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The Toyota Camry continues to be a dominant player in an increasingly competitive segment. Yet that dominance has often bewildered competing brands considering that the Camry has long been viewed as a bit stodgy.
While the Infiniti brand is increasingly known for performance, it doesn’t boast much of a racing heritage.
The recently refreshed 2015 Honda CR-V has just been named Motor Trend’s SUV of the Year. While Honda’s venerable CR-V isn’t all-new for the upcoming model year, the crossover was able to snag the coveted title thanks a wide range of subtle but critical improvements that helped it beat 18 other all-new or redesigned SUVs.
Earlier this week, Porsche let it be known that it plans to introduce a diesel-powered version of its Macan crossover in the U.S.
Land Rover’s renaissance is in full swing. With a refreshed line of Range Rovers in showrooms, the brand is refocusing its efforts on its other product families.
It’s not often that an italian super car is made exclusively for the Americans, but Ferrari was keen on celebrating its 60th anniversary in North American in a big way.
The Porsche 911 Carrera family has grown this week, with the introduction of four new GTS models. These new additions will reside in the center of the Carrera family, offering improved performance without going too hardcore.
Compact crossovers are all the rage these days, so it shouldn’t be a surprise that Toyota chose to highlight one at the Paris Motor Show.
One of the most captivating concepts brought to the Paris Motor Show was a unique take on an already exciting model.
Fiat’s lineup is about to get its largest model yet as the 500X crossover made its debut this week at the Paris Motor Show.
At the Paris Motor Show this week, Italian supercar maker Lamborghini showed off its first hybrid. It’s certainly a sign of the times as mileage and emissions are under increasing scrutiny by consumers and regulators alike.
Mid-life refreshes don’t usually cause much of a stir. Maybe some revised headlights, a new option or two, and perhaps another paint color to choose from.
Itching to venture off the beaten path, but don’t necessarily want a crossover? It’s a desirable proposition from a growing niche of consumers.
Infiniti knows just how to create a head-turning concept. They’ve done it before with the Essence concept — a vehicle that we can see hints of today in the Q50 sedan.
Fiat has admitted that an all-electric variant of its 500 subcompact isn’t a money-making venture. In fact, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ (FCA) CEO Sergio Marchionne said in a recent speech, “If you are considering buying a 500e, I hope you don’t buy it because every time I sell one, it costs me $14,000.” Needless to say, the automaker doesn’t have high hopes for this new model.
Quickly following the recent overhaul of its midsize crossover, Volvo has announced an addition to the 2015 XC90 range, the R-Design.
Toyota has taken the covers of its its newest concept vehicle, dubbed the Urban Utility or U2. Aimed at helping innovative do-it-yourselfers, the new Toyota concept is a unique utility vehicle that embodies a fresh take on the old panel van.
Jaguar is no stranger to the luxury compact sedan, but the brand has failed to make inroads in a segment brimming with tough competition.
Mazda has produced more than 940,000 MX-5 Miatas and has racked up hundreds of awards for its beloved roaster.
Land Rover has unveiled a brand new model this week, the Discover Sport. With one successful compact SUV in its stable in the guise of the Range Rover Evoque, the automaker is eager to capitalize on a another compact that’s more versatile with seven-passenger seating in a “5+2” configuration.