Putting the F-150's hauling capabilities and Power Stroke diesel to the test.
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Plug-in hybrid crossover should strikes a just-right balance for many.
Because it's ridiculous. Because it's fun. Because why the heck not?
Kids might fit in its third row ... but not for long.
These two American midsize luxury SUVs are awfully similar.
Base models are less than before, but better-equipped top trims are more.
A choice selection of those being auctioned off this weekend.
The truck's trailer was ripped open after a crash caused by careless driving.
Its turbo engine and sharp handling stand in contrast to its rivals.
Huzzah! You'll no longer need to watch your iPhone in the cupholder.
The wagon part impresses — the underlying XF bit, not so much.
We drove them back-to-back and picked our favorites
Consumer Reports has said it will retest the Tesla Model 3 it purchased to confirm that a promised firmware update to the braking system corrects the poor and inconsistent emergency stopping distances the publication reported.
Wait, that's the new "Magnum P.I."? That guy? Really? I mean, he doesn't need to have a mustache. Or a Hawaiian shirt. Or really short shorts. But come on, there's nothing displayed by Jay Hernandez in the above "Magnum P.I." trailer that says "I have charisma and likability comparable to Tom Selleck." Now, is that even possible? Probably not, Tom Selleck is, well, Tom Selleck. But much as Chris Pine successfully captured Captain Kirk's bravado without doing a William Shatner impression, such a
The Tesla Model 3 has finally been making its way into the eager hands of owners, and since Tesla hasn't been providing test vehicles to the press (as every other car manufacturer does), publications have been relying on those owners to lend or rent them their cars for evaluation purposes. We did just that for our Tesla Model 3 First Drive.
German cities are entitled to ban older diesel vehicles from streets with immediate effect to bring air pollution levels in line with European Union rules, Germany's top administrative court confirmed on Friday.
Today, The New York Times published an article about more than two dozen deaths related to drivers leaving their cars running, closing their garages and later succumbing to carbon monoxide poisoning. The reason has been identified as "keyless start" features, or proximity entry and push-button start, where owners don't need to physically handle a key or fob to gain entry into the vehicle or start it. It is the latest, and deadliest, issue raised with this system after those related to security a