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The first dedicated Porsche Classic Center has opened in the Netherlands, paving the way for 100 such locations set to proliferate around the world - including to North America.


Big Numbers Don't Always Tell The Tale

Almost any car can get to the million-mile mark, but it takes a special group of people before and after to make it happen.


Vice President of Customer Service for Volvo Cars of North America, Scott Doering, explains Volvo's new lifetime parts and labor service program.


Volvo Cars of North America introduces a new lifetime warranty on both parts and labor for service and maintenance work carried out on off-warranty vehicles at authorized dealers.


In an annual survey of car owners, significant numbers reported what Consumer Reports considered to be excessive oil consumption.


This year's CarMD repair cost survey puts Washington D.C. at the top of the list for the most expensive repairs in the country. On the opposite end, in just a few years, Wyoming has gone from the nation's most costly to the cheapest.


There Are 500 Superchargers In States Where Tesla Has No Stores

We take a close look at where Tesla has built up stores and service and Supercharging infrastructure. The numbers all have a beautiful logic behind them.


Porsche Classic is offering better-than-orginal replacement dashboards for vintage 911s. The parts are claimed to better stand up to the sun, changes in temperature, and humidity.


FCA US is citing industry practices as the reason for cutting its powertrain warranty to five years or 60,000 miles. The change affects gasoline-fueled, 2016 model year vehicles from Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Ram Trucks.


Arguments On Digital Millennium Copyright Act Exemptions Begin Shortly

Car owners and independent mechanics will soon learn more on whether copyright laws could hinder their ability to repair and modify vehicles.


A bill currently in committee in the California State Assembly would allow some classic car owners to pay $200 to waive the state's smog check after meeting some other criteria.


Tesla is employing some skill from Formula 1 by hiring former Red Bull chief mechanic Kenny Handkammer as the automaker's global director of service training.


The safety and aesthetic features of new cars are driving up purchase and repair costs – over the past 15 years the price of a Cadillac Escalade headlight, for instance, has risen almost 800 percent.


Ford is recalling three different vehicle lines built between model years 2011 and 2015, including a number of service and specialty commercial vehicles.


The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is opening an investigation into a Nissan recall to fix a faulty airbag sensor. The recall covered more than one million vehicles, but the agency continues to receive complaints from drivers who have had their cars repaired.


Jaguar is adding some impressive new ownership features to the 2016 F-Type, adding to the warranty and significantly expanding the free maintenance period.


Thanks to some time-lapse photography, watch as a Chevy small block V8 gets torn down and completely restored in just under four minutes. It's quite a sight.


China Central Television went after foreign automakers joint ventures during its annual Consumer Day special. The network alleged the dealers were overcharging customers for repairs.


The resale value for the 2015 Ford F-150 is expected to be even higher than the 2014 model. This comes despite the potential for higher repair costs for the aluminum body because of the the new truck's fuel savings.


General Motors will reduce the mileage cap on Chevrolet and GMC powertrain warranties from 100,000 to 60,000 miles, although the five-year limit will remain.


Following a complaint from Consumer Reports, BMW has issued a software upgrade to the range-extended i3 model that alerts the driver of a low state of charge that could affect the vehicle's acceleration.

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