I have some of the smartest readers on the face of the planet. Following my recent column about auto repair rip-offs, I received an email from local resident Ray Cherry who added a great tip to those I suggested. Mr. Cherry has made life much easier over the years for his wife with respect to vehicles out of warranty and how to fix those bugaboos that pop up.
I think the local auto mechanic ripped me off recently. Before my car needs another tune up (or a second opinion), what steps should I take to avoid problems like what I think I've experienced? — Adam Auto
Full-size pickups once again dominated U.S. auto sales in May
If you've always wanted a restored classic car and have at least $30,000 to spend, the first Choo Choo Classic Auto Expo will be the place to be on Saturday.
What do the Chevrolet Cruze, Jeep Grand Cherokee and Mazda6 have in common? Generally, not much.
The Detroit Three did surprisingly well on Strategic Vision’s 2013 quality study, with the Dodge Dart, Ford Fusion and Chevrolet Volt getting the best scores in their respective segments.
Big, burly pickups — dismissed as dinosaurs five years ago — will probably lead the auto industry in sales growth this year.
Ford, GM, Chrysler and Nissan all reported double-digit U.S. sales increases last month, signaling the best April for car and truck sales in six years.
No brand competes in as many North American racing series as Chevrolet
Several years ago, I asked then-GM Vice President Bob Lutz what he thought the prospects were for full-size automobiles, which were once the heart and soul of the American market.
America is getting back to work, and it needs pickup trucks.
Ford wants to help customers more accurately measure the fuel economy of their Ford vehicles to demonstrate the fuel economy of certain models.
The Environmental Protection Agency says that model year 2012 cars and trucks will have the highest ever real-world average fuel economy.
Klaus Busse can laugh now about his first trip to the Texas State Fair in 2005 to study how pickup owners drove and worshipped their rigs.
Americans want new cars and trucks, and they’re not letting higher gas prices or political dysfunction stand in their way.
Volkswagen first introduced the all-new Tiguan SUV to the American marketplace in 2009.
Chevrolet announced last week that in June it will begin selling the 2014 Cruze Clean Turbo Diesel, the first diesel passenger car offered by a Detroit automaker since the 1986 Chevrolet Chevette
Lexus, Porsche, Toyota and Lincoln had the best records in the 2013 J.D. Power and Associates vehicle dependability study.
American consumers ignored tax increases and trudged through winter weather to buy new cars and trucks at an unusually strong pace last month.
Who stole the auto show? Who should’ve stayed home?