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The 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack might be a difficult car to categorize but that’s one of the reasons it is such a good contender for the 2017 Car of the Year.
The 2017 BMW M2 was one of the most highly anticipated debuts this year, and it completely lived up to all the hype.
We take a look at two of the newest family friendly crossovers.
Most, if not all people familiar with German luxury cars, will recognize both Mercedes-Benz and BMW’s entry-level C-Class and 3 Series sedans. What those people might not see is how quickly the baby Benz and Bimmer lines are changing to meet both customer and emissions demands.
Long the segment favorite among luxury SUV-buying families, the Acura MDX debuted in 2001 as a black sheep with road-minded sensibilities that stood in stark contrast to its competition.
Ford tops in all categories and hold the advantage – at least on paper.
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Ford plans to offer an aftermarket device that will give older models access to new technology.
You want what you can’t have, and our editors are very jealous of the cars offered overseas.
Infiniti continued its trend of beautiful concepts at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show.
BMW gave the public its first look at the 2018 BMW 5 Series in Detroit.
Kia made a strong statement at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show.
AutoGuide.com has just presented its 2017 Car of the Year Award to Ford during the 2017 Detroit Auto Show.
Bigger and better, Chevrolet introduced the 2018 Traverse in Detroit.