The J.D. Power initial quality rankings are out again this year, and for the first time a non-premium brand topped the list.
Remember when Hyundai and Kia were synonymous with cheap transportation and so-so quality? Well, they aren't any more, as Kia topped the list with 83 problems per 100 vehicles,
How do you have improve a benchmark setting luxury sports sedan? In the case of the BMW 3-series, you create the 2016 BMW 340i. The well-known 335i designation is no more. What's different? For starters, the 340i (F30 designation) gets a new inline 6-cylinder engine (B58 designation). The displacement remains the
If a recent report from Auto Express is true, fans of the old BMW 8 Series have cause for jubilation. The Bavarian auto maker has applied for trademarks for names that indicate a new S-Class coupe fighter is in the works. Among them are 825, 830, 835, 845, 850, M850,
In this edition of Ask Nathan:
The Next Hyundai Veloster?
Replacing my BMW 328d?
Used Mazda2 or used Scion xD?
This first question comes from a viewer who is currious about the next Hyundai Veloster.
Hi. Any idea what the next Hyundai Veloster will be like?
I was thinking about the turbo, it's
Two more major automobile manufacturers are venturing into the on-demand transportation industry through partnerships with two carpooling mobile app companies.
BMW i Ventures announced its plan to partner with Scoop, while Toyota Motor Corp. recently announced its intention to partner with Uber. Volkswagen Group announced its plans to partner with Gett
With all the talk these days about self-driving cars and diesel emission scandals, it’s easy to forget that we live in the golden age of performance. An average mid-size sedan can drop a 6 second 0-60 time, and almost supercar levels of speed are now attainable for well under $100k.
TFLcar staffer, Brian Waring, snapped this photo in Southern California of what appears to be a 2017 BMW 5 Series out testing in the wild.
The shape is unmistakably BMW, and the scale puts it right in the midsize 5 Series dimensions. Judging by the car's silhouette, it appears this test
On the launch pad today is the second-generation F86 BMW X6 M dressed in Melbourne red metallic paint. German brawn comes from a 4.4-liter M TwinPower turbocharged V8 said to be the most powerful engine developed for the company's all-wheel drive models. Hot or not? You decide after watching the