• 2016 Honda HR-V Review

    2016 Honda HR-V Review

    Honda’s HR-V isn’t first in the burgeoning subcompact crossover segment, but they think it’s the best. Naturally we have an opinion on the matter, but you’ll have to read more to see where we stand.
  • April 2015 Auto Sales: Winners and Losers

    April 2015 Auto Sales: Winners and Losers

    April showers bring May flowers, or so the old adage goes. Blossoms may not be popping everywhere right now but new-vehicle sales in the U.S. last month grew like a freshly planted petunia. Overall deliveries exceeded 1.4 million, with many automakers posting solid increases. Compared to April of last year sales were up by more…

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    10 Car Noises to be Concerned About

    10 Car Noises to be Concerned About

    With a twist of the key or poke of its start button your vehicle’s engine should fire up with the urgency of a physician responding to a code blue. Of course it should also idle as smoothly as a sewing machine running a line of chain stitches. If this isn’t the case you ought to…
    What Kind of Tires Should I Buy?

    What Kind of Tires Should I Buy?

    Are your tires worn out after seeing several thousand miles of asphalt? It’s time to get a new set, but now you might be asking yourself “what kind of tires should I buy?” All Season Passenger These are your basic all-season tires. You can expect them to last fairly long and feel comfortable on the road. There…

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    Most Read Car Reviews of the Week: April 26 – May 3

    Most Read Car Reviews of the Week: April 26 – May 3
    Small crossovers were popular on AutoGuide last week.  The new Mazda CX-3 attracted the most attention from readers. Power comes from a 2.0-liter four-cylinder that makes 146 HP and 146 lb-ft of torque in the small crossover, which offers great handling and decent fuel economy. Honda’s new HR-V also made for a popular read last week. Honda’s…

    Lotus to Show Profit by 2017: CEO

    Lotus to Show Profit by 2017: CEO
    Lotus plans to be back in the black by 2017. The company’s CEO, Jean-Marc Gales, believes the British automaker will be profitable by 2017 after years of losing money. Since taking over the company in 2014, Gales has implemented measures to cut costs and improve the company’s offerings, while increasing sales in the short term…

    Aston Martin Lease Programs Revealed

    Aston Martin Lease Programs Revealed
    Aston Martin models are about to be “more affordable.” The British automaker has teamed up with Ally Financial to offer manufacturer-backed leases in the U.S., allowing shoppers to get behind the wheel of a V8 Vantage for $1,400 a month. Those that want even more performance can opt for the V12 Vantage for around $1,900 a…

    2016 Acura RLX Safety Ratings: Five Stars from NHTSA

    2016 Acura RLX Safety Ratings: Five Stars from NHTSA
    2016 Acura RLX safety ratings have been announced by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The safety rating applies to both the standard RLX and RLX Sport Hybrid models, with the sedan earning five-star ratings in all six crash tests and a five-star rollover resistance rating. The RLX was also named a Top Safety Pick+…

    Porsche Developing Next-Gen Cruise Control

    Porsche Developing Next-Gen Cruise Control
    Porsche wants to inject excitement into its cruise control system while also conserving fuel.  The German automaker is working on a next-generation cruise control system called InnoDrive which will be able to handle cornering up to 0.70 g, allowing for minimum deceleration in corners which will result in less fuel consumption. InnoDrive is currently under…

    Cadillac Developing Four- and Six-Cylinder Diesel Engines

    Cadillac Developing Four- and Six-Cylinder Diesel Engines
    Now that Cadillac has unleashed several new models, the American automaker is diverting its attention to powertrain development. The American automaker’s chief engineer, Dave Leone, has confirmed that Cadillac will launch new four- and six-cylinder diesel engines. As expected, the diesel engines are being designed with the European market in mind, but there is a possibility that…

    Civic Hatchback Mule Spied Wearing Acura Clothes

    Civic Hatchback Mule Spied Wearing Acura Clothes
    New spy photos are in showing the upcoming Honda Civic.  This Honda Civic Hatchback mule was spotted on the streets of Germany, wearing British registration plates and an Acura front end. At the back end, styling mimics the current Civic hatchback, though from the hood to the back axle it appears to be an Acura…

    Ford Door Latch Recall Expanded by 156K

    Ford Door Latch Recall Expanded by 156K
    An additional 156,000 vehicles have been added to the Ford door latch recall.  The expansion comes at the request of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The issue is a faulty door latch which may result in the door opening up unintentionally. Ford knows of two incidents related to the issue, one where the unlatched door…

    Land Rover SVX Hardcore Off-Road Models in the Works

    Land Rover SVX Hardcore Off-Road Models in the Works
    Land Rover is looking to add more off-road capability to its SUVs. The brand’s Special Vehicles Operations (SVO) division is developing a new lineup of vehicles that will wear the SVX badge and will tout increased off-road capability. No specifics were offered on the new models, though SVO boss John Edwards did say that they will…

    Tesla Home Battery System Announced

    Tesla Home Battery System Announced
      Tesla will expand its business later this year to extend beyond selling electric cars by offering a home battery system. The Tesla home battery system – called “Powerwall” – absorbs energy during off-peak hours and dispenses it when electricity is more expensive. In doing so, the technology will help consumers reduce their utility bills…

    Bentley Considering Compact SUV to Follow Bentayga

    Bentley Considering Compact SUV to Follow Bentayga
    The production Bentley Bentayga hasn’t even made its debut and the British automaker is already considering another SUV model.  The British automaker’s engineering head, Rolf Frech, has confirmed that a compact SUV is under consideration, but no decision has been made yet. The idea of a smaller SUV to slot underneath the upcoming Bentayga is…

    Cadillac ATS-V Could Get Hotter Variant

    Cadillac ATS-V Could Get Hotter Variant
    Cadillac might be planning an even more extreme version of the new ATS-V. Speaking at the recent media launch of the Cadillac ATS-V in Texas, chief engineer David Leone was asked whether the American automaker is considering an ATS-V variant to take on the Mercedes-Benz Black Series models. His reply? “We might have something down the road…

    Toyota Offers New Stock to Fund Hybrids, Fuel Cell Vehicles

    Toyota Offers New Stock to Fund Hybrids, Fuel Cell Vehicles
    Toyota is looking to raise money to build new hybrids and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. Bloomberg reports that the Japanese automaker is looking to create security for long-term investors and will sell as much as 500-billion yen ($4.2 billion) of new “Model AA” shares. The name pays homage to the company’s first passenger car and…

    Mercedes-Benz GLC Spied Testing

    Mercedes-Benz GLC Spied Testing
    The Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class is on its way out and what you see here is its replacement. The new Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class was previewed at the Shanghai Motor Show with the GLC Coupe Concept. The new crossover will target the BMW X4, with a similar coupe-like roofline. The latest spy photos of the GLC reveal that the…

    Aston Martin DBX Crossover Production Confirmed

    Aston Martin DBX Crossover Production Confirmed
    Aston Martin has confirmed it will build a crossover based on the DBX Concept.  The British automaker has procured an additional £200 million investment from its major shareholders, Investindustrial and Tejara Capital, which will allow them to go ahead with development of the crossover. The brand is counting on the new crossover model line to help…

    GM Cuts 1000 Jobs in Canada

    GM Cuts 1000 Jobs in Canada
    GM has announced that it is cutting 1000 jobs at its Oshawa assembly plant in Canada.  This is the result of Chevy Camaro production moving from Oshawa to an assembly facility in Michigan. Production of the Camaro in Oshawa will end on November 20, 2015. The Oshawa plant currently employs 3600 employees which will be…

    Top 10 Cheapest Cars of 2015

    Top 10 Cheapest Cars of 2015
    Looking for cheap wheels that will get you from point A to point B without breaking the bank?   Then you will love these ultra affordable cars and seeing just how much cheaper you can pick them up for. All prices include destination. Check out the Top 10 Cheapest Cars of 2015 below.    …

    GM Announces $5.4B Investment into US Manufacturing

    GM Announces $5.4B Investment into US Manufacturing
    General Motors has announced a large investment into several US manufacturing facilities. The American automaker plans to spend $5.4 billion over the next three years, an investment that will create about 650 new jobs. So far, the company has offered details on $783.5 million of the total investment, all of which will be going to…
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    2015 Acura RLX Sport Hybrid vs Infiniti Q70L

    2015 Acura RLX Sport Hybrid vs Infiniti Q70L

    Acura hailed the RLX as its most sophisticated product to date when it arrived for the 2014 model year. Sadly, Nobody was listening. In its first full year on the market, only 3,413 copies of the RLX sold and 2015 is off to a rough start. It’s too early to tell how the rest of…
    2016 Cadillac ATS-V Review

    2016 Cadillac ATS-V Review

    More powerful, quicker and outright faster than a comparable BMW, Cadillac’s newest model is the best reason to skip the letter M and head all the way down the alphabet to V. The smallest and lightest V model ever, Cadillac has applied years of development from its CTS-V models, not to mention a racing program…
    2015 Audi S6 Review

    2015 Audi S6 Review

    The Audi S4 is a tremendous machine. This Germanic sports sedan is fast, refined and able to please even the most jaundiced of drivers. With quattro traction, a slick manual transmission and right-sized body it could be the perfect all-around car. But have the engineering elves in Ingolstadt been able to translate this excellence to…
    2016 Fiat 500X Review

    2016 Fiat 500X Review

    The Fiat 500X is a fashion forward cousin to the Jeep Renegade and the newest contender in the subcompact crossover segment. But does all that add up to a product worth paying for?
    2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid Review

    2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid Review

    The Toyota Camry Hybrid is redesigned for 2015 with new styling, a sportier suspension and driving modes that make it easier to rack up more miles per gallon. But will you actually want to drive it?
    2015 Mazda6 vs. 2015 Subaru Legacy

    2015 Mazda6 vs. 2015 Subaru Legacy

    For decades, Subaru has been perfecting the craft of equipping all-wheel drive to nearly every product in its portfolio. With so much experience and knowledge, the symmetrical all-wheel drive systems have been engineered into compact, lightweight units. Frequently beating its competitor’s all-wheel drive setups with better packaging and efficiency, Subaru has a new target in…
    2016 Hyundai Elantra GT Review

    2016 Hyundai Elantra GT Review

    Hyundai has an uphill battle in ridding itself of the less-than-desirable image its older products carried. Up until the fifth–and current–generation, the Elantra didn’t do much to dissuade people from thinking of Hyundai as a brand to go to out of budget necessity rather than desire. People are also keeping their vehicles longer now than…
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