The 2015 Subaru BRZ has been launched and the two-door sports coupe co-developed by Subaru and Toyota is around to stay. What makes the rear-drive sports car so appealing to driving enthusiasts?
These bundled lawsuits, which includes around 400 claims related to the Toyota’s unintended acceleration recall issue, involved claims ranging from economic losses in vehicle value to personal inju
Dana is best-known for their rear differentials and axle assemblies but for the 1995-2000 Toyota Tacoma, Dana provided the frame that was found to rust excessively, causing Toyota to issue a recall
OK, the Impreza and Trezia concepts are European premieres, but the “Subaru Rear-Wheel Drive Sports Car Technology Concept,” making its world premiere, is going to be the one generating all of the
If you only counted on the 2011 Detroit Auto Show displays, you might think hybrid automatically means electric. That myth is hereby proven wrong, as air is also a viable medium to store energy.
It’s not unusual for auto stocks like Toyota, trading in New York as an ADR under the stock symbol TM, to enjoy price gains due to media coverage of its future products at the 2011 Detroit Auto Sho
Ford received awards in several categories, including: Overall Loyalty to Manufacturer; Overall Loyalty to Make; Ethnic Market Make – African-American; and Mid/Full-Size Pickup for its F-Series tru
Much has been written and said about the choice of technology for the Prius. Some may prefer a larger car, while others want something sportier. Enter the Prius V and the Prius C concept (shown).
Akerson made his comments at the 2011 Automotive News World Congress that is held concurrently with the media days of the 2011 Detroit Auto Show.
The timing is good for Toyota to start building a separate brand for Prius. Some experts are predicting gas prices could hit $5 a gallon either this year or next.
The Top 10 best-selling vehicles in the US market for 2010 are the same 10 vehicles that made up the 2009 list, but due to sales growth from 8 of the top 10 vehicles and Toyota’s recall troubles, t
The lawsuits, which include damages in excess of $230 million, pertain to just 14 of the 725 insurance claims allegedly based on accidents that could have been caused by unintended acceleration.