A small-claims court rules that the carmaker misled the owner of a hybrid Honda Civic about fuel economy -- possibly setting a precedent for other disgruntled consumers.
More people feel they can no longer delay replacing their old vehicles, driving up demand.
The quirky, troubled Saab brand finally calls it quits. Owners should look at adding gap coverage to their car insurance.
Safety leaders are proposing a consistent way to shut down a runaway car: a panic button that responds after a half-second.
Technology has allowed a company to match TV viewing habits with ownership of specific makes and models of cars.
The current owner -- he bought it used -- has taken meticulous care of the sedan while racking up more than 62,000 miles a year.
Design changes in SUVs have radically reduced the death rate among occupants of the other vehicle when there's a crash.
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