Nissan recalling 470k previous-generation Rogues for a wiring harness connector that could short out, and another 170k Pathfinders (as well as their Infiniti counterparts) to fix the hood latch mechanism in two separate campaigns.
Pouncing On The Wide-Open Compact Luxury Sports Segment
Jaguar is leaping back into the compact premium sport sedan ring at a unique moment in history. Does it have what it takes to grab the crown? We headed to Portugal for an early prototype drive to find out.
Mitsubishi is teasing the world premiere of a new concept at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show in March. The company isn't even revealing the name for the vehicle yet but promises the crossover has a next-gen, two-wheel-drive plug-in hybrid powertrain.
The latest intel from Germany suggests that Porsche, already boasting the market's biggest range of plug-in models, will skip conventional engines with its long-rumored baby Panamera sedan and go straight for the EV... and Tesla's jugular.
We drive the brand-new 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport in Iceland, find out what it's like to drive a cop car for a week and watch as a man goes up against a machine in a timed race at a famous track. All that and more lies just ahead!
Last April the UK press reported that the Top Gear hosts were in line for a new three-year deal through 2018 - one that would pay Clarkson four million pounds per year - but the negotiations were put off during a media watchdog investigation. With that done, the deal is set to go ahead that will lock in new episodes until 2018.
Kia will unveil a more rugged take of one of the Korean automaker's most popular models as a concept for the 2015 Chicago Auto Show. The styling tweaks are being done by the brand's California design studio.
Synthesizing a mid-mounted, muscular American V8 and a svelte European body, the 1970 AMC AMX/3 could have been something very special. Famed Italian designer Giotto Bizzarrini even crafted the body. However, things didn't work out, and only a handful were completed. Now, there's a chance to own one in need of a full restoration on eBay Motors.
ACLU: DEA Has Mined License-Plate Reader Data Since 2008
The US government is tracking the whereabouts of millions of American motorists. Through the use of license-plate readers, federal authorities have collected and stored approximately 343 million records that detail the location of drivers around the country and housed them in a new national database.
Mercedes-Benz is taking a whimsical approach for its Super Bowl ad this year. The German luxury brand is updating Aesop's classic fable of the race between the tortoise and the hare with help from the 2016 Mercedes-AMG GT S.
Edmunds decided to inject some fact into the fray over repair costs for the aluminum 2015 Ford F-150: it bought a $52,000 long-term F-150 and clouted it with a sledgehammer. Twice. Then it drove the truck to a Ford dealer to get it repaired. Seven days later it had a restored truck and a bill.
Land Rover Discovery Sport, Arizona Auctions, Cadillac's Small CUV
Episode #415 of the Autoblog Podcast is here, and this week, Dan Roth, Chris Paukert, and Rob Sass from Hagerty discuss the new Land Rover Discovery Sport, the Arizona auctions, and Cadillac's small CUV plans.
Billionaire investor George Soros and his company Soros Fund Management are seriously investigating following Warren Buffett's lead and buying an auto dealer body. A Soros representative was reportedly trying to sell dealers on the idea during a private dinner, indicating that current management would stay in place, if the company invested.
Notes From A Week With The 2015 Dodge Charger Pursuit
In a sort of Let's Be Cops moment, Seyth Miersma and I spend a week with the 2015 Dodge Charger Pursuit to see what it's like to be a civilian behind the wheel of a police cruiser. Here's what we learned.