Subaru’s  Forester SUV  can now be had with a “Lineartronic” CVT automatic transmission

Mercedes and Subaru have both launched new models on to the Irish car market this week. Mercedes-Benz has announced the imminent arrival of its new CL(...)

Will anything generate more Geneva headlines than Ferrari’s gorgeous 488 GTB?

There are physically bigger shows (Frankfurt and its roller-skate-friendly hall sizes for instance) and there are shows that arguably have more influe(...)

Large amounts of data on driving histories are harvested, frequently without consumers being explicitly aware that the information is being collected or how it will be used

Serious gaps in security and customer privacy affect nearly every vehicle that uses wireless technology, according to a US report released on Monday. (...)

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Millions of cars worldwide are being recalled due to faulty, potentially lethal, airbags.

It’s the case of Hien Tran which most starkly illustrates the serious dangers surrounding the current global recall of cars fitted with airbags made b(...)

The Subaru WRX STi: as much a practical daily driver as a warp-speed performance machine

No, it’s not an Impreza. Oh sure, much of the structure under this Subaru WRX STi’s bulging bodykit is indeed related to that of the more humble Impre(...)

Chevrolet Malibu: the 2014 model with forward collision alert  gets the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s highest designation, the Top Safety Pick+

Just as the European New Car Assessment Programme (Euro NCAP) conducts independent crash tests on new cars on this side of the Atlantic, so the Insura(...)

The air bags were supplied by Japan’s Takata, which has seen more than 12 million vehicles recalled over the past five years for related air bag issues

German carmaker BMW said on Wednesday it is recalling about 1.6 million cars worldwide to replace passenger-side front airbags made by Takata because (...)

Car designers should take great succour from Google’s self-driving car, particularly the unending sneers and derision from the engineering set. For(...)

From July, new cars will display the 142 number plate, as we enter into the second year of the new registration system. Perhaps we’ll be used to it(...)