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Dealers warn buyers: Get your new car before they're gone, supply vanishing Dealers warn buyers: Get your new car before they're gone, supply vanishing
Wed, June, 3, 2020
Dealers are urging buyers to get a new car before they're gone. Jamie LaReau from the Detroit Free Press has the story.
Hackers on the other side of the world can take control of your vehicle Hackers on the other side of the world can take control of your vehicle
Mon, January, 13, 2020
Phoebe Wall Howard from the Detroit Free Press breaks down how vulnerable your car is to hackers.
Ford knew Focus, Fiesta models had flawed transmission, sold them anyway Ford knew Focus, Fiesta models had flawed transmission, sold them anyway
Fri, July, 12, 2019
Phoebe Wall Howard of the Detroit Free Press breaks the controversial story detailing Ford's decision to sell their flawed Focus and Fiesta models, and what we can expect in the aftermath.
SUVs are Bumper-to-Bumper on Dealer Lots, With More on the Way SUVs are Bumper-to-Bumper on Dealer Lots, With More on the Way
Thu, July, 11, 2019
WSJ's Ben Foldy expands upon the abundance of SUVs appearing on the car market, and how their prices will start to drop
How GM plans to prosper when people stop buying cars How GM plans to prosper when people stop buying cars
Wed, May, 29, 2019
GM has plans if people ever stop buying cars. Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance has the latest.
Your 'domestic' vehicle may not be made in America: Here's where they're built Your 'domestic' vehicle may not be made in America: Here's where they're built
Fri, April, 5, 2019
What makes a car American? Jamie LaReau from the Detroit Free Press says your 'domestic' vehicle may not be made in America.
An unseen risk to the Uber and Lyft IPO's An unseen risk to the Uber and Lyft IPO's
Wed, April, 3, 2019
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance explains how renting could become more popular than owning a vehicle.
The Melting Away of GM Motors The Melting Away of GM Motors
Thu, December, 6, 2018
Economist Peter Morici looks at GM Motors' bleak future after enduring another round of layoffs.
Americans' Love Affair with Huge Vehicles Collides with Tiny Parking Spaces Americans' Love Affair with Huge Vehicles Collides with Tiny Parking Spaces
Tue, June, 19, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Christina Rogers joins Gordon to discuss why you might want to ignore your desire for a bigger vehicle and settle for a more compact one-- that is if you plan on parking it.
Carmakers try to Cajole Consumers into caring about Air-Bag Recall Carmakers try to Cajole Consumers into caring about Air-Bag Recall
Wed, December, 20, 2017
The latest Honda air-bag recall highlights a key issue among many car owners: neglecting to do routine maintenance. The Wall Street Journal's Adrienne Roberts discusses the steps Honda and other car manufacturers are taking to reach consumers.
Is your vehicle under a recall? Some ideas for getting the word out to owners Is your vehicle under a recall? Some ideas for getting the word out to owners
Tue, November, 14, 2017
Eric D. Lawrence from the Detroit Free Press breaks down some ideas to get the recall word out to car owners.
You probably can't afford that new car you just brought You probably can't afford that new car you just brought
Mon, July, 3, 2017
Moneyish.com editor Catey Hill breaks down why you should think twice before buying that new car.
Live from the Detroit Auto Show Live from the Detroit Auto Show
Tue, January, 10, 2017
Automotive Expert Mike Caudill joined us from the floor of the Detroit Auto Show.
Tesla's Big Problem with Autopilot Feature May Come Down to its Name Tesla's Big Problem with Autopilot Feature May Come Down to its Name
Thu, July, 14, 2016
Two drivers of Tesla cars got into two separate accidents, both using the Autopilot feature in the company's new car. Buzzfeed Reporter Priya Anand explains why the Autopilot feature can be misleading to drivers.
Where's the lane? Self-driving cars confused by shabby U.S. roadways Where's the lane? Self-driving cars confused by shabby U.S. roadways
Mon, April, 4, 2016
Alexandria Sage from Reuters explains how crumbling infrastructure is confusing self-driving cars.
Dashboard Data Troves: How Vehicles Keep Tabs on Consumers Dashboard Data Troves: How Vehicles Keep Tabs on Consumers
Fri, February, 19, 2016
Your car maybe spying on you. Mike Spector from the Wall Street Journal explains.
The Brake Pedal on Your Car is Becoming Obsolete The Brake Pedal on Your Car is Becoming Obsolete
Fri, January, 15, 2016
Will cars soon only have one pedal? Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance has the latest.
Is a Hacked Vehicle Also Defective? Is a Hacked Vehicle Also Defective?
Wed, August, 26, 2015
Is a hacked vehicle also defective? Mike Spector from the Wall Street Journal says regulators and automakers disagree on the answer.