Car Buyers Want Connectivity and Fuel Efficiency
When you're buying a new car, what do you want? Are you looking for the lowest environmental impact or the fastest, strongest engine. Do you want tons of technological toys, or would you prefer to keep things basic? These questions are surprisingly important to automakers and car dealers alike, which is why industry professionals are paying close attention to a recently released report from J.D.
GM to Incorporate AT&T 4G LTE into 2015 Vehicles
Early Monday morning, General Motors shared the news of its new partnership with telecom company AT&T - a partnership that will result in most new vehicles having support for 4G LTE mobile broadband built in by the end of 2014.
NHTSA Considers Two New Crash Tests
Slightly more than two years ago, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) put stricter crash tests into force, and now it's contemplating the addition of two more tests to its already-rigorous battery of safety evaluations.
Toyota Releases New Incentives to Boost Sales after Earthquake
It has been a rough few years for Toyota Motor Corp. Just as the automaker was given favorable results of investigations into unintended acceleration issues, Japan was hit by a major earthquake and tsunami, which caused a shortage of parts for the North American Market.
How to Find the Best Rates for Insuring a New Car
Insuring a New Car.
Purchasing a new car can be incredibly exciting, especially when you've only ever driven used cars. There's a reason, after all, that hands-on car washes and auto detailers offer "new car smell" as a scent option.
American Auto Industry Poised for Rebound in 2011
Speaking at the Automotive News Congress in early January, Dan Akerson, General Motors CEO said, "We cannot take two of America's big three automakers through the acid bath of bankruptcy, to call for huge sacrifices from our suppliers, dealers, investors, employees and retirees and then be content with a small version of the same old industry.".