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Quality Issues, Higher Prices Make New Car Buyers Cranky in 2014

Lexus finished atop the most recent American Customer Satisfaction Index beating Mercedes. Despite the fact that new vehicles have more convenience and safety features than ever – equipment expected by new vehicle buyers – those same people are growing tired of the quality issues and higher prices that often come with those add-ons.

Hyundai Set to Debut New “N” Performance Line

The Hyundai i20 WRC racer will be used to preview the Korean maker's new N performance line. Hyundai is set to become the latest automaker to introduce a new performance-focused sub-brand.

Idaho Rates Best for Drivers; Louisiana the Worst

Tired of spending so much to keep your car running, gassed up and insured? If you’re looking to cut costs, you might consider moving to a place with wide-open spaces, according to a new study that ranks the best and worst states for drivers.

First Drive: 2016 BMW 7-Series

The new 2016 BMW 7-Series will come to the U.S. only in long-wheelbase form. The value of a luxury car has traditionally been measured by the pound and feet, by the size and number of cylinders of its engine and, of course, by the number of trees and cowhides used to complete its passenger compartment.

Marchionne Adding CEO to Title at Ferrari?

FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne appears poised to add the chief executive officer's title at Ferrari to his chairman's role.

Kia Reveals New Sportage

New headlights and a modified "tiger nose" grille distinguish the gen-four Kia Sportage. Kia is giving us a more detailed look at the next-generation Sportage, following up on the early renderings it released a couple weeks ago.

Two Suppliers Paying $14.5 Mil in Price-Fixing Suit

Two more auto suppliers are paying millions of dollars in fines related to civil suits over price-fixing allegations in multiple countries.

Smart Reveals New ForTwo Cabrio

The newly redesigned Smart ForTwo Cabrio will offer a three-position canvas top. The new Smart car hasn’t yet landed in showrooms in the U.S.

New Hellraiser? Jeep Grand Cherokee to Get the Hellcat Treatment

Jeep will be adding a 707-hp Hellcat version of the Grand Cherokee it will call Trackhawk. Things are going to hell at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.

Tesla Lands a Perfect Score from Consumer Reports

The Tesla Model S overcame a few concerns to land a perfect score from CR testers. The Tesla Model S P85D not only received the best score of any vehicle ever tested by Consumer Reports magazine, it somehow managed to earn 103 points on a 100-point scale, the often skeptical non-profit magazine has announced.

Oshkosh Gets Contract for Humvee Replacement Bi-Gosh

Oshkosh Defense won the contract to produce the new Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, the replacement for the Humvee.

Blast From the Past: Detroit Automakers Looking to Revive More Old Nameplates

An original Plymouth Barracuda. Coming up with an all-new name has become a major headache for automakers around the world.

New Car Sales Expected to Remain Steady in August

Some observers are predicting FCA's five-year streak of month-over-month sales increases may come to an end in August.

Ten Automakers Sued Over Deadly Keyless Ignition Risks

The Ford Flex is one of a growing number of vehicles to use keyless ignition systems. A lawsuit has been filed in federal court in Los Angeles naming 10 of the world’s largest automakers as plaintiffs in a suit alleging 13 deaths were caused by faulty keyless ignition systems.

Automakers Rapidly Expand Availability of Forward Crash Prevention Systems

Ford workers prepare a mannequin for testing the maker's new pedestrian alert system. Once available only on a handful of the most expensive luxury models, a growing number of vehicles, including mainstream and even economy models, now offer forward crash warning systems.

Jaguar Offers First Full Look at New F-Pace Utility Vehicle

The development of the Jaguar F-Pace was influenced by the XE sedan and F-Type sports car. With its first-ever utility vehicle set to make its formal debut in Frankfurt next month, we’re getting a clear look at the new Jaguar F-Pace for the first time.

Ford Recalling Ranger Pickup for Duty in US

Ford would need to make major changes to the global Ranger for the U.S. market. Ford may be ready to do an about face and return to the American midsize passenger car market.

Volkswagen’s Battle for Global Sales Crown Hurt by China

As Chinese auto sales slow, Volkswagen is struggling to stay atop the global sales rankings. Slow auto sales in China are hurting Volkswagen in the heat of its battle royal with Toyota for global sales supremacy.

Automakers Adding High-Tech Features Consumers Often Do Not Want

Even Millennials seem to find little appeal in such high-tech features such as the new Apple CarPlay.

Mercedes Gives Closer Look at New S-Class Convertible

Mercedes-Benz continues to tease mavens with slight reveals of the new S-Class convertible. Like a fan dancer doing a slow and carefully choreographed striptease, Mercedes-Benz is slowly lifting the fan to tease the new S-Class Cabriolet it will formally unveil at the Frankfurt Motor Show in barely three weeks time.