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BMW’s Move Takes Takata Airbag Recall National

BMW’s Move Takes Takata Airbag Recall National

Despite Takata’s protests, the recall of vehicles with its potentially deadly airbags is now a national action as BMW expanded its recall from regional to national status. The German maker was the last of five automakers receiving pressure from federal regulators. BMW...
Google Takes Next Step in Self-Driving Car Development

Google Takes Next Step in Self-Driving Car Development

Christmas came a few days early for the folks developing Google’s Self-Driving Car as they rolled out working prototypes of the car for people to test drive…or in this case, test ride. The company released a photo as well as a video titled “A First Drive” featuring of...
Fiat Chrysler Stakes Claim in Van Market with ProMaster

Fiat Chrysler Stakes Claim in Van Market with ProMaster

Until recently, the commercial van business was a quiet, dusty corner of the automobile world where old-school vehicles managed to help keep the wheels of the economy moving on their aging springs and axles. However, the segment is undergoing something of a revolution...
Falling Gas Prices Putting Money in Consumers Pockets

Falling Gas Prices Putting Money in Consumers Pockets

The influential Lundberg Letter estimated that the average price of a gallon of gasoline in the United States has dropped 25 cents in the past two weeks, tumbling to its lowest level in more than five-and-a-half years, according to the Lundberg survey released Sunday,...
First Look: 2016 Cadillac CTS-V

First Look: 2016 Cadillac CTS-V

When General Motors flagship brand launched its then-new ATS sedan several years ago, it sounded a warning shot to competitors with an audacious ad campaign dubbed “Cadillac v the World.” In hindsight, it might have wanted to wait a bit, because the all-new Caddy...
Ford Bringing Back GT Racer for Detroit Auto Show

Ford Bringing Back GT Racer for Detroit Auto Show

Ford GT fans may be getting a post-holiday Christmas gift in January, as the automaker appears to be ready to unveil a GT-inspired supercar during the Detroit Auto Show next month. The car will be more than just a showpiece, according to AutoWeek, Ford plans to race...
FCA Recalls 280,000 Dodge Rams for Axle Problem

FCA Recalls 280,000 Dodge Rams for Axle Problem

Fiat Chrysler is recalling about 280,000 Dodge Ram pickups around the world due to a rear axle problem. Of the affected trucks, about 257,000 are in the U.S. The problem with the truck stems from a loose nut that could cause the rear axle to seize on 2005 Dodge Ram...
New Car Sales Looking Strong in December

New Car Sales Looking Strong in December

With manufacturers pouring money into advertising, marketing and incentives this month, new car sales are expected to finish the year on a high note when the final numbers are totaled up in early January. TrueCar, Inc., the negotiation-free car buying and selling...