Automotive News

This section of Torque News provides the latest auto news and updates from the car manufacturers. Every day number of news stories and editorials are published here that give our readers an overview of what is happening in the automotive industry. Read this section daily to find out about new cars, vehicle reviews and car pictures. Torque News is an automotive news website by Hareyan Publishing, LLC, dedicated to covering the latest news, reviews and opinions about the car industry.
Diagnosing a Mercedes Engine Problem

Quick 5 Minutes of Diagnosing a Used American Car with a German Engine That Won’t Start

Here’s an informative demonstration of what to look for in a used American car with a German engine that suffers from a common problem that can be solved with this easy DIY inspection toward diagnosing the reason why it won’t start---which could save a smart used car buyer a lot of money in a used car deal.
Consumer Reports Recommends These 6 Used SUV Models

Consumer Reports Lists Their Choice of the Top 6 Most Reliable Reduced Price Used Midsized SUVs

Here’s a summary of the recommended best midsized SUVs that hit the sweet spot where reliability, size, and 5-year depreciation make these midsized SUVs very attractive for smart shoppers. Plus, 3 tips on shopping for a used SUV to avoid a lemon.
Ford's Newly Introduced F-150 Rattler, an entry-level off-roader

Ford Unveils Rattler, Aimed At Entry-Level Off-Roading Crowd

Ford has a lot going on, right now. Indeed, the offerings can look downright schizophrenic when you take a long look. For example, it has a slew of electric offerings and plans to go all-electric later in the decade. Now, though the automaker is offering both its electrics and internal-combustion versions like its new, entry-level off-roader, the Rattler.
Tesla Fremont Factory

Tesla (TSLA) Finishes Q1 2022 With Only 17 Inventory Vehicles In The US

Despite Tesla increasing vehicle production at an incredible pace, demand for the EV maker's vehicles seems to have no end. And in a new sign of the skyrocketing demand, today Tesla inventory tracking sight announced the EV maker ended the quarter with only 17 inventory vehicles in the US.

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