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These 10 car brands’ vehicles have the best resale value, according to the data

Automotive research firm iSeeCars.com's list is topped by Toyota with a resale average 7.3% better than the national average.
Mitsubishi Motors Taiwan had been one of the major sponsors of Blizzard's esports events.

Mitsubishi has ended its Hearthstone sponsorship amid Blizzard’s Hong Kong storm

Mitsubishi Motors Taiwan reportedly dropped its sponsorship of Blizzard's esports events two days after pro esports competitor Chung Ng Wai was banned.

Elon Musk spends a lot of time talking to Tesla owners on Twitter, but the company’s stores are terrible at responding to customers

Tesla placed 27th out of 28 auto brands in a ranking of the feedback dealerships received from customers and how they responded to it.
FCA CEO Mike Manley.

Fiat Chrysler’s business is already complicated — a merger with Renault would make it even more challenging

On its face, the proposed merger looks like a tie-up of Fiat and Renault, companies that have struggled as the industry has witnessed surging sales.

These are the 20 safest SUVs for 2019

BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Toyota made some of the safest SUVs for model year 2019.

Former Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn slams executives for ‘playing a dirty game’

Former auto CEO Carlos Ghosn has come out fighting as his months long battle against legal charges in Japan further intensifies.

Renault reportedly plans to restart Nissan merger talks in bid to buy out Fiat-Chrysler

One of the world's largest car-making pacts could become even larger. Renault is reportedly planning to merge with Nissan, then buy Fiat-Chrysler.
The Pininfarina Battista electric supercar.

25 hot cars at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show

Geneva has the latest from Aston Martin, Audi, Mercedes-Benz, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Polestar, VW, Subaru, Honda, Toyota, Nissan, and Mazda.
A 2005 Honda S2000.

52 cool cars that have been discontinued over the last 30 years

Entire brands such as Hummer, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Saab, and Plymouth have disappeared.
Carlos Ghosn

French automaker Renault is standing by its CEO after he was accused of financial crimes in Japan

Ghosn is the architect of a tripartite alliance that in 2017 was the world's biggest automaker by sales.