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A great little package but be aware that souped-up models can be very pricy

As constant at the Northern Star, the little 500 has been on Fiat’s books since 2007, and is indeed really the car that saved Fiat from a major financ(...)

Yet again, we find a compact crossover languishing near the bottom of the list, which suggests that in spite of the runaway popularity of such cars, (...)

Suzuki Vitara

Best in class: Suzuki Vitara It may seem odd to recommend a car not from a ‘mainstream’ brand as the class best in such a hotly contended sector of(...)

Prepping for its 75th anniversary next year, Jeep is one of those brands that has things you don’t quite expect, including an off-road ability that allows it to climb to the summit of an active volcano

I have something of an awkward relationship with volcanoes. The last time a spewing torrent of liquid magma and I crossed paths, it was the famous er(...)

The figures for Fiat show the firm recorded an operating profit of €558,000 for 2014, compared with a €37,000 loss for 2013. Photographer: Patrick T Fallon/Bloomberg

The Irish subsidiary of Italian car firm Fiat last year returned to profit for the first time since 2000. Accounts for Fiat Group Automobiles Ireland(...)

Alcatel Onetouch Car Wifi There was plenty of coverage recently when hackers showed they could take over a Jeep’s computer remotely across the(...)

A replica of a Ferrari Formula One car is seen in Santiago, Chile

Ferrari priced its initial public offering at the top of expectations on Tuesday, raising $893 million, as drivers enamored with the luxury sports car(...)

The interior of Audi’s upcoming A4, which will offer in-car connectivity via a flat-rate sim card from Irish firm Cubic Telecom which cuts out roaming charges for connected drivers.

An Irish tech firm is behind Audi’s launch of a Europe-wide, flat-rate sim card, fitted in its new models from next year, that cuts out roaming charg(...)

FCA hastily released a software update after two professional hackers showed Wired magazine they could use a laptop from their own homes to take over a 2014 Jeep Cherokee as a reporter drove the car.

Security fears could put a dampener on future self-driving cars after hackers showed they could wirelessly take control of hundreds of thousands of U(...)

 A man taking photos beside the Volkswagen logo at the 16th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition in Shanghai, China, in April. A  vast shopping spree  in past years built up the now titanic Volkswagen Group. Photograph: How Hwee Young/EPA

“The merger is wonderful news. It will be the saving . . . of the industry. One has the know-how on the heavy vehicle side and one on the car side.(...)

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