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Essentially, new compacts and subcompacts (not to mention luxury vehicles) as time goes by, will increasingly require that the buyers phone is smarter than the car.
The National Highway Traffic Administration has announced that it will be investigating consumer reports of fires in the Chevrolet Cruze and Jeep Wrangler.
“The GMC brand always looks forward, but this day provides an opportunity to celebrate 100 years of the proud GMC name,” said Tony DiSalle, U.S. vice president of GMC Marketing.
Lincoln has released a video showing the new glass roof just before it’s officially revealed at the New York Auto Show that starts next week.
What's interesting about the press release, though, is what Callaway chooses to skewer in its parody.
Zipcar announced recently the company would be adding a selection of electric cars to its Chicago fleet, beginning with five Chevy Volt's available right now.
The trouble stems from a battery cable in the trunk compartment that tends to heat up if loosened, possibly resulting in a smoldering fire in the floor mat.
On Thursday Illinois Governor Pat Quinn announced an agreement with 350green and the Illinois Tollway to launch the largest network of electric car fast charging stations in the U.S.
With the New York Auto Show only days away, the anticipation is building as many carmakers will unveil some of their new cars.
Who said the Chevy Volt was a liberal car? Former President George H.W. Bush just bought his son Neil a brand new Chevy Volt for his birthday.
Although Toyota Motor Corp. has experienced record profits in 2012, the automaker may be jeopardizing this success due to their latest announcement.