With the introduction of the 2015 Discovery Sport, Land Rover replaces the LR2 as the company's least expensive, entry-level model.
Fueled by Labor Day deals that kicked off well before the long holiday weekend, combined with factors such as continued low interest rates and improving household finances, last month's new-vehicle sales helped the summer selling season go out with a bang.
According to J.D. Power research, new-vehicle buyers report that audio, communication, entertainment, and navigation (ACEN) systems are the primary source of problems with their cars, trucks, SUVs, and vans.
As the first Volvo model designed and developed after China's Geely purchased the brand from Ford Motor Company, the all-new 2015 XC90 represents a turning point for the iconic Swedish brand and signals the path Volvo will follow in years to come.
During the past week, Chrysler Group (Chrysler), Ford Motor Company (Ford), General Motors (GM), and Jaguar Land Rover issued vehicle recalls, affecting model years 2012-2105.
New-vehicle retail sales and total sales in August are on pace to surpass May for the highest levels in 2014, according to a monthly sales forecast developed jointly by J.D. Power and LMC Automotive.
With the new 2015 Silverado Rally Edition models, Chevrolet injects some sport-truck attitude into its full-size pickup line.
During the past week, four automakers--Ford, GM, Jaguar Land Rover, and Toyota--issued vehicle recalls, affecting a total of just over 330,000 cars, trucks, and SUVs.
Following the release of the 2-door Challenger SRT Hellcat, Dodge has announced that it will produce an ultra-high-performance 4-door 2015 Charger SRT Hellcat, which the automaker claims is the quickest, fastest, most powerful sedan in the world.
Automakers are responding to consumer demand for third-row seating, but at a price: customers complain that the third row of seats can lead to a lessening of the overall quality of the vehicle, and a loss of cargo space.