Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, U.S., hides some great little Easter eggs in and on its vehicles. Here are a few we think fans of Jeep, Ram, Fiat, and Alfa Romeo might like.
BMW’s plug-in hybrid 740e XDrive iPerformance is an amazing green car that offers large green luxury sedan shoppers an excellent alternative to a fully-electric vehicle.
Automakers first deployed these fuel-saving technologies on hybrids and pricey models. But you’ll soon see them on most daily drivers.
The job title “test driver” sounds exciting and elicits images of high speed runs in supercars. The truth is a little more mundane and Toyota has figured out a way to spare its employees the drudgery.
Toyota’s 2018 RAV4 Adventure is one of the rare vehicles that lives up to its name. Twenty-eight inches of new snow over five days provides dramatic evidence that New England is the place to learn about which vehicles fare well in the winter.
Toyota edges closer to a new sports coupe, but is this car for real, or just a video game avatar?
The 2018 Nissan Leaf is a huge improvement over the prior generation. This new EV is fun to drive, comfortable and has a range of about 150 miles. Prices when comparably equipped are roughly 50% less than a Tesla Model 3, so the two are not competitors, but the new Chevy Bolt and Toyota Prius […]
GM grabs a technology found on supercars and high-end EVs and drops it into America’s most popular vehicle type.
Some of the most iconic affordable import sports cars were built by Japanese companies in the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s. Here’s how it began, why it ended, and how it may well rise again.