Shoehorned between Spain and France, the tiny, landlocked principality of Andorra is draped over 180 square miles of the Pyrenees mountains. Fewer than 90,000 people call it home, but many more stream over its borders to enjoy its duty-free shopping, myriad ski resorts, and extremely friendly income-tax code (as in,…""
What It Is: A new-generation Ford Ranger pickup wearing what appear to be wide fenders, beefy off-road tires, and lots of camouflage. The style of those wheels, and the seemingly shaved front bumper that raise this Ranger’s chin higher over potential obstacles should look familiar to anyone who’s seen the…""
Takata filed for bankruptcy Monday and will sell a majority of its business to Michigan-based Key Safety Systems for $1.6 billion, according to court filings and company statements. As reported last week, Key Safety Systems—owned by Chinese electronics supplier Ningbo Joyson—emerged as the leading bidder for Takata. However, Takata’s airbag…""
It seems like just yesterday that Jaguar rolled out a rejiggered powertrain lineup for the 2018 XE, XF, and F-Pace. Now the engine choices are changing once again with the addition of a new four-cylinder 30t trim that replaces the six-cylinder 35t models for Jag’s compact sedan, mid-size sedan, and…""
Some car names die too soon, others cling to life with the tenacity of cockroaches, and a few even return from the dead. The last Mitsubishi badged as an Eclipse was a mostly undistinguished two-door once built at Diamond-Star Motors, a Mitsubishi/Chrysler joint venture. There were rabid fans of the…""
BMW headquarters may be in Munich, but the German company is eager to note its manufacturing success in the United States. For more than two decades the company’s Spartanburg, South Carolina plant has built BMW products, including the Z3, the first-generation Z4, and variants of the E36 3-series. Today, the…""