When the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat was first introduced, the most unique emblem on the entire exterior was the chrome “Supercharged” logo on each of the front fenders.
When we first features the AmericanMuscle.com 2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost back in December, the AM team had partnered with Bama Performance squeeze a little more power out of the turbocharged 2.3L e
When the Chevrolet Camaro returned to the industry for the 2010 model year, it could have been powered by the exact same engines as the 2002 models and GM fans around the country would have lined u
During the lengthy Q&A session, de Nysschen was remarkably forthcoming in answering the questions of Jalopnik readers and when the subject of the new CT6 range-topping sedan came up, the Cadill
Production is scheduled to end on the XK lineup with the 2015 model and loyal fans are curious if Jaguar will launch a GT (Grand Tourer) version of the XJ.
Consumer Reports seems to like the Subaru brand more than any other automaker. They have picked the 2015 Subaru Forester, 2015 Legacy and 2015 Impreza as their Top Picks of 2015.
Although the aluminum body of the 2015 Ford F150 has some skeptics questioning the new half ton pickup due to the possibilities of increased repair costs, Ford Motor Company and a great many folks
The 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is the most powerful production muscle car of all time, with 707 horsepower from a supercharger 6.2L Hemi V8, but for those who cannot pony up the $60k+ price
The 3rd generation of the Chevrolet Camaro were arguably the darkest days for the GM muscle car with 4-cylinder engines that offered less than 100 horsepower and V8 engines that fell well short of
Proving that Toyota is not completely invincible when it comes to industry awards and surveys, Subaru narrowly beat out Toyota to take home the first and second place in Consumer Reports’ new 2015
Earlier this month two women in a previous generation Toyota RAV4 were forced off of a roadway in New Jersey. They jumped the guard rail, and the vehicle fell 60 feet.
At least on the Consumer Reports Facebook page, Subaru ranks number one with the people. Consumer Reports asked Facebook followers to name the best car (available in the U.S.) on the market today.
Subaru UK announces the new upgrades for the 2015 Forester and the SUV gets a significant powertrain change for the new model year.