Although Americans are moving to crossovers in droves, automakers have been focusing their plug-in vehicle efforts on cars. That is changing, and almost every mainstream brand will soon have a plug-in crossover you can afford.
Americans are fleeing sedans for crossovers and pickups. Despite this shift, automakers are still setting new records for improved fuel economy and reduced emissions.
Our vehicles are getting smarter. New safety systems will know when you are no longer responding and help keep you safe.
Jeep has given its fans who want a greener, better vehicle something solid to look forward to. Here’s what Jeep has planned.
As Ford moves to quit selling small family cars America, it will be the EcoSport and other crossovers that Ford expects will fill the void. Here’s our take on the EcoSport.
Electric vehicle fans are vocal about the Chevy Volt’s cancellation.
Active vehicle safety systems are becoming more widespread. To get more insight on how they may help older drivers we asked a specialist.
You won’t spot the most important changes to the new-generation Subaru Forester on the specifications sheet. Here’s our full review chock full of comparisons to the outgoing generation that stole our hearts.
With today’s new in-car tracking technology, if you wish to keep your location and movements private, you’d better plan on walking.