Last week we exposed the cheapest and most fuel minded vehicles on the market. All hybrid vehicles, the list started at the $30,000 mark, with the most affordable being the $19,320 Honda Insight. If you’re looking for a car that is even more affordable than those hybrids, you’ll have to sacrifice some fuel economy. Here’s…
EPA mileage certification for Ford’s tiny Fiesta ST hot hatch has just been released.
Production of the Toyota Yaris has begun in the Japanese automaker’s French factory, which will export the subcompact to the North American market.
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.
Official pricing for the BMW i3 is still unannounced, but BMW of North America CEO Ludwig Willisch says the little electric car will be priced near the 3 Series.
It’s Friday and another work week is slowly… drawing… to… a… close. Like Andrew Lloyd Webber’s epic musical CATS, this string of five days feels like it’s never going to end. At least people aren’t prancing around the AutoGuide offices in leotards and leg warmers. Meow!
Ford and German automotive component company, Schaeffler, demonstrated a concept today in Belgium that could allow for unprecedented practicality in sub-compact cars.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released official fuel consumption and range ratings for the Chevrolet Spark EV today.
Nissan won’t raise the $12,780 price tag (including delivery) on its Versa sedan for 2014, but it will add new standard equipment.
Chevrolet has a big change in store for its little Spark sub-compact: the four-speed automatic will disappear to be replaced by a CVT.
When the all-new Honda Fit goes on sale this year, it will be offered with an optional safety package that does some of your thinking for you.
The iconic Mercedes-Benz G class is a bit expensive at $113,000, and certainly not thrifty when it comes to fuel, but Mercedes might have the answer for those looking for a G-Class in an affordable and fuel-friendly package.
The BMW i3 Concept Coupe has made its European debut at the Geneva Motor Show ahead of planned sales of the i3 later this year.
Ford is back to its old tricks this year as it announces a plan to revive the “Fiesta Movement” campaign it used four years ago to introduce the sub-compact to U.S. buyers.
The 2013 Geneva Motor Show will be playing host to some of the world’s greatest vehicle debuts of the decade, including the successor to the Ferrari Enzo.
Spy photos of the next generation Smart ForTwo are showing the car undergoing cold weather testing.
Mitsubishi chose the Montreal Auto Show to debut its new small car, which still doesn’t have a name in North America but is called the Mirage in other markets.
According to Honda, the GEAR Concept unveiled today at the Montreal Auto Show in Canada is supposed to be a back-to-basics design, inspired by the popular Civic hatchbacks of the 1970s.
Falling in the shadow of Detroit, the Montreal Auto Show isn’t one for world premieres, except this year where Honda has unveiled its new GEAR Concept, showcasing what may be the next generation of sub-compacts from the Japanese automaker.
Nissan debuted its 2014 Versa Note today during the 2013 Detroit Auto Show as a less expensive, more styling and better-equipped solution to the sub-compact hatchback question.
Nissan’s bargain-bin sub-compact hatchback gets a series of improvements for the 2014 model year including segment-exclusive technology.
While the 2013 Detroit Auto Show is still going on, Honda sent this teaser of a new concept that will debut at the Montreal Auto Show in a few days.
The Smart fortwo is getting a dose of style thanks to a new package called “cityflame,” which adds yellow and black accents on the interior and exterior of the car.
When Nissan unveiled its next-generation Versa sedan in 2012, oddly, the hatchback version carried on unchanged. That, however, will all change next week at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show.