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Edmunds Separates Fact from Fiction about Green Cars

Edmunds Separates Fact from Fiction about Green Cars

By Mark Takahashi of Edmunds | Sep 11, 2021

With all the developments in the auto industry you may think your next car will be electric. The experts at Edmunds examin some of the most prevalent EV myths.

Parts Shortage Will Keep Auto Prices Sky-High

Parts Shortage Will Keep Auto Prices Sky-High

Sep 5, 2021

Back in the spring, a shortage of computer chips that had sent auto prices soaring appeared, finally, to be easing. Some relief for consumers seemed to be in sight. That hope has now dimmed.

Edmunds: Vehicle Prices Remain High This Labor Day Weekend

Edmunds: Vehicle Prices Remain High This Labor Day Weekend

By Ronald Montoya of Edmunds | Sep 4, 2021

If this were a normal year, Labor Day would traditionally kick off the start of end-of-model-year vehicle clearance sales. But this hasn't been a normal year in the car business.

Ford Unveils 'Very Gay' Car in Response to Homophobia

Ford Unveils 'Very Gay' Car in Response to Homophobia

By Emell Adolphus | Aug 31, 2021

In reponse to homphobic comments about the color of the company's Raptor vehicle being "very gay," Ford's German branch responded with a rainbow.

Edmunds Says Goodbye to Five Discontinued Vehicles for 2022

Edmunds Says Goodbye to Five Discontinued Vehicles for 2022

By Ryan ZumMallen, Edmunds | Aug 28, 2021

While there are reasons behind each vehicle's discontinuation, it's possible you might want one before they're sold out. Edmunds' experts highlighted five vehicles that will be gone soon.

Edmunds: How to Calculate an Electric Vehicle's Charge Costs

Edmunds: How to Calculate an Electric Vehicle's Charge Costs

By Jonathan Elfalan of Edmunds | Aug 22, 2021

One of the challenges people have with electric vehicles is figuring out how much they cost to operate. Here's how to calculate what it will cost to charge your EV, as compiled by Edmunds' experts.

GM Extends Recall to Cover All Chevy Bolts Due to Fire Risk

GM Extends Recall to Cover All Chevy Bolts Due to Fire Risk

By Tom Krisher | Aug 21, 2021

General Motors said Friday it is recalling all Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles sold worldwide to fix a battery problem that could cause fires.

Edmunds: Five Affordable Sporty Midsize Sedans

Edmunds: Five Affordable Sporty Midsize Sedans

By Travis Langness of Edmunds | Aug 14, 2021

Although SUVs dominate automotive sales, midsize sedans are still a practical choice given their roomy seating, respectable fuel economy and value.

Edmunds: The Five Best Hybrid SUVs You Can Buy

Edmunds: The Five Best Hybrid SUVs You Can Buy

Aug 7, 2021

The latest hybrid SUVs can get impressive fuel economy while providing plenty of cargo space, a higher ride height, available all-wheel drive and cutting-edge technology features.

Biden Seeks to Boost Fuel Economy

Biden Seeks to Boost Fuel Economy

By Tom Krisher | Aug 5, 2021

The Biden administration wants automakers to raise gas mileage and cut tailpipe pollution between now and model year 2026.

Henry Ford Museum's New Exhibit Celebrates Motorsports

Henry Ford Museum's New Exhibit Celebrates Motorsports

By Jenna Fryer | Aug 4, 2021

The national landmark museum, founded in 1929 by the creator of the Model T and father of Ford Motor Co., houses some of the most historic items in U.S. history.

Edmunds' Guide to Vehicle History Reports

Edmunds' Guide to Vehicle History Reports

By Ronald Montoya, Edmunds | Jul 31, 2021

Several companies sell vehicle history reports, promising to reveal the past of any given vehicle. In this article, we'll take a look at the two largest vehicle history report providers.

Climate Bid Faces Tricky Path over Money for Electric Cars

Climate Bid Faces Tricky Path over Money for Electric Cars

By Hope Yen | Jul 30, 2021

The back-and-forth in a closely divided Congress over EV funding reflects a tricky balance for the auto industry and the Biden administration.

Volkswagen Earnings Beat Pre-pandemic Pevels on Luxury Makes

Volkswagen Earnings Beat Pre-pandemic Pevels on Luxury Makes

By David McHugh | Jul 29, 2021

Germany's auto industry showed more strong results Thursday as Volkswagen's earnings and profit margins beat pre-pandemic levels and the company raised its profit outlook for the year.

Tesla Reaches Milestone with First $1B Quarterly Profit

Tesla Reaches Milestone with First $1B Quarterly Profit

By Michael Liedtke | Jul 27, 2021

Tesla's quarterly profit has surpassed $1 billion for the first time thanks to the electric car pioneer's ability to navigate through a pandemic-driven computer chip shortage.

Smart Eye Deputy CEO Rana el Kaliouby Talks Automotive AI

Smart Eye Deputy CEO Rana el Kaliouby Talks Automotive AI

By Matt O'Brien | Jul 26, 2021

Carmakers are bracing for new safety rules and standards around the world that could require dashboard cameras to detect dangerous driver behavior.

Edmunds: Is It Possible to Return the Car You Just Bought?

Edmunds: Is It Possible to Return the Car You Just Bought?

By Ronald Montoya of Edmunds | Jul 24, 2021

But what happens if you later have buyer's remorse, whether it be from too high of a car payment or realizing your new car isn't actually what you wanted?

How Commercial Auto Insurance Works

How Commercial Auto Insurance Works

By Lucy Lazarony | Jul 23, 2021

Whether your business fleet is big or small, you'll need to insure the vehicles that you use for business purposes.

A Small Victory: Used Car Prices Slip from Dizzy Heights

A Small Victory: Used Car Prices Slip from Dizzy Heights

By Tom Krisher | Jul 22, 2021

The seemingly endless streak of skyrocketing used-vehicle prices appears to be coming to a close.

Daimler: $4.3 Billion Quarterly Profit Despite Chip Shortage

Daimler: $4.3 Billion Quarterly Profit Despite Chip Shortage

By David McHugh | Jul 21, 2021

German auto maker Daimler reaped strong profits in the second quarter as demand for its Mercedes luxury cars continued to rebound from the depths of the pandemic.

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