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The Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class and Audi A3 attained almost identical levels of popularity in the United States in 2014.
The Asociación Mexicana de la Industria Automotriz reported a 7% increase to 1.1 million new vehicle sales in 2014.
Twenty years ago, BMW was the coolest automaker in the world. I know this because I – as a young lad of less than ten, growing up in the 1990s – desperately wanted my father to purchase a BMW.
There won’t be 1 million EVs on the road this year like President Obama wanted. Not even close. US Government’s goal of 1 million EVs won’t be met.
A Captiva audience? Aside from the car-less world of cruise/train travel, my post-CCS Design vacations involve seeing an American on the road only to feel their styling and (more importantly) proportioning are sleeker and prettier.
Thursday, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced it would add two forms of automatic emergency braking as recommended systems for its New Car Assessment Program.
Not content with using CVTs from other manufacturers, General Motors is working on a CVT in-house for use in its global lineup.
Now here’s a rare one: a 1989 Merkur Scorpio. While the Merkur XR4Ti (a rebadged Ford Sierra XR4i) sold well enough that most of us have seen one, the other Merkur— a rebadged Ford Scorpio— flopped miserably and sank without leaving much of a trace.
Reports last week that the Scion iQ is not long for this world came just weeks after Toyota USA issued a sales release showing that iQ volume was chopped in half in 2014.
More charging stations are on the way for EV owners, thanks to a new partnership between BMW, Volkswagen and ChargePoint.
Well, looks like the Mitsubishi Mirage is now available for less than $10,000 CAD. For you Americans out there, that’s roughly $8,000 for a brand new car.
The V60 and upcoming S60 Cross Country models won’t be alone for too long, as Volvo plans to expand the Cross Country range.
Want to go boutiquing for your next Cadillac? Brand CEO Johan de Nysschen has plans to make that a reality.
When the Jeep Renegade made its official debut at the 2014 Geneva Auto Show, I initially described it as “… a Panda 4×4 dressed up in Carhartt jeans and Red Wing boots.” With a Fiat platform, powertrain and assembly plant, the Renegade isn’t the first CUV to come from the Fiat Chrysler braintrust – but represents the most ambitious attempt to create a global crossover suitable for all markets.
Although driving impressions for the Jeep Renegade are still embargoed, pricing has leaked on a third party site, and we can confirm that a 4×4 model with a 6-speed manual will be available – but not on the top trim Trailhawk version.
The Outlander hasn’t proved terribly popular among TTAC reviewers, but this teaser from Mitsubishi promises something more rugged.
To say that Mitsubishi has been struggling on the North American market would be an understatement. Long gone are the days of the capable Montero, hot-selling Galant, and the exotic 3000GT.
2014 was a record-setting year for auto sales in Canada, a fitting follow-up to a record-setting twelve-month period one year earlier.
We’re back to our regularly scheduled programming. The Jeep Renegade drive was wrapped up, and our review will be published tomorrow.
Before the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia this week, the Center for Auto Safety asked the judge to make public the U.S.