Lotus Cars launched a game called #itsnotforyou this week. It may be the most frustrating game this side of the departed (how we miss thee) Flappy Bird.
When Mitsubishi gave us a tease for a New York Auto Show vehicle, we were hoping for it to be a Montero. But we’ll settle for the more refined Outlander.
We take a look at the infotainment setup in the redesigned Cadillac Escalade, and we compare its MPGs to the Ford Expedition King Ranch we tested recently.
If you lease a Honda Fit EV and love it, good news: Honda is offering a lease extension with all the same benefits as when the car was new at a lower price.
Chevrolet said the 2016 Chevy Malibu Hybrid will carry a healthy dose of hybrid technology borrowed from the next-generation Chevy Volt.
A California compliance car no longer, the Kia Soul EV will be making its way into five additional states soon, according to Kia Motors America.
The JVC KD-R85MBS is ready for boating season with a range of connectivity options and a full array of accessories to get your tunes wailing on the water.
FlashLogic remote start is now available for a wide range of vehicles from Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles.
The Range Rover Sport will get a redesign for this year’s NY International Auto Show — and it’s getting a ton of cool engine and tech upgrades, too.
The 2015 Ford Transit Connect Wagon has pretty darned nice seating for a transformed cargo van — although it comes with a learning curve, we must say.
The 2016 Chevrolet Malibu will debut Teen Driver, a service to help parents monitor driving habits of their children.
Further proof we live in the Turbo Era: Cadillac says its next-gen V6 engines will be headlined by a 3.0-liter, twin-turbo mill.