Premium car models are the most popular targets for thieves using keyless relay attacks.
Porsche and Toyota finished both in second place while the 911 is the most dependable model.
This is a record number that could end up having a negative impact on the economy.
Of the five EVs tested, the BMW i3s had the biggest range drops at both low and high temperatures.
For the first time, no cars made the list of vehicles with the lowest depreciation.
Owners are still leaving their keys in the car, making it easy for thieves to steal them.
Drivers of models like the BMW 4-Series, Audi A5, Mercedes E-Class and C-Class are more likely to put themselves and others at risk.
If the check engine light comes on in your Mazda, you can expect to shell out around $286.
Forward collision warning systems might not be as flashy as autonomous driving tech, but they’re highly effective.
The average certified premium model costs 3.6% more than its used counterpart.
The Japanese automaker topped searches in countries like the U.S., Canada and Australia.
The average insurance claim for Halloween related vandalism was for $1,660.