The best OBD2 scanners can not only show what's going on inside your car but also turn off the check-engine light, helping you to avoid costly repairs.
The new Sonata Hybrid adds serious fuel economy to one of the best midsize sedans out there. The result is a comfortable tech-laden sedan that has it all — even though the excitement can be lacking.
This Alexa vs. Google Assistant vs. Siri face-off can help you decide which smart assistant is best for you?
The 2020 Nissan Sentra isn't the best compact sedan out there, but it is a superb value and a sharp dresser.
The beta version of the next iOS update includes the option to unlock and start a car with a shareable pass stored in the Apple Wallet app.
The Echo Auto lets you bring Alexa to your car. For a limited time, Amazon has it on sale for just $29.
BMW's i3 Urban Suite concept previews what a commute designed entirely around your comfort might feel like in an autonomous future.
This webOS-powered vehicle recognizes your face, senses your movements and entertains the crap out of you.
Sony's CES press conference ends with the surprise appearance of an electric car prototype Sony built to show off how its components can aid car makers.
A partnership between Hyundai and Uber Elevate gives us a clue about public transportation in a connected future.
Qualcomm's new autonomous-driving processing platform aims to do for cars what Snapdragon processors did for phones.
You'll still have to wait at the pump, but at least payment will be less painful, thanks to a new partnership Amazon has launched with ExxonMobil.
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Arcimoto believes its FUV should be the future of personal mobility. It's sure fun to drive — even if it’s a bit intimidating in New York traffic.
The FordPass smartphone app still lets a rental-car customer control a vehicle five months after it was returned.
The entry-level Nissan sedan is now more fun to drive, better looking, safer and better appointed — and it's still one of the cheapest propositions in the segment.
The Roav Bolt is an excellent, affordable way to put smarts in an old ride. However, newer vehicles with robust Bluetooth capabilities and infotainment systems won’t benefit much from it.