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Jeep Is the Smiling Mask Hiding FCA’s Frowny Face

Total Fiat Chrysler Automobiles volume is up six percent this year thanks to record sales at Jeep, FCA’s top-selling outlet.

Digestible Collectible: 2005 Subaru Legacy 2.5GT Limited

Two out of four ain’t bad, I guess. The perfect vehicle, as proclaimed by auto journalists and web commenters alike, is a brown diesel manual wagon.

Müller: Volkswagen Recalling European Cars Starting in January

Volkswagen CEO Matthias Müller told German authorities that the company would begin recalling cars in Europe in January and that fixes those cars take roughly one year to complete, Automotive News reported.

The Volkswagen Diesel Saga So Far

On Friday, September 18, 2015, the Environmental Protection Agency notified Volkswagen that its cars violated clean air standards by incorporating a “defeat device” that used engine management controls to cheat emissions tests.

Larry LaBute’s Wheelchair Accessible Lincoln Zephyr and Bentley Mk VI Restomods

The next time you believe that an unfortunate circumstance means that you can’t achieve a dream or take part in an activity you love, take a moment to think about Larry LaBute and then go ahead and live out those dreams.

Junkyard Find: 1983 Lincoln Continental

In 1982, the 7th-generation Lincoln Continental went to the Fox Platform, elbowing the Fox-based Lincoln Versailles aside.

Subaru Impreza 5-Door, Viziv Future Concepts Ready for Tokyo

Subaru may have taken away our hot hatch goodness with the WRX and WRX STI, but the down-market Impreza looks to continue with all five doors intact.

Volkswagen Says EVs ‘Key Part’ of Its Future (If History Doesn’t Repeat Itself)

A Volkswagen of America spokesman said Tuesday that electric, plug-in hybrid and hybrid cars would be a “key part” of the automaker’s research and development strategy after CEO Matthias Müller told 20,000 workers in Wolfsburg that it would postpone or cancel other projects that weren’t critical to sales.

BREAKING: Union Workers Prepare to Strike at Fiat Chrysler Plants

United Auto Workers at a Kokomo, Indiana plant have given notice to Fiat Chrysler Automobiles that it would strike Wednesday night, Automotive News reported. The notice is reportedly being used at other plants.

Subaru Can Paint Cars Any Color They Want Now

Subaru in Japan released Tuesday details on its face-lifted Forester, which will likely make its way to the States for 2017.

The Untapped Potential of Wrangler

Jeep is a pillar of financial strength for FCA. The brand is poised to deliver its sixth consecutive year of growth.

Tesla’s Biggest Cheerleader Thinks Model X May Be Overpriced

Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas issued a lower target for Tesla on Wednesday, saying the automaker’s SUV price tag is too hefty for the carmaker to meet its production volume goal for 2016.

Mazda3 Stop Sale Ordered Due to Gas Leak, Fire Risk

Mazda stopped selling and delivering 2015 and 2016 Mazda3s built between May 21 and Aug. 24, the automaker announced Tuesday.

Volkswagen CEO Müller Tells Employees That Future Won’t Be ‘Painless’

Speaking to roughly 20,000 employees in Wolfsburg on Tuesday, new Volkswagen CEO Matthias Müller outlined the big-picture view for the weeks, months and years ahead.

Country Mice, City Mice, and Autonomous Vehicles

The autonomous vehicle is coming. Everybody says so. Or at least everybody who is paid to be optimistic about the fascist-corporate future of the Western World says so.

Thoughts and Prayers Needed For One of Our Own

“I’m fine. Annabelle’s fine. Tails might be a goner.” Those of you who have been around this site for more than a calendar year or so no doubt remember our former contributor, Caroline Ellis.

Is This Scion’s First Crossover?

Scion, Toyota’s “youth” brand, released the above teaser image Tuesday morning along with a brief press release stating their third all-new vehicle will be displayed at the Los Angeles Auto Show this November.

Piston Slap: I Like the Sprite in You?

  Oh yessss!!! (photo courtesy: Nicholas writes: A friend recently acquired the carcass (very deliberate choice of words) of a Bugeye Sprite.

Volkswagen Hasn’t Found Their Fall Guys (or Gals) Yet

According to Reuters, Volkswagen may have suspended engineers — including top engineers for Audi, Volkswagen and Porsche — without any evidence.

Interbrand: Toyota Most Valuable Car Brand, Volkswagen Sinks

Interbrand’s annual survey of Top 100 Brands lists Toyota as the most valuable car company (No. 6) with BMW and Mercedes-Benz the next most-valuable brands at Nos.