Jeep has issued a recall for 1,338 MY 2008 Grand Cherokee and Commander vehicles because of an incorrectly manufactured front control module that could cause the engine to stall while driving or not to start and/or cause the windshield wipers to become inoperative. Now that’s something that none of you would appreciate. Jeep dealers will inspect the module and replace it if necessary at no cost.
Despite being Skoda’s first entry into a very hot niche, the Kamiq establishes itself as a top runner.
Lotus has almost sold out the entire allocation of the Evija in the United States before the hypercar even hits the assembly line.
The next Citan will continue to be made in partnership with Renault-Nissan but will, once again, get some mods to identify it as a Merc.
Toyota will supply 3,700 vehicles, 90 percent of which will be electrified, for the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Thanks to its design, the new airbag offers better protection in the event of an angled frontal collision.
This lightly modified Huracan Performante crossed the half-mile line at 168 mph which, in our books, is pretty fast.
While the 370Z is starting to show its age, Nissan has made it a bit more appealing with this special edition.
A report from Japan claims the new crossover will be unveiled on home soil at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show.
Hennessey’s F-150 VelociRaptor uses a 5.0-liter supercharged V8 that pumps out 758 HP.
The new Corvette Z06 could have 150 hp more than its predecessor.