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Tesla has very high hopes for its midsize Model 3 sedan. It doesn’t just hope to survive and sell enough copies to make the investment worth it—the electric carmaker plans to revolutionize the auto business by selling a hundred thousand or so every year.
The Ford F-150 Raptor is about as extreme as trucks get. Built for flying across sand, traversing dunes, and descending hillsides like a mountain goat, the Raptor is one of very few trucks that can compete in the Baja 1000, then drive home like it made a leisurely trip visiting the in-laws.
GM will offer this EV for about $5,300 in China This is big. For a few months now, we’ve been following stories of certain countries playing with the idea of banning the use of gasoline and diesel vehicles.
Some cars just take your breath away at first glance. Sometimes because they’re expensive supercars, sometimes because they’re rare and beautiful luxury cars, and sometimes because they’re old classics that stand out in a Walmart parking lot full of crossovers.
Nissan has been teasing its new electric Leaf for months. The sleek teaser images suggest a racy shape and a whole new Leaf experience.
Like about half of all drivers, I turned off an important, though irritating, safety feature in my car this weekend.
We all want a good value when buying a used car. Who doesn’t love picking up a five-year-old low-mileage car for 60 percent less than what the car cost new?
My disdain for their logo aside, Kia’s design has evolved into one of the most head-turning and appealing shapes on the road today.
Which 2018 car would you call “sexy,” the Toyota Camry or the Audi A5 Sportback? The English language includes many words that mean different things to different people.
It’s finally happening. Some 60 years after the Volkswagen Microbus became a symbol of peace, love, and happiness in the United States, a new version will land on dealer floors aimed at the modern, and somewhat affluent, hippie.
We all know that the Ford Bronco is coming back, probably as the rugged off-roader that we all hoped it would be.
Last week we brought you news that FCA, the company born out of the Fiat/Chrysler merger, may be sold to a Chinese automaker.
Have you ever had one of those mornings that can only mean a great afternoon is on the way? You know the type of morning: You get out of bed a little late, which makes you leave for work a few minutes late, but as you’re backing out of the driveway, you notice a flat tire, so you transfer your stuff into your spouse’s car and take that one, only to spill an entire cup of coffee on your lap, because the cupholders in that car aren’t deep enough.
BMW iNext rendering I thought adaptive cruise control was the coolest thing ever. Simply set the cruise to 70 miles per hour, and the car does the rest, even slowing down to match traffic when speeds drop.
Has Mazda invented an all-new engine that can revolutionize the world of automobiles? No, but it might be on the verge of perfecting one.
Chinese-owned Chrysler. Those are words you might need to get used to hearing, as the possibility of a sale of Chrysler’s parent to a Chinese automaker has become very real.
Cadillac currently offers four sedans, and it’s getting ready to axe three of them. By 2019, the Cadillac ATS, CTS, and XTS will be history, leaving just the CT6 and two new replacements to handle sedan duty at Caddy dealerships.
Coeur d’ Alene is a small sleepy city in north Idaho with a population of about 50,000 people. It’s nestled between mountains and a large alpine lake and serves as a summer playground for boating enthusiasts and a winter wonderland for ski bunnies.
The Genesis car brand has grown up quickly. Not long ago it was nothing more than a speck in the eye of its parent, Hyundai.
The Toyota Tacoma is losing market share to the Chevy Colorado and Honda Ridgeline. This isn’t happening because people are losing interest in the venerable Toyota, but because Toyota can’t build them fast enough.