Fiat Chrysler Gearshift Probe Finds 266 Crashes, 68 InjuriesA government investigation into gear shifters like the one in the SUV that crushed and killed Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin found 266 crashes that injured 68 people.
Tesla To Release Lower-Priced Versions Of Model S Car Automaker Tesla will start selling a cheaper version of its Model S car in an effort to make their vehicles more affordable, the company said Thursday.
Few Insurers Cut Rates For New Electronic Safety DevicesData showing new technology can prevent crashes will most likely not affect your insurer - nor will you likely get a discount.
Seven Automakers Add 4.4M Vehicles To Takata RecallSeven automakers are adding nearly 4.4 million vehicles to the massive Takata air bag inflator recall.
Report: Four Companies Selling New Cars With Takata InflatorsFour automakers are selling new vehicles that have Takata air bag inflators that may be defective and likely to be recalled, according to a new Senate report.
Subaru Tells Some Legacy, Outback Owners: Don't Drive ThemSubaru is telling some Legacy and Outback vehicle owners not to drive them.
Demand For Tesla's New Model 3 Is Wild, But Limited To Tech FansDemand for Tesla's new Model 3 has been eye-popping, with consumers pre-ordering about $13.7 billion worth of the electric sedans nearly two years before they go on sale.
AAA: 1 In 5 Floridians Plan To Buy A Car In 2016Auto sales are expected to rise from 17.4 million to a record setting 17.7 million vehicles in 2016.
Surprising Results As Consumer Reports Chooses Best Cars And BrandsTwo domestics topped their categories, both made in Detroit.
Automakers Recall 5M Vehicles For More Air Bag ProblemsMore than 5 million vehicles are being recalled due to airbag issues.
January Storm No Match For Strong Car SalesFiat Chrysler sales rise 7 percent. GM sales are up .5 percent. Ford sales drop 3 percent.
Gov't: 10th Death Linked To Exploding Takata Air BagsA Ford pickup driver killed last month in South Carolina is the 9th person to die in the U.S. and the 10th worldwide because of defective Takata air-bag inflators that explode, firing off shrapnel-like shards, government safety officials said Friday, as they announced a new expansion of the largest auto safety recall in history.