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Other Automakers Cheating on Diesel? Not So Fast.

Diesels are inherently dirty, though modern pollution control systems can clean them up - if used properly.

Ford Hopes to Gain the Edge at SEMA

Ford Edge Ignition gets a dynamic red and black paint job and enough power upgrades to make you wonder if it's not really a Mustang.

One in Three Americans Skips Vehicle Service, Repairs

AAA made 24 mil roadside calls in 2014. Are you tempting fate? You are if you are among the 35% of Americans who have been skipping or delaying vehicle service and repairs, according to a new study by AAA.

Best Type of First Cars for Teens: Slow and Safe

Stylish in its day, the 2009 Saab 9-5 is one of the better choices for first-time teenage drivers. If your teenager’s first car doesn’t make them yawn, it may not be a good choice.

UAW Taking Heat for Newest Version of FCA Contract

UAW President Dennis Williams told FCA workers that he got the message, but critics are already picking apart the second tentative deal with FCA.

Just Following Orders? Who Was Really Responsible for VW’s Emissions Cheating?

"This was not a corporate decision," VWoA CEO Michael Horn told lawmakers. During a hearing on Capitol Hill Thursday, Volkswagen of America CEO Michael Horn told lawmakers that the German automaker’s emissions cheating scandal was the work of a handful of rogue employees and not a high-level corporate conspiracy.

Buyers Continue Purchasing New Vehicles with Lower Fuel Efficiency

As sales of full-size trucks, like the F-150, continue to tick upwards, fuel efficiency averages for new vehicles slides downward.

Toyota Debuting 3 Concept Cars – And a Painfully Cute Robot – at Tokyo Motor Show

The Toyota S-FR is expected to anchor a three sports car line-up Toyota is developing. It’s long been known for plain vanilla design and lackluster performance, an image Toyota is intent on transforming.

Last-Minute Deal Averts Strike at Fiat Chrysler

FCA CEO Marchionne and UAW Pres. Williams were all smiles as they began contract talks. With workers ready to take to the street, Fiat Chrysler managed to hammer out a second tentative contract settlement with the United Auto Workers Union just minutes before the midnight deadline on Wednesday.

Key Reasons Why UAW Workers May Walk the Picket Line

Workers at FCA's Toledo, Ohio, plant could be the first to walk out if a deal doesn't come soon. The clock is rapidly ticking away towards an 11:59 PM deadline that could see Fiat Chrysler face its first strike in years.

First Drive: 2016 Chevrolet Volt

The 2016 Chevrolet Volt gets a new look, a new powertrain, and more range and power. Few recent product launches have sparked more interest than the debut of the original Chevrolet Volt, the world’s first mass-market plug-in hybrid.

Toyota Developing Autonomous “Highway Teammate”

"Look ma, no hands," as Toyota demonstrates its new Highway Teammate technology. Toyota plans to roll out new technology that will allow its vehicles to autonomously navigate limited-access roadways.

VW To Begin Diesel Recall in January – if it Gets EPA Nod

New VW CEO Matthias Mueller says the maker faces an "evolution," not a "revolution." Volkswagen’s new CEO Matthias Mueller hopes to see a recall affecting as many as 11 million of the German maker’s diesel vehicles begin in January – but for the 482,000 of those cars sold in the U.S., VW must still win regulatory approval for the planned retrofit.

GM, Takata Fuel Proposed Law Jailing Executives

Sen. Richard Bluenthal (D-Conn.) wants executives to go to jail if they knowingly hide product defects.

UAW Going After Jeep Plants for Strike

Now that the UAW has authorized a strike, speculation about which FCA facilities will be targeted focuses on Jeep sites.

Nissan Previews Product Assault for Tokyo Motor Show

Often home to the quirkiest of concept vehicles, this year’s Tokyo Motor Show won’t disappoint those seeking unique, technology driven idea generators — at least not if Nissan has anything to say about it.

UAW Ready to Strike at Fiat-Chrysler

Things could get rough for FCA this week. Less than a week after workers rejected a tentative four-year contract, with talks aimed at sweetening the deal going nowhere, the United Auto Workers Union has issued a strike notification to Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.

First Drive: 2016 Chevrolet Colorado Diesel

A Z71 version of the 2016 Chevrolet Colorado Diesel. It’s probably a good time to clear the air…about diesels, that is.

Scion Teases New Concept – Likely Brand’s First SUV

Scion will show the rest of its new concept vehicle at the L.A. Auto Show on November 18th. Scion is sizzling.

UAW Reloading for New Talks with Fiat Chrysler

UAW President Dennis Williams told FCA workers that he's gotten the message as the union prepares for a new round of talks with Fiat Chrysler.