Ford Motor Company said Friday that it has halted shipments of all 2024 model year F-150 Lightning electric pickup trucks so that the company could perform quality checks for an unspecified issue.
The recall applies to Tundra, Sequoia and Lexus LX600 vehicles made between 2022 and 2024.
Some Tesla Cybertruck owners are voicing their concerns over potential rusting on their new vehicles.
In response to an increase in car break-ins and theft, Bellevue Police are launching their own task force to track down criminals targeting vehicles.
Washington state drivers are experiencing sticker shock after insurance rate increases that are, on average, higher than anything seen in the last few years.
The Honda recall, which covers many Honda and Acura models, is because a faulty sensor may cause the front passenger air bags to inflate when they're not supposed to.
Toyota and General Motors said the Takata air bag inflators in certain Corolla, Matrix, RAV4 and Pontiac Vibe models are at risk of exploding and hurling shrapnel.
The automaker said about 1,400 workers will be impacted by the move, with the Rouge Electric Vehicle Center transitioning to one shift, effective April 1.
Freezing temperatures and winter conditions plagued cities across the Midwest
Teslas and other electric vehicles may be the way of the future, but many EV owners are having trouble dealing with Chicago’s bitterly cold temperatures. Here's why.
New data shows Hyundai and Kia vehicles were stolen at a tenfold rate since a TikTok challenge exposed vulnerabilities.
The Biden administration is awarding $623 million in grants to help build an electric vehicle charging network across the nation.
The offloading of the vehicles will cut the company's global EV fleet by one-third, Hertz said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
An independent investigation found 174 irregularities with Daihatsu safety tests
Regulators issued more than 320 recalls this year for major car manufacturers in the U.S., potentially impacting more than 32 million vehicle models.
Tesla has issued another recall for certain Model S and Model X vehicles due to concerns of doors possibly unlocking during crashes.
A family narrowly escaped a car crashing into their apartment on Christmas night.
While EV sales are growing, their pace is falling well short of the industry’s ambitious timetable for transitioning away from combustion engines.
A new study found that Tesla drivers were involved in more accidents than any other auto brand, while drivers of another type of vehicle were in the most auto "incidents," including accidents, DUIs, speeding and citations.
The recall covers a range of Toyota and Lexus vehicles with model years from 2020 to 2022.