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Volkswagen to Adjust Mileage on 7 Models, Pay Owners for Misstated MPG

By Kelsey Mays on August 30, 2019

As part of a settlement with plaintiffs regarding its mileage claims, the Volkswagen Group will restate fuel-economy figures slightly across seven models sold from the 2013 to 2017 model years. Own... Read More
The Week in Tesla News: Smart Summon on Its Way, New Battery Buddy, VW Denies Buy-in and More

By Brian Wong on August 27, 2019

Another week, another Tesla fire (though this time it isn’t car-related!) as we bring you another round of news from the headline-generating luxury electric automaker. This week, Tesla isn’t alone ... Read More
VW Is Getting a Fresh Face: 3 Key Takeaways

By Patrick Masterson on August 23, 2019

Volkswagen is taking the repercussions of its 2015 diesel scandal to their logical conclusion with a complete company rebranding set to debut at the 2019 International Motor Show Germany in Frankfu... Read More
The Week in Tesla News: Model 3 Air Suspension Suspended, Woman Gets Key Implant, Tesla Fire and More

By Brian Wong on August 20, 2019

Though some of the news around Tesla and CEO Elon Musk went interplanetary this week, we’re going to keep things on terra firma, where there was still plenty happening for both Tesla vehicles and e... Read More
10 Biggest News Stories of the Week: RAV4 Recall Rolls Over Mazda CX-9 Review

By Matt Schmitz on August 14, 2019

Even in the Toyota RAV4’s more unflattering moments, the best-selling compact crossover continually proves its popularity. Case in point: A federal safety recall of approximately 14,000 model-year ... Read More
The Week in Tesla News: Self-Driving Price Hike, Model 3 Crash Tests, Getaway Tesla and More

By Lauren Leazenby on August 13, 2019

There’s never a shortage of Tesla news out there, but the past week was a doozy. The price of full self-driving capability in Teslas is about to increase (and keep increasing). In safety news, the ... Read More
Did MyFord Touch Rub You the Wrong Way? You Could Get $400 From Lawsuit

By Jennifer Geiger on August 8, 2019

Owners of Ford and Lincoln vehicles — including us — have been complaining about defective MyFord Touch and MyLincoln Touch multimedia systems for years, and it appears that the squeaky wheels have... Read More
The Week in Tesla News: Dog Mode Has Fleas, Free Supercharging Back (for Some) and More

By Lauren Leazenby on August 6, 2019

Tesla is always releasing new and innovative things out into the world. Sometimes, those things are just for a select few of us to enjoy, as with the relaunch of free, unlimited Supercharging now a... Read More
The Week in Tesla News: Netflix and Drive, Cameras to Capture Driver Preferences, Electric-Van Life

By Lauren Leazenby on July 30, 2019

This week, the Tesla news is all about what a Tesla can do for its driver. CEO Elon Musk said you’ll soon be able to binge-watch your favorite shows from the driver’s seat, and Tesla revealed in a ... Read More
Destination Fees on Cars Are Way Up; Here’s Why

By Kelsey Mays on July 16, 2019

If you haven’t shopped for a new car lately, you might balk at an item near the bottom of the window sticker: the destination charge. Once a nominal fee of around $500, such charges have ballooned ... Read More