Here are three exciting EVs that are eligible for the $7,500 federal electric vehicle tax credit—one with Tesla-like performance, one upscale interior, one economy.
Shoppers for 2021 vehicles will find several all-new models…and exciting updates of some of America's most popular vehicles.
Over the next two years, buyers who would rather plug in than fill up will have many more options, including various SUVs and pickups.
If you might be interested in an electric car, there is news you should know about the federal tax credit, state fees & the latest generation of vehicles.
As SUVs and pickups grab a record 70% of US auto sales, automakers are scurrying to introduce new and redesigned 2020 models.
Small is big among SUVs, and here are some of the best deals.
JD Power asked 15,000 car owners what they think of new devices ranging from backup cameras to lane-departure warnings. Here’s what they said.
The technology in these vehicles—touchscreens, safety systems, etc.—is actually easy to use.
Before you buy a new SUV, sporty car, crossover, pickup or hatchback, read about these 2020 models from Ford, Toyota, Ram, Kia, Nissan and Cadillac.
The latest pickup trucks are still rugged and durable and they’re nearly as smooth and comfortable to drive as SUVs.
The best new fuel-efficient cars don’t feel or drive like the underperforming, underwhelming gas-sippers of yore.
Riders over 40 often prefer bikes that combine the thrills of motorcycling with a measure of comfort and practicality. Here are the best.
Researchers have made interesting discoveries about which cars, SUVs and trucks are likely to last a long time.
Many 1980s collectible cars still can be had for far less than you would pay for a new economy car.
Several redesigns stand out among 2019 model year vehicles.
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