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Your marital status, age and gender can have a significant impact on what you pay for car insurance, a recent study finds.
Two GM SUVs top new safety ranking
General Motor's Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain are the only two midsize SUVs to earn a good rating in a test conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
General Motors recall repairs to start Monday
General Motors is about to start repairs on the 2.6 million vehicles at the center of the controversial recall tied to at least 13 deaths.
Hyundai's next-gen Genesis reflects automaker's momentum
Skipping separate luxury franchise saves Hyundai capital, costs brand cred.
Spiders prompt second Mazda recall
Mazda notified federal officials it is recalling 42,000 Mazda6 sedans because of a fire risk tied to yellow sac spiders.
The 57-cent part at the center of GM's recall crisis
A tiny part inside the ignition switch was apparently the problem that caused 13 deaths, a massive recall, and numerous federal probes. Here's why it matters.
GM to invest in Detroit auto plant
The auto maker says it will invest $384 million to upgrade a plant making Chevrolet Volt.
GM's tough call: How to pay recall victims
GM is looking into whether, and what, to pay victims of the faulty ignition switch, even though 2009 bankruptcy gave it a shield from lawsuits.
Tesla stock climbs higher after reports of NJ ban appeal
The electric car company is fighting NJ's ban on direct car sales in the legislature and now, reportedly, in court. Under the current law, it must stop selling cars in NJ by April 15.
Chrysler recalls 870,000 SUVs
The company will fix a problem with the brake system in 2011-2014 Jeep Grand Cherokees and Dodge Durangos.
Barra's recall apology not enough, families say
Families of crash victims say GM CEO Mary Barra apologized Monday night, but it's not good enough. They are demanding GM pull the cars off the road.
BMW bets big on South Carolina
The German automaker is investing $1 billion in its factory in Spartanburg, and it will become BMW's biggest manufacturing facility.
GM never told us, said safety regulator
NHTSA head says regulator would have acted differently if it received more information from GM.
Tesla car doors can be hacked
A security researchers has found that simple hacking techniques can open a Tesla's doors -- and expose its location.
GM recalls reach nearly 7 million
With latest recall to fix steering problem, GM's recalls have reached nearly 7 million vehicles so far in 2014.
GM sales unscathed by recall crisis
GM reports much stronger than forecast sales in March report, outpacing growth at some rivals.
New GM recall affects 1.3 million cars
The recall comes one day before CEO Mary Barra will testify before Congress about how GM handled the ignition switch recall.
GM's Barra: We don't know what went wrong
GM CEO Barra testifies that company still doesn't know why there was a 10-year delay in recalling cars for a flawed ignition switch that killed at least 13.
GM to finally reveal names of recall crash victims
GM will have to reveal further details about the crashes caused by faulty ignition switches to regulators by April 3, and that information will be made public.
U.S. requires new cars to have backup cameras
Automakers will be required to install rear-facing cameras in most new vehicles by May 2018, a federal agency announced Monday.
Five questions for Mary Barra on GM's recall
GM CEO Barra has apologized repeatedly for the 13 deaths tied to the flawed recall of 2.6 million cars, but she faces some tough questions by Congress on Tuesday.
Documents show GM, regulator dropped ball before fatal crashes
GM considered ignition fix in 2005 but rejected it due to cost, while federal regulator considered opening probe in '07, seven years ahead of ignition recall.
GM's recall problems grow
GM says it has ordered dealers to stop selling its best selling U.S. car model.
GM: Steps to a recall nightmare
These are the events that led up to GM's worldwide recall of 1.6 million cars, blamed for at least 12 deaths.
Tesla reaches deal to keep selling in New York
Tesla will be able to keep its five company-owned stores in New York but agrees to dealerships in the future.
Tesla installs fire shields under Model S
Elon Musk blogs that Model S cars built since March 6 have anti-fire titanium shields.
BMW 535d: Serious diesel performance
The BMW 535d doesn't drive like a traditional diesel. It performs just like its gas-powered brethren, but with fuel savings to spare.
South Carolina plant to become BMW's largest
BMW announces $1 billion investment in its South Carolina plant to will boost the factory's production by 50%.
Tesla sales back on in New Jersey
Tesla Motors gets 15 more days to sell its electric cars in New Jersey, and legislation may let the automaker sell directly to consumers for much longer.
Lawyer wants recalled GM cars off the road
A Texas judge will hear an emergency motion on April 4 about forcing GM to take its recall a step further.
Subaru Forester: Worth the ride
The Subaru Forester doesn't score too many points on its looks, but it wins on pretty much everything else.
Slow down! A ticket hikes up your insurance
Failing to signal a turn could result in a 19% increase in your auto insurance cost.
Nissan recalls 1 million vehicles due to airbag flaw
Nissan recalls 1 million cars for software fix to problem that can cause front passenger airbag to not deploy in case of an accident.
GM recall: A civil case or criminal prosecution?
Toyota's $1.2 billion recall fine could be a harbinger for GM. What Mary Barra can expect when she appears before Congress next week.
Will the 200 sedan energize Chrysler?
The midsize sedan faces some market challenges, but it's the company's best effort yet to compete with the Accords, Camrys and Fusions of the world.
Arizona may allow Tesla sales
State lawmakers in Arizona are pushing a bill that would give Tesla Motors the green light to sell its electric cars directly to consumers rather than through dealerships.
Sell your wheels, now
The supply of used cars is finally increasing, which means that your chance to ge the best price is running out.
Toyota Corolla S: Sharp looks, dull drive
The Toyota Corolla S looks good from the outside, but the drive, brakes and steering leave a lot to be desired. For the money, you could do better.
GM CEO Mary Barra to testify before Congress
GM CEO Mary Barra will testify before a congressional subcommittee on April 1 as part of an inquiry into the automakers' handling of a flawed ignition switch.
Toyota's huge fine won't dent its $60 billion cash pile
Toyota agreed to pay more than
$1 billion to settle
a criminal probe into its conduct during a massive recall four years ago. But for the world's richest automaker, that shouldn't be a problem.
Customers not scared off by GM recall
Prices for recalled models staying steady and experts believe GM's new car sales will not suffer due to recall woes.
Toyota's new Corolla: No longer the king of the hill
I had hopes that the world's most popular car would, once again, be something great. Sorry, but it's not.
Porsche to replace GT3 engines due to fire risk
To deal with the risk of engine fires, Porsche dealers will install all-new engines in high performance GT3 sports cars.
GM recalls 1.2 million SUVs for air bag issue
More than a million midsize crossovers recalled to fix problem with seat-mounted airbag, with separate recalls announced on Cadillac brakes and an instrument panel for full-size vans.
GM recalls a sour note, spoiling positive reviews for its vehicles
In the wake of even more recalls, we look at how third-party reviewers and ratings agencies view GM cars and trucks.
GM hasn't notified recall victims' families
GM has yet to release names of at least 12 people killed by ignition flaw and even the families don't know who's on the list.
Paris pollution leads to car ban
The air pollution in Paris has become so bad that the French government has introduced a temporary driving ban.
Honda Odyssey recall ties 900,000 minivans to fire risk
Honda is recalling nearly 900,000 minivans for a defect that could increase fire risk.
Tesla's Musk: N.J. direct sales ban is 'twisted'
Facing New Jersey regulation that bars the company from selling electric cars directly to buyers, Tesla turns to showrooming and blog brawling.
Barra on recall: 'Terrible things happened'
GM CEO Barra gives more blunt assessment of problems with GM recall, promises changes in way recalls are handled in future.
GM recall: 10 things you need to know
It seems like things keep changing with GM's recall of 1.4 million cars for ignition problems. Here's where things stand now.
Tesla CEO fights back in New Jersey
Elon Musk tells N.J. customers to buy Tesla cars in New York or Pennsylvania after Garden State bans direct sales of the cars.
GM recall: Mary Barra's ultimate test
If she performs well during this safety investigation, Barra will reinforce her leadership. Or it could become a baptism by fire.
GM ignition switch issue surfaced in 2001
It wasn't clear from the document if the issue discovered in 2001 was the same one tied to 13 deaths and a recent recall of 1.4 million cars in North America.
Repairs for recalled GM cars to start in April
Dealers need to stockpile large numbers of needed parts before they begin fixing cars with dangerous defect.
NJ agrees to ban Tesla's direct sales
A New Jersey agency has agreed that all automakers, including Tesla, must sell cars through franchised dealers in New Jersey.
Broadband on wheels: Connectivity is the new MPG
Audi's new A3 sedan is first with 4G LTE high-speed connectivity.
Reports: U.S. Attorney investigating General Motors recall
A federal prosecutor has reportedly launched a criminal investigation into the automaker's handling of a vehicle fault that resulted in at least 13 deaths.
Tesla lashes out at Chris Christie
Musk's electric car maker could see its dealerships closed down in New Jersey.
Coolest cars under $25,000
These are the cars that are the most fun to drive for less than $25,000, Kelley Blue Book saysyes maaam.
GM might not pay for recall deaths
GM and Chrysler both received a liability shield on accidents that took place before their 2009 bankruptcies.
Congress to investigate GM recall
Did General Motors and industry regulators fail to detect safety problems that may have led to 13 traffic deaths? A House panel has now opened an investigation, and will hold a hearing in coming weeks.
GM appoints team to investigate recall
Outside law firms will assist in General Motors' investigation into problems that led to 1.4 million-vehicle recall.
GM raising Corvette prices
Citing high demand, General Motors is increasing the base sticker price of the popular sports car by $2,000.
Tesla's $5 billion battery factory
The enormous size of the electric automaker's planned facility will give it leverage in future negotiations with partnering manufacturers.
Chrysler orders donated Vipers destroyed
Cars were being used in trade school training programs and have outlived their usefulness, the automaker says.
6 crucial cars from the 2014 Geneva Auto Show
Some may never hit the U.S. market, but these vehicles show where the industry is headed.
Ford CEO Mulally gets $14 million in stock bonus
Alan Mulally gets $13.8 million in new stock for his 2013 performance.
Hot cars from the Geneva Motor Show
These are some of the most striking cars that have rolled out at one of Europe's biggest automotive events.
Renault-Nissan alliance pushes economies of scale
The two auto brands aim for 70% joint development of vehicles under the "common module family" method.
Barra defends GM's recall response
In letter to GM employees, new CEO Mary Barra says automaker took proper steps on controversial recall.
TrueCar takes the haggle out of car buying
TrueCar's Scott Painter wants to bring transparency and ease to the auto industry.
9 ways the RV economy is bouncing back
After years of stagnation, the market for snowmobiles, boats, and ATVs is ready to hit the gas.
Big SUVs soldier on, in smaller numbers
They suffered a setback in the last decade. Now GM dominates the category and is betting big on these large vehicles.
Jeep unveils new Renegade SUV
The new subcompact SUV will be built in Italy and sold in 100 countries around the world.
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