My father didn't care about keeping up with the Joneses. He went for "practical" economy cars, no matter what I had to say on the matter--and believe me, I had plenty to say.
Honda has leased only 174 Fit EVs to date, so it bit the bullet and cut the lease price to $259 a month. With zero down, a free charger and unlimited miles. It's part of a fire sale going on industry-wide as automakers look to get these babies off the lot.
A new Massachusetts law makes arcane repair coding accessible to all, but does it also give car thieves a leg up?
Students from fifteen universities are in the middle of a three-year green car competition that, win or lose, often leads them to jobs with the Big Three.
Until fairly recently, General Motors was a supporter of climate denial groups. But its turnabout, taking on a new role as a fighter for carbon reductions, has been dramatic and real.
The oil industry says consumers will pay an additional six to nine cents per gallon at the pump for a new EPA plan to get sulfur out of gasoline. The Natural Resources Defense Council say the actual cost is less than a penny unless you factor in huge profits.
The average new car costs more than $30,000-- out of reach for median-income people in nearly every major city, in a recent survey. The good news? Under-$15,000 sub-compacts are offering great value and fuel economy. Electrics are looking better, too.
Honda partners with SolarCity for a unique project, subsidizing solar power for car owners and dealers.