The next-generation Toyota Yaris will not only be built by Mazda, it will feature one of the brand’s SkyActiv engines.
Small cars are BIG, especially in places like Europe where space is at a premium. Foreshadowing an upcoming next-generation subcompact model the folks at Mazda revealed their Hazumi Concept here in Geneva.
Volkswagen will reveal a quartet of subcompact Polos at next week’s Geneva Motor Show. Naturally fuel efficiency is a top priority with these models but the company hasn’t forgotten about performance.
Nissan plans to discontinue the Versa sedan in Canada in favor of the bargain-priced Micra that will launch in that market this year.
Mazda will be debuting an all-new Hazumi concept at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, which will preview the next-generation Mazda2.
Toyota is reportedly considering adding a subcompact SUV model to its lineup, a vehicle that would slot under the current RAV4.
The Nissan Micra debuted at the Montreal Auto Show earlier this year, but the company announced pricing today at the 2014 Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto.
The second day of auto shows aren’t usually filled with incredibly exciting news and Hyundai continued this tradition with its introduction of the limited edition 2014 Hyundai Veloster RE:FLEX.
Add a few sporty styling cues to the Nissan Versa Note and you’ll get the SR model unveiled today at the 2014 Chicago Auto Show.
The 2015 Chevrolet Spark may have just hit the US market last year but the vehicle was globally unveiled back in 2009. These spy photos show that Chevrolet is looking to give the City-Car segment another shock with the introduction of the next generation Spark.
Smaller is better. Obviously this isn’t true in every situation but for many drivers a compact or sub-compact car will meet their needs just as nicely as a midsize sedan or even some crossovers. After decades of neglect, automakers have finally started to share some of their excellent B-Segment offerings with American motorists. If you’ve…
It wasn’t that long ago when Hyundai revealed the Hyundai Veloster Turbo R-Spec model at the LA Auto Show, but now the Korean automaker is promising a new Veloster to make its appearance at this years Chicago Auto Show.
Volvo and Chinese parent company Geely are working together on a sub-compact car that will be used exclusively by the Chinese automaker.
It didn’t take long for Honda to address safety concerns around its Fit sub-compact hatchback raised by the IIHS’ small overlap crash test.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety announced the results of its 2014 sub-compact crash tests and they aren’t good.
The subcompact Jeep SUV rumored to be called the “Jeepster,” will debut later this year, likely in March.
Honda has just introduced the third generation 2015 Fit for the American market. Set to go on sale this spring, Honda promises this new Fit will continue to offer great interior space and fuel efficiency while retaining the fun-to-drive reputation this little hatchback has earned over the years.
Nissan is bringing back a nameplate once known in North America for cheap, affordable motoring.
Honda picked the upcoming 2015 Fit, which will arrive next spring, to be its first vehicle with an integrated Siri Eyes Free system from Apple.
It’s that time of year again; time for extended families to cram together around an all-too-small table, eat themselves into a food coma, argue over football and be told by countless relatives how they should be living their lives. Yup, it is time to give thanks.
As Mercedes enjoys a first crack at the burgeoning front-wheel drive German luxury segment, BMW is readying its own product salvo that will include the brand’s first front-wheel drive crossover: the Active Tourer.
Scion’s iQ is one of the smallest cars sold in North America but it may not be long for this world.
On November 18 Mini is set to reveal its next-generation hatchback. Ahead of the big bash this iconic British brand is intensifying its promotional push.
It was a sunny afternoon early in the fall when a mechanical howl rang through an almost empty parking lot as Ken Block bounced his engine off the rev limiter. A small crowd watched from behind a concrete barrier as he, the car and a queasy-looking passenger charged through a closed course.