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CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on another Nissan airbag recall.
Bentley Motors Limited has been named as the least reliable used car manufacturer of 2015 in the UK, followed by Porsche, according to a new survey.
It may be lighter and feature an aluminum body, but Ford's new pickup passed a major test of its ability to protect passengers.
Your premium doesn't go up as often after a ticket as you might think, a study finds.
Wealthier drivers report getting more traffic tickets, but they don't report having their insurance premiums increased afterward.
Thomas Terry has the "Best Job of 2015." And you know what question he gets asked all the time? "How long am I going to live?"
A U.S. judge ruled that General Motors is entitled to a shield from many lawsuits over a defective ignition switch ruling.
Toyota is joining other major automakers and turning to this Latin country to build and export vehicles.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan on which state charges the most for car insurance.
A Honda vehicle's airbag exploded and a piece of metal shot from the bag into the driver's neck, police and hospital reports said last week.
One automaker is developing an electric charging platform that can charge your electric car wirelessly. Phil Han reports.
An Energy Department analysis finds that drivers in the South spend more on gasoline than areas of the country with larger mass transit systems.
The average national price of a regular gallon of gasoline continues to drop.
With a leadership clash at Germany's Volkswagen surfacing this weekend, concerns over what impact it could have on business are growing.
A Lamborghini at Walt Disney World's exotic car racing attraction crashed, killing a passenger and injuring the driver on Sunday, police said.
General Motors is considering plans to spend as much as $1 billion renovating its Technical Center, Bloomberg reported.
U.S. auto maker Ford will take control of its Russian venture with Sollers and provide it with additional financial support.
To prevent fuel pumps from failing and causing stalling, Nissan and BMW are recalling more than 94,000 vehicles.
Surging vehicle sales, strong demand for financing and busy service departments helped auto dealers post their best year ever.
Warren Buffett said the car-dealership model isn't going to change anytime soon. Here's why he's wrong, says auto-industry consultant Daron Gifford.