The CEO of BMW North America believes that the new i3 is the most advanced EV when it comes to how the car is produced, contrary to statements made by Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
The Honda Fit is no longer recommended by Consumer Reports after it scored poorly in the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s (IIHS) latest crash tests.
The Smart ForFour will likely not be coming to North American markets, a model that was developed without the U.S. in mind from the get go.
BMW is already working on its next electric vehicle, likely called the i5, despite the fact that the i3 is only on sale in Europe currently.
The Volkswagen Beetle is no stranger to off-roading – the old Baja Bug was quite the little dune buggy. The Dune Concept, unveiled at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show, shows us a modern day version of that classic Baja Bug.
With almost 300-hp the Volkswagen Golf R is features a ton of power in a practical package.
Mini just revealed their high-performance John Cooper Works Concept at the 2014 North American International Auto show.
An all-new MINI is ready to be released but if sporty dynamics and a scrappy demeanor isn’t enough for you a high-performance John Cooper Works version of the car is under development. Not surprisingly the company revealed just such a design study on day one of the Detroit Auto Show.
Two little cars that stole the stage at the Tokyo Motor Show earlier this year have made their away across the Pacific to North America.
This ice blue beauty is new hybrid two-door sports car, but it’s not what you think.
BMW is trying to elevate the premium sub-compact segment, and its brand-new 2 Series promises to deliver an unparalleled driving experience. Two versions of this exciting new car were on display in-the-steel here at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show.
It’s a new week and that means it’s time for another installment of Ask AutoGuide. As the Motor-Vehicle Problem Solvers we never stop working for you, our loyal audience… as long as we’re punched in and Samantha down in HR has approved the overtime. In any event, small cars are becoming the automotive industry’s next…
Yesterday, Nissan announced that it will sell the Micra in Canada. So what about a performance variant?
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The BMW i3 ordering guide for North America is now available, revealing all the options and available packages for the electric vehicle.
There are all sorts of creative ways to transform something boring into something exciting – here’s one: adding grizzly bears to baseball! Sadly, Toyota didn’t really capitalize when it comes to sprucing up its Corolla S, which is advertised as the sportier model of the affordable Japanese compact car, but really isn’t.
Luxury cars, sports cars and even a few economy cars flew off the lots in 2013 according to year-end sales data.
Kia has announced a special edition 2014 Soul called Red Zone that will be limited to 2,000 units set to arrive in dealerships during the first quarter of 2014.
Goldilocks and the Three Bears is a lighthearted fairytale highlighting the adventures of a cute little girl and a trio of cuddly bears… or is it? A closer examination of this innocent-sounding narrative reveals that it’s actually a gloomy tale that glorifies breaking and entering, trespassing, vandalism and theft.
The penultimate AutoGuide.com Car of the Year Award finalist hails once again from Mazda. Yes this is the second car to be nominated from the SkyActiv company.
The 2014 Mitsubishi i-MiEV will be the cheapest electric vehicle available on the market come 2014.
In the market for a cheap, affordable vehicle that won’t cause you headaches after a few years of ownership? AutoGuide has compiled a Top 10 list of the most reliable vehicles on today’s market under $25,000 based on data from Consumer Reports‘ 2013 Annual Auto Survey.
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.
According to the managing director of Mazda U.K., the Japanese automaker plans on launching five new models within three years.