Today marks the anniversary of Elvis Presley’s death at Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee. Over the years, Elvis was inextricably linked to a few cars, but his automotive interests stretched far and wide. Here’s a look at the vehicles he was associated with after he became famous:
For a long time, older SUVs were just that: Old. They got used and abused, and ended up horribly modified and trashed. But in 2018, vintage SUVs are picking up steam in the collector market.
Made In America is becoming a hot topic these days. In this focus story, we look closely at the assembly plant location for the top-selling models in every major vehicle category. What surprised us most was the consistency of the answer.
Last week, we posted a story on things taller drivers should be looking out for when purchasing a new vehicle. It suddenly became obvious that we should also provide some advice for those of lesser stature. We polled our smaller friends to find out their challenges when finding a new car.
More than three-fourths of Americans take some kind of summer road trip. But where to go?
When automobiles first went mainstream, they were the same shape as the crossovers and SUVs drivers want again today. It should be no surprise modern drivers want vehicles that fit our bodies and our lifestyles. The real question is why waited so long to get back to what works best.
Sometimes, when you’re circling that rat maze known as the 1970s-era parking structure at the airport, you wonder what it might be like to just head straight for the wall. The driver of this later model Ford E-350 shuttle van found out at Miami International Airport.
Ford just announced it is quitting on a volume of business larger than all of Volkswagen in America. Here’s why, and what the effects of that will be.
Ford used to be known as “the better idea people.” Its recent announcement that it will jettison all of its U.S. sedan inventory, keeping the Mustang as its sole coupe, and become a truck and SUV company puts a the final nail in that coffin.