We are back with this week’s instalment of AutoGuide’s newest, interactive weekly feature ‘Commute, Toy or Destroy’.
Production of the Toyota Yaris has begun in the Japanese automaker’s French factory, which will export the subcompact to the North American market.
Since its founding in 1936, Consumer Reports has become the go-to source for shoppers. From new refrigerators to bottles of wine, Blue-ray players to homeowner’s insurance, if it’s on the market it’s likely the non-profit organization has scientifically tested it. Of course the consumer watchdog is probably most famous for its vehicle reliability ratings.
Mitsubishi is getting ready to launch its new 2014 Mirage subcompact and is looking to the general public to help name its paint shades.
Mitsubishi is looking to strengthen its presence in America and looks to introduce an entry-level sedan in 2015.
Fiat dealers in America are unsurprisingly finding it difficult to turn a profit by selling just a subcompact, and are hoping that the new products hitting the US will help boost sales.
The week is drawing to a close and while that can mean several things, most importantly (of course), it’s time for another installment of Ask AutoGuide, the information superhighway’s most exciting semi-regular feature. Beating the competition to market with mildly informative and generally accurate content is the name of the game. Our skilled geniuses are…
The creative and hands-on group of Volkswagen newbies have just revealed their latest project, dubbed the Volkswagen GTI Cabriolet Austria at this years Wothersee meet.
Scion has announced pricing for its 2014 tC and iQ models, along with its 10 Series Edition models which celebrate the brand’s 10th anniversary.
Ah to be young again. AutoGuide’s nationally recognized, board-certified Oracles remember their youth vividly… it was terrible. People often say age is just a number and you’re only as old as you feel, unfortunately they were born wearing elastic-waist jeans and Science Olympiad fanny packs. Gingivitis arrived when they were in middle school.
Hybrid technology is improving at an impressive rate and is continuing to find its way into more and more vehicles. A significant number of new and exciting hybrids are coming to market this year and early next. No, these aren’t all Prius wannabes. There are some interesting cars on the way, like the ultra efficient…
Just when you thought Groupon was reserved for bargain dining, a German dealership is turning to the site to offer a discount on a 2013 Ford Fiesta.
Last year, the Honda Civic underwhelmed the critics. With competition in the compact market segment firing on all cylinders, Honda delivered something that was far behind in terms of quality and value. Coasting was not an option for the 2013 Civic, so Honda revamped the car in record time, improving it inside and out.
As Alfa Romeo looks to return to America in the near future, the Italian automaker is currently mulling over plans for its next-generation MiTo, which could be bound for America.
Honda is recalling nearly 46,000 Fit Sport models from the 2012-2013 model years to repair a problem with the sub-compact’s electronic stability control system.
Compact cars are affordable, they’re usually a lot of fun to drive and can deliver impressive fuel economy numbers. As government regulators push for ever-greater efficiency, small sedans and hatchbacks are becoming increasingly important.
Fiat has reached a milestone with its 500 model, producing the one millionth unit at the Tychy factory on April 19.
Hatchbacks have a ton of versatility and use, and they’re also quite affordable, not to mention fuel efficient. When it comes to the most affordable hatchback, there’s quite a few options out there. Unlike the Honda GEAR concept pictured above (which could preview a new affordable subcompact for the Japanese brand) all the cars on…
The crazy smart forjeremy, which may have drank one too many Red Bulls, is heading to production – wings included.
Set to launch this year, the diesel powered Chevrolet Cruze will offer better highway mileage than any non-hybrid passenger car in America, with a rating of 46 mpg.
While German automakers are building increasing numbers of compact, entry-level models to meet fuel economy mandates, Japanese automaker Lexus has announced that it has no such plans.
Fiat has announced pricing for the 2013 500e, with MSRP set at $32,500 while leasing is available at just $199 a month for 36 months with $999 due at signing.
Sorry Matrix fans, it doesn’t sound like Toyota’s compact hatchback is going to be around much longer.
As the BMW i3 gets closer to production form, the German automaker has been spied testing its compact electric car out on the roads.