Ford follows Tesla in removing AM radio from its new cars, but Congress could still step in
“Full Circle” goes inside the plan to race a dream car at Daytona
With “Full Circle,” author Petra Perkins has the inside track on the true story of space engineers and computer geeks who set their sights on the finish line at Daytona.
Colorado lawmakers attempt to tackle auto theft scourge by increasing penalties for repeat offenders
The legislation would also make stealing any vehicle a Class 5 felony, which is generally punishable by one to three years in prison or a fine between $1,000 to $100,000, or both.
Amazon’s first electric vans started delivering packages in the Denver area this week
The first Amazon deliveries using new Rivian electric vans reached Denver this week, one of 16 U.S. locations the online retailer plans to deploy electric vehicles on its routes. Amazon is one of Rivian’s investors and began testing the all-electric vans in Los Angeles earlier this year. It’s part of the company’s “Climate Pledge,” to […]
Colorado, Denver join 25 other cities and states in suing EPA for relaxing clean-car rule
Colorado and Denver joined 22 other states and three other cities on Wednesday to sue the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for relaxing clean car standards that could impact the state’s new zero-emissions vehicle policy. In March, the EPA announced its final rule, which reverses changes made during the Obama administration to create one auto-emission standard […]
Auto dealers, electric-vehicle startups reach compromise to allow Colorado direct-to-consumer sales
Coloradans are one step closer to getting electric vehicles from startups like Rivian after a once-contentious bill allowing some EV manufacturers to bypass dealerships and sell directly to consumers cleared its final legislative committee on Monday. Senate Bill 167 also marked a significant compromise by a powerful lobby that opposed a similar measure last year […]
As more electric vehicles are on the way, Colorado’s tax incentives begin to wind down
Colorado is gearing up for an influx of electric vehicles, thanks to new state policies and pending legislation to increase the number of vehicles available for sale and who can sell them. But there’s one thing in decline — the tax credits available to new electric-car buyers. Colorado’s credit for new EV purchases dropped to […]
Opinion: Coloradans deserve choice when buying a new car. Let customers rule.
One of the landmarks of Colorado’s market today is the vast number of options available to consumers when they wish to purchase a product. If one wants to acquire something, there’s almost a guarantee that there are several ways to do it. This is true for nearly anything, from mobile phones to real estate. In […]
Colorado to challenge Trump administration decision ending states’ waiver for stricter vehicle-emissions
Colorado will challenge the Trump administration’s expected move Wednesday revoking the ability of states to enact vehicle-emissions standards that are tougher than what is mandated by the federal government. The Environmental Protection Agency is slated to rescind a waiver granted to California under the Obama administration that allowed the state to create its own emissions […]
Auto dealers say electric car mandate — a cornerstone of Colorado’s clean air quest — is a threat to tradition
During World War II when Ford stopped making cars to focus on war efforts, O’Meara Ford had to figure out what to sell instead. Founder Alfred O’Meara and his son Alfred Jr. shrewdly stocked the Denver dealership with every automobile part he could get. The parts store blossomed into a national wholesale business. And O’Meara, […]