Electric cars, with their punchy low-speed response and low operating costs (if you don’t count resale-value issues), seem like ideal vehicles to use for urban shuttling. Which is why General Motors has been offering, through its Maven mobility company, the Chevrolet Bolt EV as a weekly rental to members who…""
If you’re the type who enjoys wringing your hands over those who have lost their way, then you’re probably fixated on BMW right now. Among a litany of warning signs, its embrace of electrically assisted steering plus the prioritization of ride comfort, SUVs, and now all-wheel-drive M cars suggests the…""
Chevrolet has known few more potent letter combinations than ZR, and the next chapter of the badge’s legend is set to be written by a Corvette that we expect will pack somewhere north of 700 horsepower. In the history of less-than-full-size General Motors trucks, however, those letters have mostly adorned…""
Volkswagen is recalling a total of 281,505 cars in the United States for three separate fuel-leakage problems, according to filings with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The first involves 2015–2016 Golf, Golf SportWagen, and GTI models sold in states requiring partial zero emission vehicle (PZEV) modifications, along with front-wheel-drive 1.8T…""
BMW is injecting some small updates into its M2 performance coupe for the 2018 model year. While the most powerful 2-series model continues to be powered by a 365-hp turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six connected to either a six-speed manual or seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, those seated behind the wheel of the refreshed car are treated…""
Hyundai has released details of subscription pricing for the 2017 Ioniq Electric, and the all-inclusive deal could finally shake the auto-leasing industry’s penchant for hidden costs, particularly given that the Korean automaker wants to expand the program beyond California. The all-inclusive pricing deal, called Ioniq Unlimited+, has three tiers corresponding…""