Frank looks into what turbo kits are readily available for the base 2.5 Nissan Altima S. Believe it or not, there is one available.
Our Frank Cruz weighs his options for replacing rear brakes on his Saab 9-3 Aero: EBC Red Stuff, or Yellow Stuff, or Bosch OEM stuff?
Without a steering wheel, passengers in the Google autonomous car could — and probably should — ride backwards.
Intel and Voxx Electronics are trying to remedy the problem that killed 37 children last year who were accidentally left in car seats in sweltering vehicles.
Fiat Chrysler of America has dropped the word on the infotainment in the Fiat 500X, which should be quite similar to the Jeep Renegade we’re all hot about.
I was once told to be weary of cheaper aftermarket wheels that are more prone to cracking, bending, and breaking, so I’m cautiously approaching these:
A camera-capable rear-view mirror from Advent aims to give drivers an affordable route into rear-view cameras ahead of NHTSA requirements.
After experiencing clutch slippage, Chris knew a replacement was due for the Saab 9-3. He went with a KY Stage 3 clutch kit and an OEM dual-mass flywheel.
I love the fact that Infiniti took two discrete touchscreens and mounted them on top of one another for their Infiniti InTouch system
Indeed, driver distraction may get you the attention of the Police, but as Ford introduces SYNC 3, I wonder how it counters MyFord Touch.
Some are editorializing that autonomous cars will never happen in our lifetime. NASA and Nissan, meanwhile, are aiming to deploy them by year’s end.
Dr. Z brought out the Mercedes autonomous driving concept F015 to CES with all of the flair and fanfare as if it were being released in Detroit next week.