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Ram Trucks Recalled to Fix Problem with Gear Shifters

Ram Trucks Recalled to Fix Problem with Gear Shifters

Feb 19
Fiat Chrysler is recalling about 229,000 Ram trucks, mostly in North America, because they can be shifted out of park without a key in the ignition or a foot on the brake.

Pyeongchang Olympics Showcases Korean Self-Driving Vehicles

Pyeongchang Olympics Showcases Korean Self-Driving Vehicles

By Pietro Decristofaro and Youkyoung Lee | Feb 17
There's a competition at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics that has nothing to do with sports, and plenty to do with jousting between automakers and tech companies over autonomously driving vehicles.

Edmunds Offers Top Picks for Stick Shifts

Edmunds Offers Top Picks for Stick Shifts

By Travis Langness | Feb 16
For some drivers, pushing a clutch pedal and rowing your gears are among the most satisfying parts of the driving experience. For others, nostalgia explains the attraction. We've rounded up some of our favorites from a variety of vehicle classes.

Electric Cars Have Benefits, but Likely Won't Save You Money

Electric Cars Have Benefits, but Likely Won't Save You Money

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Feb 10
Electric cars have a lot of perks: zero emissions, a quiet ride and instant acceleration. But can they save you money? Probably not.

Continental Teams with NVIDIA on Self-Driving Car System

Continental Teams with NVIDIA on Self-Driving Car System

Feb 7
Software maker NVIDIA (Nah-VID-E-uh) and German auto parts supplier Continental are teaming to build a self-driving vehicle system that will hit the market in 2021.

Nissan Plans 20 Electric Models for China Through 2022

Nissan Plans 20 Electric Models for China Through 2022

By Joe McDonald | Feb 6
Nissan and a Chinese partner announced plans Monday to develop 20 electric vehicles as part of a $10 billion, five-year investment program, adding to efforts by global automakers to create commercially competitive electrics.

Q&A: Ride-Hailing Service Lyft's Product Chief Tali Rapaport

Q&A: Ride-Hailing Service Lyft's Product Chief Tali Rapaport

By Tom Krisher | Feb 5
Even though it's been in business for just over five years, the Lyft ride-hailing service is still evolving as it moves toward a time when personal car ownership falls and self-driving robotaxis start carrying passengers.

Mitsubishi Recalls SUV and Car Models; Belt Can Come Loose

Mitsubishi Recalls SUV and Car Models; Belt Can Come Loose

Feb 3
Mitsubishi is recalling about 640,000 cars and SUVs worldwide because the accessory drive belt can come loose and cause engines to stall.

Edmunds Compares Lincoln Navigator and Cadillac Escalade

Edmunds Compares Lincoln Navigator and Cadillac Escalade

By Mark Takahashi | Feb 1
Just a handful of automakers offer three-row luxury SUVs. Within that group are two well-known domestic models: the 2018 Cadillac Escalade and 2018 Lincoln Navigator.

German Automakers Face Heat Over Tests on Monkeys, Humans

German Automakers Face Heat Over Tests on Monkeys, Humans

By David McHugh and Geir Moulson | Jan 30
Public criticism of the German auto industry has escalated on reports that diesel exhaust tests were carried out on both monkeys and humans.

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