Car owners requiring repairs are facing lengthy delays as mechanics struggle to acquire parts just as COVID-19 fears lead many to shun public transport and get behind the wheel.
- by Henrietta Cook
The chief of the Cherokee Nation in the United States has called on American carmaker, Jeep, to retire the Cherokee nameplate from its range of popular SUVs.
- by William Davis
Thomas Fleck’s 1973 Kombi holds a special place in his heart.
- by Sam Purcell
Since getting my driver’s licence at the age of 17, I’ve always had a problem with one aspect of being behind the wheel.
- by Danny Katz
Australian importer to sell electric cars online only.
- by Justin Narayen
A year ago, investors had pretty much given up on the big global carmakers. Shares of Daimler, General Motors and Ford were at 10-year lows. The pandemic looked like it would seal their fate. But it turns out the old behemoths may not be doomed just yet.
- by Jack Ewing
As automakers like General Motors, Volkswagen and Ford make bold promises about transitioning to an electrified, emission-free future, one thing is becoming obvious: They will need a lot of batteries.
- by Jack Ewing and Ivan Penn
It is illegal to drive over the speed limit on Australian roads. At open race track nights at Eastern Creek, drivers with a taste for speed can drive as fast as they like.
- by Julie Power and Nigel Gladstone
Used car prices are up by almost 40 per cent and mechanics are booked solid in “ridiculous” pandemic market conditions.
- by Zach Hope