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If you don't have a garage or driveway, charging an electric vehicle can pose a challenge. Here's how you can enjoy apartment living and still go electric.
Ram has been working hard on the Rebel TRX. This thing is one serious bad boy, and now spy shots confirm it's in the works. Aww yeahhh.
The slant back SUV craze started among the German brands. Now, Porsche comes late to the game but in a big way with the 2020 Cayenne Coupe.
The Kia Soul has come a long way since its first-gen vehicle that was simply quirky. Now, in its third generation, it's better than ever and makes some big changes.
If you're car shopping for a new driver check out these 5 vehicles with a starting MSRP under $20,000, great safety tech and Top Safety ratings from the IIHS.
Sales of the Expedition and the Navigator are excellent, to the point where the brand has to increase production, a great problem to have.
In a current automotive atmosphere where pickup trucks thrive, it's pretty hard to believe that the Toyota Tundra has sat pretty much untouched for over thirteen years.
A rebuilt title means a vehicle has had serious damage and has been repaired. See if the low price is worth the risks and what you how you can protect yourself.
Now, the CT5 sedan bows with more drama than the XT6 crossover did, but is the new sedan good enough to change direction of the brand?
The time is right for Tesla to bring a small crossover into their lineup, and frankly, we're surprised they didn't do it sooner given the state of the car market and its love of crossovers.
Hate getting slowed down by flat tires? The 2020 Ford Explorer will patch its own punctured tires with Michelin's Selfseal tire technology. We break down how it works.
Most major automakers offer discounts to their employees and their families. We share some examples to demonstrate how good of a discount is offered and who is eligible.
Hyundai apparently didn't get the memo that the public doesn't exactly care about sedans anymore because they just released photos of their new Sonata, and boy is it a looker.
Lincoln doesn't have much in its arsenal. Its sedans don't sell very well. Can the brand do right with the Aviator?