The Wonder & the Why of the Automotive World
The 2019 Altima has been retooled and updated in several ways - most notably, it’s now available with all-wheel drive. We put the new Altima to the test on an ice track - did it measure up? We’ll tell you all about it.
Daylight Savings Time can make you feel a little tired tomorrow morning. Be alert and aware that drowsy driving looks a lot like drunk driving, so plan accordingly and arrive alive.
We asked some of our favorite female auto journalists this question: which manufacturers are making a difference for women? This is what they said.
Packed with performance, the Dodge Durango SRT is a lot of vehicle. Grab a double espresso and take one for a test drive. On the other hand, maybe a cup of decaf would be the right balance – the vehicle provides all the energy you need.
The Toyota Corolla is the best-selling nameplate in the world, with over 46 million sold. It has come a long way since it first rolled off the line in 1966, and the brand continues to make improvements that make a difference. The 2020 Corolla includes an impressive array of safety features that would benefit new drivers tremendously.
Working closely with the master painter and color designer, Mazda engineers captured the handcrafted paint strokes and translated that into robot movement that could be copied over and over for mass production of the Soul Red Crystal paint color.
Heading to the Chicago Auto Show this weekend? Subaru is hosting a pet adoption event at their exhibit on the show floor.
Are you ready for the big game’s automotive commercials? We have your watching list here.
As an automobile fanatic, and one who historically prefers fast cars and big trucks to small cars and vans, a minivan didn’t excite me. We had a few vans when I was a kid, plus a station wagon, and although the memories of that time period were good, there was no love in my heart for the vehicles themselves.
It was my nine-year-old son, accompanying me to a local auto show, who turned my head toward the possibilities.
You may think the “land yachts” of past eras were safer than cars of today. In fact, today’s vehicles are much safer, and it has a lot to do with the structure of the vehicle itself, under the skin.