For some automakers, the Super Bowl was the cummulation of weeks advertising and marketing to showcase their vehicles within 30 seconds. For others, the annual game is just the beginning of an extensive campaign.
The Environmental Protection Agency has released the mpg figures for the long-awaited (and delayed) Mahindra & Mahindra TR40.
Suzuki has issued a recall of its 2009-2011 model year Grand Vitara and SX4 crossovers.
Toyota recently released a plethora of details on its iQ electric vehicle which will debut next month at the Geneva Motor Show.
Last week, Ford announced that the indie band Perry Acker won the automaker's seven-month “Gimme the Gig” Indie Music and Band search contest.
First there was Ford's Sync infotainment system, now known as MyFord. Then came Kia's UVO, which is also built off Microsoft's technology. Earlier this year, Toyota and Hyundai joined the car entertainment wars with entune and Bluelink respectively. Now General Motors has announced it's joining the fray with the addition of MyLink to its OnStar system.
The plural form of the Toyota Prius recently came to a head with the expansion of the hybrid family. Vehicles include the Prius plug-in (check out our Prius PHEV test here), while the Prius v and Prius c concepts at the Detoit show and the Prius + concept coming to the 2011 Geneva show foreshadow future Prius-branded vehicles.
Ford, under the direction of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, is recalling 144,000 F-150 trucks produced for the 2005 and 2006 model years.
Happy birthday, Hyundai USA.
The Infiniti M35 Hybrid, which goes on sale next month as a 2012 model, will cost buyers $54,575, including $875 in destination fees.
Earlier this month, Toyota announced that it has added several models to its previous recalls addressing floor mats that could interfere with the accelerator pedal.
The autosphere is abuzzed with news from Spyker and Saab CEO Victor Müller says he is selling the Spyker sports car business in order to focus on Saab and bring it back to profitability.
“Our customers tell us that fuel economy is the top reason for purchasing a Focus,” said global product development vice president Derrick Kuzak. “The all-new Focus meets that demand with great fuel economy, class-leading technologies and features, exceptional standards of craftsmanship, and driving dynamics typically reserved for larger, more expensive vehicles.”
If you're in the market for Fiat 500, you may have to wait just a bit longer.
Audiophile? Here's another reason to check out Subaru's latest offerings.
You don’t want to see a Dodge Charger SRT8 in your rearview mirror.
Don’t forget to tune-in to Car Warriors tonight at 9PM ET on SPEED! The competing teams tackle their first truck: 2000 Ford F-150.
The 2011 model year MSRPs for the Dodge Grand Caravan began at $25,830, including an $835 destination charge. At this point, both the Kia Sedona and Toyota Sienna rang in around $400 cheaper, though there would be content and package differences between the minivans.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Toyota have recently issued a recall on various Toyota SUVs and trucks.
Don’t forget to tune-in to Car Warriors tonight at 9PM ET on SPEED! Two beautiful 1986 Chevrolet El Caminos are this week's victims...er...subject cars to be rebuilt in 72 hours.