There’s a serious salvo of new products coming to the car market these days, and AutoGuide is constantly striving to deliver expert reviews on each of those vehicles to render expert verdicts on which to pick or skip.
So which of the many available reviews wound up being read the most times this week? Here’s the list.
For the 2014 model year, Nissan is selling the Versa Note in North America. It comes as a replacement to the old Versa hatchback and offers consumers more content. Tech features like an “Around View” parking system lend a bird’s eye view of the car to make parallel parking easier — as if the car wasn’t easy enough to steer in to tight spaces.
Toyota’s upcoming Corolla compact car was also (predictably) a popularly read review this week. The company has sold over 40 million of these dandies since starting. You might think they’re about as exciting as vanilla Snack Packs, but the company is hoping to amp things up just a little this time. Maybe it’ll be more like one of the vanilla-chocolate swirl variety. Find out if the new Corolla comes with a little more spice by joining the masses and reading AutoGuide’s review.
Then there was the 2014 GMC Sierra. It’s a more premium version of General Motors’ latest Chevrolet pickup truck. People who buy this probably prefer real granite to formica in their kitchens… or so some would say. Dress it how you want, these trucks come to work. But can they beat out their bitter enemies from Ram and Ford? Find out below!
When the work’s done, its time to have fun. Right? Well, for many Americans, part of that post-work dream includes parking a Chevrolet Corvette behind their white picket fence. And even the old naysayers who preferred other performance cars will probably have a hard time arguing with the bow tie brand’s latest performer. The Corvette comes with high-tech features like a rev-matching seven-speed manual transmission and Chevy’s latest small block V8: the new LT1. Tires everywhere are weeping.
Finally, the 2014 Cadillac XTS Vsport chipped in the last place of the week. Changes to the XTS associated with the Vsport model are few – at least if you list them in order. But doing that doesn’t represent the most important point: a 3.6-liter twin turbo V6 with 410 hp. It’s only offered in all-wheel drive because the base front-driver would be overpowered like a a peanut under an anvil. Is it the pinnacle of Cadillac performance? Click below to find out.