Latest Autos News
- Consumer Reports Finds Some Newer Cars Burn Too Much Oil "The companies should be willing to step up and take responsibility for their products," said Mark Rechtin, the magazine's cars content team leader.
- US Opens Probe Of Ford F-150 Power Brake Failures U.S. safety regulators are investigating complaints that the power brake assist can fail on some Ford F-150 pickup trucks.
- Google's New Self-Driving Cars Cruising Silicon Valley Roads This marks the first time that the pod-like, two seat vehicles have been allowed on public streets.
- Mitsubishi Recalls 460K Cars; 5 Hurt When Air Bags Hit Visor Air bags have the potential to push sun visors into passengers and cause injuries in a crash.
- Fiat Chrysler Recalls Jeep SUVs For Water Leak Problem Fiat Chrysler found that water can get into the lift gate control modules on some Cherokees and cause an electrical short.
- Ford Motor Recalls 20K Vans, SUVs Over Panel, Seat Belt Issues The company warns chimes and lights might not work on the instrument panel when the vehicles are started.
- German Auto Supplier Investing $71M, Adding 570 Jobs In Michigan The Michigan Strategic Fund approved up to $4 million in incentives for ZF North America Inc.
- Chevrolet Releases All Emoji Press Release Chevrolet has issued an all-emoji press release in advance of the reveal of the new Chevrolet Cruze.
- GM To Hire 300, Invest $245M In Michigan For New Vehicle Program The automaker announced plans Monday for the plant in Oakland County's Orion Township.
- 'It's An Historic Shift': Japanese Brands Overtaken In JD Power Quality Study Japanese brands are no longer alone at the top when it comes to car and truck quality.
- VIDEO REVIEW: Different Is Good In The European-styled Jeep Renegade WWJ AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert checks out Jeep's new small SUV.
- Mayor Duggan Says Study Proves Proposed Detroit Insurance Plan Would Save Money For Drivers Campaigning for his so-called "D-Insurance" plan, Mayor Mike Duggan says he can prove it will save Detroiters 50 percent.