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Edmunds: 5 High-Tech Vehicles for Less Than $36,000

By Rex Tokeshi-Torres, Edmunds | Mar 28
The fact is, if you want a high-tech car today it can quickly get expensive. With that in mind, the experts at Edmunds have picked their favorite high-tech vehicles for under $36,000.

Ford, Fiat Chrysler, Honda, Toyota Seek to Restart Factories

Ford, Fiat Chrysler, Honda, Toyota Seek to Restart Factories

Mar 27
The plants would reopen in early or mid-April, restoring the largest source of cash for automakers that generally book revenue when they ship vehicles to dealerships.

Ford Recalls 268K Cars in North America to Fix Door Latches

Ford Recalls 268K Cars in North America to Fix Door Latches

Mar 26
Ford is recalling more than 268,000 cars in North America to fix doors that could open unexpectedly or may not close.

Edmunds: Why Having Old Tires on Your Car Is A Risk

Edmunds: Why Having Old Tires on Your Car Is A Risk

By Ronald Montoya | Mar 25
Tires are of vital importance since they are the only part of the vehicle that makes contact with the road. Yet motorists often neglect their condition and age, and the results can be catastrophic.

Edmunds: Five Sedans Worth Considering Amid the SUV Mania

Edmunds: Five Sedans Worth Considering Amid the SUV Mania

By Cameron Rogers, Edmunds | Mar 23
SUVs are among the most popular vehicles on the road today. But there are still some great reasons to buy a sedan in 2020.

Automakers Shut North American Plants over Coronavirus Fears

Automakers Shut North American Plants over Coronavirus Fears

By Tom Krisher | Mar 19
Concerns about the spreading coronavirus forced most of North America's auto plants to close, at least temporarily.

U.S. Revises Passenger Safety Rules for Autonomous Vehicles

U.S. Revises Passenger Safety Rules for Autonomous Vehicles

By Tom Krisher | Mar 18
The U.S. government is coming out with new regulations aimed at changing automotive passenger safety standards that could be barriers to autonomous vehicles.

Automakers Dodged Parts Shortage, but Virus Poses New Threat

Automakers Dodged Parts Shortage, but Virus Poses New Threat

By Tom Krisher | Mar 17
Automakers face fast-moving new threats that seem beyond their control: Falling sales and sickened factory workers as the COVID-19 disease spreads through the United States and Europe.

Edmunds Recommends 5 Extra-Small Crossover SUVs

Edmunds Recommends 5 Extra-Small Crossover SUVs

By Ryan ZumMallen, Edmunds | Mar 11
Extra-small crossover SUVs make up the fastest-growing class in the automotive industry over the past five years, according to Edmunds data.

Who's Greener? Mine Fight Pits Electric Cars Against Flower

Who's Greener? Mine Fight Pits Electric Cars Against Flower

By Scott Sonner | Mar 9
The rare Tiehm's buckwheat stands less than a foot tall (30 centimeters) in Nevada's rocky high desert. To the Australian company that wants to mine lithium where it grows, the herb is a potential roadblock.

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