If you have plans to sell your current ride anytime soon, there is some good news and some great news.
Electric vehicles can be intimidating for first time buyers. To help, here is a handy Electric car buying guide to help you along the way.
With flying cars, floating cars and giant Hot Wheels models added to the debuts and concept vehicles signs abounded that the auto industry is getting its swag back.
According to a study published by J.D. Power and Associates, many car-buyers avoid green cars because they're too small, look strange, or cost too much.
Dealers warn that the new CAFE regulations could boost the cost of new cars by as much as $5,000. Here is a breakdown of what to expect down the road.
After several months of using a Volt and a Leaf as his sole family transport, this reviewer has a better understanding of how both cars perform.
The two fuels that will largely power us for the next 20, maybe 30, years are already here. They are gasoline (with some ethanol in it), and electricity.
As seen in the 17 cars in this slideshow, nearly every new model on display in New York was more fuel efficient, sleeker and more stylized than the previous one.
At the New York Auto Show, Alan Mulally, President and CEO of Ford, spent much of his time discussing Ford's turnaround, electric cars and how you might run your home in the future.
At the New York Auto Show Chevrolet drew the most attention to its new small compacts: the Spark, the Aveo, and two brand-new models: the Cruze RS and Cruze Eco.
The 2010 World Car of the Year Awards were handed out at the New York Auto Show, and Volkswagen was the big winner, taking home trophies in two of the four categories.
Here is the transcript of President Obama's 100 Days press conference, complete with the full Q&A session.
As seen by the 23 cars in this slideshow, if you can look past the bad economic news, the future of the auto industry looks bright with a new generation of cars to fall in love with.
This slideshow proves that not all the news out of Detroit is about doom and gloom -- the cars and concept vehicles at the NAIAS provided plenty of good things to talk about.