2021, it’ll be trucks and SUVs dominating the news. Here are five expected to make a splash.
Allstate is reducing auto insurance rates for Illinois policyholders by an average of 5%, according to filings with the state Department of Insurance.
Ford Motor Co.'s new electric Mustang Mach E is the North American Utility Vehicle of the Year, and the company's F-150 pickup won top truck honors.
2020 was tough on many industries, but the auto industry actually saw some bright spots. Here's a look at some of the biggest trends.
These cars, trucks and SUVs rank at the top of their class for 2021.
Experts say elation over electric vehicles hit a peak in 2020 as other businesses stumbled in the pandemic. Here's a look at the vehicles' breakout year.
If you need a vehicle that can handle wintry weather, there’s no reason to restrict your search to SUVs. Here are five favorites from experts.
The pandemic initially slowed car sales, but now many are making expensive new-car buys. Here are cars that can be financed for less than $399 a month.
There’s a good chance your car has been sitting idle a lot more this year than usual. Here's what to do to prepare your car for the snowy season.
Autonomous vehicles are, alas, still in the future. Here's why you can’t buy a self-driving car today and a place you’re likely to find them first.
Tips for protecting your car and minimizing winter car problems
One of the most significant steps Biden could take to reduce greenhouse gas emissions would to be reinstate tough nationwide rules for auto emissions and mileage standards that were put in place under the Obama administration and that essentially mirrored regulations already in effect in California. These rules are important because transportation is a top source of planet-warming gases. When they were put in place, they were considered one of the nation’s most successful efforts to combat climate change.
October is the time when automakers kill off unpopular cars. So let's remember the departed before they go on to rust in peace.
You may have heard some tips or myths about the value of your car. But are they true? Experts analyzed car value myths to find the truth behind them.
RV and trailer sales increased this summer amid the pandemic. But what’s the best vehicle to tow them? Here are five highly rated crossover SUVs.
A guide from U.S. News and World Report lists the best new and used vehicles for teen drivers.
Crossover utility vehicles, or CUVs, are more popular than sedans, but they typically cost more. Here are some less expensive CUV options.
The over-caffeinated look of the Hyundai Kona cloaks an ingratiating front-wheel-drive subcompact crossover riding atop the Hyundai Accent platform, which starts $4,150 lower. But it’s one of the most fun-to-drive CUVs here despite its merely adequate engine power. Forward-collision warning, automatic emergency braking, lane-keeping assist, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard. All-wheel drive is a $1,400 option.
With interest rates at record lows, is it still worth leasing a new car?
Certified pre-owned vehicles present an opportunity for shoppers to take advantage of record-low interest rates and greater savings.
Ford Motor Co. commissioned an online Great American Truck Survey of 2,000 owners to find out just how much people love their trucks.